CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, April 19

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Published on April 23, 2021

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing “journeyman” before sharing the story of Phyllis Stein.

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332 comments

  • RileyIsEmo 1 year ago

    haha first to corrections

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  • Todd B 1 year ago

    Or digital only means better than television..

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  • usedfuzzbox 1 year ago

    Still the highlight of my week 😀

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  • Sir.Craze- 1 year ago

    “not good enough for television”
    Ahhhhhhh.
    You are a comedian.
    Because that’s a joke!

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  • The Peace 1 year ago

    “Not good for television” and yet it feels very natural and entertaining, more segments like this would be good.

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  • BrowFinGarf 1 year ago

    Thought seth was asking what PAWG stood for at first

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  • Common Sense 1 year ago

    I love this bit please keep it forever. Those lousy “tv” people wouldn’t know a great digital “EXCLUSIVE!!!!!” It it yelled in their face!
    whose with me 🙋🏻‍♀️?

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  • Kris Po 1 year ago

    I was looking for this…

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  • Janet Stoker 1 year ago

    ☘️”Saurish Ronan” 🇮🇪👌🏻 Saoirse will be delighted 🤣

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  • SupremePancakes 1 year ago

    That whole Cadence and Deborah correction bit has mad Mulaney energy since he did a bit in his standup about being surprised so many women in the Bible has “normal names”

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  • Max HA 1 year ago

    Hilarious! 🤣🤣

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  • zoe zelleke 1 year ago

    this is my favorite thing to wake up to on friday

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  • miss miou 1 year ago

    I have a strange feeling Seth is making all of this up

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  • CHRISTOPHER COMTOIS 1 year ago

    I think papa meyers need to come on corrections now. For Seth.

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  • DD O'Brien 1 year ago

    Now, they’re purposely making more mistakes so they have material for next week. (He literally made a mistake in EVERY correction)

    Still funny.

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  • Brad Barton 1 year ago

    The Candace of Sheba got me. I enjoy this running bit.

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  • Tony Gil 1 year ago

    As of late Seth has not been delivering the goods. I don’t really understand the jokes and the monologues are a bit confusing. These are jokes for 40-50 yrs olds.

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  • LeesaDeAndrea 1 year ago

    This is pure comedy. ♥♥♥♥

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  • Tom Donald 1 year ago

    I wish Seth was as funny as he evidently thinks he is.

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  • Eric David 1 year ago

    I can’t believe this isn’t on television.

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  • joshfactor1 1 year ago

    um, actually, it’s pronounced sir-shuh

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  • Jasmine Brown 1 year ago

    This is one of my FAVOURITE segments – never stop!

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  • Eric David 1 year ago

    Don’t be such a Nimrod when it comes to Biblical literacy, Seth!

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  • Jaakko Toijanniemi 1 year ago

    Hey. I love these ramblings, more please.

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  • Cy * 1 year ago

    Best segment

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  • Eric d'Peerik 1 year ago

    Correcting the correction… It’s time to tell them it’s bollocks and they can sod off

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  • aaron rumph 1 year ago

    Why is correction so much more enjoyable that the actual show, I just don’t know how this throw away idea is working so brilliantly

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  • DethstruXioN ™ 1 year ago

    “Corrections” is getting longer and longer, love it!
    Would be nice maybe to have Fred Armisan drop by to play the Psychiatrist once a month, giving you an ‘analysis’ and ’cause’ of the slip ups you’ve been making.

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  • Kathryn P 1 year ago

    Love Corrections!

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  • Linkefer Sweeps 1 year ago

    your therapist played by, Andy Samberg. I know you said she, but i still think he fits the part.

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  • محمد الأحمد 1 year ago

    Best thing in Youtube right now! Seth is Amazing!!

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  • Marcus Cactus 1 year ago

    May I venture a guess? TV version is for everyone and Digital Corrections is only for Americans? The private jokes are so numerous I soletimes feel I’m watching Chinese TV…

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  • Paul Butler 1 year ago

    What

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  • marlontransporter 1 year ago

    YASSSSSSS CANDICE!!!!!! 😆😆🤣😆🤣

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  • Noa Landsberger 1 year ago

    I wish I could see the crew too during these segments. Also during tiny secret whispers

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  • Nelson Atkinson 1 year ago

    KUNDUCKY WASNT INCLUDED TIME TO RIOT

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  • Daniella Schaening 1 year ago

    wtf is a pog???
    I love this segment so much, but I’m just sitting here learning because all the content is too white for me to even notice a correction needed to be made in the first place XD

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  • Jolene Kristovich 1 year ago

    I love this

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  • Simon May 1 year ago

    Correction, as a person from the region of Africa now known as Ethiopia, the Queen of Sheba would have drank Tej or T’ej, a honey based alcoholic wine, not a grape based wine like Pinot Grigio or Pinot Noir, as your joke with Phyllis Stein would imply. In fact, according to some translations of the bible and similar legends from the region, the Queen of Sheba famously brought Tej as a gift to King Solomon along with a caravan of spices and gold on a trade mission, and they toasted to their civilization’s peace and union with the Tej, and she supposedly got so drunk, she went to his bed, returned to her kingdom, and then bore King Solomon’s child. Now that is a walk-of-shame, or rather a “caravan-of-shame.”

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  • TheRealSullyG 1 year ago

    Part of me doesn’t want the audience to come back to this show, because I feel like Seth is one of the only late night personalities who has THRIVED in this format

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  • The Little Show 1 year ago

    You should have Sean McLoughlin or known as Jacksepticeye an Irishman to help ya he always has to help his other youtuber friends with theirs

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  • TheBlarggle 1 year ago

    Phyllis Stein is my favorite biblical character.

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  • deeds millar 1 year ago

    pinot is red or white …good job seth.

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  • Isabelle Trudeau 1 year ago

    Most enjoyable 10 minutes of my day 👌

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  • Vania Guillen 1 year ago

    Now I want to know who corrected him on Pino Noir

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  • Matthew Ryan 1 year ago

    Three cheers for Seth!! Lending himself to the anal retentive MUST BE CORRECT crowd! Hip Hip!! .. Hip Hip!! .. Hip Hip!!

