Comedian Larry Wilmore appeared on Real Time With Bill Maher on Friday night (Feb. 17) and confronted right-wing firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos.

For those who are unfamiliar with him, Milo Yiannopoulos is an ultra-conservative, a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump and a self-proclaimed internet troll. Last year, he was banned from Twitter after leading a harassment campaign against actress Leslie Jones. Earlier this month, a violent protest erupted at the campus of UC Berkeley in California where Milo was scheduled to talk. So yeah, he's not the most-liked person in the world.

On Bill Maher’s show, Wilmore told Milo to “go f--- yourself" - twice - for claiming that transgender people suffer from “a psychiatric disorder” and “vastly disproportionately involved with sex crimes” and for attacking Leslie Jones on Twitter.

After Wilmore and fellow panelist counter-terrorism expert Malcolm Nance both slammed Yiannopoulus for his ridiculous remarks throughout the segment, Maher turned to Milo and asked him why he always fighting with people.

“We were having such a nice time, but you always invite such awful people on your show, they’re so stupid,” Milo complained to Maher. “You need to start inviting higher-IQ guests.”

Wilmore didn't like his response at all. The acclaimed Black-ish producer clapped back and called him a "pathetic, douchey little ass.”

Milo then whined that the panel hates him, which was true but that besides the point. “The worst people on the very far left and the very far right all hate me,” he said.

“I think you’re leaving out a lot of people," quipped Wilmore. Bloop!

On Twitter, people saluted Larry Wilmore for checking the conservative troll on the show.

"Larry Wilmore in my new hero," tweeted legendary hip-hop producer Dante Ross.