CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, January 31

Published on February 3, 2022

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like saying George Washington wore a powdered wig before explaining why he’s anti-mask when it comes to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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  • szarkel 1 year ago

    My chance to be a jackal the TMNT were created as a parody of superhero comics and specifically the ninja trope so the fact that their masks are useless is part of the gag

  • Karen Blanzy 1 year ago

    Correction? My understanding of kidnappers is that they don’t write the notes by hand, but cut out letters and paste them. Like scrapbookers.

  • Brouck ayalew 1 year ago

    Correction: I’m not sure about this but I don’t think that Prince Andrew is a prince anymore. He was stripped of his title. He is just Andrew now.

  • Rath of Canada 1 year ago

    How did Mr Meyers disappear at 14:53 ? That is some freaky magic! I do hope he’s okay…

  • Ellie Tough 1 year ago

    honest to god these have me howling everytime

  • Peter Doyle 1 year ago

    Remuneration. You got it wrong.

  • Darrel Lee 1 year ago

    OMG this was the best.

  • stevie4641 1 year ago

    I’m thinking Seth NEEDS a little break.

  • AbyssGnasher 1 year ago

    why did you do this on wednesday?

  • James B 1 year ago


  • Lamya Mosharraf 1 year ago

    CORRECTION of Corrections: Seth, remunerate means money paid for work or service; renumerate is a common misspelling.

  • Ila Winterburn 1 year ago

    I think this is the funniest corrections yet

  • douglas mennella 1 year ago

    It’s remuneration not renumeration.

  • Lawsonomy 1 year ago

    2:10 The Ninja Turtles wearing masks was a cultural thing. They were trained as Japanese Ninjas. In Japan a Ninja was a very dishonorable thing to be, because you were basically an assasin and you fought outside the rules of Boshido (“the way of death”, which was the warriors code practiced by the Samurai). The Ninja hid their faces because of the shame of their actions. It’s symbolic. Classic of Seath to stumble into some racist cultural appropriation out of ignorance. 😛

  • Dragana 1 year ago

    ‘ if the internet is slow when you watching this, that’s because everyone is racing …:)’

  • Wesley Wells 1 year ago

    I think Seth is losing it a little lol

  • ZakAshChan 1 year ago

    Corrections Correction:
    Prince Andrew himself wouldn’t ‘say’ “His Royal Highness”. Why would he talk about himself in the 3rd person? Other people around him will no longer refer to him as, “His Royal Highness”.

  • Anne Stewart 1 year ago

    *Prince Andrew may still SAY ‘His Royal Highness,’ but others may not say that regarding him anymore, because he no longer has that honorific title.

  • Alexandra Smith 1 year ago

    im confused i thought this was a friday thing

  • Elastoid 1 year ago

    The fifth mutant ninja turtle was “Venus De Milo” on a live action series called Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation that ran on Fox Kids in the late 90’s. If Confetto was a ninja turtle, he’d be the sixth.


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