The talk show host let highlights of the Capitol Hill testimony provide the jokes for him.
Page worked on the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation, and her anti-Trump text messages with Peter Strzok fueled several investigations into whether the DOJ and FBI showed bias during the Russian Federation probe and the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server.
Strzok sought to clear the air over his messages and volunteered to testify after the Justice Department inspector general, Michael Horowitz, released a report in June revealing how senior Federal Bureau of Investigation officials repeatedly expressed support for Clinton and disdain for Trump during the election.
On Friday, Page will sit down with the House Judiciary and House Oversight and Government Reform Committees, which have sought her testimony for seven months.
One member of the circus included Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), a man Kimmel deemed a "buckethead".
One of those agents was Peter Strzok, the man who "oversaw the opening of the Russian Federation investigation". "You've embarrassed them, you've embarrassed yourself, and I can't help but wonder when I see you looking there with a little smirk - how many times did you look so innocently into your wife's eye and lie to her about Lisa Page?". "Agent Strzok had Donald Trump impeached before he even started investigating him. Together with her lover, FBI Agent Peter Strzok, she worked on the Rigged Witch Hunt, perhaps the most tainted and corrupt case EVER!"
"We were deeply troubled by text messages exchanged between Strzok and Page that potentially indicated or created the appearance that investigative decisions were impacted by bias or improper considerations", the Justice Department's inspector general wrote in its June report.
Strzok said "based on that terrible, disgusting behavior", he assumed Trump would not win the election.
The top query, he said, is whether her political bias bled into her work. "If I could give you a Purple Heart, I would", said Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN). Multiple GOP lawmakers, including Goodlatte and Gowdy, pointed out that Page has known for more than six months that the committees wanted to interview her; they also argued that she had all the information she needed for an unclassified interview far earlier in the day Tuesday than her lawyer claimed.
Gowdy was repeatedly interrupted through the rest of his questions, while he and Strzok got into a heated exchange. Goodlatte said he was holding open the prospect of calling Strzok back again because he was unsatisfied with the lack of answers to some questions.
FBI Director Chris Wray says employees who were singled out for criticism in the report have been referred to internal disciplinary officials.
He said he was one of the few people during the 2016 election who knew the details of Russian election interference and its possible connections with people in the Trump orbit, and that that information could have derailed Trump's election chances.