'This was the best party. I dressed all in red, made pasta with marinara sauce, drinking pinot noir, laughing at these two boys Max and Carter.'
The party also involved buying a red velvet cake with ‘Jason’ iced across the top.
'She named her period Jason cos she got it on Friday the 13th,' he explained, with a picture of the cake displayed on screen - indicating that the choice of conversation on the highly produced show, which is known for its obsession with contriving attempted viral moments, was hardly impromptu.
The social media response was typically intense, with a mixture the usual outrage and delight.
One poster described the segment as 'out of order, misogynistic, rude, offensive and just not funny,’ with another calling it 'offensive and so unfunny.’
Then there were the woke responses, which described the party as a great way of demystifying and celebrating a normal bodily function.
‘Periods aren’t taboo!’ said one poster. ‘All females get them! It can be spoken about!'
Another called it ‘awesome and a hilarious way for dads to connect with their daughters!'