Jimmy Kimmel took aim at MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell over his planned 96-hour "Thanks-a-Thon," set to kick off at at midnight Wednesday.

"He'll be doing all his greatest hits about election fraud and what not," Kimmel said during his monologue on Tuesday night, noting that Lindell claims he plans to file a Supreme Court case that will overturn the 2020 election. "I'm sure (the justices will) get right on that."

Kimmel also said he was inclined to accept Lindell's recent invitation for him to call in to the "Thanks-a-Thon."

"I'd probably let him (Lindell) come over for Thanksgiving dinner," Kimmel said. "He goes on and on about the election. My father tells us about his knee surgery. I think they could cancel each other out. But my wife isn't as excited about me getting on a Zoom call with a bunch of conspiracy theorists over Thanksgiving as I am."

Kimmel then played a clip from Lindell's website in which the MyPillow CEO suggested getting "a fake Jimmy" Kimmel — similar to Kimmel's fake Mike Lindell — if the host doesn't accept his invitation.

At that point, Kimmel checked in with the show's fake Mike Lindell — who is riding in the back of a refrigerated meat truck "so the deep state can't track us."

The fake Lindell explains that he's not cold because his mother gave birth to him "over an ice-fishing hole" in Minnesota, and that sub-zero temperatures are "nature's crack cocaine."

"And I do use nature's crack because the holy spirit and the the second district court ... say I can't smoke real crack, ever since I woke up buck nude at the old Spaghetti Factory," Lindell says.

Lindell goes on to offer Kimmel various time slots on the "Thanks-a-Thon" — including "right after Steve Bannon does 99 bottles of beer" and "right before JFK Jr. emerges from his cocoon" — before the truck apparently crashes.

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