Watch all of the big moments below!
The Emmys® kicked off with a song and dance routine for the opening number, which was packed with nods to hit shows, lots of Easter Eggs for TV fans, and a performance by Chance the Rapper.
WATCH: Host Stephen Colbert Kicks Off The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards With A Rollicking Number
Stephen segued into the type of monologue that his fans love—fearlessly tackling current events, teasing attendees (including himself), and incorporating some notable figures. Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer even dropped by to estimate the Emmy crowd size, and drew big reactions from Melissa McCarthy and Anna Chlumsky.
WATCH: Sean Spicer Makes A Surprise Appearance During The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards
Later in the show, Stephen delivered on a much-anticipated moment—getting naked as part of a Westworld spoof. Tituss Burgess approved.
WATCH: Host Stephen Colbert Goes Nude During The 69th Emmy Awards
As part of the Emmys' big night, Stephen sat down for an exclusive interview with "Emmy" herself, played by the one and only RuPaul.
WATCH: Host Stephen Colbert Interviews "Emmy," Played By RuPaul, At The 69th Emmy Awards
Always of service to his audience, Stephen took a moment during the show to lead the traditional Hollywood Prayer, a, uhhh ... humble moment of reflection and soon-to-be hallowed tradition, we're sure.
WATCH: Host Stephen Colbert Leads The Emmy Audience In An Actors' Prayer At The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards
Of course, Stephen was also a nominee this year. Unfortunately for both him and Jimmy Kimmel, so was John Oliver. Stephen and Jimmy spent a little quality time commiserating and sharing some thoughts about their late-night colleague.
WATCH: Host Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Commiserate At The 69th Emmy Awards
Stream the 69th Emmy® Awards on CBS and CBS All Access.