"You were in the room obviously when Oprah, our future president ..."
Proving he's the ultimate nice guy, Hanks did his table a solid at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards and graciously chose to pick up the drinks, a necessary staple at the famously boozy ceremony.
"Wow, where do I send the check?" joked Streep.
"We really thirst for that", Streep said.
At your service Hanks served martinis to his table which included his The Post co-star Meryl Streep and director Steven Spielberg
"While she was speaking out on the patio of the Hilton hotel by the pool, the water was separating, in the pool", Hanks added.
Her arrogance on full display, the elitist Oscar-winning actress then told Kimmel that fellow actor Tom Hanks would make for "a pretty good pick" as Oprah's running mate.
Tom Hanks, who was nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for playing Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee in The Post, was snapped by a camera phone wasting no time to get the drinks in. "There I am", he said as a photo of Steven Spielberg appeared on the screen.
The two must overcome their differences as they risk their careers - and their very freedom - to help bring long-buried truths to light. "I have never been more nervous carrying something through a crowded space".
The Hollywood heavyweights also stepped into each other's most memorable roles to impersonate characters including Forest Gump and "Devil Wears Prada" villain Miranda Priestly.