CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, May 17

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Published on May 21, 2021

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like referring to the QAnon shaman as the QAnon Viking.

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  • King Breezy 1 year ago

    what the hell is this? lmfaooooo well played 🤝🤣

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  • YouKnowHimAsMatt 1 year ago

    The Apollo 13 “Watered” not “Landed”

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  • Brian Dady 1 year ago

    Dude. You don’t smoke vape pens. It’s vapor, right? No smoke. Do the maths.

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  • Clint B 1 year ago

    Have you tried using a title card that says “Corrections”?

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  • theBriarChallenge 1 year ago

    Who thinks the entire crew regrets starting this bit…..

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  • Miguel Jabbour 1 year ago

    It is Taskmaster not Taskmasters

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  • fiddlesticks 1 year ago

    Cut the feed!

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  • osbmultisport 1 year ago

    “Oh, that’s a double negative!” Hilarious

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  • Christina Johnson 1 year ago

    We admire you guys so much we hold you to the same standard as the NYT.

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  • rohit rolla 1 year ago

    Time to rename this from ‘Corrections’ to ‘Corrections? Na ahhh’ 😆

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  • EternalRecurrence 1 year ago

    That was a good movie seth, I think I’m gonna watch it again, also ED HARRIS IS ALIVE!!!!! and seth I’ll never stop watching the show YOU CANJT TELL ME WAHT TO DO WHEREs SHOEMAKER

    ps. commented to soon, THAT BURN LOLOLOLOL sorrymates.

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  • Getsugaru 1 year ago

    3:10 The real correction is that “Taskmasters” doesn’t exist; the show you are referring to is called “Taskmaster.” I would have commented such on the video in question, but you only now just invited criticism in the comments section, and I respect you too much to do so prior to receiving your permission.
    EDIT: 3:50 Yeah, no, it isn’t.

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  • Nusha Z 1 year ago

    Maths is short for mathematics. It’s a plural. Nobody ever said “I’m going to do a mathematic”.

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  • Jan van der Toorn 1 year ago

    Seth, you are really really funny I love the show! and this bit is just fantastic😂 Greetings from Berlin

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  • Liam O'Brien 1 year ago

    #notallalligators

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  • Susan Leslie 1 year ago

    You know, you didn’t *have* to throw good grammar away with the tea… 😉

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  • King Breezy 1 year ago

    the pled and pleaded was legit hilarious! 👐👊🏻

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  • Susan Robinson 1 year ago

    I saw that Shoemaker ball-attack coming a mile away!

    Hey! Since you did an interview with Wally, can you please do an interview with Mikey the Shoes???
    Or are you too afraid of him, Seth? 😁

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  • Angie Recovering_Clutterer 1 year ago

    *Waves at Amber*

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  • Joseph L. Selby 1 year ago

    I can’t help myself, Lloyd asked you to stop working with alligators and not crocodiles.

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  • Lu Woods 1 year ago

    Extra. just… Extra.
    There’s got to be something wrong there ; )

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  • Melissa Watkins 1 year ago

    I saw that double negative comin’ a mile away and it still cracked me TF up

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  • Linkefer Sweeps 1 year ago

    That time prediction though, just like watching kong pow.
    wuewuewuewue

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  • Eric Minch 1 year ago

    I *know*! Gators always ask “What’s my motivation here in this scene?”

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  • A B 1 year ago

    hey seth, love ya… buuut the definition of landing is: “an instance of coming or bringing something to land” not water

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  • robin orona 1 year ago

    loved the british math*s* burn.

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  • Miss Truly 1 year ago

    Mikey tha shoe clearly knows what’s up in comedy… you’re lucky to have him, Seth 😂😂

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  • C J 1 year ago

    I feel like I’m watching one long inside joke, week after week, between Seth and his crew. And I love it.

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  • Jessica S. 1 year ago

    What happened that Seth went from my least favorite to my most favorite? This show has stepped up its game in the past couple years. I always look forward to the sassy Corrections segment. ❤️

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  • Tom Brauey 1 year ago

    Unfortunately, you have to correct the correction: Apollo 13 did go to the moon – it just never landed there… 🤓

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  • ScytheNoire 1 year ago

    Any time you mention the GOP, you are saying it wrong. The GOP no longer exists, it’s now the GQP.

