CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, April 12

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Published on April 16, 2021

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing “Taoiseach” and using the word “embattled” wrongly.  

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  • Rick Drew 1 year ago

    My favorite part of the Bible is The Book of Karen. You remember? Leviticus’ wife?

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  • Eric Brandon 1 year ago

    I was getting nervous Amber wouldn’t be in this one! Don’t deprive the people!

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  • Sneaky Ferret 1 year ago

    I like these.

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  • Helena Ramires 1 year ago

    It’s just great to know that Mulaney is back!

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  • Luke James 1 year ago

    I for one would like to say that I very much enjoy Corrections. And long may it continue.

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  • N Hyde 1 year ago

    It’s on my tv only because I streamed it there. Seth, your wife has to have another baby, just so we can hear how she tops her other births!!

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  • Hermit Folgrim 1 year ago

    Quickly becoming my favorite segment of the week can’t wait for the return of the sea captain

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  • Willie Nelson Gonzalez 1 year ago

    When are we going to get the Ben Stiller and Seth Meyers brothers comedy we’ve all been waiting for?

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  • Zoe Stonyk 1 year ago

    I literally laughed until I had tears in my eyes

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  • Mary Allan 1 year ago

    I am enjoying the sh*t out of this digital exclusive! I love your recycling a sanitizing note from work – cost savings! Now I’ll be on the lookout to contribute! Stay Safe, My Friend!

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  • Lindsay Johnson 1 year ago

    I love hearing Ambers laugh in the background

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  • LinksGirl05920 1 year ago

    I freaking love these correction segments xD

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  • frank o'callaghan 1 year ago

    Say “Gee, schucks!”
    Now, change the ‘G’ to a ‘T’ and drop the ‘s’ at the end!

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  • Cut Twice 1 year ago

    The word “set” has 430 sense definitions in the second edition of the OED. I’m unsure how many definitions there are in the online version.
    Wikipedia is trusted by nobody. It *might* be a place to start but you really should check the Encyclopedia Brittanica online.  
    Taoiseach is pronounce /Tee shuhx/ in English. The x is pronounced like the German /ch/.

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  • X W 1 year ago

    Read and respond to everything huh? Prove it! 😂 Also, I love this segment! Seth you’re amazing!

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  • Sheryl Black 1 year ago

    Love this!!!!

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  • Napoléon I Bonaparte 1 year ago

    Was expecting Seth to curl up when Amber said “That’s enough Seth!”

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  • deaunn 1 year ago

    Great to hear your laugh, Mulaney! <3

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  • Violet Edge 1 year ago

    Both rude & fair 😂😂😂😂💜💜💜💜

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  • Jennifer Over 1 year ago

    I don’t know if this segment is particularly good for Seth’s mental health, but it’s my new favorite!

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  • sandra robinson 1 year ago

    Love Corrections when Seth try’s Accents so much fun when he attempts our Aussie accent when he stops trying is when he gets it right needs to check the Aussie slang online site will find some great words on there that will beat the censors. Can we never go back to old format this one is so cool have been back and watched old shows there is just not the same flow and after watching the 2 Jimmys go back to old format is sad especially with Kimmel back in his suit.

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  • ebredenberg 1 year ago

    Love these! Don’t stop. Ha ha ha!

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  • Paula Hildebrandt 1 year ago

    Pure gold. Good and necessary on so many levels.

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  • John Goodwin 1 year ago

    Tea shock

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  • Joe Clevenger 1 year ago

    At least the list was cleaned and disinfected. Write that list at the local Denny’s?

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  • ZarlanTheGreen 1 year ago

    A pitcher of water, throws water towards the batter! Jokes aside: The two meanings of embattled are not homonyms. They are two different meanings/senses of the *_same_* words. Homonyms are two *_different_* words, that sound the same. They are sometimes also be spelled the same, but are nevertheless always *_separate and distinct_* words, rather than multiple meanings of *_the same_* word.

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  • Mythraen 1 year ago

    “Embattled” means _at least_ two things.
    My results said “(of a place or people) involved in or prepared for war, especially because surrounded by enemy forces.”
    “Involved in” sounds an awful lot like it has nothing to do with being ready to do and everything to do with… doing.

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  • Fenline Scouser 1 year ago

    My resident Irish poet is called Midleton. He lives on the top shelf. “Sláinte agus táinte!”

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  • ALZulas 1 year ago

    His paper kept making me read it: “This area has been cleaned and disinfected”

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  • Susan A 1 year ago

    Please please please never stop this bit. It gives me the same kind of delight I get when I find typos in a menu. Love ya Seth-and-crew!!

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  • Make Racists Afraid Again 1 year ago

    Not ALL baseball throwers are male….

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  • S. Gast 1 year ago

    I think this segment should be on TV. We live in times where people are not willing to admit when they were wrong and instead alter maps with a Sharpie. This is so refreshing.

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  • Eustace Tuberson 1 year ago

    Hey! I sent in an email about Candace! I thought he’d like that.

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  • Half DBSR 1 year ago

    These corrections are the most unnecessary thing about this show but I love that about it. lmao keep doing it, they’re very entertaining

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  • Pamela Leanne Freeland 1 year ago

    This is great. 💜😂

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  • Double Denim 1 year ago

    pitcher of water… you mean an EWER***

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  • Jacob Masur 1 year ago

    Just saying. Whoever the writer who keeps making those board game bits should just have a minute to showcase their ideas.