    A**clowns better leave Sef alone!!!(Yelled like Brian Regan)

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  • Lawrence D’Oliveiro 1 year ago

    1:49 I see she still has that -face shield- ping-pong paddle for spittle …

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  • Adrian Bustos 1 year ago

    Love it!

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  • ladalsa 1 year ago

    Love/Hate this! He’s encouraging people to be more annoying but he seems so earnest.

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  • Lawrence D’Oliveiro 1 year ago

    4:40 This sommelier is from Somalia!?

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  • joe olguin 1 year ago

    I love this ^-^

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  • xuyahfish 1 year ago

    *Philistines weren’t Israelites or Israelis, just so you know.

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  • Lawrence D’Oliveiro 1 year ago

    What exactly does he mean “digital exclusive”? Aren’t TV broadcasts digital yet in 🇺🇸?

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  • Handlaid Tracks and 3D Printed Trains 1 year ago

    Isn’t it Benjamin Frankman?

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  • Fallon Dombroski 1 year ago

    Not true.. my black cat is named pinot noir!

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  • Afton Nelson 1 year ago

    In three months this segment will be an hour and a half long just to address all the running correction-gags that keep building on each other and I am HERE FOR IT!

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  • Henri Wadsworth 1 year ago

    More corrections: “Digital Exclusive” isn’t “a fancy word.” It’s a fancy *term*.
    “She was very indifferent and hostile to the arts.” Though it’s possible to be indifferent to something at one time and hostile toward it at another, those attitudes are mutually exclusive. The phrase “very indifferent and hostile” is either wrong or sloppy. Also, a case could be made that it is impossible to be “very” indifferent to something. If ‘indifferent’ means ‘not to care’, you can’t NOT do something to a greater or lesser degree. It’s like being dead (i.e. not living). You can’t be “very” dead.

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  • Mitchell Mackinnon 1 year ago

    In the time of the bible, what would they have had in museums?

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  • Alex Proaps 1 year ago

    This is the best segment ever. Also tell the haters it’s OK that you said Revorse Mortage! It just means your brain can read or see what you’re going to say before you can verbalize it so sometimes similar sounds get mixed up. You can read faster from the cue cards than you can say the words. I think it might be a similar language slip to a Spoonerism. “An error in speech in which corresponding consonants, vowels, or morphemes are switched between two words in a phrase.”

    So you switched the “or” sound from mortgage with the “er” sound in reverse. So it would sound more like revORse mERgage. 😅 but you got mortgage right. Any language experts here who know exactly what it is called?

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  • FesterWerks 1 year ago

    This has become the highlight of my week.

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  • Susan A 1 year ago

    Phillis Stein made me cry with laughing. I love this SO MUCH

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  • javachille 1 year ago

    As someone who was in middle and high school during the height of LMFAO, I 110% agree that it is incorrect to play shots without the “EVERYBODY”. You besmirch their artwork, you absolute Phyllisstein

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  • nebraskajohn 1 year ago

    “Yas Candace” is actually a plausible phrase in both ancient Hebrew and Greek depending on pronunciation, century, and verb-tense. As you mentioned, Candace [kdke] is a title not a name, roughly equivalent to Queen.

    Except (very minor correction):
    While they might have known roughly what the word meant, it would have still sounded notably foreign (Meroitic) to a native speaker of any of the main languages of the bible (Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, etc). That means a more accurate *transliteration* of kdke/candace into English isn’t “Queen” but something like Tsarina, Tsar, Emir, Sultan, or Khan.

    Love the segment. Keep it up!

    Oh, and “Yas Candace” could be pronounced in a way that basically means:

    Greek: “Hello Queen,” but the “hello” is sort of like “cheers.”
    So you could easily translate the Greek as “Cheers to the Queen,” or using a more idiomatic translation (for a British audience), “God save the Queen.”

    Ancient Hebrew: “”Discipline Queen” but the “discipline” carries more the connotation of warning, guiding, teaching.
    You could easily translate the Hebrew to “lord save me” or “lord help me” as an exclamation.

    The Hebrew version of “Yas Candace” is more likely to have actually been used historically, as there was a large Jewish population in Ethiopia during the reign of the Candace Queens. (And there is still a sizable modern Ethiopian Jewish community).

    Anyway, my point is: it’s fairly safe to say that someone living in Ethiopia over two thousand years ago said “Yas Candace” at least once.

    cites:
    https://www.abarim-publications.com/Meaning/Candace.html
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meroitic_language
    https://www.tripsavvy.com/greek-language-yasou-1525953
    https://biblehub.com/hebrew/3256.htm
    https://www.christianlingua.com/different-types-of-translation-explained/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Ethiopia

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  • grantyells 1 year ago

    I also enjoyed this segment. Good Content. Seth is more cynical in this format, and therefore funnier than normal, a bit more off-script banter is nice to see, especially when it cuts to a random crew member.

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  • Guilded Talleywacker 1 year ago

    This segment should be called “Corrections, followed by corrections of corrections, followed by debate of the aforementioned corrections, which will lead to other corrections leaving viewers in total confusion as to which/what corrections are correct”. HELP!!!!!!!

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  • Olivia Cox 1 year ago

    LOTS OF LOVE!
    ABOUT WINE—
    ACTUALLY Pinot refers to the roots of the word “Pine” from “pine cone” making a nod to the shape of clusters of wine.
    So your correctioners are wrong about what pinot means, especially when Pinot Noir is one of America’s top 3 most popular wines, giving it more creed to mean “Pinot NOIR” would be what you meant when you said “Pinot”

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  • Ryke Stearns 1 year ago

    This has quickly become one of my favorite parts of the week. Hilarious and educational.

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  • Clay Carter 1 year ago

    These just keep getting better. This one was a great exhibition of comic chops and timing. Good stuff!

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  • Seth Carver 1 year ago

    Seth, I another Seth, do hereby call you out you PHILISTINE! 🙂 In the US Marine Corps, POG is slang for a non-infantry serviceman (a Person Other than Grunt). Idk if that is the origin of 90s pogs, but i was only born in 1995

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  • Stephanie 1 year ago

    Ben Franklin did not invent electricity. Thomas Jefferson did.

