CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, March 22

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Published on March 26, 2021

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing “codified” and not using Nic Cage’s real name.  

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315 comments

  • Joyce Byington-Clark 1 year ago

    😀

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  • Shin Tuxedo 1 year ago

    🙂

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  • a m p 1 year ago

    I hope this segment never goes away

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  • Trever Farted 1 year ago

    Love this digital exclusive, super relatable for me also since I have chosen the career path of apologizing every single day to assure I don’t offend anyone.

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  • Allan Siemens 1 year ago

    It’s not D**do Seth it’s Bilbo, just remember:
    “B not D”

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  • Danna Hinojosa 1 year ago

    It would be so great to have a job with the Seth Meyers crew. Any openings?

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  • David James Henry 1 year ago

    I love this segment

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  • A dorable 1 year ago

    LOVE this Segment!!!!!

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  • Kirsten Heitz 1 year ago

    My correction didn’t make it in. Le sigh…

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  • Rob López 1 year ago

    amber it’s so anoying

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  • Joseph McCarthy 1 year ago

    You did it for the craic but you had a slag.

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  • Diana M. 1 year ago

    I enjoy this gift to us online, but I bet it’s a wonderful way for the staff to proclaim, “Hey, we made it to the weekend!”

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  • KeepTurningLeft films on my website 1 year ago

    this is the best thing on youtube

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  • SoCalStyles 1 year ago

    Jokes on you Seth, I’m already in front of my keyboard….

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  • David Protheroe 1 year ago

    Yeah guyz …. it is a GREAT part!
    and a little Amber spices it up.

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  • SWR MCR 1 year ago

    Ambers protection could as well be half a PET bottle/flask.

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  • crovax 13 1 year ago

    You mean to tell me that The Lord of the Rings books are more boring than the movies? I’m glad I skipped them then!

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  • Ganurath 1 year ago

    Correction: Seth said we have to stop, but we really don’t. Also, the video didn’t run for the promised hour.

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  • Mira Rift 1 year ago

    You should listen to the award winning audio version of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. It may be hard to find but it’s great.

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  • Josh-halla 1 year ago

    😂😂😂 why you gotta rag on LOTR like that!

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  • miss miou 1 year ago

    I don’t mind looking at Seth for an hour : )

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  • Olorin 1 year ago

    The irony of a guy named after an ancient Egyptian god making fun of biblical names.

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  • Bad at Gaming 1 year ago

    YES!

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  • npzabov 1 year ago

    Everybody pointing out Colbert’s man crush on Tolkien, but nobody remembers that he is also a big Bible nerd. Is he the only one who keeps correcting Seth?

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  • Marjorie Cabrera 1 year ago

    I LOVE you SETH!!!! Keep doing this . Also, bring back Popsicleschtick

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  • crucible 1234567 1 year ago

    Stephen Colbert wouldn’t get the name of the dragon wrong.

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  • Berserkir Claws 1 year ago

    I would watch it for an hour 🤣🤣🤣

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  • E B 1 year ago

    Seth knows we love him, right? We love him back.

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  • SaralerynWinter 1 year ago

    Has Seth realized that the Lord of the Rings comments are coming exclusively from @StephenAtHome?

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  • Average Meatsack 1 year ago

    Amber is partially correct about Kiwi’s saying Crikey but getting less accurate by the day as 99% of those people are worm food. And it’s not a face shield, it’s a chopped up coke bottle.

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  • Jerebear Panda 1 year ago

    Hannity was upset with you over your commentaries i think

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  • Mia Straub 1 year ago

    Well this is so much better then the regular show, even tho I disagreed with pretty much everything? It hurt my feelings but I still love it. 😀

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  • James Hutchings 1 year ago

    It’s quite common to call the Taoiseach of Ireland the Prime Minister.

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  • John 1 year ago

    It would be great if you could have gotten Steven Colbert to take a baseball back to a Seth Meyers standee and have him say “Tolkien is my territory Meyers”

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  • Meredith Ellis 1 year ago

    And then that 15-20 seconds of weird, awkward silence towards the end. Ridiculously hilarious!!

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  • John Goodwin 1 year ago

    Taoiseach ….pronounced Tea shuck

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  • Mallory Melton 1 year ago

    Seth, I so appreciate you trying, but you still mispronounced Taoiseach. It’s more along the lines of “tee-shock,” but the “ch” is more of a back of the throat sound, like in “l’chaim.” Most news outlets outside Ireland do say “prime minister” because they can’t say “Taoiseach.”

    Also, keep your trash opinions about Tolkien to yourself before we sic Colbert on you.

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  • charlietuba 1 year ago

    Digital only? Does that mean that you use your fingers and toes?

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  • babydollgoddess 1 year ago

    You don’t have A craic. You can have SOME craic, though. 😉🤣

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  • Beth-Mij 1 year ago

    This is becoming one of my *favorite* segments – please keep it up!! 🤣

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  • Doggy Baguette 1 year ago

    If the late night block is on hiatus, can NBC take a night to run 2.5 hours of the Amber Ruffin show? #PLEASE **copies to twitter**

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  • Benjamin Blom 1 year ago

    This is now my second favorite bit, after Jokes Seth Can’t Tell

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  • Joel Smith 1 year ago

    I can’t wait to see Stephen Colbert’s response to all the Tolkein hate here. lol

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  • David Carton 1 year ago

    Irish PM is Taoiseach. Phonetically ‘tea-shock’.