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  • Ned Ludd 1 year ago

    Here is a book you might enjoy, “Bored of the Rings” by Henry Beard and Douglas Kenny in 1969. It is very funny.

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  • Mary Roach 1 year ago

    I love this segment. And I probably will for a few more months. Then it’ll get old.

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  • Patrick Tilton 1 year ago

    We need Delbert Grady to do “Corrections” — he’d only be doing his duty.

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  • Samantha Housewright 1 year ago

    Forget corrections of media, this is what we need atm !!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjRMz7w7UwM LMAO !!! rockon !

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  • rabidsamfan 1 year ago

    Yay, love this sequence.

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  • Dystopia 9 1 year ago

    Wait until Colbert hears about you ripping on “The Ring” 😂👍🏾

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  • Emma 1 year ago

    That’s enough, *that’s* enough Seth.

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  • Trask Pilgrim 1 year ago

    “Candace is in the bible” cracked me the hell up.

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  • Katherine Mackenzie-Smith 1 year ago

    A Closer Look is how I found this show but Corrections is my favourite new segment 😆

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  • colleen parker 1 year ago

    So instead of using Emma Says or similar pronunciation videos. Try Forvo.com. You can hear native speakers saying words.

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  • alyssaskier 1 year ago

    3:43 “This area has been cleaned & disinfected”, good to know.

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  • Christopher Price 1 year ago

    New online segment “Amber Says That’s Enough!” coming soon?

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  • Abigail Martin 1 year ago

    thank god john mulaney is back writing i missed him so

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  • New Message 1 year ago

    Mulaney was a pog enthusiast? They seem a bit small to snort off of, but.. a’ight.

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  • New Message 1 year ago

    “We’ve been talking a bit about Lord of the Rings…”

    his face there. Yep… that’s a man who’s been talking about LOTR, and regrets it.

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  • Gilles Susant 1 year ago

    Ok, but if it’s in the Bible, why don’t you read the segment in it? I’m not religious, but need to prove a point that’s in the Bible? At least, read it.

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  • raisingcain 1 year ago

    “tee-sock” is indeed close but still a little wrong lol. It’s more like “tee-shock” but with more of a lilt at the end of the first syllable. It’s v hard to write Irish phonetically and “tee-sock” is a v good effort that is much appreciated

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  • Jane Thalken 1 year ago

    yay!!! more corrections! (“monsters! our favorite show!) yay for the john mulaney mention, i sense his style in the tiny secret whispers… seth should’ve asked doe-nahl and bree-un how to pronounce tay-shack?… i love this part. this segment sounds like its what seth is like heading a writers meeting.

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  • Kevin Hegarty 1 year ago

    The head of the Irish government is called “Taoiseach” it’s pronounced “tea shock”

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  • G. Smith 1 year ago

    Gott love a good ending 😉

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  • sebastian giraldo 1 year ago

    Esto es lo más fino que tienen en el show y el show me hace reír bastante.

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  • Peter Town 1 year ago

    Bad news, Seth. Candace in the bible is pronounced like “Kandakee.”

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  • Sean Kneale 1 year ago

    I think you guys do this for yourselves – way too much fun going on there!!

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  • Thomas Conner 1 year ago

    Dope

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  • liger sewell 1 year ago

    please stick with the prime minister of Ireland and stop butchering the Irish language.

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  • Alfareon 1 year ago

    seth meyers’s war on lord of the rings was the running bit i didn’t know i wanted and now need

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  • TakeThisification 1 year ago

    I really wanted Amber to just keep saying “that’s enough” while Seth remains frozen until people start getting concerned that his mind finally snapped.

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  • Fogmoz 1 year ago

    “Always wants… a wee taste”
    Speaking of words with multiple definitions.

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  • seekhiskingdomfirst 1 year ago

    This is officially my favorite part of the (online) show now.

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  • Thomas McQueen 1 year ago

    Where’s the sea captain?

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  • Rosyna Keller 1 year ago

    “Corrections” is spelt inkorrectly.

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  • Jeanne Kelly 1 year ago

    Shame on Shamus! 🍀 (Thought that’s what Seth was about to say.)

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  • Alejandra Cartwright 1 year ago

    Please never stop doing these, Seth!

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  • MisterChrisO 1 year ago

    YOU ARE GROWING ON ME!

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  • Chuck Griffith 1 year ago

    Its Seth’s stand up and we are all sitting in the front row! In A world….lol

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  • Carl Stockman 1 year ago

    “But I did the math and it turns out John Mulaney was a 22 year old POG enthusiast.”

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  • Kelcey Wilson 1 year ago

    Ben Franklin used to love Tiny Secret Whispers.

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  • Solino_Oruki 1 year ago

    Omg I love this so much😂

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  • David Dunn 1 year ago

    They were common law married their whole life huh?

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  • Daniel Casey 1 year ago

    The head of state of Ireland is the Taoiseach (Tea-Shock)… the Irish still love you anyway Seth

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  • Amanda Herrmann 1 year ago

    How is it that no one knows that “Candace” is a title for the queens of Meroe. It’s not a name! Whoever wrote that in the Bible was confused. https://www.worldhistory.org/The_Candaces_of_Meroe/

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  • row_ afc 1 year ago

    Hey Seth…. stop taking holidays!😂

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  • SueHuskins 1 year ago

    This should be a required watch for all Americans. Our education system sucks and ppl have no clue how to proofread or lookup anything and believe everything. We have idiots trying to cash a million dollar bill at the Dollar General store for Pete’s sake!!!

