Former and current members of President Donald Trump’s administration now have a new career tool at their disposal – at least according to an upcoming segment on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

A fake ad for KickedOut, a parody of the career social platform LinkedIn, will air tonight on the late-night show. The fake service, aka “the only jobs website made for people who’ve been fired from the Trump administration,” pokes fun at several recent White House departures. Monday marked the end of White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci’s 11-day tenure. Last Friday, Reince Priebus exited his post as chief of staff, and the Friday before that, Sean Spicer left his position as press secretary.

Unfortunately for Spicer, the ad notes, the site does not offer assistance with being cast on “Dancing With the Stars,” a reference to rumors that the former press secretary is in talks with the show about joining the cast.