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  • Amelia Retter 1 year ago

    I mean, how you say codified depends on where you’re from. How he originally said it is how it’s said here in New Zealand and the pronunciation he corrected it to sounds bizarre.

    Edit: still not as bad as saying we say “crikey”

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  • Zealotes the Aussie 1 year ago

    ‘Crikey’ is an Australian word not NZ.

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  • Zealotes the Aussie 1 year ago

    Silent motionless look to camera…..ah….the good ol’ days!

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  • Mik Stainer 1 year ago

    I know someone probably said it but it’s bilbo 🤣🤣

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  • Jack James 1 year ago

    Ummm actually, it’s J.R… never mind

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  • General Disarray 1 year ago

    Sweet baby jebus Seyearth (it’s how I’m choosing to mispronounce your name), taoiseach is pronounced “T – Shock”

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  • Anna Ong 1 year ago

    I LOVE THIS SEGMENT!!!! 🤓

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  • Katie Robinson 1 year ago

    Look at Seth going straight for Colbert’s jugular

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  • Melissa Cossaboom 1 year ago

    Love these

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  • Maria P 1 year ago

    Dear God Seth, it’s pronounced “tee-shock” 😂😱 I mean, I know it’s spelled “Taoiseach” but that’s simple right?!

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  • F Morris 1 year ago

    Everyone in New Zealand is now convinced Amber is Australian, because she keeps telling us what to do

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  • David Witzany 1 year ago

    His explaining away Nick Cage’s birth certificate would’ve made Stan Lee smile.

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  • AmandaonMaui 1 year ago

    Was it Stephen Colbert who correct him on all things Hobbit and LotR?

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  • kelly 1 year ago

    Greatest thing this week. Other than taylor swifts new song

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  • Clara Fedde 1 year ago

    To answer your last question…YES!

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  • Pimp Portal YourSHYleo 1 year ago

    Are you ever going to write something down with that pencil is what I would ask

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  • judy beecher 1 year ago

    It’s pronouncef teeshock

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  • damp doily 1 year ago

    Correction: Leaf By Niggle is Tolkien’s shortest work.

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  • BaMenace 1 year ago

    You forgot about the false statement you made about the Australian government “confiscating” all of Australians guns. It was a no questions asked BUYBACK scheme. Citizens voluntarily handed in their guns for cash without questions of how or where they got it. If you chose not to hand your gun in, you simply couldn’t register it.

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  • don fitzsimons 1 year ago

    kŏd′ĭ-fī′, kō′də- : Your pronunciation is used less but acceptable, Mr. Meyers. I favor the second pronunciation because the primary sounds as if something is transmorgrifying into a fish.

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  • Scott Butler 1 year ago

    Horrible.
    Sorry. Love Seth but I would rather cut my hair in the dark.

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  • Kevin Leal 1 year ago

    Let the sea captain do the corrections

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  • Fiona Hoey 1 year ago

    Codified has a long o in real English!!

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  • Kate Timmins 1 year ago

    okay but is it someones job to comb through the comments for these and make notes or is seth doing it himself, if so very concerned for seths mind

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  • Leonard Trout 1 year ago

    I’m so happy this is lovely

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  • Alex Thirkell 1 year ago

    Great segment, love the vibe!!
    BTW, please correct the way Seth accommodates his pencil in his hand, because at 5:27 I physically flinched as he slammed the point into the desk. A gentle flick-up of the wrist and a simultaneous momentary loosening of the grip can achieve the same result without damaging the lead.

    What does he need a pencil for at all in fact…?

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  • Number Fortyseven 1 year ago

    People in NZ say “Crikey” but it’s not modern. It’s kiwiboomer speak.

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  • Gustavo Rocha 1 year ago

    More. Crew. Joining. In. Skip. The. Guest. Who. Cares. I. Need. More. Crew.

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  • David O'Gorman 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is pronounced Tea Shock. And it’s “the craic” not “a craic”.

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  • Dubya_B 1 year ago

    Okay, I get that you’re getting a lot of flak from LOTR fans. But seriously you’d pick the old testament over Return of the King? You clearly haven’t read there old testament. Good luck man. Good luck.

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  • First Mate 1 year ago

    The best! This is the best.

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  • Brandon M Roe 1 year ago

    Candace is also a Biblical name, Seth. smh…

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  • WaspandUnicorn 1 year ago

    You’re pushing it Myers. There are some angry hobbits out here foaming at the mouth.

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  • Miguel Acuna 1 year ago

    Why does his card say “this area has been cleaned and disinfected?”

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  • SandyRiverBlue 1 year ago

    Tee-shock or Tee-sheck not Taysha.
    Fun fact: It is illegal for the Irish president (not the same thing as the Taoiseach) to leave the country during their term.

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  • Bill Kerr 1 year ago

    *Rule #1* – Never read the comments. Never. But if for some reason you feel you must Please don’t feed the correction trolls.

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  • sammygirl6910 1 year ago

    Speaking of Nick Cage, Seth’s hairline😲

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  • Cameron Steel 1 year ago

    At least in Australia, codified is pronounced the way you first said it. Seems to be another US/UK thing lol

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  • Jane White 1 year ago

    This segment is wonderful.

