To begin, the Magic Mike star, 37, shared a video telling his 4-year-old daughter Everly that the trick-or-treating loot is gone.
But after Kimmel began talking about all the various sweets he devoured, three-year-old Jane admitted she was "sad".
Grammy Award-winning singer Pink, who made a guest appearance on the show, tried to pull the same stunt on her daughter Willow. "I still have one, don't worry". "That's not amusing", Everly said to which the actor replied, "You're right, that was not amusing".
"I have to tell you something", Kimmel, 49, said.
Meanwhile, Channing also admitted that he was in trouble with another member of his family at the moment - his daughter Everly.
"If I'm asking you to do this to your kids, I should probably do mine too", Tatum told the audience, adding "Wait 'til you see it" after hearing the audience's cringing reaction.
"You promise? You don't do you?" she said. "I'm sorry baby. I hope you forgive me someday for that!"
However, Jane was soon more interested that her waffles for breakfast were ready, and she said she wasn't mad at her parents for doing what they did.
"Mommy ate them", Kimmel continued.
"I wanted my Skittles!"
"I have to tell you something", Kimmel says to his daughter Jane.
After learning that her dad was blowing bubbles every time he hiccupped after eating the eyeballs - which were "bubbles for blowing" - she cheered back up.