CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, April 26

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Published on April 30, 2021

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing “substantive” before taking a moment to rant about Ben & Jerry’s not giving Late Night its own flavor.

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379 comments

  • MARSHAL BAEK 1 year ago

    Gotta love corrections.

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  • Kevin J 1 year ago

    I am fond of this segment

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  • Yash Chawda 1 year ago

    I clicked on this so quickly!

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  • Joshua Mullins 1 year ago

    I love corrections

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  • evilpeach2 1 year ago

    Mooo

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  • vardaan gandhi 1 year ago

    substantive is correct both ways lol

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  • McHollander 1 year ago

    Iceland is part of the Schengen area, so no, no work permit required either.

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  • captainmercy87 1 year ago

    This is my favorite part of the show.

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  • Catherine Dempsey 1 year ago

    At the end he was channeling Mr Rogers.

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  • Amber Hamilton 1 year ago

    I love love loooooove your Vince Vaughn!! Makes me laugh so hard!!

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  • phobos258 1 year ago

    Corrections is definitely my favorite segment of the week.

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  • erik lapidus 1 year ago

    That paper is blank on the side he’s looking at.

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  • Alastair Dallas 1 year ago

    Seth’s memoir: “My Mother, My Sommelier”

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  • Nothing to see here. Move along. 1 year ago

    You said “Kroger’s” in your correction. The correction in which you mentioned it isn’t called “Kroger’s.” So was that even really a correction?

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  • Berserkir Claws 1 year ago

    God I like this 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • K 1 year ago

    Also, whoever came up with “Yo Yo Moo” is a beautiful soul too precious for this world. Seriously you are adorable!

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  • ArcaneSky 1 year ago

    Your Ben and Jerry’s Ice cream would be:

    “Amber Says Nuts!”

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  • Korben Dallas 1 year ago

    So when does this show go strictly youtube? Become a production for the writers own repetitive setups and tired references.

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  • Niro 1 year ago

    bears does not hibernate.

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  • Sha K 1 year ago

    OMG i LOVE the vince vaughn impression!!

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  • Erin Voaklander 1 year ago

    CORRECTION: “Irish Troll” is not a thing either. They are called “fairies” in Ireland. PS: this segment is everything and we love you.

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  • Floyd Blandston 1 year ago

    You mispronounced New DUMPster as New HAMPshire…

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  • Marcea Susanna Becerras 1 year ago

    I think you worry too much about the feedback. Present your show I love it I don’t care what kind of mistakes you make I don’t think a lot of other people do either.

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  • joshfactor1 1 year ago

    i love how the show has basically turned into a late-night version of um, actually

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  • Kent Rohlfing 1 year ago

    This has a very Tom Snyder feel to it.

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  • Camilla Okamoto 1 year ago

    You said your mom gave wine to “My brother and I,” but it should be “My brother and me.” Just saying.

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  • Xew DiBenedetto 1 year ago

    These keep getting longer, wanna see how it is in a year.

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  • Qsie 1 year ago

    #correction lmao:

    5:00 Said “Kroger’s” again

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  • Bob W 1 year ago

    “Make my brother and I” should be “… brother and me”.

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  • robin orona 1 year ago

    box checked for: ‘TIS THE SWEETEST HERB!!

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  • Ramisa 1 year ago

    you’re my second favourite person from new hampshire after ludwig

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  • B F 1 year ago

    … “my brother and ME” drink a full bottle of wine!

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  • Derrek Kestrel 1 year ago

    I heard that as “Lick-i-Pedia” and was like, when did they make scratch n lick braille?

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  • Kimberly Colley 1 year ago

    Stefon would love “A Closer Lick.”

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  • Aleks Pluth 1 year ago

    When he said “Alex” out of nowhere, I got legitimately startled.. made me look up from my Chex Mix real quick!

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  • Warren Uecker 1 year ago

    …make my brother and ME…

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  • Michael Hake 1 year ago

    For future use, the accent on “applicable” is on the first syllable, not the second.

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  • Max Mydat 1 year ago

    hi Seth, hope you’re good 🙂 i’m not sure i’ve ever noticed a mistake and had it lessen the joke but it’s cool you’re striving for perfectionism, i think i get how that could be stressful though (writing internet comments is really weird)

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  • Tristan Cox 1 year ago

    You don’t need a working visa to work in Iceland if you have an Irish passport. It’s part of the Schengen area. You do if you’re Northern Irish now that they’ve left the EU but your accent was clearly republican.

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  • Richard Nunez 1 year ago

    I love this, it’s hilarious!

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  • John Sahr 1 year ago

    All I’m saying is that Viking is pronounced “VEE-king” ya stupid New Hampshire gnome. Other than that, it’s all good.

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  • Emil Jansson 1 year ago

    Seth’s claiming this is recorded on the 26th, yet he is wearing the shirt he wore in the tapings from the 29th. I call foul.

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  • Nathan Rockett 1 year ago

    More Vince Vaughn, and more Goldblum while you’re at it. The impressions are some of the best.

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  • Janson Michael Steffan 1 year ago

    “Corrections” is my favorite part of the week. Thank you. 💜

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  • sarah 1 year ago

    i love that this is just written on the back of a random piece of paper

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  • Danielle Yandt 1 year ago

    This is what late night should be. Perfection

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  • Rowan Lewis 1 year ago

    My ice cream name vote is for: “You Guys, That Was a Spumoni-logue”

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  • Anon Anon 1 year ago

    I pointed this out last week. You forgot about how you called people who corrected you “correctioners” last week. That is a term used for someone in the field of corrections, such as a prison guard or warden. Bastards. You, that is, not the correctioners. You are bastards.

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  • hildeb44 1 year ago

    I hate to point this out, but isn’t tv broadcasting nowadays all digital? So it should be an internet exclusive?

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  • Jodenator 1 year ago

    Thank you to the poor soul who now has to scroll through all of our YouTube posts to get content for these – your sacrifice is not in vain

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  • John Goodwin 1 year ago

    Unliever own B&J so your parent company rule did not last long

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  • OfficialDungeons 1 year ago

    These are always fucking comedy gold

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  • Jennifer Allen 1 year ago

    Visibility for Icelandic gnomes.

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  • Guilded Talleywacker 1 year ago

    Um, I believe you did the gnome using an Irish accent, not an Irish voice, whatever that is. Also, Piggly Wiggly is owned by Kroger, not Krogers as you pointed out. Come on man!!!!!

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  • c.e. foye 1 year ago

    You just said “KrogerS” again

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  • JCCarven 1 year ago

    Thanks, that’s really nice! Keep going!

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  • Kristen Halloran 1 year ago

    Highlight of my Fridays – thank you please don’t stop. Also. Angry Seth is hilarious. More angry Seth but only the righteous anger / those are the bedt

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  • E E 1 year ago

    the ice cream bit was amazing

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  • Jeff McParland 1 year ago

    #acloserlick hilarious #LNSM

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  • Erin 1 year ago

    Great segment! Kroger doesn’t own piggly wiggly. I’m from ohio and live in Cincinnati and say krogers consistently. It’s a thing where we pluralize things for no reason. You’re totally fine. Good luck with all the corrections.

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  • Mason Cruse 1 year ago

    His card is the back of a cleaned area card…seth, good job on recycling man

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  • Victoria Joyce 1 year ago

    The Jeff G was weak.