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  • J 1 year ago

    Pled is not supposed to be used in writing, but is still used in speech for context similar to how we use hanged and hung. As in One pleaded for his life, or he pled the Fifth. Pled won’t be leaving the English language anytime soon, Seth.

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  • Margaret Garland 1 year ago

    WHY DO THEY PUT AN S ON MATH!!! 😂

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  • Steve M 1 year ago

    It should be pled guilty, why isn’t that the cause you support on Closer Look? That seems a lot more important than, what was it again, keeping people from dying of hunger?

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  • londov1 1 year ago

    wait… “specific” or “all alligators”? there is a difference, and I’m not sure what the intended meaning is.

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  • Joseph Mannino 1 year ago

    When do we get the “Corrections on the Corrections” segment? Sha-man? No no no no it’s SHAAAAY-MAN!

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  • Mai Márquez 1 year ago

    “A Closer Look” is the best… but, “Corrections” is getting “closer”. The staff’s reaction really makes it so much funnier.

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  • Antoine FD 1 year ago

    “Not afraid of nobody” and “afraid of everybody” aren’t the same thing.
    “Not afraid of nobody” basically means “Afraid of at least 1 person”.
    Love you Seth. Keep it up!

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  • brookelynnbennett 1 year ago

    Verner sounds like Christopher Walken doing a German impression.

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  • Chris Harrington 1 year ago

    I wasn’t going to ever EVER do this, but now you’ve gone too far. “Shamen,” is pronounced with a LONG “A,” “Shaw-men.” It’s not “shame-en,” unless you’re a-shame-ened of your utter lack of knowledge of the Native American heritage.

    “Shaw-men.”

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  • Frodaddy09 1 year ago

    I think That I think you thought that you were thinking to much, you think?

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  • Wendigo63 ! 1 year ago

    Did Seth say that crocodiles are easier to work with than alligators !??

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  • Arnar Ingi 1 year ago

    Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary says the simple past tense and the past participle form are “pleaded or pled,” in that order. That means you can use both. Webster’s New World College Dictionary takes a narrower view: It gives you just one option: pleaded.

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  • B.W. James 1 year ago

    They need to change the name of this segment from Corrections to Excuses XD

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  • Alicia Lippert 1 year ago

    Mock the Week is on BBC2, not BBC. Come on, Seth.

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  • Doha Bagpatia 1 year ago

    love the video, but uh, shaman is pronounced shah-man, not shay-man 😅

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  • Sidney Mccarthy 1 year ago

    Funny corrections became such a big part of the brand

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  • Chris Hight 1 year ago

    Alligators are such a pain. Should have gone with a gorilla smoking a pipe or maybe a koala with a cigar. I’ve heard they are much better actors.

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  • Marcey Vogt 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣Shoemaker🤣🤣

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  • Wendigo63 ! 1 year ago

    9:20 … Santa’s not real?

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  • Heidi Sorenson 1 year ago

    already going to Hell for sure, but let me just clinch my seat for that ride, but the Apollo 13 did land….. so did the Challenger 😳🔥 yes I’ll say it! I was fucking forced to watch it live in elementary school. I’ll joke about my trauma how I want to!

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  • Crymson Nite 1 year ago

    I love that seth, stephen, and james have gotten so casual with the show, its so much more relatable

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  • Silly3P 1 year ago

    Is it really “extra” if its a reoccurring segment? Cmon guys….

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  • Jose Madriz 1 year ago

    This sound like written by Julio Torres. Just like his tone..

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  • jaykar100 1 year ago

    These are getting better n better 🤣🤣🤣

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  • Art Rich 1 year ago

    That was a loooooooooong walk. But goddammit it was worth it! 🤣🤣🤣

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  • francoispayen 1 year ago

    His impression of Werner Herzog sounds a lot like an impression of Christoph Waltz doing an impression of Werner Herzog.

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  • nasser qadri 1 year ago

    8:49 – did you mean the epitome of *pedantry*?

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  • Rob Boltwood 1 year ago

    Seths going to be so happy he was featured on have I got news for you. BBC’s best

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  • Adam Cox 1 year ago

    My goodness! Best one yet!

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  • Akemi Y 1 year ago

    Taskmaster is an awesome show.