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  • Ridire Oíche 1 year ago

    These are brilliant, and a great sodium intake. Don’t worry about the pronunciation of the word ‘Taoiseach’ to save it coming up again just say ‘Tea Shock’ really quickly instead, no one will notice the difference.

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  • Naomi Njeri 1 year ago

    You are so cute Seth!

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  • susan 1 year ago

    His blue eyes perfectly match his sweater. Imagine seeing him in person. Such a handsome boy. His Mom told me to say that

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  • thee truth 1 year ago

    Seth you have an irish guy on staff, and oh he always looking for a taste, sterotype much do you? And we don’t say prime minister in Ireland, ypu still pronounced An Taocoish wrong.

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  • Ryan Reeder 1 year ago

    Actually, Deborah Read Franklin’s first husband’s real name was John Rogers (at least, according to Wikipedia–and FamilySearch). And Luke, like Candace and Deborah is also in the Bible–it’s even got a Book of Luke and everything. And while Skywalker isn’t in the Bible per se (although theories about its meaning may have Biblical allusions), it is apparently another name for Loki, Norse God of mischief, and Norse mythology goes back at least a thousand years. So the name is apparently not so anachronistic and it’s also not even his real name.
    And the third volume in the Lord of the Rings trilogy is “The Return of the King,” not “Return of the King” (or “Return to the King”). (Speaking of Biblical allusions).
    Hey, you asked for it. 🙂

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  • Marjorie Cabrera 1 year ago

    I love you SETH!!! Thanks for making me laugh.

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  • Sheila R 1 year ago

    Mulaney! 💜

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  • P Jones 1 year ago

    So there is a glaring omission from this week’s corrections. You absolutely cannot type ACE OF BASE on a calculator (A Closer Look, 4/14/21). As big as this kind of malarkey may be with the TikTok crowd, I can’t let it stand. (btw love this segment please do it forever)

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  • Megan Hack 1 year ago

    Ok, but…. Pogs were, like, a 1993-1996ish fad. Mulaney was absolutely a kid. I was in 1st grade when everyone at my school got obsessed with it, and he’s only 5 years older than me. My wife played it as a teen (not much to do in rural Alaska before widespread internet access), and she was born in the 70s..

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  • 2009Bowiefan 1 year ago

    Well done for being a LOTR sceptic. We need to balance out the obsession of That Guy On CBS as T-word called him.

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  • Philip Spencer 1 year ago

    This is just for me and I thank you

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  • Stephen Dujakovic 1 year ago

    Tee-shock not sock Seth! Love this show and this segment 😂

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  • Nahuel Martínez 1 year ago

    The photo at the end of the video that they put on all of the videos uploaded here makes Seth look much older than how he looks in the actual videos

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  • Midwoka Milling 1 year ago

    You probably thought it was “Return To The King” because that was engraved on Narsil.

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  • Julia Sikora 1 year ago

    I could watch Seth ramble on about random nonsense forever. Never skipping over this segment again.

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  • gerhard fehr 1 year ago

    Is it true that Stephen Miller “venmoed” Frisbee $400.00 and took her to Orlando

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  • winesap2 1 year ago

    I love these segments, but I wonder if they will be as good with a studio audience as hearing the people who work there laughing at Seth.

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  • John Farren 1 year ago

    I love Seth and the show is great! Its not Tee-Shock – It’s Tee-SHUCK 🙂

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  • Travis Richey 1 year ago

    Seth was probably thinking of “Return to the Jedi”. It happens.
    ~Trav

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  • Vicky Garnett 1 year ago

    You were so close with your pronunciation of Taoiseach. It’s probably easiest to say ‘TEE-shock’ (emphasis added to show where the stress is). Assuming at this point you still care 😄

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  • Jay Gallagher 1 year ago

    I wish you would stop mispronouncing “primer” when you introduce your segment on teen slang. It’s hard to believe your mother was a schoolteacher–who would have been familiar with how to pronounce “a text for beginning students”–different from “an undercoat of paint” (prYmer) which is how you say it. PLEASE! It sounds ignorant!

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  • Kevin O'Donnell 1 year ago

    Good experiment. Funny stuff!

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  • Jay P 1 year ago

    I NOW KNOW THAT JOHN MULANEY WAS A 22 YEAR OLD POG ENTHUSIAST AND IM NOT SO SURE WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF NOW

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  • MatchstalkMan 1 year ago

    2:40 Seth, it’s pronounced TEE-shock…
    Actually, that’s a little harsh. It’s more like TEE-shoch where the ‘och’ sounds similar to the ‘och’ in the Scottish word ‘loch’.
    Definitely NOT tee-sock.
    Sean Bean’s name is pronounced Shawn, not sawn. Sean Connery,
    Oh, the Taoseaich’s name is pronounced MEE-haw MAR-tin.
    Even though it’s spelled Micheál Martin.

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  • Heather 1 year ago

    I absolutely love this.

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  • Trisha Tyler 1 year ago

    Now we can all sleep better at night. Thank you. lol

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  • Mock Turtle 1 year ago

    I am laughing so hard!

