Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing Shelley Moore Capito’s last name and messing up a calculator joke.
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This show has become even better post-pandemic.Reply
seth , put Exclusive for people who correct my mistakes !Reply
This deserves to be it’s own showReply
Still don’t understand why you’re flipping 58008 when the 5 is still facing the same way. 80085Reply
Hey Seths people please google “satan statue Vancouver,” you will not be disappointedReply
Seth is the best late night host during the pandemic.Reply
The clip on that pen 🖋️ is broke. it’s useless now even with full ink. The pencil ✏️ sits next to it’s handicapped writing partner.Reply
I honestly wish his whole show was this conversational. I can’t stop laughing.Reply
Btw, shoutout to Seth for being the only late night host who makes an effort when joking about Germany or doing impressions!Reply
With Trevor or Stephen, you can always see the punchline from a mile away.
Anybody check out the mug? “Jackal Paws, Tackle Flaws.” To all my fellow pedants, we got ourselves a MUG!!Reply
I think seth needs to go to these people’s place of work & “correct” them..Reply
Cicada, cicada needs to be a thing. Don’t crush what little hope I still have left, Seth.Reply
I love when Seth ends corrections with a Mikey the Shoe story. All corrections should end with a Mikey the Shoe story. I’m afraid to comment here because of my bad grammar. 🙂Reply
it’s “the jig is up”, not “the gig is up”Reply
CORRECTION: At 1:40 you say “the gig is up”. The saying is actually the JIG is up. It comes from Elizabethan era slang in which the word “jig” was used to refer to a practical joke or prankReply
I’m not sure if it counts as a correction, but why would writing the name of a sea bird be infantalising body parts? A pair of Boobies nestling together in a nook, waiting for the weather to clear so that they can go out and feed? It’s a beautiful sight. When I see their little blue feet it always makes me smile.Reply
i always thought ‘junky’ with a -y was an adjective and “junkie” with an -ie was a nounReply
i might be overanalyzing this lmao
Seth’s snarkiness in these segments absolutely makes them one of my favourite things.Reply
Seth, no correction, just want you to know that Corrections is the highlight of my Friday morning every week.Reply