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  • Michele Kett 1 year ago

    Seth I love this segment it’s hilarious, I try not to eat breakfast while I I’m watching because my coffee ends up on the table.

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  • grovedas 1 year ago

    Hi! It’s Eric again. During “Corrections,” you said, “She would make my brother and I drink…wine.” That’s incorrect. Suppose you only put yourself in the sentence: “She would make I drink…wine.” See? “I” can only be the subject of a sentence, performing the action of the verb “make.” But in your sentence, you need “me,” an object, a word that receives the action of the verb: “She would make my brother, and she would make me, drink a full bottle of wine.” Or, even, “She would make my brother and me drink a full bottle of wine.” Thanks, and I love your show!

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  • Cynthia Brandt 1 year ago

    I fear Seth is going round the bend 😂

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  • Liam Stoulil 1 year ago

    Kim Jong-Spoon would be the North Korean Ben and Jerry’s flavor

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  • Kristina Dniprenko 1 year ago

    Seth, as far as late night hosts go, you are my Now and Forever Favourite.

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  • Matthew Cianci 1 year ago

    please never put a suit back on. love the casual look

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  • NessaMarks 1 year ago

    vaughn/goldblum is exactly why you didn’t do impressions on snl.

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  • izzybeth 1 year ago

    thank you Seth for joining us down in comment section hell

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  • NckMrrtt 1 year ago

    SUBstantive is the American pronunciation. I’m Australian so I pronounce it like the rest of the world: SubSTANtive.

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  • Bruce R 1 year ago

    I really think these are funny. Makes me smile.

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  • Nikita M 1 year ago

    I am now only watching the corrections each week.

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  • Dermatillomaniac 1 year ago

    The ice cream flavor should be Sea Captain Salted Caramel 😀

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  • Védís Huldudóttir 1 year ago

    as an Icelandic fan I am absolutely living for this segment right now. also a good Icelandic accent is just Björk.

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  • Scott Davenport 1 year ago

    Loved the spontaneous burst of laughter from Amber when Seth said “Kim-Jong chill”😂 during his Ben & Jerry’s musings. He’s right about being from New Hampshire though as they are based in Vermont. Perhaps if Seth asked Bernie Sanders to sign a Petition for:
    “A Closer Lick.” What flavor could they possibly create?
    “Late Night Lobster Bisque?”🤔😂

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  • Maile Louie 1 year ago

    You’re the BEST Seth!

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  • roobixtube 1 year ago

    At first I thought, if the gnome/troll is from the republic of ireland, they wouldn’t need a visa to work in iceland because they’re both in the European Union. BUT I did some basic research and learned today that Iceland is not in the EU. Thanks, Seth, for helping me learn something new today.

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  • Meredith Lynn 1 year ago

    I don’t understand why your Vince Vaughn impression is so bad 😆

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  • AdultishGambino 1 year ago

    These are my favorites. You cutting up with the crew is hilarious

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  • Ric Ladouceur 1 year ago

    There both correct.

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  • David Rodriguez 1 year ago

    First, I *LOVE* corrections!
    Second, I really, REALLY hope that first thing Monday morning, the folks at Unilever send Seth a prototype of “A Closer Lick” ice cream.

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  • Bára Halldórsdóttir 1 year ago

    Gnomes are smallish right? Icelandic trolls are more of the giant type, the Norwegian are the tiny ones :). So let’s look at our small options. Búálfar ( tricksy small pixie size elfs that hide your things like keys ), Álfar ( gnomish and live in hills and stones ), Huldufólk ( lotr kind of elfs, tall and live in cliffs ). I personally would be looking into the Yule lads even though they are a bit of season, but they are known thieves and probably would like your fermented shark or mantaray. For future reference, just call me for any weird Icelandic thing, I love these things too much. Ethnology and random lectures on anything Icelandic or weird are a hobby. I will also probably get at least one Icelander who feels I’m wrong, but to that I say bah humbug, my momma says I’m always right. Ps Amber if you need anything pronounced in Icelandic, call day or night. And Irish people, we’re sorry… the ethnology of the word ransack says everything about our manners back then.

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  • Beep Boop 1 year ago

    We really just want digital exclusives to be uncensored

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  • Janna Gahlee 1 year ago

    New fave part of my week end. I rewatch this more than a closer look 👀

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  • CumulusSkies 1 year ago

    Doh! You stepped in it AGAIN! You said Piggly Wiggly was owned by KrogerS, not Kroger. 🤣

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  • M. Brysch 1 year ago

    In Chicagoland we get our groceries at Jewels. It’s got a invisible s.

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  • Ingo Nagel 1 year ago

    The troll could work for 3 months without a permit.
    The hard part would be getting registered his legal domicile, I suspect. For after the 3 months. You do need an adress, and forest over, next to the volcano there , might not be sufficient…

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  • Leon Deveraux 1 year ago

    Give Seth a B&J flavor lmao

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  • Ivy Bee 1 year ago

    Why did Seth do an “Italian American ” New York style accent 🤔 besides the fact that people outside of New York and New Jersey seem to think that’s what all New Yorkers sound like and they always tell me I don’t sound like I’m from Brooklyn and when I ask how I’m supposed to sound they do a Robert DeNiro from taxi driver or Dustin Hoffman from midnight cowboy. Isn’t Schumacher a Jewish last name. 🤔

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  • Megan Gee 1 year ago

    I love the salt.

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  • Philip Spencer 1 year ago

    The corrections will continue to be about last times corrections lol

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  • Seth L 1 year ago

    I’m literally eating The Tonight Dough B&J’s (I totally prefer seth) but A CLOSER LICK would be amazing

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  • Mephitis Mephitis 1 year ago

    Although the pedants will correct “Kroger’s” to “Kroger “, in the Midwest you’ll only hear people call it “Kroger’s”. I say this as an Ohioan, the state in which Kroger’s in headquartered.

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  • dkamouflage 1 year ago

    Let’s all agree though…Seth’s Owen Wilson is *ON. POINTE.*

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  • Thomas Egan 1 year ago

    I love this segment, but; I fear it will end when the staff can actually go to a bar after work on Thursday.

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  • Lance Mealer 1 year ago

    If this is a digital exclusive, is your other stuff ever broadcast with an analog signal?

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  • Baby Fish 1 year ago

    my mother “would make my brother and ME”. Not “make my brother and I”.

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  • Arun Philip 1 year ago

    The subtitle said “Kroger’s” which he referred to as a plural, but it’s a possessive? Strange.

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  • czarkill 1 year ago

    I love your Vince Vaughn. Never stop

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  • West .Raz 1 year ago

    lol saw me hey?

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  • Philip Spencer 1 year ago

    Speaking of, did you hear we are getting our Ben and Jerry’s flavor?

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  • illuminaut 1 year ago

    I really thought the word he mispronounced was “Somalia”, not “Somellier”, and the joke about him drinking a full bottle of wine as a kid didn’t make much sense in that context 😀

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  • keira✿ 1 year ago

    I’m hoping he keeps the studio audience small/none, he’s genuinely talking to the folks watching him on screens not the super few who can make it to 30 rock. and addressing these “corrections” like a local news paper does make it feel like a friend being real with you. Thank you Seth.

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  • CarlosMensuckass 1 year ago

    I love dry humor, and this is the driest Seth there is.

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  • Raymond M. 1 year ago

    Seth, in the story about your mom having been a middle school French teacher, you should have said, “… my brother and me,” not “my brother and I.” You would never say, “Every night before dinner, my mother would make I drink a bottle of wine,” would you? Of course not! Well, adding “my brother and” before that does not change anything. What you did is called an over-correction.