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  • srajendra3977 1 year ago

    😂🤣😂😅😅😅😜😜

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  • Kate Ball 1 year ago

    This is the best segment. I love how you can actually pick out the laughs. Like you can totally tell when John Mulaney or Amber is laughing.

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  • old grey cat 1 year ago

    Thanks for the Phyllis Stein riff.

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  • Stephen LeBlanc 1 year ago

    Whoever said this is not good enough for TV is right…but it is GREAT for Youtube.

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  • Jacob Laughbon 1 year ago

    You did say reverse, but it sounded weird because that was the bit where you were doing Biden. 🙂

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  • James Tanner 1 year ago

    This is my absolute favorite segment.

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  • slevelneves 1 year ago

    This is my absolute favorite new segment.

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  • Kian Nielsen 1 year ago

    Umh, Pharao meant something like ‘great house,’ not king. It WAS a title bestowed on rulers/kings of Egypt from around the 12th century BC, but it seems to have referred to that rulers responsibility for the cosmic order of Egypt, maat.
    Only from around the 7th BC did pharao become a customary epiteth of Eqyptian kings.

    But I feel like this was a setup. Too easy.

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  • Amber Ventris 1 year ago

    Papa POGs

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  • nerdymess2025 1 year ago

    This segment is so fun

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  • Susan D 1 year ago

    The minute I see this segment, I click!

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  • Jake Frost 1 year ago

    Perfect content

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  • dreamonlady 1 year ago

    I love this digital exclusive.

    And only because I also remind my husband, it is Phi•LIS•tine (fuh LIS teen) not Phil•is•tine (Phil liss teen). 😉 But I like Phyllis Stein too 😆

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  • Bader Alaraimi 1 year ago

    You’re hilarious 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • Jesse Lind 1 year ago

    I think that the fact that this is online only needs to be corrected. Give us a full episode of corrections during hiatus.

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  • Jed Phoenix 1 year ago

    “Revorce mortgage” I thought was a funny Biden-sim, and exactly the way I would expect him to say it.
    I genuinely thought it was really well written and made me laugh because I thought it was dead-on!
    It wasn’t a mistake, Seth was just in character.

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  • Lex Slate 1 year ago

    Thank you, Seth. This is fucking bonkers and I appreciate all your hard work.

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  • ericka marra 1 year ago

    This was honestly one of my favorite corrections ever! You are fucking hilarious!💜💜

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  • Ethan Vuley 1 year ago

    POG is now an IPA with the flavors mentioned, so there’s a connection to Pogs!?

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  • BARBARA VON SCHLEGELL 1 year ago

    I just realized that Seth, too, has a Black second like all the other white guy hosts. Her name is Amber. And I find that interesting.

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  • Syrkyth 1 year ago

    POGS, actually started as the game “milkcaps” – the playing pieces were originally circular cardboard caps for glass milk bottles.

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  • JustCallMeDom 1 year ago

    This segment is one of my favorite things on the internet

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  • William Hunter 1 year ago

    Isn’t POG Pineapple Orange Guava, not Passionfruit? I’m not confident.

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  • Bouzsi 1 year ago

    I absolutely love* Corrections.

    I realized I misspelled “love” as “live”, so I came back to correct that.

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  • James Lynch 1 year ago

    “Journeyman” was the name of an excellent TV series back in 2007.

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  • Angela Songwriter 1 year ago

    Scotts man? It’s Scotsman. 😂

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  • connie donatelli 1 year ago

    Seth: “Nobody thinks this is a good idea”
    *loud, disembodied amber ruffin laughter leads other laughter*

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  • scaram0uche 1 year ago

    In your Sept 16, 2020 Closer Look you joked that Billy Joel fans don’t want to hear his new music but he hasn’t put out a full rock/pop album since 1993’s River of Dreams! His classical album Fantasies & Delusions came out in 2001. He has released 2 singles since then but no other albums. Please address this correction!

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  • Anonneemuss 1 year ago

    “Journeyman” was a fantastic 1-season TV show that got fucked over by the writer’s strike.

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  • Michael J. Beglin Jr. 1 year ago

    What to call people that don’t know anything about wine? Potheads

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  • Kat and Cat 1 year ago

    Not me thinking he was gonna say Play of the Game when he asked what POG stood for…

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  • Cody Land 1 year ago

    Lmfao No Seth.. Your cutting out the middle man! Alas, keep it up.. at least this isn’t some cut up fucking Jimmy Fallon <3

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  • Claire DB 1 year ago

    ‘Wee’ is 100% what irish people say. I’m irish. I say it all the time. Sorry to add to your corrections but you nailed the Prime Minister this time 🥳

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  • der.Schtefan 1 year ago

    This kind of stuff is why I love Seth. That and because I am OBSESSED

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  • J Canfield 1 year ago

    I’m enjoying this segment, even if you’re only doing it to show your dad that you’re perfect.

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  • MatchstalkMan 1 year ago

    “Sour Reese Ronan!” – Love it! I know that was deliberate – I saw the segment where you interviewed her.

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  • Nomadic Media 1 year ago

    There’s Pinot Noir and Grigio. People are so, uh, bored I guess?

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  • Jami Boothe 1 year ago

    It is serious fun, when you make fun, of fun. I sense a snowball of something here…I just can not put my funger on it.

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  • Michael Artzer 1 year ago

    THIS SEGMENT IS MY FAVORITE.

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  • MatchstalkMan 1 year ago

    Part of me is actually happy that Seth or one of his researchers or writers might have read my post in last week’s Corrections _digital exclusive_ and used that for the Taoiseach bit… of course, it could have been any number of other posts saying the same thing.

    But I was secretly hoping that Seth might address the ‘Irish Prime Minister’ correction for a second time … and he did! Yay!

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  • Cormac Conaghan 1 year ago

    Nailed the Irish pronunciation!!

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  • sandra robinson 1 year ago

    You know the Scotts are going to come after you next week. The bible Thumpers will be even worse.

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  • Eve Ozer 1 year ago

    Could you possibly refrain from saying “What else do we got” in Corrections, or, for that matter, anywhere else?