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  • eam m 1 year ago

    I get it was just a joke with the name Luke Skywalker, but c’mon Seth even the name Luke is in the bible

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  • TheTheoTherone 1 year ago

    AKTCHEWLEEE…

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  • Jessica Rabbit 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is actually pronounced tee-shock 🤣🤣

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  • Tradeladder 1 year ago

    What a totally pointless Show, who gives A Frigg about Corrections, Sheesh.

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  • Mylaram Photography 1 year ago

    Im the 31 year old who loves pogs. Especially the looney tunes ones 😊

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  • Sashimiroll 1 year ago

    These correction videos are honestly one of the best parts of my week. I love them

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  • Justin Wildman 1 year ago

    Ex spearmint: Every flavor of gum after 5 minutes of chewing…

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  • The straight eyed Canadian Guy 1 year ago

    Lol. Read and respond to everything….. epic . Lol that’s enough

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  • Marijn v.d.Sterre 1 year ago

    “The return of the King” was the 3th book of the series, so the book you must have returned quickly probably would have been “The fellowship of the ring”. Unless you started with nr 3 and in that case it is your own fault ;p

    ok, unless you borrowed them all 3 at once, but considering how big the books are, no one is going to believe that ^^

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  • S. Ruane 1 year ago

    I love the Luke Skywalker reference as Deborah Read’s first husband. I was curious it see if that was true…. well her first husband’s name was John Rogers (according to Wikipedia) 🙂

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  • andarted 1 year ago

    If you ever need to pronounce a german word try to search on YouTube for _’korrekte Aussprache: [insert german word]’._ If there is a clip from the channel ‘Luksan Wunder’, that’s a bingo.

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  • emily power 1 year ago

    Seth looks like the kind of dad that if their kid said “Dad Im gay” he would respond with “Hi gay Im Dad! Its pizza night btw!”

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  • iolanda ialongo 1 year ago

    I love this segment but the only thing I can think about is that John Mulaney is back writing…

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  • jurafa 1 year ago

    Just LOVE these, keep It up, and by the way, this is comedy TV gold!!!

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  • Erin Geoffrion 1 year ago

    CORRECTION: Pogs were a big deal in the early 1990’s, meaning John Mulaney would have been 10-12ish which seems like a perfectly reasonable age to be obsessed with them

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  • Meredith Donahue 1 year ago

    Was the journey reference also for the tiktok crowd?

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  • Tee Carrat 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced “Tee-Shock”. Also, “Wee” is a Scottish thing. You’re welcome. T., Dublin, Ireland 🇮🇪 (Love you, though! 😁)

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  • Justin Lindsay 1 year ago

    “Wee taste?” I think your “Irish Poet” might be Scottish…there’s your problem.

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  • Andrew Kilpatrick 1 year ago

    It’s probably already been mentioned in the comments, but Luke Skywalker is a name from a long time ago (and a galaxy far, far away) and is, therefore, not anachronistic.

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  • Fo'i Meleah 1 year ago

    I love Corrections and I hope you keep it running. Most happy to hear John is well and working, it’s going to be a good day.

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  • Tim Gosling 1 year ago

    I always thought the Irish PM was the ‘tea shop’?

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  • Elise Code 1 year ago

    i have a correction. you said you used a word “wrong”–it’s ‘wrongly’. adverb.

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  • David Schoenfeld 1 year ago

    Another round of #corrections down, another missed opportunity to talk about “The Tale of the Bunny Picnic”. For shame. It’s still the movie we all desperately need right now, even if you think you’re too old for something like it, but fine, if that’s the holdup have your youngest writer, I assume Karen (despite me wanting to say John Mulaney) watch it and tell you how awesome it is, I guarantee she would *love* it.

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  • Mike segal 1 year ago

    Thank you for correcting how you pronounced “journey man” to “journeyman” but you then said “thrower man” later in the segment. It’s throwerman.

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  • Joe Blow 1 year ago

    Cleopatra

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  • Elizabeth Betts 1 year ago

    Correction: Pogs also gained popularity in the 90s when myself and Mulaney were tweens. So now the question becomes did John pick it back up or discover it at 22? The plot thickens…

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  • TheLettybird 1 year ago

    Hearing that John Mulaney is back at work made me so happy. I even think I heard him laugh. Sending so much love to you all but especially him.

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  • colin lye 1 year ago

    I think all these corrections that Seth does technically makes him Canadian, as a Canadian we happily accept you as one of our own

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  • James B 1 year ago

    ‘Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings. He’s channeling Robert Plant

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  • dskwared2u 1 year ago

    What better way to deal with trolls than to troll the trolls. You’re way better than the Pictionary guy, especially during a pandemic.

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  • Werbna Right 1 year ago

    I tried to rustle jimmies. Mention my jimmy wrustlin

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  • Purple Medley 1 year ago

    No more Sea Captain. Enough.

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  • hootiemcboobsalot 1 year ago

    Nah, Mulaney and I are the same age and POGs were big in my childhood.

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  • Bridie O'Connor 1 year ago

    Still way off with the Taoiseach pronunciation which no one could hold against you because it’s not easy. But the stereotype of Seamus is beneath you 😥

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  • Helen Eschenbacher 1 year ago

    Seth looks “shredded” in his crew neck sweater.