    Thank you for your attention.

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  • illuminaut 1 year ago

    “digital exclusive” is two words!

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  • Birdie Blue 1 year ago

    I love how he wrote it all on a sign that said”this area has been cleaned and disinfected”

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  • Khalidah Ali 1 year ago

    That *is* how you pronounce substantive though

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  • John 1 year ago

    I go to Kroger all the time. I call it “Krogers”.

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  • Michael Parks 1 year ago

    😂

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  • John 1 year ago

    Ben & Jerry’s Kim Jong-Prune.

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  • Project Amis 1 year ago

    You wanna know how to differentiate Vince Vaughn impression vs the Goldblum impression? Watch The Lost World: Jurassic Park several times. Then you’ll know.

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  • senselocke 1 year ago

    1:37 — “No thesauruses at the Gentile house”. Plural of “thesaurus” is *thesauri.* (Kidding, both are valid, but it’d have been a great cut-in correction in the bit). Love you folks!

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  • Andrew 1 year ago

    Add Kroger not Krogers to next week’s list as well. The parent company is certainly not plural.

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  • Zombie Chicken 1 year ago

    I say sub STAN tive too. I say we are right seth!! Ps love this section!!!

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  • Peter Breitmaier 1 year ago

    Every night before dinner she would make my brother and ME drink a bottle of wine… Good thing she wasn’t an English teacher 😘

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  • ZarlanTheGreen 1 year ago

    Actually, both “substantive” and “substantive” are perfectly good ways of pronouncing the word “substantive”. (and oh, how wonderfully that comes across, in text)

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  • ZarlanTheGreen 1 year ago

    A thesaurus doesn’t tell you the pronunciation. A dictionary might, depending on the dictionary, but thesauruses just tells you what synonyms the words have.

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  • Lee Offshore 1 year ago

    Never stop doing these – best part of the week!

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  • mikko penttilä 1 year ago

    I have never been day drinking with Seth Meyers! I think this is something that should be corrected. Love the show!

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  • logan chale 1 year ago

    French speaking person here : If you were trying to pronounce the word ” sommelier” then we do pronounce the “L” in french. So you sounded right the first time. Now, depends on what you consider ” the right pronunciation” to be but i think that if it’s a french word, you just go “french” on it.

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  • KokoroNoKawari 1 year ago

    I miss the sea capt

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  • Earthling432 1 year ago

    Correction. Bears don’t actually hibernate they go into a torpor.

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  • Earthling432 1 year ago

    Good Jeff goldbloom

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  • EverythingisEverything 1 year ago

    “Digital exclusive” ARE two words, Sethan.

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  • Claudia Brugman 1 year ago

    “SubSTANtive” is an acceptable pronunciation, Seth. Check Merriam. But I like how you said “Krogers” at the end of the Kroger correction.

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  • Mariana Denis 1 year ago

    Never stop this

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  • Steven Wiederman 1 year ago

    everyone calls kroger krogers in indiana

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  • Rike M 1 year ago

    CORRECTION: Even if it is hard to believe as an American, but actually no: as a member of the EU (like Ireland) you don’t need a work permit to work in Iceland. At some point you have to register your residency, but at that point you can already be working for a while. Source: https://vefur.island.is/en/immigrants/employment/limited-work-permits-/
    “Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish citizens do not need any work permit in Iceland. The same applies to citizens from countries within the European Economic Area (EEA).”

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  • Sunniva 1 year ago

    Iceland is part of EEA so EU citizens (including Irish people) don’t need permits to move or work there… They need to register residency and tax card after 3 months, but no permit is ever needed. So…

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  • buschbohne001 1 year ago

    And another correction for next week. EU Citizens (as Irish) can work in Iceland (and the rest of the EU) without a workingvisa.

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  • greenAbbot 1 year ago

    “Corrections” is my favorite segment in the Covid era. Those awkward pauses contrast so much with “A Closer Look” where, without an audience, Seth doesn’t make a single pause to let a joke land. I’m still looking forward to getting the audience back so that “Jokes Seth Can’t Tell” can become my favorite again, though.

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  • Cyclops Was Right 1 year ago

    Seth looks a year older every time he does the Corrections bit. It’s like his very soul is being bleached out of him every time. Which is good, because I want him to feel the way *I* felt every time i saw that effin sea captain.

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  • Me B 1 year ago

    I want a Seth Meyers ice cream!! Stephen Colbert had one!!!!

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  • ALX 1 year ago

    Hate to break it to you, Ireland and Iceland are both in schengen, you don’t Need a working permit within the schengen zone 😄

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  • Scott Ashley 1 year ago

    Is it ‘thesauruses’? Or is is ‘thesauri’?

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  • Chris Rathbun 1 year ago

    OMG Amber laughing from the audience. Cracks me up, especially after the TCBY joke.

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  • Lisa S 1 year ago

    The pencil is a nice touch to my favorite digital exclusive. I literally look forward to this.

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  • Gary Byrne 1 year ago

    Kim Jong-chill?
    Ben & Jerry’s flavor from Pyongyang would be called Kim Jong-spoon.

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  • Mary Kay Jolley 1 year ago

    Make my brother and ME

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  • Chris Oposnow 1 year ago

    Jimmy Fallon has ice cream and he sucks.

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  • Inezz Mullins 1 year ago

    I feel like there is a lot of naval examining going on here along with too many ” inside jokes.

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  • Colle85 1 year ago

    Well, I’m afraid you need to go on with this segment a bit longer, because I have a correction for you:
    Citizens of the EU (European Union) are actually free to live and work in any part of the EU without the need for any kind of visa (or working permit)

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  • Larry Dean 1 year ago

    I think you meant to say make my Brother and Me drink a bottle of wine.

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  • Laughter Talks 1 year ago

    Most of the people writing in a correcting you have low IQ’s all they can do is wait for someone to make what they think is an error. LOL. People who don’t do anything of their own, live to critize others. OMG your show is to make people laugh! I’m from Jersey, I don’t pronounce anyting good…..LOL LO LLL

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  • Laughter Talks 1 year ago

    I just love your impressions!

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  • L. Hettrick 1 year ago

    I don’t have Twitter, so I’m voting to say yes to Vince Vaughn impressions!

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  • Mke Chandler 1 year ago

    He said Krogers again 💀

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  • Alba 1 year ago

    My favorite segment! ❤️❤️❤️

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  • Mary Hamilton 1 year ago

    I live for these

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  • Vincent McMillan 1 year ago

    both pronunciations of substantive are correct

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  • annando 1 year ago

    Just to make a correction to a correction: An Irish gnome wouldn’t need a working permit to work in Iceland. A EU citizen can work in Iceland without any permission.

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  • cerka27 1 year ago

    I look forward to corrections. 😍

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  • Burnt Reynolds 1 year ago

    Wow, Seth looks upset the entire time in this video.

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  • Ginger Hitzke 1 year ago

    I thought a closer look was my favorite segment… and then it was Amber Says What…. now it’s corrections.

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  • Peter Baxter 1 year ago

    Sub-Stan-tive is correct in Australia. Time to move?

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  • C M 1 year ago

    All of these should refer to :57

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  • Rachel Erin 1 year ago

    Actually, doing a thing where you only say the parent companies would be kinda funny. Suddenly we’d realize how much Amazon owns. “This week Amazon reported that Amazon….”

