The third Presidential Debate between Republican hopeful Donald Trump and democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was a hotheaded discussion that attempted to stay on track with political issues but instead turned into a mudslinging, attack-filled diatribe between the two frontrunners for the highest office in the United States.

While many viewers followed the fact-checkers and news outlets covering the debate for their extensive coverage of each candidate's claims towards the other, many viewers who tired of the unsubstantiated claims of the nominees took to Twitter to read some of their favorite celebrities takes on the situation unfolding on their TV screens.

The #debate was a trending topic on Oct. 19, with different points of view being brought to the table by some of the most popular entertainers in today's world.

Celebrities react on Twitter

Former "Star Trek" actor George Takei remarked, "I hear the bathrooms in Trump Tower are being renamed "Bad Hombres" and "Nasty Women."

Talk show host Chelsea Handler continued a diatribe about the debate for most of the evening with one hilarious tweet after another. Said the comedian, "This is the least amount of fun anyone has ever had in Vegas." She then remarked, "The only person with more respect for women than Donald Trump is Bill Cosby."

Actor Zach Braff quipped, "Bad hombres is a good band name" in response to a statement by Donald Trump addressing the topic of immigration during the debate.

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Trump nemesis Rosie O'Donnell said in a particularly nasty tweet regarding the Republican candidate, "All your business deals fail U delusional turd."

Former lawyer and "The View" talk show host Star Jones said on the social media site, "Did this MF just say we have some 'bad hombres here?' I can't. He gonna make me cuss."

Finally, "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling remarked, "Well, there you have it. A highly intelligent, experienced woman just debated a giant orange Twitter egg. Your move, America."

The 2016 Presidential race mercifully comes to an end on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8.