Tatum, who is filling in for Kimmel who is off for the week as his son's heart surgery was delayed due to a cold, broadcasted a video of himself telling his 4-year-old daughter Everly that he ate all her candy the day after Halloween.
Upon hearing the news, Everly quickly went to her mother Jenna Dewan Tatum and hugged her legs in disappointment.
Tatum then explained to Everly how it was a joke and brought back her candy. "That's not funny," Everly said to which the actor replied, "You're right, that was not funny. I'm so sorry baby."
Kimmel himself also got in on the fun sending a video to the show of himself pranking his 3-year-old daughter Jane.
"What?! Uh-oh. I still have one, don't worry," Jane said as she still found one piece of candy left.
Jane, realizing the gravity of the situation, started to ask where certain pieces of candy had gone. "Where are the Swedish Fish?" she asked. "Mommy ate them," Kimmel replied before listing off everything he ate, including bubbles.
"I ate the bubbles. Now every time I hiccup a bubble comes out," Kimmel joked which made Jane laugh.