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  • gbee 1 year ago

    This is now my favourite segment on the show. So much going on here. 😂

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  • missfairuzadotcom 1 year ago

    No Amber! This is his show, let him continue this. Tq ❤️

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  • Bee Whistler 1 year ago

    Deborah still sound weird for a colonial name considering it’s my name (different spelling though).

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  • Umbrella Multimedia 1 year ago

    “Crikey is Australian – fair dinkum cobber.” (a New Zealander trying to speak Strine, Australian slang)

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  • Rayne 1 year ago

    Codified can be pronounced either way. That is an annoying and pedantic correction.

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  • Senga Brockerhoff 1 year ago

    Can Seth get any cuter!? 😂😍

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  • EverythingisEverything 1 year ago

    HIS DINOSAUR NAME WAS NICK CAGE 🤣🤣🤣

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  • Chris Hei 1 year ago

    Best part of the show, so real and chill with the chatter and laughter

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  • Amaryllis1970 1 year ago

    Can’t wait for the rebuke Seth will get from Colbert for the LOTR and Hobbit jokes.

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  • ZarlanTheGreen 1 year ago

    “The Taoiseach[c] is the prime minister and head of government of Ireland.[a]”
    Also it appears to be pronounced more along the lines of “tiishah”, rather than “teysha” that Seth said. (rather than “tiishah”, it can also be pronounced as “tiishach”, where the “ch” is the same as in “loch”, depending on dialect/accent …but not everyone is able to pronounce that sound)

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  • Ross cooper 1 year ago

    Taoiseach pronounced Thee shock

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  • ZarlanTheGreen 1 year ago

    Tolkien’s works are overrated, and he is kinda crap as an author (his books would have benefited massively, from a good editor…), but… They are quite good. I get that people can feel that tLoTR can drag on a bit, but… Don’t let that stop you from reading them! (I rather enjoy the fact that things take a realistic amount of time, in his works …unlike most Fantasy works, where you can have people travel across the whole world, in a few weeks at most)

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  • ZarlanTheGreen 1 year ago

    If you think Return of the King is hard to get through… the bible is *_WAAAAAY WORSE,_* in every possible way, than anything Tolkien has ever written.

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  • Coos Oorlog 1 year ago

    this has become my absolute favourite segment. didn’t see that coming.

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  • Capt Crash 1 year ago

    Nah, Amber’s wrong: us Aussies are renowned for “Crikey!”, thanks to Mr Irvine

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  • Curious Crocodile 1 year ago

    Actually it’s pronounced ‘tee shock’ … not ‘ta sha’. Don’t fret – I only know this because I’m married to an Irish maiden :-))))

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  • The Random Panda Man 1 year ago

    “Anyone who says I’m wrong is also wrong…” – Amber

    Amber just admitted she was wrong, and Seth didn’t pick up on it. Not a correction, but I wanted to point it out anyway.

    #JusticeForScollins

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  • Bungle 1 year ago

    Fun fact: Noah’s wife’s name was also Noah. It wasn’t her birth name, of course, but she was super jealous of his conversations with God so she copied everything he did with the hopes that God would say something to her one day. He never did.

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  • scaram0uche 1 year ago

    A few months ago you said that people get mad at Billy Joel for playing his new stuff and they just want to hear Piano Man but HE HASN’T RELEASED A ROCK ALBUM SINCE 1993. THERE IS NO NEW STUFF. There was a Mexican Connection reference a few days later so I know there is a Billy Joel fan somewhere on your writing staff. Please make this a correction.

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  • Paul Ball 1 year ago

    Sorry, still wrong, the Irish premier is pronounced tea shock.

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  • Katherine Mackenzie-Smith 1 year ago

    100% my favourite segment of all the late night shows. Is that too far? I don’t even care.

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  • floopin thepig 1 year ago

    Its actually Priftin

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  • Em M 1 year ago

    Seth, you’re going to have to correct your correction next week. I’m a Scots Gaelic speaker (which is similar to Irish) and that’s not how you pronounce Taoiseach 🤣

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  • mreducto2 1 year ago

    Ambers face shield is just a trimmed two liter bottle.

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  • Mary Anderson 1 year ago

    in Ireland. it’s pronounced
    TEA-SHOCK

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  • Karen Jean Mooney-Kelleher 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced “tea-shock” say it with us Seth….

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  • Lili bug 1 year ago

    I like Amber but her racism towards New Zealanders is concerning…. maybe she should get to know us instead then she would understand that we are a different country from Australia and that we do not talk like them. We forgive you Amber for your ignorance because that is the kiwi way.

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  • zachary lynn 1 year ago

    I think the Captain is a LOTR fan, maybe he will go on a lil corrective rant?

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  • David Griffin 1 year ago

    Irish comment, but its spelt taoiseach but its pronounced Tea-Shock

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  • Christina Vuyk 1 year ago

    This segment is extremely hobbit forming (I’ll get me coat 😜😂😂)

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  • Shari Christ 1 year ago

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. This is the best thing of my week. I love this. Never stop these corrections 😂

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  • susan 1 year ago

    Oh no you DilDon’t!

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  • Brian McGuinness 1 year ago

    It’s not Teeshee, it’s pronounced Teeshock

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  • David Alvarado 1 year ago

    4:03 Seth, wouldn’t ‘Return of the King’ be the New Testament?

