Happy Halloween, everyone! No one does up the candy-fueled holiday quite like morning and daytime television personalities. Click through our photo gallery to see who donned the best and most original costumes of 2016. Some outfits were Snickers (good), others were wax lips (awful).\r\n\r\nOn "Live,"\u00a0Kelly Ripa\u00a0portrayed both Donald and Melania Trump on her show, which put on a "First Family Feud" sketch. Ironically, over on NBC's "Today" show, Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb dressed up as the old "Live With Regis and Kathie Lee" hosts. Gifford played her ex-partner Philbin, while her current sidekick Kotb played Kathie Lee.\r\n\r\nEarlier on that talker, Carson Daly played both The Terminator and his former "TRL" self. Al Roker donned suspenders as Steve Urkel of "Family Matters."\r\n\r\nKey competition ABC's "Good Morning America" took on "Suicide Squad," as well as other movies. "Ghostbusters" and "Finding Dory" were also represented.\r\n\r\n"The View" panelists did their own things, though cartoons were the through-line. For example,\u00a0Whoopi Goldberg\u00a0was Marge Simpson and Candace Cameron Bure flew as Tinker Bell. Plus,\u00a0Raven-Symone dressed up as Eric Cartman from "South Park," Sara Hines did "The Smurfs."\r\n\r\nTheWrap will update talk show talent costumes throughout the day.