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  • Rachel Erin 1 year ago

    It’s true–“Pharaoh” is like referring to the president as “the White House”

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  • Mark W 1 year ago

    Is this funny how much does he pay people to laugh in background

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  • Tryggvi Theodorsson 1 year ago

    Seth…damnit..that seemed very passively-aggressive towards my countrymen. I know that’s the jist.. but the vikings have been triggered

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  • Dev M 1 year ago

    I needed that Goldblum/Vaughn impression SO BAD SETHLY

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  • Mitchell Williams 1 year ago

    I love the Vince impression

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  • Travis Richey 1 year ago

    I would 100% buy a pint of A Closer Lick
    ~Trav

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  • Tori Sloane 1 year ago

    In the captions the alleged mispronunciation of “sommelier’ is interpreted as “Somali-eh”. For a sec I thought it was a description of something from Somalia (a place I’ve been) that I hadn’t heard of yet.

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  • createdtodance7 1 year ago

    In the spirit of Corrections…. 😉
    “My mother was a middle school French teacher, and every night before dinner she would make my brother and I drink a full bottle of wine.”
    *my brother and ME
    I= subject
    me= object

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  • Kat Amador 1 year ago

    How do you not choose “A Late Bite with Seth Meyers” as your ice cream name?

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  • William H. Baird 1 year ago

    “A Closer Lick” Of Course!
    Come on B&J… This is gold!

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  • Kalvin Ward 1 year ago

    If you’re from the mid-west and don’t say “Krogers” I don’t trust you

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  • jaclyn hendricks 1 year ago

    I’ve lived in Wisconsin for 40 years and all the Piggly Wiggly stores in my area closed up over a decade ago. The local Pick n Save, however is owned by Kroger, so I had no issues with the original joke.

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  • Samuel Nadasky 1 year ago

    “not good enough for tv” cope harder while you work your dying medium. You probably get more views on youtube than you ever get from tv 😂
    I kid I’m sure tv will survive in some form. Something has to be put on in waiting rooms coffee shops and airports

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  • Allmod Cons 1 year ago

    So much grin and giggle ache! Love from the UK 😂✌️♥️

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  • Mac Swanton 1 year ago

    Now say ‘substantial’

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  • scott williams 1 year ago

    Correction: Kroger owns Pick N Save in Wisconsin

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  • Maria Federowicz 1 year ago

    And no, you were saying that maybe the Irish troll needed a visa, and corrected that maybe they were working. No visa AT ALL is needed between EU ‘states’. (I live in Finland.)

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  • C J Heeley 1 year ago

    2 years ago i had a great life i enjoyed myself met friends and went to parties. I feel like Corona has put 20 years on me. I now wear slippers, dribble and argue with the TV all the time. I feel like grandpa Simpson or a FOX News addict!

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  • splaz 1 year ago

    lol they should rename all roads named Rockefellar with Floyd then they can call it 30Floyd it isnt even a joke bro

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  • M Long 1 year ago

    Nailed Jeff Goldblum!!

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  • Katie Cottingham 1 year ago

    No one is pointing out the “This area has been cleaned and disinfected” card he’s using for notes? Really?
    *** Correction: 1 person noted it was a “random piece of paper”. I’m not sure if it qualifies as the same degree of notice given, but if anyone would possibly argue the point, it would be someone in Seth’s comments section, so here you go.***

    I can’t tell if it’s a silent pun or just proof they recycle and/or aren’t wasting cards on this segment, even though it totally deserves it for the entertainment served.

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  • Jennifer Lehnherr 1 year ago

    Earlier last week I thought how hard it seems to be somebody who has to work for Seth Meyers…Hmm, somewhat of a clarification of things, still think he is funny as hell! Hope they pay well.

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  • Too Much Passion 1 year ago

    We need another popsicle schtick soon. It’s been a while!

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  • Pam Watson 1 year ago

    Mmm 1666 a big year here in the UK. With the black death running wild throughout the land a great fire took hold in London which devastated a large part of the capital. Hmmm.

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  • Love Light 1 year ago

    Love the Jeff Goldblume.

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  • Jake Christie 1 year ago

    During your 2011 Correspondence Dinner speech, a punchline says that Larry King got a “slap on the wrist for donating a Buffalo nickel to the campaign of Chester A. Arthur.” Arthur, however, never ran for president. He was Garfield’s VP who took over when Garfield died, and Arthur declined to run for re-election when his term was over. I suppose you *could* have been referring to his campaign for governor of New York before his time as VP, but I don’t think that’s the case.

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  • scbtripwire 1 year ago

    Seth: How you pronounced substantive with the emphasis on the ‘tan’ is correct. Ignore your detractors.

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  • dannytheman1313 1 year ago

    In Seth’s defense the original Andy Whorl smoking next to David Bowie while Cher danced naked kind of studio 54 did close in 1980 however there were people who kept buying the place and trying to bring it back to its glory days right up until the mid 80’s so he’s not totally off.

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  • Paul C 1 year ago

    Digital Exclusive is a “phrase” that actually means to good for TV.

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  • Paul C 1 year ago

    Try Cicerone the beer equivalent of Sommelier.

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  • Paul C 1 year ago

    A closer lick…. a twisted riff between rocky road and tiger tail…

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  • Paul C 1 year ago

    I miss the sea captain and the appearances of Seth’s kids. We’re locked down here in Ontario and we need them back.

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  • Brice De Bruyne 1 year ago

    A full bottle of wine! You can claim French/EU citizenship with those credentials!

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  • Paul C 1 year ago

    Love this stuff please keep it up.

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  • Daniel Murphy 1 year ago

    Seth casually dropping a reference to bear hibernation is just too much. See you all next week for the correction 😂

    To be clear, bears do something very close to hibernation, and the distinction is basically meaningless to anyone who isn’t a student of animal behaviour, but internet people don’t usually respond to this kind of thing with mundane reactions.

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  • Josh Colletta 1 year ago

    Whoever corrected you on Kroger is only HALF correct, because here in the Midwest, we pluralize everything, including Kroger’s, Meijer’s, and Walmart’s. It’s not correct, but it IS done.

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  • rmd1064 1 year ago

    Love the corrections! Steelers take Najee Harris in first round. You like?

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  • Molly Payne 1 year ago

    Corrections is my favorite thing on tv I mean on digital exclusive

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  • Laura Lee Originally 1 year ago

    It’s elves though, right? I am mostly scots-irish descent with a wee bit o nordic. I am pretty sure “we” brought that fairy stuff over there. Maybe they were the real trolls and thought acting crazy will keep their captors away. Nope, guess it’s a thing now.

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  • Fortuna808 1 year ago

    Excuse me what? How is SUBSTANTIVE pronounced?? I have literally never heard it pronounced however Seth said the correct pronunciation. The emphasis is on thr 2nd syllable, isn’t it? Isn’t it??

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  • Gabriel Sira 1 year ago

    Not to be that guy but: The LEGO analogy would be LEGO bricks, not LEGO blocks. In case that’s helpful.

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  • Angelica Delzer 1 year ago

    Correction: Kroger owns Pick’N’Save, not Piggly Wiggly.

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  • Michael Giblock 1 year ago

    It’s Kroger not Kroger’s

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  • Zane W Buxton 1 year ago

    I bet Ben&Jerry’s would give the Sea Captain a flavor before you, out of pure spite.