    If there’s is a God, I hope she’s reading the comments!

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  • Shane Murphy 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is pronounced Tee-sh-oc….. Who told him it was taysha?? And you have THE craic not a craic

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  • TheTheoTherone 1 year ago

    Cue 1999 beck. And your sister!!!

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  • J S 1 year ago

    Codify the way you said it is fine, it’s just British, not American

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  • Flâneur 1 year ago

    You pronounced codify right for those of us in the UK, Seth.

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  • Niamh Perreault 1 year ago

    Ah more corrections on corrections, the proper pronunciation of Taoiseach in English is more like “TEE-shock”. Also its ‘the craic” not ‘a craic” 🙂 with gently smirking vibes from an Irish fan transplanted to RI.

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  • C.A. Savage 1 year ago

    It’s probable that the name Deborah was not pronounced the same way in biblical times.
    Think Deb-BOR-ah instead of DEB-orah. Just like Rachel would have been pronounced Rak-el.

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  • notme 1 year ago

    Seth, it’s not pronounced ‘Tay-shuh’ it is pronounced ‘Tee-shuck’. And spelled taoiseach for anyone curious.

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  • Me Off 1 year ago

    Never change Amber. Never change.

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  • Noopur Raval 1 year ago

    It’s CoPOLaaa

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  • Couch Potato 1 year ago

    Good segment. 👍🏼👍🏼

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  • Kathryn P 1 year ago

    I fucking LOVE this segment!

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  • Karina Flower 1 year ago

    This has become my favorite segment of Seth’s. I notice all the mistakes but I’m not the type to comment on them. I learned early on in life that that practice does not endear you to people. But I hope people keep doing it. When he said, “We’re going to keep the show going for another hour,” I said, “What, and stare at your chiseled jaw for an hour? Your chin dent?” Then he gave up. Nice. Don’t mind me, I just woke up.

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  • Breanne Lasorso 1 year ago

    I’ve got some bad news for Seth about Candace…

    https://www.behindthename.com/name/candace

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  • Kay-Lee W. 1 year ago

    I love you guys hahaha

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  • A Morfus 1 year ago

    Deborah was actually a judge in the Old Testament.

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  • Michael Warman 1 year ago

    Codified definitely is pronounced code-ified; you’re committing something to code, like a code of laws. Not committing it cod, like Captain Birdseye

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  • brad 1 year ago

    Love this stuff.

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  • C.Michelle Sparks 1 year ago

    The corrections “are” over. Lol

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  • Natalie Parker 1 year ago

    I love these segments because Seth looks like he’s having so much fun😊. Love you & the team🥰

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  • Rosemary Schlick 1 year ago

    I love Seth more every time I hear him. This show is brilliant. It also makes me happy, and not much does these days.

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  • mason salt 1 year ago

    Seth Meyers is fucking hilarious.

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  • C J 1 year ago

    Seth has mastered the internet

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  • Sukhbir Sekhon 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced teesha.

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  • Sukhbir Sekhon 1 year ago

    Doris is the best old testament name.

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  • Sukhbir Sekhon 1 year ago

    All that tapping with the pencil makes me cringe. When you do that it breaks the lead in the pencil so that when you come to sharpen it the lead just breaks off.

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  • Geekella 1 year ago

    I love this. More

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  • blupunk01 1 year ago

    The long o pronunciation of codify is standard in British English. It’s only in America that we somehow take a derivative of the word code and turn the o into an ah sound.

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  • Zara Amir 1 year ago

    Oh look a late night show actually trying to adapt to the new platform. Love it.

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  • Latrice Burks 1 year ago

    Seth, listen to Amber! Black women know best! 👸🏾💁🏾‍♀️ To hell with the haters! <3

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  • Rose Martin 1 year ago

    I would take an hour of this 🤣

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  • frank o'callaghan 1 year ago

    For English speakers, Taoiseach is best pronounced “Tea Shock” for a close approximation.

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  • Kocicka Kitty 1 year ago

    Dude, whats with the hair?
    Going for the “Count Dracula” look?

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  • A. Corbett 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced T-shuck, Seth but we will accept Optimus Prime, Minister

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  • - Slinger - 1 year ago

    4:02 I really hope you said “return o’ the king” and not “return to the king” otherwise you know, correction.

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  • Mac Safi 1 year ago

    my new favorite segment

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  • Ashling O'Malley 1 year ago

    Hello from Ireland. Taoiseach is
    actually pronounced like “tea shock”. But good attempt. It is ridiculously hard.

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  • Alistair Dunn 1 year ago

    The irish prime minister is pronounced ‘tee-shuck’
    God damn it.

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  • DestroyEraseImprove ; 1 year ago

    The left – We don’t have the truth on our side so we’ll use the entertainment industry and media to brainwash the mindless masses into thinking our murderous Marxism is a good idea.

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  • Simon Prefontaine 1 year ago

    Actually it’s pronounced “Lord of the Reeeengs”.

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  • Daphne White 1 year ago

    There is a Candace in the Bible. Book of Acts.

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  • Rob McLauchlan 1 year ago

    I love corrections. Never stop.

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  • John Farren 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is pronounced TEE-SHUCK 🙂
    Love the show!!

