CORRECTIONS Episode 91: Week of Monday, January 8

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Published on January 12, 2024

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing the planet Uranus and doing the Pete Townshend windmill backwards.

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20 comments

  • @SJN861 3 months ago

    There’s a word for “typewriterer.” It’s “typist.” But Seth is probably too young to know that.

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  • @mannytheangel 3 months ago

    The Alaskan Nashville joke made me laugh so hard, the booger I had in my right nostril I was aiming to pluck right after I finish folding laundry was dislodged and shot right up through a vacuum of uncontrollable laughter, it ended up shooting straight to my throat. As I took two minutes to type this, it’s still there. I’m only now washing it down with tequila.

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  • @johnchiu 3 months ago

    Seth states he works on Corrections over the ACTUAL show!! We win!! Good job to all the jackals!

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  • @petergiaschi35 3 months ago

    Referencing David Byrne doesn’t make you a boomer. It makes you cool.

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  • @harleygarrett8063 3 months ago

    If I’m not horribly mistaken: I believe that one of the sounds the panda makes when killing the peacock is the sound that Ursa from Dota 2 makes when using his enrage ability. Unfortunately, while pandas and Ursa are both ursine, Ursa is not a panda bear. Perhaps more accurately the sound of Lone Druid’s Spirit Bear could be used, of which one of its forms is indeed a panda bear.

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  • @twodollars4u 3 months ago

    I genuinely had a dream about the Animal Flubs theme recently. Felt like it took a whole hour.

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  • @blakewalker5954 3 months ago

    The Man from Nantucket with “one that long” is the fiction version.
    The non-fiction version is:

    There once was a man from Nantucket
    Who kept all his cash in a bucket.
    But his daughter, named Nan,
    Ran away with a man
    And as for the bucket, Nantucket.

    Much more believable, says I.

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  • @hannahcrouch22 3 months ago

    You had a clear opportunity to make an nbc peacock reference and you missed it

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  • @carnyzack 3 months ago

    CORRECTION: They are called THROTTLE on motorcycles, not ACCELERATOR, which is on a car.

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  • @dukerayburn 3 months ago

    You would pay licensing fees to The Who, not residuals. Then Pete would get royalties for you using their music, not residuals.

    Corrections is the best, keep up the great work!

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  • @JdubU 3 months ago

    Pandas will eat meat if you piss it off thoroughly.

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  • @LowLight420 3 months ago

    Your Jimmy Stewart is a perfect Bane.

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  • @kaychan4507 3 months ago

    I feel like the performances in this Corrections (Peacock, Panda, Meyer Lemon, and Animals from Animal Flubs) have secured their Emmy for Prerecorded Variety Special.

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  • @Robin0928 3 months ago

    I was so disappointed to hear the resolution of no more Animal Flubs, and then i remembered what show i was watching.

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  • @virginiamiller4890 3 months ago

    I love that you love Lynn Swan! I turned 59 on the day after your birthday, and he was my favorite player to watch as a kid. (I, myself, am not into football – my family was.

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  • @napattack24 3 months ago

    Oh my gosh, animal flubs cracks me up every time

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  • @SkiRedMtn 3 months ago

    Seth just licked the tip of his pencil. You lick the tip of a pen to moisten the ink that might have dried on the end of the pen.

    Moisten. gross…

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  • @suplerb 3 months ago

    Please never stop Animal Flubs!

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  • @JadeStone00 3 months ago

    Seriously expected that after the panda clip, Seth was going to look dead into the camera and say, “Animal Flubs.”

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  • @Kristina-gz2wu 3 months ago

    Seth, do you bite your nails?

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