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  • - Slinger - 1 year ago

    I have no idea, but I’m gonna guess that farao doesn’t actually means king. 😜

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  • darthmorbous 1 year ago

    This is the best segment by far.

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  • Niall Cavanagh 1 year ago

    I don’t know who told you Irish people don’t say wee, we say wee all the time! “Give us a wee sip”, “he’s a wee prick”, “I’m going for a wee”, all we do is wee!

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  • Meera Naidu 1 year ago

    Next week- “Corrections- at a restaurant don’t ask your Somalia. Ask your sommelier.”

    Or ask your friends Irvine and Phyllis to order the wine for you.

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  • Plato Aristocles 1 year ago

    The fact that this late night talk show has ongoing LORE sets it apart so much from all other shows

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  • Ambika Lokesh 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • Justin Urban 1 year ago

    Best one yet.

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  • tdurran 1 year ago

    He pronounced taoiseach really well this time

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  • Nicole Wren 1 year ago

    I want a Corrections section dedicated to apologizing for insulting poor Spot (the Boston Dynamics robot dog that was practically disfigured by the police). You showed a bit of the promo video of Spot in a dangerous work environment, but you didn’t show any of the video of Spot dancing, did you?!?! Spot can’t help joining the leagues of the police dogs manipulated and forced into danger by police. Spot just loves to dance and be helpful. #JusticeForSpot

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  • Rob Friesen 1 year ago

    I seriously thought this was going to end up with “SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS” and feel that was a missed opportunity. No one had to tell Seth it was coming either.

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  • Rachel Garcia 1 year ago

    Speaking as a 36 year old who collected pogs at the hight of popularity, why do you have to treat me this way?

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  • J 1 year ago

    Seth! … you know what they say about opinions and a..h….! … everyone has one .
    Kudos to you you’re awesome

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  • sethdonut 1 year ago

    in your recent interview with Melissa Villaseñor you said “You have a wide breath of skills.” I think you meant “breadth.” Maybe you said “breadth” but it sounded like “breath.” The caption caught it was “breadth” but it was really borderline and I had to rewatch it a few times to hear it the right way. Anyway, hope this helps.

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  • Frank Benham 1 year ago

    You weren’t cool unless you were into Pogs sometime in the 93-95 time period. I think I actually only played it once. It was more about collecting the pogs and slammers. As a 10 year old I had already realized that some fads come back around and some things get more expensive as they get older. So yes, I’ve been holding onto pogs and slammers for the last 25+ years in the hopes that they’d be popular again one day.

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  • Niall Collins 1 year ago

    CORRECTION – Hi – I am Irish and we say “wee” all the time. All. The. Time.

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  • bing 1 year ago

    No it is a correction you’re f****** it all up bro play it the right way!

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  • Sam P 1 year ago

    Calling Shoemaker out for being a Phyllis Stein? Man, Seth is such an Irving Stein

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  • Kevin Cooley 1 year ago

    CORRECTION: “Digital Exclusive” is a fancy phrase or fancy title. It is not a fancy word.

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  • Emma Pursey 1 year ago

    This is my favourite segment. Never stop with this digital exclusive.

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  • America Project 1 year ago

    Duude, this experiment gone awry has grown to become more than 10 minutes long
    (In Amber’s voice:) SETH, this is not good for youu-*_wAH_*

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  • melek twelve 1 year ago

    For example Candice Bergen IS a queen. So who came up with the name Seth? Or as much as I love her. who came up with ‘Amber’?

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  • leonor correia 1 year ago

    I love love love this segment

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  • Katherine P 1 year ago

    I do love this segment. I know it might feel like we’re picking on Seth, but it’s a funny way to revisit past jokes and add on. Plus, being able to laugh at ourselves is really relatable.
    We wouldn’t have “Yaas Candice!” without corrections.
    Love what you’re doing Seth, I hope these comments don’t start to really bother you!

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  • hugo sanchez 1 year ago

    This is my favorite segment. “Yass Candace!”

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  • Jeremiah Shore 1 year ago

    I think this is a good idea

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  • Jackie Johnson 1 year ago

    This should be aired on TV 😂

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  • Geekeric 1 year ago

    This week I posted a comment on a monologue video where Seth did a great impression and I said it was “awesome”. I wasn’t trying to get upvotes, just point out that it was a great impression, but a woman said using the word “awesome” was “faddish” and that it bugged her. So I really want to improve my language use, especially in my YouTube comments where literate quality is an essential part of my very existence, so yes, this was an enjoyable and humorous video indeed. And it was awesome.

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  • ScienceBitch 1 year ago

    Why does Seth Meyers look like he’s been embalmed more and more each day

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  • America Project 1 year ago

    I hate to be *that guy,* but while we’re all piling on Seth Meyers:
    From Thursday’s _Closer Look:_ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UWSygPY0l4&t=8m20s
    8:20: “He [Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy (R)] was not ready for her to actually have such a detailed, _sub*STANT*ive_ list…”
    According to Merriam-Webster, the correct pronunciation is _“*SUB*stantive.”_
    But wait, you say, Merriam-Webster lists _“sub*STANT*ive”_ as an alternate, accepted pronunciation!
    Well, yes, but according to Merriam-Webster, that pronunciation is only accepted for the subsense “expressing existence” and the sense “having the nature or function of a noun”/“relating to or having the character of a noun or pronominal term in logic,” neither of which was what Seth intended AFAICT.
    So Seth’s pronunciation for the senses he almost certainly intended (“substantial,” “considerable in amount or numbers,” and/or “having substance”) is strictly nonstandard *_FAIL_*

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  • Kerry Robinson 1 year ago

    sommelier does not sound like Somalia, Seth. This segment is an Ouroboros of segments, a perpetual correction machine, and I love it

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  • Alicia Dollieslager 1 year ago

    This is such a great and silly segment. I love hearing the crew and writers laugh so hard at all the in jokes and digs. My favorite’s when you hear Amber. 😂

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  • HPLA25 1 year ago

    I was so ready for him to say the “Shots” comment wasn’t a correction then play it anyway. He’s going to give us that “Everybody” eventually.