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  • Helen Eschenbacher 1 year ago

    POGs were made here in HAWAII. A drink made from papaya, oranges, and guavas. We collected the cardboard inserts—POGs! Traded them..50 yrs ago.

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  • John Kennedy 1 year ago

    T SHOCK = how to pronounce Irish “prime minister”

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  • Izzy OM 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is pronounced “TEA-Shuck”😂

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  • Kristen Halloran 1 year ago

    Thank goodness Dorcas went out of fashion…

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  • Kristen Halloran 1 year ago

    I REFUSE TO LIVE IN A WORLD WITHOUT HOMONYMS

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  • Kristen Halloran 1 year ago

    My Star Trek TNG figures very briefly came with pogs instead of actual trading cards (baseball cards??). Wtf. Such a snapshot in time – The one that sticks in my mind is Lore from the episode in the 7th season – I picked up the card and the damn pog fell out of the middle. What the hell pogs????

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  • blindsightedkill 1 year ago

    The world can always use someone who can acknowledge their mistakes

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  • Stev Bri 1 year ago

    Love that his notes are on a “This area has been cleaned” card

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  • Yalonda Howell 1 year ago

    Lol right off rip 37 seconds in 😂😂😂😂😂 I love you sense of humor man all of your sense of humors LOL

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  • Dani 1 year ago

    I feel like the capitalized “CORRECTIONS: in the title is very passive-aggressive, bordering on just aggressive.

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  • Iyaya Ekita 1 year ago

    I love that ya’ll can make a comedy also out of a corrections session!

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  • AdMerin 1 year ago

    This is my favorite segment.

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  • TheAureliac 1 year ago

    A word with more than two meanings is not a homonym. Please don’t feel you need to correct this slip.

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  • Captain_Quake 126 1 year ago

    POV you came to hear John Mulaney laugh because it makes you happy to know he’s out living his life ♥️

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  • Aleksandra Socha 1 year ago

    How the [bleep] is this on TV?

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  • The Vikara Co. 1 year ago

    I couldn’t help but notice in your stare segment how thin your eyebrows have become at the lateral margins… how’s your thyroid function going Seth? Are you eating enough seaweed? Iodine mate

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  • Alex Dijk 1 year ago

    How can you possibly respond to every response you get on the internet??? That would take you forever. I really don’t think you should do that.

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  • Megan Scheffe 1 year ago

    Seth really nails my pandemic vibes in this segment 😂 This always gets audible laughs from me!

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  • Susan Barkdoll 1 year ago

    If someone is complaining about Irish issues, just give them some whisky and they should be happy.

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  • Vince F 1 year ago

    Hmmmm🤔.
    That actually WAS enough.😏

    🤣

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  • K 1 year ago

    John Mulaney, good to hear you laugh! I been thinking about you, hope you’re doing well; you are too funny and we need you around for a long time!!!

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  • DeJon 1 year ago

    OMG how can I apply to work for you? Y’all having too much fun.😂

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  • Sean MacDonald 1 year ago

    When Seth said “Return to the King,” he must have been thinking of the Star Wars film “Return to the Jedi”. That’s probably what confused him.
    😜

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  • Aman Nougrahiya 1 year ago

    His name was John Rogers.

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  • John Pritchard 1 year ago

    Tea-Shack?

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  • Alfred Cool 1 year ago

    Now I can sleep (but, on a mental health level-not with you!). Seth, tThank you for the clarifications. Critics really do have a value…. homonyms? Not the bar I frequent, but yeah… cool

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  • isw 1214 1 year ago

    Keep this segment going!

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  • alex tosto 1 year ago

    I absolutely love these! It’s a hilarious way to show people how important it is to be factual with info! Props to you and your team!

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  • ondarze 1 year ago

    I actually like this much more than the super-scripted stuff

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  • alan silverman 1 year ago

    Seth there’s one more mistake you’ve made that I’ve got to point out:
    The last time you said “and now it’s time for a closer look”… it wasn’t!

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  • Madison Baron 1 year ago

    Hope everyone has a great day, but especially John Mulaney.

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  • Mariana Denis 1 year ago

    “That’s enough, Seth”

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  • Yashar Rahmani 1 year ago

    how is this on digital? why this exists???!!! appreciable effort but no thanks…you’re not that funny or this bit is not for you…Soooorryy…

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  • John Drummond 1 year ago

    Seamus, the staff Irish Poet, doesn’t want a wee taste. He wants a taste of wee. You guys need a consultation, with HR in attendance.

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  • joannahami 1 year ago

    I love the other segments but I laugh more during Corrections than any other

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  • Paul Campbell 1 year ago

    Hi Seth! I hope you actually read these comments. I’m sure you are very busy. I just want to say, I miss Sea Captain! Occasionally you bring him up. It would be nice to see him again once and a while. I also miss the bees!!! (but not the wasps). Thank you for what you do. Take care!

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  • themaster408 1 year ago

    I love closer look, I really really do and I haven’t missed one in years…but this segment might just be better for my own stupid immature self.

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  • zanifreespirit 1 year ago

    Nice segment except for the stereotypical portrayal of the Irish as drunks.

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  • Nomadic Media 1 year ago

    A very brave video! <3

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  • Jared Spencer 1 year ago

    That walk for his double-embattlement joke was so long and so worth it.