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  • jb888888888 1 year ago

    I would have expected William Fitzpatrick to be able to pronounce Taoiseach. Maybe Patrick Fitzwilliam can do better.

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  • Susan D 1 year ago

    LOL, this was great!

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  • Walking Charade 1 year ago

    moses’ wife’s name in translation is just. birdie.

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  • Walking Charade 1 year ago

    seth is trying to start something with colbert huh

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  • Jenn Quinn 1 year ago

    …. the Irish Taoiseach is pronounced Tee-shock! Though I agree Irish is hard to pronounce.

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  • Maria G. 1 year ago

    You are always perfect, Seth dear, please enjoy your children’s book while the grown ups read LOTR and nert about how codified, Taoiseach and Smaug are pronounced — we know what’s worthy of many cognitive resources 😂

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  • MadAboutShelley 1 year ago

    It’s actually just “having craic” not “a craic”, but A for effort, haha!

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  • reenougle 1 year ago

    Sorry, Seth. The Irish pronunciation of taoiseach is Tee-shuck. And you dont have “a” craic, you have “craic”. “What’s the craic?” Or, “We had great craic”.

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  • john burke 1 year ago

    Irish prime minister’s name is pronounce phonetically , thea ( as in thesis) shock

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  • Margaux Fracisco 1 year ago

    I’m SHOOK over all the LOTR hate! Had me SCREAMING 🤣🤣🤣

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  • leafy one 1 year ago

    My new favorite Saturday video.

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  • Stacie Stacie 1 year ago

    Funny

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  • dylan adams 1 year ago

    Crikey is definitely Australian and not really Kiwi – if we say crikey, it’s when we’re mocking an Aussie. Like how Americans say “sorry” but only to mock Canada…

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  • Dominic Zerafa 1 year ago

    This is amazing

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  • Not Sure 1 year ago

    Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing “codified” and not using Nic Cage’s real name. I used this information in my life and I have to tell you, WOW! what a change it made, Thanks Chuckles.

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  • Adrian Colley 1 year ago

    You can call the Irish Taoiseach a prime minister. The title Taoiseach is in the Irish Constitution, where it’s defined as… prime minister. We don’t care if you get Taoiseach right, but if you care: “TEE shuck”.

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  • BPop 67 1 year ago

    It warms my heart to see everyone making connections to Colbert. Stephen & Seth are the reasons we survived 2020.

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  • Fischer Fish Supplies 1 year ago

    I watch your show but I do not like it.

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  • Prachi M. 1 year ago

    Did anyone else notice Andy Samberg in the bottom right corner? 😂

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  • John A 1 year ago

    Love this digital only segment!!!!

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  • John A 1 year ago

    Yay! The codified thing made it!

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  • John A 1 year ago

    Definitely another A+ Seth! I’d watch you vamp for an hour fo rizz

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  • The Friday Night Cohorts 1 year ago

    Return of the king???

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  • Sassy Books 1 year ago

    I thought the leader of the government of the republic of Ireland was pronounce /Tea•shock/ but what do I know 🤔

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  • tnietvelt 1 year ago

    First person I have come across with the same feelings I have about LOTR 😍

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  • Persis Wynter 1 year ago

    LOL Seth! Keep it coming!

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  • Jessica 1 year ago

    Amber ❤️❤️❤️

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  • Clarence Innes 1 year ago

    In many regions, the word “codified” actually is pronounced with a long O.

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  • nancianne cianci 1 year ago

    The old Hebrew name Devora (דְּבוֹרָה) may translate loosely to Deborah in English, however, English developed a lot later, don’t you know. So, not really the same.

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  • AndYour Wrong 1 year ago

    This is…..thee..best. the rest of the show is great nut this is the best

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  • E L 1 year ago

    DUDE! where’s my car?

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  • Aidan McNamara 1 year ago

    Haha! It’s taoiseach, actually pronounced ‘Tea Shock’.

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  • Abigail Martin 1 year ago

    your move, colbert

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  • Eustace Tuberson 1 year ago

    Correction for next week: You were joking about the idea of Candace being a Bible name. In fact, _Candace_ is a Bible name in the New Testament (Acts 8:27), the regnal title of the Queen of Ethiopia.

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  • Elise Code 1 year ago

    patty and candice lol

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  • Eric Brandon 1 year ago

    These are my absolute favorite. Especially Amber telling Seth to stop.

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  • Paula Hildebrandt 1 year ago

    “I just read it when I was too young…like thirty…”

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  • Dominic Cichocki 1 year ago

    I love this so much. Please keep doing this.

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  • Michael John Angel 1 year ago

    Bravo, Seth!!!!

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  • Ktlemongrass 1 year ago

    The difference between a face shield and a mask are huge though… there needs to be more PSAs. Snl had a few sketches tonight that Insinuated after the first shot you’re Instantly 100% immune and don’t need to wear a mask.

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  • sodapop426 1 year ago

    They missed a mistake I pointed out when they had a Closer Look about Cuomo. They mistook the mayor for his brother on CNN

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  • chrisleneil 1 year ago

    I love these already, but an Amber cameo just makes it perfection!🤩

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  • Jennifer Anderson 1 year ago

    I’m so torn… I agree with Amber that this is unhealthy (never read these dumbass comments, Seth!), but I also think it’s absolutely hilarious and can’t wait for more! LOL

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  • GrumpyOldJim 1 year ago

    I’ve never heard a Kiwi say ‘crikey’, ever. It’s an Australian thing. It can be found in suburban Australia in the 1970’s and in the vocabulary of the late Steve Irwin.