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  • Matthew Currie 1 year ago

    Sounds like Seth has an issue with scottish people… 😒

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  • Sharon Prentice 1 year ago

    I was hoping someone else would correct last week’s error, when you pronounced Princess Eugenie “yoo-GENIE” but it’s pronounced “YOU-zhuh-nee,” and I have yet to hear any broadcaster pronounce it correctly so you could be the first. Also I believe “waistcoat” and “breeches” would have been “WES-cot” and “britches” in Franklin’s time. Though I don’t know how the South Boston thief might have pronounced it.

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  • dmodmodmo 1 year ago

    Corrections is probably my favorite thing on Seth Meyers now, it’s seriously up there with A Closer Look 😂

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  • Kirk W 1 year ago

    Best corrections yet!

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  • Ariel Zambenedetti 1 year ago

    Ummm, I’m pretty sure that in America “Philistine” is pronounced “philistEEn” (as in “Yas Qween”), whereas in England the general pronunciation is “philistINE”, (as in the word “wine”, of which Pinot Noir is a type). Seth used the American pronunciation at first, but then transitioned to the English translation to make his “Phyllis Stein” joke. To which I say, “PICK A LANE MEYERS”.

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  • Ross Tapson 1 year ago

    Has no one mentioned the actually true fact that the wife of Herod – that is, King Herod the great, slaughterer (allegedly) of the innocents – was called Doris? That’s right. “Doris Herod.”

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  • Panda Bear 1 year ago

    I don’t know who is or did the CGI of seth but when your awake you can see it isn’t him. Must be in Gitmo now

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  • Hermit Folgrim 1 year ago

    Possible correction weren’t pogs an old-timey cap for milk bottles??? Ask the sea captain surely he will know.

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  • annece ferron 1 year ago

    To think that YouTube commentators said that late night tv host had hard time dealing with this « no-audience » period… this weekly bit proves them wrong. I absolutely love it

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  • Kenny 1 year ago

    I re watched the clip where you plates “shots” and I agree…my body yearned for an “eevveryyybooddddy!”

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  • jerome reidy 1 year ago

    perfect this time

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  • silentjay01 1 year ago

    Wait, are you trying to tell me that all of Seth’s “mispronounciations” are NOT some elaborate code to use true believers?!?! What am I going to do with all these push pins and red string?

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  • chameleon47 1 year ago

    People “pointing out” the “pinot” problem reveal a huge problem with U.S. citizens. In the same or less time that it takes to point this out, one could use the internet to check their claim and realize their mistake.

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  • Angela Kaizer 1 year ago

    💕Love Seth SO much! He’s so natural at rapid fire speaking, I love when I have a delayed reaction and laugh after he’s on to the next 😉 Then he gets called out for a little Flub.

    This segment needs to be balanced out by a segment with what viewers loved 🥰

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  • skeptikai 1 year ago

    I love this segment so much

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  • Alex 1 year ago

    Okay, I don’t want to come off as a Phyllis Stein, or Karen Stein, but POG isn’t just Passion Fruit… When ordering shave ice in Ka’anapali, the P stands for PINEAPPLE… I mean come on…

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  • Veracious 1 year ago

    Is this supposed to be funny?

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  • Jack Lindsay 1 year ago

    I honestly thought Seth was talking about being a PAWG enthusiast… and then when he explained the acronym I realized he and John are even more twisted than I believed.

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  • Todd Dumond 1 year ago

    pharaoh actually refers to the kings house, it does not mean king

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  • bean Fiend Machine 1 year ago

    I’m getting early Conan vibes with these fan corrections. Very funny and cool to get a behind the scenes look 😎 at Seth and the crew having fun again!!!

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  • Spencer O 1 year ago

    Ummmm… PassionOrangeGuava “POG” is still a favorite drink in Hawaii. Don’t be disrespecting POG that way.

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  • Candis 1 year ago

    Duh Seth!

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  • Jodenator 1 year ago

    More corrections please!

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  • Erin Garv 1 year ago

    correction: this is an digital exclusive so why do they beep out ‘fucking’ at 10:13. guys, we gotta take this seriously.

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  • Redolent Thought 1 year ago

    This is some of my favorite Seth. This feels like Seth’s writing. The crew seems genuinely guffawed throughout.

    Also, the tone is perfect.

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  • Anon Anon 1 year ago

    For the next Corrections: Correctioners (def) obsolete: a person who administers correction,. As in a corrections officer. I don’t believe the person pointing out your mistakes did so in the capacity of a corrections officer. You should have said “Corrector”: one who corrects.

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  • UkulElla 1 year ago

    When they booted the audience, it became MY show. This is exactly the kind of comedy I love. You don’t really get this style of comedy outside of the podcast format (and I remember similarly niched references in Veronica Mars and Armando Iannucci shows), but I’m so happy it’s on my tv now.

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  • Mariana Denis 1 year ago

    💜💜💜💜💜

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  • Rebecca G. 1 year ago

    Correction: I think this is a great idea

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  • James E. 1 year ago

    sounds like Shone not Shawn for Neil Schon. 🙂

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  • Thomas Taylor 1 year ago

    Huh, Shamos is Scottish, that’s funny. By the way Seth we ALL heard “revorce”

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  • Brian Ferreira 1 year ago

    I love this please don’t stop

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  • Jacob Reynolds 1 year ago

    “Did you watch corrections papa ? “ 😂😂😂😭

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  • Paula Miranda 1 year ago

    Dad why do you have to be such a Phyllis Stein

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  • SnagglePuss daCat 1 year ago

    “Yaaaaaas “Candace”” was delivered with such authenticity and conviction…. priceless, yasss Seth, Yaas

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  • Xander_ Campbell 1 year ago

    So you sacked you’re Scottish writer because he was a Scotsman?!

    Yer a wee bawbag!! ✌️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇺🇲

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  • Bradford Whelan 1 year ago

    This…was time well spent…for everyone involved.

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  • Moronical 1 year ago

    These are the best conversations I have all week. Thank you.

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  • david oliver 1 year ago

    You are the best
    Seth
    And your team
    Please keep this going after the lockdown

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  • Mike28625 1 year ago

    The ancient philistine empire was known for producing very little original art. They preferred to import art from conquered nations or to copy motifs from others. They made great claims about their culture and style when in reality they were bluffing. Also see “dilettante”. A dabbler.

