CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, July 19

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Published on July 23, 2021

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like accidentally saying chickens eat “chicken seed” and referring to the Microsoft character Clippit as Clippy.

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20 comments

  • Seth Smith 2 months ago

    Volume 2:

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  • LivB 2 months ago

    Haha corrrections 😂

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  • Bruce Onder 2 months ago

    It’s a tombolo

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  • Pascal Roggen 2 months ago

    Those naughty graphics guys!!!, right from the first second…ooh!!!

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  • Dawnstealer 2 months ago

    Also going to add that shark SKIN is literally teeth.

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  • andybaldman 2 months ago

    CORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRECTIONS

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  • Misty H 2 months ago

    Another hiatus? You’re breaking my mind slowly. 😭

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  • TMercan31 2 months ago

    And now…… CoRRRections!

    👏 👏 👏 👏

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  • Dave 2 months ago

    I do need to correct you that a shark couldn’t point to its teeth as proof of its lack of meth addiction. Sharks don’t have fingers.

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  • Michael Harris 2 months ago

    “This isn’t going to be a situation where we’re all gonna get pizza, ’cause Christine would never do that.”

    The Corrections segment isn’t about making Seth feel better about himself, but in this instance Seth was right the first time – It wasn’t a situation where you were all going to get pizza, because Christine ended up getting cookies.

    Cookies aren’t pizza.

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  • Axel Bauron 2 months ago

    Kid, if you’re funny enough, you can become a comedy writer and your boss will be Seth Meyers. And you will get money for this. For real.

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  • Richard L 2 months ago

    I see what you did theRRRe.

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  • dM gH 2 months ago

    I’m so sorry, Seth. I kept trying to vote “no” for Lorde but they wouldn’t let me do it. But, you said to vote something “for Lorde” so I finally gave up and did.

    Oh, and I still think they’re laughing more because of that yerk’s previous comments. Bless your heart.

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  • Stephen Dujakovic 2 months ago

    If Seth can properly pronounce Lorde’s name (Ella Yelich) then I’ll upvote his drawing 😃

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  • Lee Schillinger 2 months ago

    Corrections is always out of this world! The whole show is terrific! But I keep hearing little asides about how fall is going to be back in front of an audience and that makes me cry🥲 I will miss the current format terribly, but, as performers, if audience applause and laughter Is needed for all of your souls, I know I will still be watching😉 But from now on I’m going to just keep saving all of these shows on the cloud and rewatch them to keep me going(unless it’s against the law!)🤗😂😂😂

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  • Lisa Henry 2 months ago

    I get so excited when I see these corrections. It’s the only reason I’m subscribed.

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  • Pascal Roggen 2 months ago

    A shark saying “look at my teeth” is as untrustworthy as a human saying it
    The damage to the teeth is permanent. the only thing a human could prove by showing their teeth is that they had enough money to fix them, not that they were off meth 🙂

    Also Meth isn’t the only drug that utterly messes up your teeth, I think heroin does similar stuff

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  • Jessica O'Connell 2 months ago

    Definitely ignore the haters telling you to say “it was the anniversary of Amy Poehler and I auditioning,” Seth! That would be improper grammar to say “I” there anyway 😂.

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  • Joey Helms 2 months ago

    Dude, I love corrections. It’s at times EVEN funnier than a closer look (my fav segment). Can the academy of TV science nominate this segment too? 🙏

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  • Bastion Brom 2 months ago

    CORRECTION: Shark teeth don’t regenerate, the just have a lot of teeth to replace the teeth they lost. Theoretically a shark could lose all of those replacement teeth and they wouldn’t be able to regenerate more.

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