George Lopez bid farewell to “Lopez Tonight” on Thursday, with a little help from Eva Longoria, Arsenio Hall and other celebrities.

Instead of dwelling on the cancelation in his final monologue, Lopez made some (questionable) jokes about President Obama and swore a lot. He did lament that he didn’t use his vacation days and joked about taking a flat-screen TV as a trade.

The monologue was followed by an appearance from “Creepy Little White Girl,” a recurring character, who reminded Lopez that the show had gotten the ax.

TBS announced Wednesday that the late night show would not be picked up for a third season. Lopez didn’t seem bitter about the news as he addressed the abrupt cancelation later that day.

Lopez also took a look back on his favorite moments from the show, including a big endorsement from Prince.

He finished the program with help from celebrity friends and final guests Eva Longoria, Arsenio Hall, Slash and Lakers players, Ron Artest and Derek Fisher. Lopez thanked his fans, friends, the show’s crew and especially Sandra Bullock for their love and support.