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  • Dom and Colleen teach English 1 year ago

    Sorry Seth, you’re going to have to correct yourself again – it’s Teeshuk. And… yup, Irish people don’t have a crack, they enjoy the crack (craic) but it’s actually an English word with an Irish spelling…

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  • dorialine1 1 year ago

    This is fantastic lmao

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  • dorialine1 1 year ago

    SETH YOUR NAME IS IN THE BIBLE THOUGH

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  • The Watchman Studios 1 year ago

    OOOOOOHHHH..Lord of the Rings Slams… Colbert and Meyers late night wars…COMING UP!! (corrections is one of my fav bits)

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  • Mark Jordan 1 year ago

    Almost had it 😂…Taoiseach is pronounced like “tea-shock”..
    Need another correction Seth 🤣🤣

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  • Kevin McLoughlin 1 year ago

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahaha DEBORAH?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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  • Andrew Smith 1 year ago

    I was way too high for that quiet moment at the end

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  • xl 1 year ago

    I didn’t get the codified joke
    What war wrong with the pronunciation code + ified ?

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  • chrizbie 1 year ago

    New Zealander here, crikey is an old word but I personally make a point of saying it whenever I can, you so still hear it frequently enough

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  • Jim Winston 1 year ago

    The prime minister of Ireland is pronounced ” Tee ShockT

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  • Daniel Woolcock 1 year ago

    She wrong we say Crikey in Australia lol

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  • MatchstalkMan 1 year ago

    Seth, you wouldn’t be far wrong if you pronounced Taoiseach as TEA-shock.
    What’s TayShah?
    Also, craic has a long ‘a’ vowel. Like the first ‘A’ in America. Rather than a short ‘a’ vowel like the second ‘a’ in America.
    We don’t ‘have a craic’, we ‘have a bit o’ craic.’

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  • Ambika Lokesh 1 year ago

    🤣❤

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  • Nahuel Martínez 1 year ago

    To answer your question, dear Seth, yes. Yes it is.

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  • Damien Kennedy 1 year ago

    Digital citizens unite. I can’t get Seth except for YT, I don’t live in the US, I really appreciate him and the extras.

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  • SevenDaysToNoon 1 year ago

    This was a misstep!

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  • The Majestic Manatee 1 year ago

    The way you pronounce it, like “Debra”, with a silent O, has a very modern ring to it, but the name in the Bible would be pronounced with the O 😉

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  • Joseph Destito 1 year ago

    Why does Hollywood change their names to obscure their lineage?

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  • Cozii Frame 1 year ago

    Yall remember the Hobbit cartoon from the 80’s ( well that’s when I saw it) . It may be a lil older than the 80s though

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  • Walküre Unruh 1 year ago

    I Thought the Germans were best to correct other people if they made a mistake:
    because we have words like ” Covid-prevention restriction area” or so, but you
    americans are on a good way to change it and become the best. Good luck!
    But take this:: Basisreproduktionszahl, Immuninsuffiziens, Impfstoffnationalismus and this are the easy ones! Impfstoffnationalismus means btw that for us it is important, from what country a vaccination comes. Some of us don’t take anything it has to be the russion one. or the german, or the US one, or “not biontec!” We are very special! Like you, too!

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  • Jacob Butler 1 year ago

    Bored!

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  • MarcosElMalo2 1 year ago

    You’re setting a good example for other comedy outlets like Fox News Channel.

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  • gagaplex LPs 1 year ago

    This comedy show has far greater journalistic integrity than Fox News.

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  • Sinead O Donnell 1 year ago

    prime minister of ireland is pronounced tee-shock

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  • Leo Degas 1 year ago

    Is this an on going segment? It’s so not funny, that it’s funny.
    🤔😬😵🥴🤣

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  • mavigogun 1 year ago

    Look, the show is good- but this is so much better.

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  • Tom 1 year ago

    I’m going to miss these segments when covid goes away.

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  • Grant B 1 year ago

    I think a graphic novel called “Cage the Dinosaur Avenger” has great potential.

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  • Noah Levin 1 year ago

    I love these and please keep doing them

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  • Chris Green 1 year ago

    Still got Taoiseach wrong. It’s tea-shuck (as in shucking corn)

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  • TR King 1 year ago

    Someone must be looking at the Old Testament for a Karen.

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  • Tiffany Mackie 1 year ago

    I’m starting to think the “corrections” are cracking me up the most. Thanks for the laughs, always, through of all this!

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  • Livia Zambardino 1 year ago

    The way italo-American just forget how to properly pronounce their names will never stop being funny to me. I always wonder if they do it to blend in or they just gave up on correcting people at a certain point and went yeah sure that’s how you say it.”

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  • klfjoat 1 year ago

    “I’d read [the Judeo-Christian bible] if the only other thing available was Return of the King” <-- This SENT me!!! Especially since the continuous fundraiser for Late Night on YouTube is a Judeo-Christian organization. Be consistent.