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  • Jeffrey Geltman 1 year ago

    I literally laughed so loud watching this my family asked if I was ok. i never laugh out loud.

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  • Lauren 1 year ago

    I hope this means that John Mulaney is out of rehab. Been thinking of him and hoping he’s doing ok. His is a strong Asian-American woman and deserves our respect!!!!!

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  • Carla M 1 year ago

    Wonder how long he’s going to keep doing this bit. This segment keeps getting longer…

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  • Brad Westlake 1 year ago

    Candace of Shiba was a really good callback joke.

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  • Hannah Crouch 1 year ago

    Wait can we get you to summarize a chapter or excerpt from the Bible bc technically it’s public domain and won’t cost y’all anything…. I would like to see it bc I never learned it as a child. Very interested in this… Phyllistine you speak of….

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  • Hannah Crouch 1 year ago

    Corrections is so special to me I will always revere it

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  • Hannah Crouch 1 year ago

    ALEX HAHAHAHHAA

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  • Jason Thompson 1 year ago

    This reminds me of cable access TV. I like your angle.

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  • Chases May 1 year ago

    This is better than prime time

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  • Mark Kleckner 1 year ago

    This is the best content from Seth Meyer show.

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  • ueblay 1 year ago

    This was hilarious. Also, he pronounced “polysemic” wrong. 4:05 Hopefully we’ll see that corrected next week.

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  • Phil Ryan 1 year ago

    … “Between me and the Audience” should be “Between the Audience and I”.

    Only a narccistic TV personality would position themselves as more important than the Audience!

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  • Wicked Awesome Gardening 1 year ago

    Yeah I totally was into POG’s in elementary school LOL But I am pretty sure I am older than John Mulaney…..

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  • RealjoeC A 1 year ago

    Srry

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  • jaquan powell 1 year ago

    Yass Candance 😂😂😂

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  • Mike Oxmall 1 year ago

    Seth’s so naturally funny! He’s for sure my fave late night host!!

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  • jordonbritchie 1 year ago

    Love these segments. Anyone else wonder what’s really written down on Seth’s notecard that says “this area has been cleaned and disinfected” on the back? Can’t possibly be a list of talking points? Can it?? 😂 Also, isn’t “cleaned AND disinfected” redundant??

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  • Stephen Shuttleworth 1 year ago

    I think homonym was correct; I remember the instance. FIRE SOMEBODY, literally. That’s polysemic!

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  • johnty425 1 year ago

    Just FYI, there is a Phyllis in the Bible. Just kidding, it’s actually Phoebe, but how funny would that have been?

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  • MrTylersmash 1 year ago

    *Sad Jay Pharaoh noises*

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  • silentsmurf 1 year ago

    That Phyllis Stein riff tho 👌 Seth is so sharp

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  • S McCrea 1 year ago

    please never stop

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  • Jenn Walkie 1 year ago

    Yes! You do you!

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  • Lisa Garrison 1 year ago

    Correction for like a month ago. You did a bit with a guy living entirely in the twitter verse where he kept awkwardly using Cis-Het to describe himself and Seth. Speaking as a transwoman that character lacks verisimilitude. IRL there is no guy like that who doesn’t self identify as Non-Binary purely in online spaces and calls trans people ‘Trans Med Exclusionary” if he gets called out on it being an affected bit of appropriation. No hate for my NB siblings in the fight for equality, but you know exactly who I am talking about.

    BTW Corrections is awesome. Seth should use these along with The Sea Captain stuff to form a compilation video of his journey through the madness of the plague year.

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  • Dave Heaven 1 year ago

    Just one more correction: sommelier – not sommalier 😎

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  • Beatrix Sullivan 1 year ago

    Hysterically funny.

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  • Hot Rod Andrube 1 year ago

    Best part of the show.

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  • Shiny DaRKO 1 year ago

    Iam just watching this, I am your age and had not heard of ‘Pogs’I’m not a complete c..t, just a little one,just not pogged ever.

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  • Jim Parker 1 year ago

    Change the background to a house of mirrors, then call the show, “Reflections on Corrections.”

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  • Thomas CS 1 year ago

    This is honestly becoming one of the funniest things on TV. Also I love how on each joke, you can hear Amber laughing in the background.

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  • M Sledge 1 year ago

    I love how this concluded.

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  • Anthony The ninja 1 year ago

    Hilarious

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  • An Ro 1 year ago

    Just perfect- what an ending! And um….. anyone who orders a glass of Pinot will get a glass of red wine- that’s what Pinot is. If you want the other Pinot, you have to say the full name, not just Pinot- thanks for clearing pointing that out to your audience!

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  • Dorian 1 year ago

    This segment is quickly becoming my favourite thing about this show

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  • Quantize Now 1 year ago

    It is actually Phil O’Styne. He was an Irish chariot racer and occasional barkeep who opened an Irish bar in Ashkelon 2 year before the parting of the Red Sea. He made a fortune from the returning Children of Israel. It’s all reported in Exodus. The bar was called “The Green Tabernacle”.

    All true.

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  • Stephanie Green 1 year ago

    I love this so much more than the typical segments.

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  • Cid B. 1 year ago

    Am I allowed to laugh at “Phyllis Stein”?

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  • Colin Robinson 1 year ago

    Your improv work is fucking magnificent! 😂😂😂👍🇦🇺

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  • Kenwick Cook 1 year ago

    Journeyman Eric Clapton?

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  • Ben Larsen 1 year ago

    Still wondering how much Matt Gaetz paid you to stop making fun of him…

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  • General Disarray 1 year ago

    I only regret that I have but one like to give for this video….🤣🤣🤣

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  • Sachin Mhaskar 1 year ago

    Right off the bat – ‘Digital Exclusive’ is actually 2 regular words for ‘not good enough for tv’, not one fancy word.

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  • Kel Green 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced, “Phi-LIS-teen.” From the Black chick in the Bible names Philistia.

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  • Margot Adams 1 year ago

    What are pogs?