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  • Jason Stich 1 year ago

    Piggly Wiggly is not owned by Kroger. Pick n Save is the name of the Wisconsin Kroger store you were looking for. This is not the quality reporting I expect from a late night talk show.

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  • Jenny Ballentine 1 year ago

    Seth’s Vince impression is on point you Philistines!!!!

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  • Meg McCormack 1 year ago

    Seth, I wish I worked there just to hear this stuff all the time hahaha

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  • Candis 1 year ago

    LOVE CORRECTIONS! It’s even better when I’ve watched some of the episodes he’s correcting! What’s gonna happen to CORRECTIONS when NY goes back to regular business July 1? Will this digital online exclusive cease to exist?

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  • Sherryn G 1 year ago

    Ben and Jerry’s flavour ahould be “Seth Mey-llaird Reaction” and taste like toasted marshmallows. Or steak and onions.

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  • Lukas Stevens 1 year ago

    Hey. One movie Vince Vaughn and Jeff Goldbum are both in is The Lost World Jurassic Park. Have fun with that….

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  • Justin Beechey 1 year ago

    I don’t really get these…

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  • Ella Enchanted 1 year ago

    I love Seth’s impressions.

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  • David Lloyd-Jones 1 year ago

    Sub-stan’-tiv is just as good as sub’ stan tiv.
    Tomato, tomayto.

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  • CHALLENGE 1 year ago

    Many women in quarantine become overwhelmed with anxiety and depression
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087637FH7

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  • seriously 1 year ago

    seth, impersonate vince’s natural voice, much easier than his pretend yanky accent #atseacaptainsballs

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  • Elise Code 1 year ago

    the “great house” joke got me, idk

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  • Pascal Roggen 1 year ago

    I love these so much

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  • asdLArs 1 year ago

    Iceland is a signatory to the Schengen agreement so for an Irish person it wouldn’t be any different from going to work at pretty much any other EU country.

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  • Pascal Roggen 1 year ago

    iceland and ireland are part of the EU, no work visa needed:)

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  • Ben Kerr 1 year ago

    Seth is Icelandic trolling us. You don’t need a work visa from Ireland to Iceland either.

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  • Elle Oswald 1 year ago

    It’s not trolls it’s elves FFS

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  • Jéan-Claude Quintyne 1 year ago

    “Corrections” is equally terrifying and hilarious

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  • Jacqueline Uthoff 1 year ago

    The Our Lady Peace one got missed…

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  • The Kellers 1 year ago

    But I watch YouTube on my Roku TV. So I watch the digital exclusive on TV

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  • The Kellers 1 year ago

    Hey, New Hampshire: You have to submit a flavor name to Ben and Jerry’s they can’t read minds. Says so on their website. 😁

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  • Jeff Martin 1 year ago

    Uhh, I believe you meant thesauri

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  • Namrata Sampat 1 year ago

    I can’t stop looking at Seth’s hair. He needs a haircut. 😅

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  • A Sarata 1 year ago

    Best. Segment. Ever.

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  • Michael Schimann 1 year ago

    Seth, I’d like to correct you once more on the Visa comment. An Irish troll, gnome, elf, or indeed any other such woodland creature wouldn’t require any working Visa. This is the point of the open labour market in the EU.

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  • David Orr 1 year ago

    I say “Substantive,” not “Substantive.” Honestly, how could you confuse “Substantive” with “Substantive,” like some kind of moron? It’s obviously “Substantive,” not “Substantive,” but I still say “Substantive,” not “Substantive.” It makes such a substantive difference, saying “Substantive” instead of “Substantive.”

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  • godnoble 1 year ago

    Ben & Jerry’s flavor?? You mean a Unilever flavor!

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  • Dotan Tsur 1 year ago

    In this corrections video you said you only use the parent company name, but you always use the name “Google” which has a parent company named “Alphabet Inc.”.

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  • godnoble 1 year ago

    Do you need 3 pencils because you shatter the graphite in them by repeatedly tapping the tip so hard like that?

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  • uosdwiSrdewoH 1 year ago

    Correction: You don’t love that we have a back and forth.

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  • Ghost Cookie 1 year ago

    I miss the sea captain

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  • uosdwiSrdewoH 1 year ago

    This is really just an excuse for Seth to go off on the most insane tangents and that’s perfectly fine. You know when his audience comes back he’ll probably have to do less of that in his regular segments but at least we still have corrections.

    By the way I voted the Vince Vaughn impression ’tis the sweetest herb. You can’t take that away from me either.

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  • Loretta Collins 1 year ago

    I’m from NH also & that’s why you are so witty.

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  • Janet Cassie 1 year ago

    Your pronunciation of substantive is correct but can you please tell the USA to stop saying normalcy, the word is normality. The rest of the English-speaking world cringes every time we hear it 😆 love from the UK 😉

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  • KozMc 1 year ago

    Wow, this was quality – utterly peak comedy peak Seth. GOLD. I wonder though … was it the mention of the Sea Captain, that raised quality? Cos … those lockdown shows were off the chain. And, well, Sea Captain was there … tbh, I miss the Sea Captain.

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  • Agimaso Schandir 1 year ago

    To be persnickety; bears do not hibernate, they go into a torpor

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  • MikeOfKorea 1 year ago

    …made my brother and me …. Not “I”.

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  • TurquoiseJessa 1 year ago

    You’re completely right about your Vince Vaugh/Jeff Goldbloom impression!

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  • Logan Outlaw 1 year ago

    PLS keep doing this segment! I love it for SO many reasons. Great work to Seth and the whole staff. Esp. Shoemaker. ( sorry if i spelt it wrong)

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  • Widdo Monki 1 year ago

    Woah,m wait- you can only vote on twitter? That is sooooo Vermont of you, Seth.

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  • geekishgirl 1 year ago

    And yet he still said Piggly Wiggly was owned by KrogerS 😂😂

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  • Delanaria 1 year ago

    “…she would make my brother and I drink a full bottle of wine.” Should read, “…my brother and me…” You wouldn’t say, “She would make I drink a full bottle of wine.”

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  • Jimmy Northwood 1 year ago

    I’m so sad when corrections ends. It’s the best part of the show. Just hanging out cracking lazy/weird jokes with friends <3

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  • Corey Cook 1 year ago

    Correction: Seth’s Jeff Goldblum voice is great and he doesn’t use it enough.

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  • Vintage Things 1 year ago

    Hey Seth. I’m thinking a Somaaalieé might be a person with a greater than passing interest in the people of Somalia, whereas what you were clawing your way towards was a Sommeeeelier, where ‘meli’ rhymes with ‘telly’.

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  • Samantha Nash 1 year ago

    The correction on Kroger needs another correction: it might be singular, but he was doing an impression of Wisconsinite, who would absolutely say Kroger’s. Every store name is possessive in Wisconsin, whether the suits at corporate approve or not. Also, did I miss it, or did the segment on Foxconn leave out the detail that the initial contract was literally written on a napkin?

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  • Vegans in the Wild Over 50 1 year ago

    This is my first time watching corrections; I just recently started watching Seth Meyer. I never knew he was from New Hampshire. Hello, fellow Granite Stater!

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  • Tryintomake Adollaroutof15cents 1 year ago

    I think Seth’s Ben and Jerry’s flavor should be called, Dairy Seth’s can’t eat.it should be a almond/ coconut/ soy milk based flavor.😋

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  • Barbara Ferreira 1 year ago

    No, the “irish troll” would not need a VISA to work. It is the EEA.