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  • Chris B 1 year ago

    We knew that he was just going to stare back, and we still watched until Amber said “that’s enough”.

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  • Anton Wooldridge 1 year ago

    just a minor point here, but in this edition of “corrections” you are wearing a blue shirt. you should not be wearing a blue shirt.

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  • Nobody And that’s it 1 year ago

    This makes me so happy! I’m a language nerd, and this is hilarious. Thanks to Seth and the team.

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  • Kathi Arledge 1 year ago

    I like this. Clarity is important.

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  • Johnny Blaze 1 year ago

    Is it just me or is Seth looking more tanned/orange these days? hhmmm.

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  • Tolfstert Burlankingston 1 year ago

    The Irish prime minister is taoiseach. It’s pronounced tea shakh

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  • Danebs 1 year ago

    😂

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  • Nope Nope 1 year ago

    Late night with Seth Meyers staff
    You’re doing great.

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  • Edwin Szeto 1 year ago

    “I’m both embattled and embattled “

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  • Megan Chandler 1 year ago

    Love this segment experiment. It’s hilarious

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  • Rach 1 year ago

    Candace? Deborah?!!! I need to read my Bible more. He’s not wrong for having thought those names were anachronisms for the olden days. It’s like the name Mackenzie or Jaylen being in the Bible 😟 ew!

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  • Cozmo the Magician 1 year ago

    So, the color of the stairs are amber?

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  • Cristina Ferrara 1 year ago

    I don’t think embattled is an example of a homonym, but I could be wrong. One could say if you’re preparing for war, there are great difficulties ahead, so the meanings kinda jive: it’s almost like one evolved from the other.

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  • Chase Smith 1 year ago

    Not to criticize, but saying you are ready for “those criticisms” sounds super awkward. I feel like it should be “I am ready for your criticism” or “I am ready for those critiques”

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  • heyskipj 1 year ago

    I’m caught between laughing hysterically and being afraid my kid will catch me watching TV on the Internets.

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  • Flora 1 year ago

    I love this show so much. Seth and his writers are all so funny and I love hearing the crew’s laughter in the background and my queen, Amber Ruffin.

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  • Manu T 1 year ago

    Love your show with or without the mistakes, Seth!

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  • UnEEzEE Unknown 1 year ago

    Gasted? Or Flabbed?

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  • PopeLando 1 year ago

    The fact that corrections generate more corrections isn’t a problem, Seth, it’s an endless supply of comedy gold for you to mine. And stop bleeping your YouTube stuff!

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  • James Burress 1 year ago

    Im suing correction I’m going to sue you seth my smile won’t go away😁 its stuck! What you do to me 😂 jk

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  • Cheryl Feucht 1 year ago

    I feel like I just got a free grammar lesson from the cutest high school English teacher/baseball coach.. and would you please pinch John Mulaney cheeks..such a cute comedian .😘😊😌

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  • James Noble 1 year ago

    I enjoy these more than the actual show. Doing comedy about the ruling class and its rising tide of fascism during a deadly pandemic is probably more important work but this stuff is more fun and fun is important too.

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  • Fabled Creature 1 year ago

    There’s something so wrong about this.
    But also so so right.
    I don’t think you gave antonyms equal air time.
    Or is it airtime?
    I dunno

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  • Sean M 1 year ago

    You spelt embattled wrong

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  • Space Pirate From Space 1 year ago

    This is fun

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  • Martha Myre 1 year ago

    Just so you know, embattled is not a homonym just because it has two definitions. Homonyms are words that sound alike but are spelled differently such as there and their or write and right.

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  • UNO Kilo 1 year ago

    I like this new section, please bring Mulaney with you, he´s responsable as you!

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  • Colleen G 1 year ago

    These are so funny

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  • Mark Mayberry 1 year ago

    I think the moral of this segment is “Always Read the Comments”

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  • Hector Garza 1 year ago

    Well done.

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  • Hamperion Sma 1 year ago

    colbert trolling

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  • Jizzle D. FreQ 1 year ago

    Meh… this needs a lil salt & pepper, it’s a bland segment.

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  • Urmita Chowdhury 1 year ago

    John Mulaney i hope you’re doing well :’)

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  • Nix Halcyon 1 year ago

    Keep doing these bits … way funnier than the actual show.

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  • Etsuko0505 1 year ago

    Love the format, Seth is such a wonderful humourist.

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  • Ryan Eubanks 1 year ago

    Good sirs and madams, pogs were popular in 1994, not 2004. Thus John Mulaney was an age-appropriate 12 year old pog enthusiast!

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  • Liliana Soares 1 year ago

    Love it

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  • Leo Shea 1 year ago

    CANDACE

    Scripture Reference—Acts 8:27

    Name Meaning—Queen or Ruler of Children

    The exact name of this Ethiopian queen is not given by Luke. It was the name of a dynasty, not of an individual, and was used for many years by the queens of Ethiopia, just as Pharaoh was the hereditary title given to ancient Egyptian kings and Caesar to Roman emperors.

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  • Debbie Gross 1 year ago

    My name is Deborah. Just sayin’.

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  • BootsieA 1 year ago

    That’s too funny that you correct all these things I love it you’re so is amazing.

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  • Drew Phoenix Spratt 1 year ago

    Tea-shock is how i say it. I’m Irish btw

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  • Edith 1 year ago

    Trump staff to trump: You used the English alphabet wrong.

