Jennifer Garner Became An Oscars Meme Last Night

March 5, 2018 / Posted by:

The most exciting moment of last night’s Academy Awards happened inside Jennifer Garner’s head. During a cut to the audience, Jennifer’s face was seen going from placid to flacid in an instant. Girlfriend looked shookus’d! And because last night’s ceremony was a parade of predictability, the moment quickly became this year’s go-to Oscar meme.

According to People:

While there were many breakout moments at Sunday evening’s Academy Awards, Garner, who introduced Eddie Vedder’s performance, quickly became the subject of the Internet’s latest must-see gif as the actress appeared to have an oh-my-God-epiphany moment during the ceremony.

Here’s the clip that saw Twitter finally get an answer to the age old question: Who sharted?

It’s safe to assume that 2017 was probably not Jen’s favorite year, so it’s not surprising that she might have started experimenting with micro-dosing to keep her spirits up. Those belladonna saucer eyes are a dead giveaway. Jennifer probably treated herself an extra bump of acid since she was already paying for a babysitter for the night anyway. And who could blame her? I certainly didn’t attempt to sit through that show sober either. At that moment of inhalation, Jennifer looks like she just visualized exactly how the fish fucking worked in The Shape of Water. Yes, girl, we could all use some good fish dicking this year.

Here’s Jennifer wearing a blue Ver-sayse and striking the one and only power pose she knows.

Pics:, Twitter

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