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  • AnnaSophia 1 year ago

    You also don’t need a working permit if you are from Ireland and want to work in Iceland. They are both a member of the EEA and Schengen which means you are eligible to work there by default.

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  • TheParachute999 1 year ago

    The Wisconsin supermarket owned by Kroger is Pick ‘N Save not Piggly Wiggly.

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  • PetWaint 1 year ago

    They’d probably call the ice cream “your brother sucked on That 70s Show” but, “A Closer Lick” is gold lol.

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  • Anne Thompson 1 year ago

    A Closer Lick!!! Best line!!

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  • D W 1 year ago

    I have to laugh about the Kroger line. At least in southeast WI, which is where the Foxconn monument to grift is located, Kroger owns Pick ‘n Save stores, not Piggly Wiggly.

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  • Carol-Anne McMillan 1 year ago

    I have – just this very minute – learned I’ve been pronouncing substantive incorrectly all along. And NO ONE has corrected me?? This makes absolutely NO sense phonetically. And sub-STAN-tial is over in the corner now, feeling all weird.

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  • Buck Jolicoeur 1 year ago

    0:50 Killing myself. Too funny.

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  • Buck Jolicoeur 1 year ago

    5:00 WTF!!! You literally called it plural, RIGHT AFTER, saying it’s not plural!!!

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  • joanne White 1 year ago

    Maybe he got Shar Jahan mixed up with Jar Jar Binks🤣😂😁

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  • Al Corbin 1 year ago

    WHY ARE YOU YELLING AT US SETH!!!!!!

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  • S Garber 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣 a closer lick 🤣🤣🤣

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  • Ste ik 1 year ago

    Ah this thing rules. Without being in the audience I would never get to have seth insult me so correctly and honestly, that’s a world I could do without

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  • Lisa Francis-Jennings 1 year ago

    Listening/watching to this was the most ‘editing fun’ I’ve had all week!

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  • Dave Webb 1 year ago

    I blew beer through nose upon hearing “A Closer Lick.” Made my Sunday.

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  • Austin Gockel 1 year ago

    Im from Michigan, and its definitely Krogers lmao

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  • CableKnitter 1 year ago

    We be all gon’ try to be much mo’ betterer. Correct THAT.

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  • Carl Coleman 1 year ago

    Sub-STAN-tive is pronounced sub-STAN-tive in the rest of the English-speaking world, so I’m happy with Seth’s pronounciation. SUB-stntve? Ewwww.

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  • alex rodriguez 1 year ago

    Love the Vince Vaughn impression! Keep it up

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  • Handlaid Tracks and 3D Printed Trains 1 year ago

    Why is Seth so mad at me?

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  • j.kenneth fraac 1 year ago

    Going through these comments correcting the people saying Ireland is in Schengen or Iceland is in the EU. The reason they don’t need work permits is the 4 freedoms of the single market of the EEA

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  • Dave Dee 1 year ago

    I don’t think Ben and Jerry make ice cream CONES so there’s no way to lick it. You could lick the spoon, but you can also lick a spoon if it has tomato sauce or peanut butter and so licking a spoon is not specifically an ice cream thing.

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  • DimIsHigh 1 year ago

    Folks, if you want you can keep this rolling forever, the source material is youtube comments! Even if I feel like I say this in every video, please never stop!

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  • Elijah C Lochner 1 year ago

    Your Vince Vaughn sucks, do more Goldblum <3

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  • Derek Grimmell 1 year ago

    In talking about your mother, you said your mother “would make my brother and I…” It’s “would make my brother and me…” Just take out the other person and you’ll always get it right, you’d say your mother “would make me,” not “would make I.” And isn’t it interesting how there is no way, no way at all, to correct grammar, without sounding like you’re insulting people? I love that.

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  • Regan 38 1 year ago

    I mean technically Piggly Wiggly’s (no idea if I spelled it right) is owned by Kroger.

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  • Edwin Szeto 1 year ago

    OK, he just sounds like Owen Wilson

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  • LynnP 1 year ago

    A Closer Lick = Excellent!

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  • law240 1 year ago

    “She would make my brother and ME,” while we’re correcting you and you’re not getting upset about it. With love…

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  • row_ afc 1 year ago

    Correction; a southern Irish troll wouldn’t require a work visa for Iceland….or are we talking leprechauns

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  • S McCrea 1 year ago

    Thank god the Goldblum impressions been ironed out. I was so confused

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  • Jennifer Chrien 1 year ago

    “A Closer Lick,” incidentally, is also the name of the Late Night with Seth Meyers porn parody

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  • spshkyros 1 year ago

    Have you considered adding your icecream flavor name to next weeks episode? Because you should consider it.

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  • SuperLady 1 year ago

    Seth has a decent Jeff Goldblum impression.

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  • Gonzalo Maura 1 year ago

    Because of the EEA and Shengen, there is no visa requiremente to work on Iceland if you’re from Ireland. Also, no correction on the Big Ben being the bell and not the clock???
    For more info you can check https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O37yJBFRrfg although it’s from 8 years ago and You should just not pay attention to the UK thing…

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  • Andi Waters 1 year ago

    You pluralized Kroger right after saying it shouldn’t have a S!

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  • Reyna Arawan 1 year ago

    … I bought icecream in my dream and then I woke up before I ate it. Sad now.

    At least I have unlimited money in dream land.

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  • Samantha Phillips 1 year ago

    At one point I just got lost and couldn’t tell the difference between his Jeff and Vince impressions. Not that very different my friend. We love you! Keep up the great work! LOVE this segment! Lol!

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  • Kristoper Griffin 1 year ago

    Piggly Wiggly isn’t owned by Kroger and the Wisconsin division is mostly Pick N’ Save stores

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  • yogibear6363 1 year ago

    The best part about that is Shah Jahan died in 1666.

    Also, the Taj Mahal is not one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

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  • Robin Boyd 1 year ago

    This is the best thing on late night. Please never let it go!

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  • swanderson1962 1 year ago

    Seth, Bears don’t hibernate!

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  • arendjd 1 year ago

    Kroger is headquartered in Cincinnati and Ohioans add “s” to the end of everything anyway so Krogers is acceptable

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  • ZACK THOME 1 year ago

    holy sh*t these correction bits are halarious

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  • Derek Berg 1 year ago

    Absolutely beautiful thank you for giving us all the Goldblum. Never did I think my comment would be heard but low n behold… I now clearly see difference in these impressions….😒
    Keep up the great work!

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  • P.A. Rader 1 year ago

    Wisconsin has Piggly Wiggly and Kroger. It’s ok!

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  • Moorea2008 1 year ago

    Correction for this segment: The correct grammar would be “She made my brother and ME [not I] drink a full bottle of wine.”

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  • Adam Mitchell 1 year ago

    I hate to point out a correction on a correction episode, but you said your mother was a French teacher (so she cares about grammar) and in the same sentence you said she would “make my brother and I drink a full bottle of wine.” Well you wouldn’t say that she made “I” drink wine, it’s supposed to be: made my brother and “me.” I know… but come on.

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  • Miles Kosik 1 year ago

    Seth got my hopes up for a ben and jerry’s flavor, then he immediately shattered my dreams.

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  • John Drummond 1 year ago

    You have to correct your correction of “sommelier”. It’s pronounced “sum-mull-yay”.

