It’s a well-known truth that America has hit the pumpkin-spice-saturation point. If something is edible or potable, you can almost certainly buy a version of it aromatized with the essence of cinnamon and nutmeg. But John Oliver has had enough, as he explains in the below video. “We tolerate pumpkin spice because we like the fall,” he says. “But just about anything that reminds us of autumn is a better flavor than pumpkin spice.” Grub Street thinks the popularity is just owed to the fact that most Americans like an excuse to drink coffee that tastes like dessert for a few months, but we’re willing to hear Oliver out.