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  • Katherine Sotol 1 year ago

    Besides loving “Corrections,” I also love your takedowns of Tolkien. Man! I am so sick of that bozo! He was a lazy writer who: used “magic” to fix the plot after painting himself into a corner; never fully developed his characters; spent far too much time describing landscape; and, like nearly all fantasy writers, placed evil outside of human agency. Please, people! Read some well-written, thoughtful, and challenging books! And keep loving Seth Meyers, who is always thoughtful and challenging.

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  • David Armillie 1 year ago

    I would like to make a correction! We don’t like the way you are not knit picky enough about our knit pickiness!

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  • Nico Moreno 1 year ago

    Home run yes, but Seth… bro you killed me at the end! 😂

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  • Gerald Grenier 1 year ago

    Meyers vs Colbert on a Tolkien-off

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  • Randall T 1 year ago

    I don’t even watch the show, just Corrections 😂

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  • Xini Xini 1 year ago

    Good thing you’re not trying to pitch any Carlos Ray Norris jokes then ehh?

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  • Stephen Cooper 1 year ago

    Your Deborah issue actually has a name. It is called the Tiffany problem in literary circles. Tiffany is a name that traces back to at least mid evil times, but sounds way too modern to be used by authors trying to come up with an old sounding name.

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  • Kristen Campbell 1 year ago

    The deserted acoustic curiously store because shake apparently drop down a unwritten clock. flagrant, verdant coffee

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  • Gerard Kean 1 year ago

    corrections is my new favourite segment

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  • Terry Tube 1 year ago

    I read the Hobbit when I was 28 and had loads of patience. It’s been 26 years since I read the Hobbit and it is the most boring book I have ever read. And I have read Art of the Deal, which is very sleep-inducing and sad.

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  • Branjo Snow 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced “Tee Shuck”.

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  • Ohad Ouziel 1 year ago

    Deborah is actually a bee in Hebrew, and she is pretty badass in the bible

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  • old grey cat 1 year ago

    You got a true LOL at the Hobbit comment like ” I read it when I was too young, like about 30.”
    Even though I loved it at age 8, and understood the style of LOTR by 12.

    I think readers need the older, no-vocab-or-punctuations-holds-barred, ask if you don’t understand pre-70s children’s literature, folk-tales and King James Bible / major mythology background to be comfortable with Tolkien’s work. Without that, you need a lot of heavy reading which most won’t do for fun. So I don’t blame those who don’t get why I like it.

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  • toneisha johnson 1 year ago

    😆 😆 😆 😆😂

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  • Gavin Brooks 1 year ago

    Did he say “Return to the King”?
    Here comes another correction…

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  • Jeff Smith 1 year ago

    The show keeps getting better and better. The candidness of the jokes feel more natural than when you would tell jokes on “regular tv” pre-covid. 🙂

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  • Eva Andersen 1 year ago

    Is A+ still a part of the official grading system?

    And yes.. Yes I’m kidding.

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  • BoRegah 1 year ago

    Actually by far my favorite part of all the Late Night online stuff.
    As a long year freeloadin’ Youtube lurker I appreciate it a lot.

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  • Diane Blumenthal 1 year ago

    These segments are fun, but also, some people have way too much time on their hands.

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  • Richard the Great 1 year ago

    Seth…what is wrong with you??? 🤣😂 I’m giving you a prescription: you need to read the Bible, Lord of the Rings, and the Silmarillion! Smh

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  • Emily Lyons 1 year ago

    the way he holds the pencil…such grace… it’s all i’m focused on

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  • Andreas Kohlmann 1 year ago

    WHERE IS MY HOUR OF SETH JUST SITTING THERE????

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  • Lara Harding 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is pronounced TEE schuck and you wete having THE craic, not A crack. Yikes!

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  • Lara Harding 1 year ago

    Actually, according to Webster, both pronunciations of codify are correct.

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  • STEWART WILLIAMS 1 year ago

    did someone say seths crrections day. any one got something to write on ? oh here,s a bit of paper stuck to the wall . any one got a pen ????

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  • Sabrina 1 year ago

    Correction: Candace is actually a name in the Bible. She was an Ethiopian queen who converted to Christianity.
    When you said Candace I was like wait a minute. Then I looked it up. Lol

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  • Paul Russell 1 year ago

    Crikey is Australian not New Zealandian

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  • scbtripwire 1 year ago

    Seth, your name is actually pronounced Patricia.

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  • alch3myau 1 year ago

    Why does Amber have a she-wee over her face?

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  • Matt Biviano 1 year ago

    Stephen Colbert is absolutely one of the (at time of typing) 99 dislikes on this video… maybe all 99. And probably a report to youtube for bullying.

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  • Gollum’s Lover 1 year ago

    Real heroes.

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  • Chris Carver 1 year ago

    FFS!!! Apparently, “a bunch of people” pointed out that although Deborah (Ben Franklin’s wife’s name) sounds like a new, modern & very recently birthed moniker to Seth, it was, in fact mentioned in The Old Testament. Well, I say that it is a damn shame that not one member of that “bunch” of people who so quickly corrected Seth bothered to also mention to him that in the very same joke, he would much more egregiously state that Ben Franklin INVENTED ELECTRICITY!!!!! I mean, why bother correcting that deeply troubling statement when there’s far more important debates to be had over the home nation of the word “crikey” or how bloody old some random female name may or may not be. You hurt my heart as well as my brain tonight, Mr. Meyers & now you must live with that!