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  • C J 1 year ago

    I live for this segment 🤣

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  • A G 1 year ago

    Two days on YouTube, almost 1/3 mil views… I think this experiment is going well!!

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  • Manuel Padilla 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣

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  • Aisling Comiskey 1 year ago

    ITS PRONOUNCED TEE-SHOCK

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  • America Project 1 year ago

    Seth Meyers looks like the love child of Tony Hawk, Stephen Malkmus, and Russian anti-corruption opposition leader Alexei Navalny

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  • gary raines 1 year ago

    Sea, Sea, Smiley Guy–Ba Mhaith Liom Uisce beatha na Albainoch, Seanlin Mhailceirr Dhuv, Le Do Theul.

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  • Olaf Pijl 1 year ago

    “Teesach” is also Dutch for “teabag”.

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  • Brian Tipp 1 year ago

    🙂 🙂 tea-shock …

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  • Persis Wynter 1 year ago

    I love corrections!

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  • JuLie Vola 1 year ago

    this is the best thing ever

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  • Kimmy Igla 1 year ago

    Wow this is the first Corrections segment I’ve stumbled upon and I absolutely love it

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  • Robin Jokinen 1 year ago

    yes more please

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  • After Lafter 1 year ago

    When he said he was gonna stare at the camera until Sarah says “that’s enough” I was hoping she’d just leave the room,

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  • billneo 1 year ago

    I love this segment. And to play along so you have something for the next “corrections”, it sounded to me that “experiment” was pronounced like spearmint chewing gum “ex-peer-mint” instead of “ex-pear-a-mint”. Have fun!

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  • C C 1 year ago

    Embroiled rather than embattled

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  • niteglys 1 year ago

    Impressive Seth made it through the first two LotR books but gave up on the third. I’d have been committed.

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  • Terry Flynn 1 year ago

    I love the subject matter and timing. Bravo or is it Bravado. You decide.

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  • Carloman M 1 year ago

    Everyone today it seems is promoting diversity and multiculturalism.
    But did you ever notice that these things are being promoted in ALL White countries and ONLY in White countries?
    Did you ever wonder why that was the case?
    Diversity and multiculturalism, if allowed to continue, will turn every White country on earth into a non-White country within a few decades. There will still be plenty of Black countries and Asian countries. Under international law, this is genocide.
    Diversity and multiculturalism are codewords for White genocide.
    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.

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  • Sassy Sarina 1 year ago

    Love Seth!!!

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  • AmandaonMaui 1 year ago

    My bf grew up in Hawaii where POGS got their name. He played with them in the early 1980s. They were milk bottle caps from Haleakala Dairy, the manufacturer of POG juice drink.

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  • Colin Harrington 1 year ago

    Anyone wise catch themselves having a starring contest with Seth at the end?

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  • old grey cat 1 year ago

    Thank you!

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  • Caitlyn S 1 year ago

    6:21 is me responding to feedback from my professor on a paper i started at 11:50 and turned in at 11:59

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  • Rayne Michelle 1 year ago

    It’s just POG, not pogs. POG is both the singular and plural. It is an acronym for Passion, Orange, and Guava, if I remember correctly. The POG caps came originally from juice containers that came from a Hawaiian dairy company that also bottled this juice. Then they started making the collectible caps solely for the game.

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  • Jimmy Northwood 1 year ago

    This is by far your best material. I only watch your other stuff so I can get the jokes here.

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  • the physics guy 1 year ago

    Did anybody else get uncomfy 5 seconds in to getting stared down and check how much longer the video was?

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  • Debra Hayward 1 year ago

    How to pronounce Taoiseach. Tee shock.

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  • Brettfish Anderson 1 year ago

    Actually Seth, when talking about corrections on corrections on corrections [by the way, LOVE this “digital not tv” segement]: Candace was technically NOT the name of someone in the Bible according to this… but a title. Which is a Phar[aoh!] one i guess…. have fun!

    CANDACE

    Scripture Reference—Acts 8:27

    Name Meaning—Queen or Ruler of Children

    The exact name of this Ethiopian queen is not given by Luke. It was the name of a dynasty, not of an individual, and was used for many years by the queens of Ethiopia, just as Pharaoh was the hereditary title given to ancient Egyptian kings and Caesar to Roman emperors.

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  • Brettfish Anderson 1 year ago

    Also surely you can’t leave the Benjamin Franklin ‘wife’ story without mentioning this part of why she couldn’t properly marry Ben:

     If Rogers returned after Read legally married Franklin, she faced a charge of bigamy which carried the penalty of thirty nine lashings on the bare back and life imprisonment with hard labor. To avoid any legal issues, Read and Franklin decided upon a common-law marriage.

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  • A M 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced tee-shock😂

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  • Milo 1 year ago

    why do you read the comments. wear morons. see, i didn’t spell “we’re” correctly

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  • Jon Blondell 1 year ago

    Amber!

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  • Malou Salas 1 year ago

    Why are people so harsh on Seth for mispronunciation? In other nation, natives find it cute & funny having foreigner mispronoucing local terms they won’t even correct it! 🤣🤪😆😜😂

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  • Harry Dewulf - Literary Editor 1 year ago

    A picture of water?

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  • Mitchell Atencio 1 year ago

    These are my favorite thing. Thank you.