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  • Leafbinder 1 year ago

    Kick to the curb

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  • TheFredFarkle 1 year ago

    You should have said “…she would make my brother and ME drink a whole bottle of wine.” (my mother was an English teacher).

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  • Isa Leal 1 year ago

    He is so naturally funny

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  • S J 1 year ago

    Lmao @ Kroger blocks

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  • Scryndi SouthFlorida 1 year ago

    Oh please please let them give you the ice cream flavor! I have to have Americone Dream while i watch Colbert, and i eat The Tonight Dough when i watch Fallon, and i love your show, it’s actually my favorite, but right now i just have a Payday when i watch you. Peanut butter, caramel, and nougat in vanilla?

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  • J-M Erlendson 1 year ago

    I absolutely love this series. Amazing, and please keep it going. It’s really nice to see Seth kind of salty and off-the-cuff.

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  • Björn Kruse 1 year ago

    Seth no need of a Visa eben for work. Iceland is in the Schengenraum, please do you research thats Basic EU stuff. 😉

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  • Rachael Babette 1 year ago

    If it makes you feel better, British, Welsh, and Australian English pronounce substantive the same way you do. And I do as well despite being completely Californian 💕

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  • Scott Unkefer 1 year ago

    Totally found your groove
    Maybe the only host to have done so in the last year. Which speaks to something.

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  • Erwin Roosjen 1 year ago

    Your mother would make “my brother and me” instead of “my brother and I” since your mother is the subject, not you. Yay, I spotted one too!

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  • AnHungarianGoose 1 year ago

    Seth if i never see you flail your hand at the screen again itll be too soon, correct that.

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  • AC9Bizzle 1 year ago

    I wanna hear Seth do an impression of Shoemaker having a conversation with Dr. Fauci

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  • cheeser407 1 year ago

    please never stop doing the corrections. i thought closer look was my favorite part of the show, i was wrong

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  • Powers Lohner 1 year ago

    This was so fucking funny 🤣

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  • Jed Phoenix 1 year ago

    I don’t have twitter, but I want to vote for The Sweetest ‘Erb.

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  • Vantahku 1 year ago

    In your correction about the “Kroger family of stores”, you said “Piggly Wiggly is owned by Krogers” thus repeating your mistake in the correction of it. Good job.

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  • Nono F_Theabove 1 year ago

    Dear Seth,

    you said at 5:00 that you only refer to companies by their parent company’s name. But then at 10:32 you referred to YouTube, even though YouTube is owned by Alphabet the same parent company that owns google. So you should correctly have referred to Irish trolls as commenting on Alphabet’s video platform to be consistent.

    Kind regards,

    a disappointed YouTube comment

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  • Antonia S 1 year ago

    I dont think you need a work visa/ permit from ireland to iceland… it‘s all Schengen isn’t it?

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  • Amber DuBoise 1 year ago

    oh, Jeff Goldblum……I drooled over him in Invasion of the Body Snatchers yesterday….and NICE JEFF! Oh you should book Jeffy….. You could do the impersonation with him there! (I’d sit on the middle cushion of that couch!)

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  • FrenchSpaceScientist 1 year ago

    No working permit needed for the Irish…that’s the beauty of EU.

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  • mplselizabeth 1 year ago

    For all the “…she would make my brother and I…” haters: English speakers have been conjoining nominative pronouns in object position for over 400 years and others have been bitching about it for at least 250 years.

    For example, in 1593 Shakespeare wrote: “Now Margaret’s curse is fall’n upon our heads, When she exclaimed on Hastings, you, and I …” (Richard III)

    And in 1596: “All debts are cleerd betweene you and I …” (Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice)

    So don’t “correct” this one, Seth! It’s not an error!

    Obvs when a pronoun is the only word in the subject, it must take nominative case (I, he, she, we, they) — both in the grammar of academic usage and the grammar of natural usage. Likewise, if a pronoun is the only word in the object, it must take accusative case (me, him, her, us, them).

    But if a subject noun phrase includes two or more entities, all bets are off for case, and even linguists who study this topic intensively don’t have a comprehensive account of the attested effects.

    For a great review of the relevant literature, see: Grano, Thomas (2006) “‘Me and her’ meets ‘he and I’:

    Case, person, and linear ordering in English coordinated pronouns.”

    Regarding 18th-century grammar trolls, Grano quotes Archibald Campbell’s Lexiphanes from 1767:

    “In the first Edition of this work, I had used the phrase between you and I, which tho’ it must be confessed to be ungrammatical, is yet almost universally used in familiar conversation, and sometimes by our best comick writers: see Wycherley’s Plain Dealer. This very trivial slip, if it be one, has not escaped the diligence and sagacity of the learned and candid Reviewers” (i.e. grammar trolls).

    However, it is not at all clear whether (as is frequently asserted) prescriptivist pressure leads to “make my brother and I” *as a hypercorrection*, or whether that pressure merely reinforces an option that was already in free variation with “make my brother and me”.

    Oh, and the first syllable of ‘sommelier’ is pronounced like ‘sum’ with slight lip rounding. It doesn’t rhyme with ‘gnome’. (Or ‘troll’.) …although there are plenty of people who pronounce it like you did, either time.

    And keep Vince Vaughn!

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  • Anik Pelchat 1 year ago

    Post T. era is difficult for comedy

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  • Dave Hanel 1 year ago

    It’s “Kroger” not “Kroger’s”

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  • Michelle Adams 1 year ago

    Ben & Jerry’s parent co is Unilever. Should you say you want a Unilever flavor of ice cream named after your show?

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  • Kyle A. 1 year ago

    “Piggy wiggly is owned…by Kroger’s” you clearly have learned nothing, Seth, and therefore cannot be forgiven

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  • h7opolo 1 year ago

    seth on pot is fun to watch. keep it up, guys. 👍

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  • salemandreus 1 year ago

    You said “substantive” correctly initially. Go back.

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  • Meredith Viprino 1 year ago

    Ben & Jerry’s flavor: Ya BURNT Cream

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  • J B 1 year ago

    Piggly Wiggly isn’t actually owned by Kroger. They’re owned by C&S Wholesale Grocers. The Kroger Guys also own King Soopers. I’m so sorry Seth, y’all got the wrong southern grocery store chain. Again.

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  • Gabrielle Duhamel 1 year ago

    As always, this is my favourite clip!!! Mooooore lol

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  • Holid Love 1 year ago

    “There are no Kroger blocks…” That should be Kroger BRICKS, given the context, considering that statement was a parallel to LEGO bricks. I would like to also point out that Seth reverted back, almost immediately, to calling it “Krogers,” when he mentioned Piggly Wiggly. 😂😂

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  • Susan Wheatley 1 year ago

    Ok.here’s a correction suggestion: referencing your mother and sommelier, you said your mother “made my brother and I” drink a whole bottle of wine. The correct phrase is “my brother and me.” I know it sounds wrong but think of this: would you say “my mother gave I” or “my mother gave me”? Clearly the latter is correct. Now just add “my brother” to it and your sentence is grammatically correct! By the way, I love your show, especially A Closer Look and Clorrectioms…whoops, a typo!

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  • Tappahannock 1 year ago

    The fact they’ve closed 90% of South Carolina Piggly Wigglys but they’re now in Wisconsin is a kick to the nuts.

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  • Timwi Heizmann 1 year ago

    You should stop saying “my brother and I” when you mean “my brother and me” (i.e., when it’s in the objective case).