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  • Andreya Martinez 1 year ago

    Capricorn ENERGY

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  • Peter Staubs 1 year ago

    Omg this is soooooooo funny. Soo good👋🏻🙌✨

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  • Anne Shillingsburg 1 year ago

    Philistine is actually the Arabic word for Palestinian even now, so it seems to me that continuing to use it as a synonym for uncultured is a slur, no?

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  • Pat's Amazing Blends 1 year ago

    Seth said Philisteen and through the Phyllis gag eventually pronounced it correctly bas Philistine.
    We need that addressing next week, thanks.

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  • Paul Deichmann 1 year ago

    Glorious, right up to and through the last moment: “when [the director] thinks we all understand the importance of getting everything right, he can cut the feed—“

    GUFFAW

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  • Laura Christine 1 year ago

    I was too proud of myself for getting the origin of passion fruit orange guavas.

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  • donna nesbitt 1 year ago

    oh seth

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  • Michele B 1 year ago

    You said “what else do we got?” 🤕🤔 or is it what else do we have?

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  • 8-happiness 1 year ago

    Don’t love the correction segment. And enough with Mash, please! Never liked it.

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  • Mark Clifford 1 year ago

    I’m pretty sure he’s pronouncing Philistine wrong, I think its pronounced like “stein” like Frankenstien

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  • Douglas Lees 1 year ago

    Jesus. Totally lacklustre

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  • Alex Valentine 1 year ago

    I love love love this.

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  • Akhenatonio 1 year ago

    I feel like I’m just having a conversation with Seth (we’re on a first name basis now) and I haven’t said anything back yet because I’m too busy laughing.

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  • Danika Rugg 1 year ago

    I love this so much. Also, love hearing Amber off in the corner laughing. Never stop this segment.

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  • Jeremiah Greason 1 year ago

    This was solid gold.

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  • Peter Niebling 1 year ago

    Best segment ever

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  • Adamant Forge 1 year ago

    Corrections, a bit that will be around long after television goes obsolete because Seth keeps feeding the meter with intentional errors.

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  • craftymama74 1 year ago

    This may be funnier than the show – we really enjoy and please keep this segment

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  • Matthew 1 year ago

    Best segment ever.

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  • Niall O'Donnell 1 year ago

    As an Irishman, I can confirm that we use “wee” constantly

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  • Joshwa Crasta 1 year ago

    Damn, this man is just hilarious 😂😂

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  • Combee Bowlin 1 year ago

    idk what this segment is but it’s great

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  • Ann E 1 year ago

    Hilarious!

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  • Kate Nicolson 1 year ago

    You are a hilarious delight

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  • Michael Swanger 1 year ago

    Be nice if you would pick random people from comments to do a zoom segment..i mean if we got a talking sea captain to get laughs how could average people not bring in some laughs

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  • Roshan Halappanavar 1 year ago

    Just a correction Seth.. At 7:45 joy said “what else DO we got?” whereas it should be “what else HAVE we got?” or “what else do we have?”.

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  • Mayur Patel 1 year ago

    The whole wallowing in failure is actually very very funny.

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  • Ebby C 1 year ago

    “it was Phyllis. There’s a woman in the bible…” haahahahahaha 🤣

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  • Irina Phoenix 1 year ago

    Is he a Scots man or a Scotch man?

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  • Irina Phoenix 1 year ago

    I’ll keep making suggestions anyway.

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  • nedomedo 1 year ago

    Did Seth just say “somalier” instead of sommelier at around 4:45?

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  • Joey S. 1 year ago

    Its obviously pronounced Cand-YAAAAAAS not to be confused with candyass

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  • Resume We La Burton 1 year ago

    Has anyone addressed you saying something about the Kenducky Senator?

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  • boRegah 1 year ago

    Call me a philistine all you want but I find this is the funniest of all Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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  • Cam Fifer 1 year ago

    I love how deadpan Seth is during all of these.

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  • David A. Craven 1 year ago

    Is anyone going to point out that Seth mispronouned ‘sommelier’?

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  • Ginger Hitzke 1 year ago

    This is such a good bit.

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  • Leafbinder 1 year ago

    I request that after you do the shots shots shots you do let the bodies hit the floor. who care about format : P

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  • Anita Richmond 1 year ago

    Congratulations ,excellent job💯

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  • Alicia Pearson 1 year ago

    God help us, never Say Newfoundland or Queensland.

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  • October Samuel 1 year ago

    ‘Not good enough for television’? No. TOO GOOD FOR TELEVISION.

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  • Seanzo 1 year ago

    Pharaoh actually means-That which you will become.

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  • Seanzo 1 year ago

    MORE AWESOMES!!!!!

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  • Kellie Thornton 1 year ago

    I’m glad I watched this lol

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  • John Vanderbeck 1 year ago

    God this was the BEST one yet. Seth is totally trolling now. Not even hiding it.

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  • Brad4Ellis 1 year ago

    Correction: “digital exclusive” is NOT a fancy word. It’s a fancy phrase.

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  • Liza Hko 1 year ago

    i feel crazy but i’m just listening for mulaney’s laugh

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  • Even Jones 1 year ago

    If racial political Civil war breaks out which late night host and TV host and reporters should be first casualties.

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  • Matthew Wallis 1 year ago

    Corrections is my favourite segment

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  • Hilariousness 1 year ago

    As a bartender (training to be a Sommelier) for over a decade, it annoys me when people order wine by just saying, “Pinot”. 🤦🏾‍♀️
    Then I ask, “Pinot Noir? Pinot Gris? Pinot Grigio? Pinot Nero?Pinot Blanc?!”.

    You can certainly tell who are the philistines trying to be a wine expert. And, don’t get me started on those who just say the region of the wine because they can’t pronounce “Gewurztraminer or Semillon”.

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  • ladygreenlife 1 year ago

    <3 <3 Finally!!!!!! Been waiting for this the whole week!!!!

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  • Heather M 1 year ago

    The “Philistine” / “Phyllis Stein” ramble… 😆😆😆😆

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  • Andreas Lehr 1 year ago

    its digital gold. part of me is sad that its over now – and seth will never – EVER – shine as bright as in this, ONLINE EXCLUSIVE ! FATHER !