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  • jeffrey lee 1 year ago

    It’s nice that you do corrections because almost no one ever does.

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  • gerd brumner 1 year ago

    awesome!!

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  • TheHiroBlade 1 year ago

    Corrections is my favorite show on TV.

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  • Chris WIggins 1 year ago

    John Mulaney is the most John Maleny John Maleny that ever John Malenyed

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  • Kacey Bongarzone 1 year ago

    Best one yet 👌🏼

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  • Damien Rock Star THHOLY ON OF G 1 year ago

    only for die hard fans ….my favorite part is CORRECTIONS!!

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  • tiara Jaxkson 1 year ago

    I love this

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  • David Cantrell 1 year ago

    I feel like these correction segments from your studio do not help convey the seriousness that I know you and your team take processing Internet comments. I personally would prefer to see these segments done after some quiet reflection from your attic desk.

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  • Ylul Labart 1 year ago

    Omg I loved this!

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  • Badi 1shue 1 year ago

    you should base your usual show around incorrect facts then do more correction vids this was the nuts

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  • Steven Sibeko 1 year ago

    Awesomeness 😂👍🏾

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  • Kiriu Xeosa 1 year ago

    Life lesson: just because you may be right doesn’t mean the other person is wrong always double check someone elses answer before you act like the smart guy and come out looking like the dumb guy. Better yet, come out looking like the dumb guy by asking for the person to provide a reference and then end up being the smart guy by not saying anything and just look smart by comparison 😉

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  • Abby Grace 1 year ago

    Luke Skywalker actually appears in the bible

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  • waterdrifter13 1 year ago

    I love these 😂

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  • Daniel Shearer 1 year ago

    ty – iwas in dire need of a laugh and you seriously helped

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  • Tonya Goodman 1 year ago

    These should be on tv. People need to learn humility and there’s no better way than seeing a man admit he’s wrong.
    Maybe also send this to my husband. 🥳

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  • Kitty kat 1 year ago

    These corrections are seriously beautiful X’D

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  • Patrick J Mims 1 year ago

    “… question that is both rude and fair.”

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  • Claire Bieber 1 year ago

    I look forward to your weekly corrections more than your actual show. So if you stop them once the pandemic is over I will literally kms thank u

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  • Kate Nicolson 1 year ago

    Looking strong Seth <3 Thank you for these - we all learn

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  • lmac40762 1 year ago

    How is this on tv

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  • Commander Sniffles 1 year ago

    The only reason this is web only instead of aired is because the network is run by cowards. They can’t handle how RAW this segment is.

    Also, glad to hear Mulaney is back. Hope he’s doing well.

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  • Ray Williams 1 year ago

    A wee taste is better than a taste of wee, Seth.

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  • knate44 1 year ago

    The embattled man was embattled about words.

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  • knate44 1 year ago

    Can we please have Stephen and Seth engage in combat and the winner decided whither the lord of the rings is good.

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  • David O'Gorman 1 year ago

    😂😂😂😂😂😂 its TEA SHOCK you EEJIT.

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  • Joshua Dunbar 1 year ago

    Pogs have been around since the 1920s

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  • Tony Yarusso 1 year ago

    Seth’s stressing that this is “digital only” as if to say it’s not on TV, but television broadcasts switched to digital transmission years ago, so there’s another one for you. 😉

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  • rainygirl 911 1 year ago

    No worries Seth
    I’ll always love you!!!
    Xo

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  • Alba Spire 1 year ago

    Your pronunciation of Irish isn’t too bad tho! There are so many regional accents and dialects yours is perfectly valid! Thank you for putting the effort in

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  • Jesse Kipp 1 year ago

    So sad you keep referring to the Lord of the rings as multiple books when in actuality it’s one book that is in six sections and those six sections are then sold and published typically in three volumes.

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  • Rachel Erin 1 year ago

    And the third meaning of “embattled” is as a heraldic term for a line that looks like the top of a turret! 😛

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  • Darn Glossy 1 year ago

    Why can’t the whole show just be corrections?

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  • Brian Nentwick 1 year ago

    I love these!

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  • leafy one 1 year ago

    I hate to tell you, but a homonym is two or more words with the same spelling or pronunciation that mean different things, not the same word having two meanings. But do what you want.

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  • Brian Wenrich 1 year ago

    Sorry to correct your correction but Deborah Reed was married to John Rogers, not Luke Skywalker. Luke Skywalker was a Jedi, which is like a fancy kind of space wizard. These space wizards are not allowed to be involved in relationships, which would have been a reason why he ran away to Achto. If of course he had married Deborah, which he did not as that was John a Rodgers and Luke Skywalker is mostly fictional, mostly.

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  • Very Exciting 1 year ago

    I believe that Luke Skywalker was also from an ancient text called the Journal of the Whills, do with that information what you will.

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  • Polly Sey 1 year ago

    Misuse of word homonym.

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  • Polly Sey 1 year ago

    LOL

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  • D Cruz 1 year ago

    ROFLOLABM!!! I F_@&!ng LOVE this segment! IDK your timing is perfect. For what reason by the end my stomach was hurting from laughing. Before I could finish laughing from previous thing the next one hit. Holy $h!t….. And no I’m not high. How do you do emojies in this? (Rolling On Floor Laughing Out Loud All By Myself)

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  • Jules Marten 1 year ago

    I laugh so much watching these. I love this segment

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