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  • Timwi Heizmann 1 year ago

    If you only refer to parent companies, you can never say “Google” again because the parent company is called Alphabet

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  • Sophie Lesher 1 year ago

    okay, but what mix-ins does “a closer lick” have?

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  • HRH DMK 1 year ago

    Just look at that beautiful shirt Seth is wearing! The checks all aligned on the pocket AND the placket (where the buttons meet the buttonholes). With nary a wrinkle. Impressed! (pun intended!)

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  • Nicki Boozer 1 year ago

    Omg ! I’m laughing so hard at the Jeff Goldblum & Vince Vaughan impressions ! Seth has lost his mind !

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  • Franziska Fine 1 year ago

    looking forward to the next corrections when Seth restates his theory on work permit / visa / travelling from Ireland to Iceland 😉

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  • Ananda Bricker 1 year ago

    Favorite segment.

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  • Willy Will 1 year ago

    Dude you’re LAME!!!

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  • Ronald Reed 1 year ago

    So Seth, in your corrections segment about having referred to Kroger as Kroger’s you went on to refer to it plural again.
    This is your last written warning, last chance before a flogging…

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  • Sekusamu 1 year ago

    The Oxford English Dictionary gives both pronunciations with no explanation.
    Merriam-Webster says that the SUBSTantive pronunciation is used with the meaning of meaningful, and the subSTANTive pronunciation is for a grammatical term meaning having the nature of a noun. So, if Seth were having a conversation about grammar, he’d be fine.

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  • helveticaification 1 year ago

    SubstAntive is fine, Seth. Come & live in UK

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  • RobWalkerFilms 1 year ago

    Please never stop doing these.

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  • TheDuschlampe 1 year ago

    2:33 I think it has to be: ‘my mother made my brother and ME do something…’ since your the object and not the subject.

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  • Sarah Detweiler 1 year ago

    A CLOSER LICK 😭

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  • Trevor S 1 year ago

    I think….next to jokes Seth can’t tell…this might be my favorite segment.
    Also Seth, it’s worth pointing out that in this week’s correction, you mention that Piggly Wiggly is owned by Krogers, when mere seconds before you learned it is actually Kroger. Keep at this late night thing, and pretty soon those rookie mistakes will be a thing of the past.

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  • slipperyh 1 year ago

    Screw the “proper” way of saying it, sub-STAN-tive 4eva.

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  • Tim Greathouse 1 year ago

    If it were Kroeger’s, it would be possessive, not plural.

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  • Samantha Supernova 1 year ago

    Sal doesn’t have a thesaurus at his house because he is a Philistine! lol

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  • Cutter G 1 year ago

    Correction: Jack the Ripper died in 1889. Studio 54 didn’t open until 1927. So unless they wheeled his corpse through the doors, Schumacher is incorrect. Take THAT Mikey!!! :p

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  • Nicholas Paul 1 year ago

    More of these!!!! Hilarious!!!

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  • Beardly Gentlemen 1 year ago

    The word “Thesaurus” is Latin, meaning treasury. The proper Latin plural is “Thesauri”.
    -“No thesauri at the Gentile house.” 👍

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  • Gregory Condon 1 year ago

    C’mon Seth. It’s Pick’nSave, not Piggly Wiggly that’s the WI Kroger subsidiary

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  • Dn R 1 year ago

    Piggly Wiggly stores in Wi are owned by individuals as well as corporations they’ve been a franchise for some time.

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  • John Wrights 1 year ago

    Submit for a flavor name: A Chewier Look. Lots of cookie dough, Gummi worms, and boot leather in coconut ice cream

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  • William Perry 1 year ago

    Your Vince Vaughn is terrible. Sorry but….. Your Wilson is tight tho

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  • MlssCue 1 year ago

    IDC what they say I always pluralize Krogers/Walmarts/Walgreens/Meijers you get the point 😉

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  • Diane Dobry 1 year ago

    she would make “my brother and ME” drink a full bottle of wine not “my brother and I.” (If you take out “my brother” it would be–“she would make ME drink a full bottle of wine.” That is how you know it is not the word “I”).

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  • D 1 year ago

    In the end of all that… You still called it Krogers with an S. LMFAO!!

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  • Jay Gatsby 1 year ago

    Oh man that first joke, Seth dropping the hammer!

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  • Gabriel Arias 1 year ago

    Someone should really make that Poll then tag his show to it so they know the results

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  • Senica S 1 year ago

    This is just fanFU*****TASTIC!!!
    There are a lot of damn know it alls out there aren’t there 😂…
    I’m so grateful for having you in my life in any capacity, Seth and all of your brilliant writers!!

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  • Erin Nau 1 year ago

    Not to be THAT guy, but I live in Wisconsin and Piggly Wiggly isn’t owned by Kroger, however Pick’n’save is.

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  • Matt Trisler 1 year ago

    I feel like Seth was right to add the S onto “Kroger,” considering so many people incorrectly refer to chain businesses as the possessive form of the name. He was clearly doing an impression, and adding the S really sold the character for me.
    But yeah. Shoulda went with Piggly Wiggly instead.

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  • Taylor Richards 1 year ago

    Corrections is my new favorite youtube clip of the week! Also the local grocery store here in Wisconsin is called Pick ‘n Save and it was bought by Kroger because they wanted the Chicago market version called Marianos and now Wisconsin is doomed to monopolized groceries!

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  • Zach Hogan 1 year ago

    Seth’s Vince Vaughn impression Is excellent and sounds nothing like Jeff Goldblum. Is Owen Wilson impression is equally good but I still don’t want to hear it because Owen Wilson’s voice is a terrible terrible thing and grates on my soul. Please for the love of God Seth More Vince Vaughn had more Jeff goldblum!

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  • oxhorns 1 year ago

    “that sounds like an ice cream flavor a guy would keep in a trench coat” killed me. i love this segment.

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  • TheBlarggle 1 year ago

    The SeaCaptainPoll – “‘Tis the sweetest herb.” won with a 78.9%

    From 4,275 total votes.

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  • Luke James 1 year ago

    Also it’s worth pointing out that all of this is a digital exclusive Seth. This is the only medium we watch you on.

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  • John Smith 1 year ago

    Maybe instead of focusing on making the show accurate you should spend more time making the show funny.

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  • Peter Wood 1 year ago

    “Kroger’s” isn’t an incorrect plural, it’s an incorrect possessive. You can say “Krogers” if you’re referring to more than one Kroger location, but “Kroger’s” would only be correct if you’re referring to a general store with no official name operated by Mr. Kroger.

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  • Carla Baku 1 year ago

    NOT “every night before dinner [my mother] would make my brother and I drink a full bottle of wine.” It is “would make my brother and me….”

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  • NinjaNezumi 1 year ago

    2:45 – My Brother and Me. “My mother made me drink” not “My mother made I drink”. LEARN YOUR PERSONAL PRONOUNS! 😛 #Corrections 😀

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  • Kyle 1 year ago

    a closer lick, I’m dying. They gotta do that now.

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  • Kelly 1 year ago

    Correction on punchline….Microsoft founder Bill Gates announced he and his wife were getting divorced.
    “One could wonder if Melinda found out Bill had codes in different area hoes”

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  • Dr. Scollins 1 year ago

    A virus discovered shaped like a Pokemon Pokeball should be followed with “Be warned ladies…Scollins is not a doctor so refuse when he asks “Can I take a Pikachu”.

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