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  • Pixler Abigail 1 year ago

    Honestly, just thank you for this show.

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  • andyidsinga 1 year ago

    I had to check the length of the video…

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  • andyidsinga 1 year ago

    Deborah had a son , wait for it : Scullins

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  • Annie Jankovic 1 year ago

    Love the dunking on Lord of the Rings 🤣

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  • jeff agatstein 1 year ago

    This is the best. Never stop.

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  • puellanivis 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is /tiːʃəx/ (wikipedia gives TEE-shakh for English speakers) not /teɪ̯.ʃə/.

    Also, codify is both /ˈkɑ.dɨˌfaɪ/ and /ˈkoʊ.dɨˌfaɪ/ (cod-ify, and code-ify). And in Received Pronunciation definitely not cod-ify.

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  • Tallsy Groth 1 year ago

    Crikey is Australian 🇦🇺

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  • Brandon Torres 1 year ago

    5:20 If we don’t nitpick and comment on what you get wrong, how else are we supposed to interact with people over the internet?

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  • Chris Maynard 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is pronounced tee-shock

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  • Baz Dunne 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced like tea-shock
    And his name Micheál, is pronounced me-hall… not me-hole… unless you were trying to be funny and make it sound like ass, in which case it’s understandable but the premise is off.

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  • Tamales21 1 year ago

    Someone please link me the nick cage/dinosaur joke I missed it.

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  • lorenzo7211944 1 year ago

    (btw, your hair looks great tonight!)

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  • Moose McFood 1 year ago

    Hi an Irish person here, it’s pronounced tee-shock-t (2 syllables). A for effort though, love the show. Keep being awesome.

    P.S. we also have a president (who doesn’t really have that much formal power)

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  • Carolyne Leys 1 year ago

    I <3 Seth

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  • Jack s. kicking 1 year ago

    This show is soon going to be 2 minutes long the more distant trump becomes.

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  • kenny martin 1 year ago

    favorite newer segment, don’t stop!!!

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  • Becky Clooney Shanahan 1 year ago

    Taoiseach is pronounced “Tee-shuck” – come on, Seth XP

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  • Miss Mae Flowers 1 year ago

    I’m homeschooling.
    We just read The Hobbit.
    That’s the worst trash I ever read. Was he high?? Make a point. The man can’t chose an initial, that’s the first sign.
    It was so bad I was rooting for the spiders that caught them.

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  • jennifer lucas 1 year ago

    Seth you are every Irish Mother’s Nightmare and that’s a compliment coming from an Irish mother

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  • klo69smo 1 year ago

    Seth Meyers, proof that the general public will watch anything.

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  • Nembly 1 year ago

    Next week: Amber reads Return of the King. Some people love it. *Some people* use it to fall asleep.

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  • Chase Jarrah 1 year ago

    The broken paste preliminarily belong because fireman fascinatingly follow up a yielding cormorant. daily, mysterious bassoon

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  • Katie Cottingham 1 year ago

    Amber telling him not to engage the trolls just really drives home that she is the friend we all wish we had and could be for someone else.

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  • nalk20 1 year ago

    They have to keep this segment – Running to my keyboard is the best exercise routine i can get during this pandemic.

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  • danny lin 1 year ago

    The barbarous rugby bodily choke because paper temporarily rain concerning a graceful brian. possessive, colorful zoology

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  • brianalice 1 year ago

    Candace is also a biblical name. Candace was the queen of the Ethiopians.

    (Pronounced more like “Kandake” back then.)

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  • Candice T. 1 year ago

    Um… Candace is Queen of Ethiopia in the Bible. It’s actually a title similar to “Caesar” in the Roman tradition.

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  • TheMelulater 1 year ago

    We do say “crikey” in New Zealand. #justsaying

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  • dominomasked 1 year ago

    My engagement is engaged!

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  • Ken Danger 1 year ago

    Uh oh he is gonna make some LOTR fans mad

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  • Ursa Major 1 year ago

    Good old Seth Myers , the former comedian who traded funny for woke .

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  • Carrie Muniak 1 year ago

    Omfg! This is one of the funniest things I have ever seen! I loooooove corrections! And the end? *chefs kiss* I was in straight up stitches!

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  • NoalFarstrider 1 year ago

    Why does amber have a cut up 2 liter on her face?

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  • singleta 1 year ago

    This is why Colbert’s show is so much better – he never gets Lord Of The Rings wrong!

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  • JustCallMeDom 1 year ago

    Should’ve been “The corrections *are* over.”

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  • Zane Atkins 1 year ago

    Wonderful video. Thanks for sharing.

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  • CaptainWonderButt. 1 year ago

    I legit thought the face shield was apart of a bit because it looks likes a two liter bottle cut in half.

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  • Mac 1 year ago

    Its “Return of the King” not “Return to the King”

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  • Lisa S 1 year ago

    are you coming back to YOUTOOOB? WE MISS YOU.

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  • Boogie With Cookie 1 year ago

    I agree with Amber! Don’t do this segment! Don’t feed the internet trolls! LOL. xoxo

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  • Joe Bloggs 1 year ago

    I love how this non-segment is better than all the material the paid writers put out

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