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  • Brett Mastema 1 year ago

    I didnt know that anyone was into POGS I was in high school. I have the limited edition POGS you only get when you walk through the gate. It’s a stupid game like Pokemon and Magic The Gathering.

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  • C. Ray 1 year ago

    I’m so glad other people error in about the Debra and Candace errors and then correction errors. And also that someone wrote about the POGS “correction”. I was thinking that must’ve been a correction sent by a 20-something who thought the world didn’t exist before they were born 😂

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  • Nils Lanthemann 1 year ago

    Corrections became the best segment of the show

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  • Lo Lo 1 year ago

    Thanks for the poggers Pog facts. Of all the corrections so far, this was definitely your POG.

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  • Stephen Craig 1 year ago

    Seth trying to sneak his stand up by us. I’m going to watch it every week to catch him out.

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  • Anna Gettings 1 year ago

    Loving this segment! And yay! You finally got the Prime Minister of Ireland’s name right! I told you that a fortnight ago! 😂

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  • govertical72 1 year ago

    I’ll look forward to next week when you correct your pronunciation of Journey-Man Neil Schon’s name.(I think anyway) Love this segment!

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  • Whitney ONeal 1 year ago

    Please please make the live audience not be allowed back

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  • Si Mac 1 year ago

    Philistine’s pronounced incorrectly… Weirdly, you corrected it when referencing Phyllis Stein

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  • Muzaffer Topdagi 1 year ago

    You keep saying “digitalonlydigitalonly” about “corrections but the fact of the matter is nowadays TV is also digital-only. No analog anything is left. Shot digital, stored digital, transmitted digital, watched on digital devices. So put that in your corrections digital pipe and smoke it. Thanks.

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  • Molly Jarvis 1 year ago

    The Candace saga is r i v e t i n g

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  • clauseIV1918 1 year ago

    “Pharaoh” does not mean “king”. It means “Great House” and referred originally to the royal palace. Only some time during The New Kingdom did it come to refer to the person living in the royal palace, i.e. the king.

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  • Sharona Maynard 1 year ago

    The Phillis Stein bit had me rolling.

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  • Aaron Wilson 1 year ago

    I love how fast Alex cuts the feed 😂
    This is such a great segment. It has been getting exponentially longer which I hope means they love making it as much as I love watching it.

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  • Taylor Reeves 1 year ago

    I like how online only still means “not good enough for tv” even though cable is obsolete and online content is where it’s at.

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  • Jeremy C 1 year ago

    All these shows are corrections… Seths on meth.

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  • Michael Didner 1 year ago

    This is my favorite part of the show now

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  • Rene Aviles 1 year ago

    What a brilliant segment.

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  • Michael Kay 1 year ago

    “yassss candace”

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  • VickyG212 1 year ago

    “No good enough for TV!?” You mean not worthy enough for TV!

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  • Earthlings United 1 year ago

    THIS! Is a good idea. 😍

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  • Andrew Adams 1 year ago

    Keep them coming, I love this stuff!

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  • Robin Gray 1 year ago

    Why Seths hands look like he bathed in buttermilk

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  • lukebal 1 year ago

    Literally the best Corrections yet

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  • Lelynn Miller 1 year ago

    OHHHH… i was JUST ABOUTA SAY… 🙋🏼‍♀️ being that i’m some1 who worked at Noodles & Company, for a couple yrs, i know ALL ABOUT some Pinot Noir!! 🍷

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  • Lelynn Miller 1 year ago

    do better, Seth’s Dad… DO BETTER!!

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  • JJProductions 1 year ago

    Yeah but candice fit in your mouth?

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  • Candi the Great 1 year ago

    As a Candice I am excited….

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  • Amy Jean Grau 1 year ago

    You got Taoiseach right! Good Seth, good man!
    I love this digital exclusive. I’m learning so much as well as enjoying your self-deprecating pedantry. It’s just beautiful.

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  • edmasamo 1 year ago

    Why is this week of Monday but published on Friday? Pls correct to Week of Friday

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  • Robert Wagner 1 year ago

    Phyllis Stein, I am dying!

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  • Charles Bronson 1 year ago

    I am 37 and was into pogz in the 90s. I still have a set of them if you want them Seth. 😀

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  • Charles Bronson 1 year ago

    I think people that nit pick your dialogue are deuschbags. Yet, its fun to listen to you do corrections. 😀 This digital exclusive is a web exclusive. T.v.s now get digital signals. Excuse me Seth, are your from the past? 🤣

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  • Brian T.V. 1 year ago

    I can’t even 😂😂😂

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  • JuLie Vola 1 year ago

    pinot can be red …. ugh americans ! haha

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  • Lauren Stephenson 1 year ago

    I think I prefer Corrections to the actual show.

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  • Cerex Flikex 1 year ago

    This is never ending, and that’s a good thing 😂

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  • Violent Solution 1 year ago

    I love the corrections so much, I NEED them in my life.

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  • Jadia Havala 1 year ago

    Best one I’ve watched of two so far 😂

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  • Chelsea Armstrong 1 year ago

    My favorite part is Amber cracking up in the background.

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  • Leigh Colby Greenwald 1 year ago

    I love how Seth tells us to take this more seriously.

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  • Shelly Johnson 1 year ago

    “Corrections” Seth is the best Seth.

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  • Andreí Torres 1 year ago

    Maybe pogs became popular in the 90’s but I’ve seen some from the 70’s…

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  • Name of the Rose 1 year ago

    But, it often seems, homonyms are more into polysemy.

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  • Alex Laskaris 1 year ago

    Love this!

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  • Marcus Jennings 1 year ago

    This is probably my favourite part! Keep up the amazing show!!!

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  • melanie sherman 1 year ago

    Omgosh, I was in tears, laughing

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  • Tyson Blanquart 1 year ago

    Phyllis Stein was Hedwig & The Angry Inch’s manager in the movie, played by the wonderful Andrea Martin

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  • Backinblack Bunny 1 year ago

    I still have my pogs that I bought in 93 from a neighbor with money I stole from my dad’s wallet when I was 9. I’m 37. Just fyi

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  • US3R 1 year ago

    Dude this is SO META omg

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