Not only are we actually at the Oscars this year, but our staff recluse Tariq Herzallah will also be live-blogging the event from the comfort of his own cave home. Join us as we update this post with GIFs of interesting events and amazing speeches all night long.

We’re excited to bring to you live GIF coverage of the Oscars, skipping out the dull speeches and horrible dresses but bringing you the funny moments, the musical numbers, and of course Seth MacFarlane in all his glory. If you’re unable to watch the Oscars but want to keep updated on the gossip-worthy moments, then you’ve come to the right place! Keep refreshing as the night continues, and let us know what your favorite moments are in the comments below. From Kirk asking why Tina and Amy can’t just host everything, to Jennifer Lawrence approving her inclusion of the boob song, to her falling flat on the stairs as she went to accept her award for Best Actress – we have them all covered.

Disclaimer 1: This will not cover everything, just the things worth seeing in GIFs. For total and complete coverage check out our live blog linked above or the Winner’s List currently being updated.

Disclaimer 2: These are GIFs found on Tumblr. The sources are linked through the pictures.

Let the recap begin!

Seth’s opening monologue

And for good measure, RDJ during the opening monologue. We can’t refuse RDJ.

Christoph Waltz wins Best Supporting Actor

Paul Rudd and Melissa McCarthy present Oscar for Best Animated Picture

Jennifer Anniston & Channing Tatum present award


The Avengers present an award

Too many GIFs might bring you down, and we won’t want that to happen. There are more on the next page!

Need more Oscars? Check out our past stories!

Interested in the history of the Oscars? We’ve got you covered! Take a look at our Complete History of the Oscars written by Kristin LeMunyon, as well as our 5 Favorite Oscar-Winning Speeches by John Thrasher.

Our own Jimmy Bean was also backstage talking to the winners, read all about it here!

And we can’t forget the beautiful graphic quotes made by Ben Rubin and Joshua Nealey themed by the nine nominees for Best Picture.