Tonight, Chelsea Handler and her team wrapped up "seven years of stupidity" on Chelsea Lately. In celebration of her last day, three of her closest friends came to stop by, Sandra BullockJennifer Aniston and Mary McCormack. Their reason for stopping by was not the reason Chelsea expected.

They actually came to stage a friend intervention. Mary went on a long rant to Chelsea about how her friendship has changed her life, for the worse. She stated, "Now the closest I get to a vegetable is the potato, in potato vodka." She continued, "I urge you to get help. So if you have to tell the world 'You're going to Netflix' for a little while, I think everyone supports you and everyone understands."

Jen was up next and she didn't hold back. She started by saying, "Chelsea you steal everything I do." She went on, "You're not fooling anyone with those blue eyes, that was a brown eye and that was a brown eye," as she points to her "impostor" eye color. Jennifer also admitted that she could deal with Chelsea's "foul smelling body" if Chelsea would only realize she didn't need to steal everything from her.

Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock

Sandra stepped in to wrap up the intervention and grabbed a box of props. Holding back her tears she explained, "Dear George, your practical jokes are annoying. Oh sorry, I copy and pasted this format from my Clooney intervention."

LOL! She went on to say, "Our friendship is still relatively new, and you still scare me a little because, I'm not sure when you're being the funny Chelsea or 'I'm having a psychotic break' Chelsea."

After getting through her speech, Sandra proceeded to walk offstage and then quickly walk back over with Chelsea's "ex-lover" 50 Cent in hand. He wrapped Chelsea in his arms and spinned her around before performing his new song.

Watch the hilarious clip above from the Chelsea Lately finale!

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