CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, June 13

Published on June 17, 2022

Seth Meyers takes a moment to discuss the origin of “jackals” before addressing some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like referring to the Titanic as a boat.

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  • Bea 9 months ago

    Firefighter calendars are NOT a thing in South Africa😅😂 they are municipal employees I want them to be qualified, not sexy, and frankly you should too😳

  • Rob F 9 months ago

    Update for fellow Jackals, bee’s die after they used their stinger, wasp’s do not! If you’ve ever been stung by a bee you’ll see a pulsating sack attached to the sting pumping venom into you, which is why you brush the sting off and not try to pull it out!
    Unless there’s some breed of mutated bee indigenous to the U.S?!
    Power to the Jackals!

  • Pete Stoutenburgh 9 months ago

    You should have jackals submit their best corrections and the winner gets the new merch. Call it a “Jackal-Off”!

  • John Neal 9 months ago

    Pronounced “coozies”….

  • Lu Woods 9 months ago

    A vote for “Specjackular”

  • Christoph Weber 9 months ago

    I am not aware that sexy firefighter calenders exist here in austria… Most of our fire brigades are voluntary and get money for cars and stuff by the communes. So they don’t have to raise extra money by selling calenders in order to do their job and help the community..

  • Skaitan 9 months ago

    Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought the idea for free sunday came from the bible. And God rested on the _last_ day, after his creation, no? If you say he rested on the first day, you just made him look like a college student…procrastinating and then realizing that he is falling behind schedule on his assignment and having to hurry up.

    Edit: Which, now that I read it, explains actually a lot about the world we got. You may be on to something there.

  • xįrx 9 months ago

    18:20 I remember coming across this comment, and the heated thread it subsequently ignited!
    (*definitely Specjackula!)

  • Instantly Broken 9 months ago

    I think it takes some really tiny balls to go into someone’s comments section And be like “well actually!”. Just let it go this is why you aren’t invited to family dinners anymore.

  • Lisa Henry 9 months ago

    Queen bees can fly. They only leave the hive for 2 reasons, if the colony swarms and for mating flights.

  • Berserkir Claws 9 months ago

    I love Corrections !!!
    It could last hours I would watch it!
    We need a Corrections TV 24/7 🤣🤣🤣

  • Pax Bohab 9 months ago

    The Jackyl is a pretty lame spider-man villain

  • Dee Ess 9 months ago

    Would love to by the merch; I want my own Meth Meyers t-shirt. (Can’t afford a sweatshirt. I’m not a MAGA enthusiast).

  • janett tyminski 9 months ago

    Did we get to VOTE on the merch? You can’t expect us to buy crappy stuff!

  • keisha 21 9 months ago


  • Claire 9 months ago

    erm, I think you’ll find bee fact #2 is incorrect. It’s the worker bees (not the drones) who choose eggs to become a new queen, the drone bees are largely useless, their only job is to mate with the queen- it’s the worker bees who do p much everything

    Further, correction to the letter at 18:35, the puns are funny tyvm

  • Ruby Doobie 9 months ago

    Correction: Tintin isn’t a “little boy” he’s in his late teens.

  • Kristi Ford 9 months ago

    🇦🇺 sometimes

  • moonspenders 9 months ago

    I have to call out the Jackal with the “bee facts” having grown up with bee hives. The photo was a honeybee, NOT a wasp, for one. (A lot of people call hornets and wasps “bees” incorrectly, so that’s no surprise.) Secondly, when a bee stings you, its stinger is pulled out as it flees, leaving the poison sack attached to continue pumping the painful venom into the victim. They do die afterwards. It’s the wasps and hornets that do not lose their stingers which means they can sting multiple times and are more dangerous. Honeybees will only sting when threatened; yellowjacket wasps (usually confused by people with bees) are the little angry insect assholes that will attack you and sting repeatedly just for any perceived threat. Sort of like Jackals.


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