Seth MacFarlane said on Twitter there was "no way" he was hosting the Oscars again. That's probably a relief to some people. So with the job open next year, who should be pressed into service?

1. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler: They killed at the Golden Globes and MacFarlane gave them a shout-out Sunday night. They're the obvious choice.

2. Charlie Sheen -- The Oscar telecast is usually awful no matter what, so why not just go all out and let chaos and anarchy reign?

3. Louis C.K. -- Grumpiest Oscar show ever.

4. Chris Rock -- A lot of people hated him in his first go-round. Maybe he was ahead of his time. Give him another shot.

5. Neil Patrick Harris -- He has already shined as a Tonys and Emmys host. Time to let him make the big step up.

6. Meryl Streep -- Yes, it sounds crazy, but why not? She's Hollywood royalty and has delivered some of the funniest, most engaging acceptance speeches over the years.

7. The Muppets -- Cranky critics Waldorf and Staler were Twitter before Twitter.

8. Sandra Bullock -- Funny lady, funny host? She's the girl next door. Everyone loves her.

9. Tom Hanks -- Hollywood's Mr. Nice Guy. Appeals to the masses and has the rare ability to be both funny and seriously reverential.

10. Simon Cowell -- Hollywood's big egos need some deflating and he's the man to do it. Besides, he'll need a gig after "The X Factor" gets canceled.

11. Justin Timberlake -- He can sing, dance and crack jokes with the best of them. Plus, he looks really good in a tux.

12. Buzz and Woody -- Well, the Academy keeps saying it wants a younger audience.