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  • amanda lee-jaeger 1 year ago

    subtitling displayed that mickey “need you in the balls”… i believe we were looking know kneed?

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  • Jesse Lind 1 year ago

    Correction! You seemed decidedly non-plussed, and therefore I don’t believe this section should be called “extra” on account of how non-extra your attitude was.

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  • Black Wolfe CC 1 year ago

    He’s a total shame man.

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  • griff7533 1 year ago

    “People wrote” or “people commented” that something was wrong. No one has (or very few have) “said” something is wrong.

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  • Simone Edwards 1 year ago

    Correction: Show Amber’s face when you ask her a question.

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  • Mary Rose Kent 1 year ago

    I saw the Apollo 13 return in real time!

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  • Michael Ellsworth 1 year ago

    Shamen not shaeman

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  • scottaliable 1 year ago

    God damn it, you can’t even pronounce Toronto correctly on your “corrections.” The second T is silent. And I know you know this, for a fact, because I saw you do a JFL show up here and you said it CORRECTLY then. God damn it Seth!

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  • Michael Teret 1 year ago

    The Werner Herzog needs more work, please keep practicing. 😉

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  • Amy Warhaft 1 year ago

    🤣 so hilarious. This is the hardest I’ve laughed in awhile. Thank you for this

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  • Andrew Byron Loveshire 1 year ago

    Seth ya dummy – the subject is MATHEMATICS shortened to MATHS (because there are multiple types of Maths)
    if you want to study MATHEMATIC then be my guest in studying MATH.
    i’ll be over here studying PHYSIC at the same time ya nerd

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  • Brendan Baughn 1 year ago

    Now I have to watch Grizzly Man again… What a waste of a Friday.

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  • Nunna Beeznes 1 year ago

    I love how he makes these videos for the anal retentive basement trolls that gotta pick the most mundane things to be triggered by. 🤣

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  • Mary Rose Kent 1 year ago

    I love that you used irascible.

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  • Terry L 1 year ago

    Just get on with it

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  • Shantanu Mishra 1 year ago

    3:50 CORRECTION: People don’t just put ‘s’ at the end of the word for nothing, Seth. The ‘s’ of ‘Maths’ comes form the end of the word ‘Mathematics’.. just like short from of the word ‘Statistics’ is ‘Stats’.

    P.S. I took the bait, didn’t I?

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  • Schie 'The Shy Girl' 1 year ago

    Eventually these aren’t even gonna have sent in corrections and will just be 20 mins of seth rambling about made up co-workers. And I’m here for it.

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  • rpavlik1 1 year ago

    Ha, now it’s just “extra”. This is, indeed, the right amount of extra.

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  • Brendan Baughn 1 year ago

    Double 🌰🌰 Negative

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  • Ananyanarayan Dhanabalan 1 year ago

    Guys…. I may be wrong about this….. but I think Seth is dubbing in the time of the segment later on and doesn’t actually know it from the start…..

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  • afourtrackmind 1 year ago

    This one was actually funny.

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  • MaxPwr_FPV 1 year ago

    Like you do with MATHS

    😂😂😂😂😂

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  • jra 1 year ago

    “like [for] example, ‘to call that out, is the *epitome* of pendantic.'”

    OMG

    the humor in this is just SO DAMN GOOD on so many levels. even his writers missed this one!

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  • sharon campbell 1 year ago

    The lesson at the end is important.

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  • David Ryan 1 year ago

    Great Herzog

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  • jenniferleejohnson 1 year ago

    I love everything about this.

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  • Cornelius Kuhn-Larson 1 year ago

    It’s the epitome of pedantry* but honestly that one kind of felt like fishing

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  • Kendra Meinert Hodson 1 year ago

    I feel like you must have done this on purpose: “the epitome of pedantic.” You can’t have an epitome of an adjective; it’s the epitome of pedantry. I would normally only judge this in my head, but I also feel that, by addressing pedants, you’re inviting this commentary.

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  • Lesley Anne 1 year ago

    It is MathS, because is it a shortening of the word mathematicS not mathematic.
    Also please, please, please stop saying ‘erbs. The H is not silent. In a similar vein to Harry, help, heritage, half, hail, hammer, happy, hardware, harvest, hat etc.

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  • Daniel Elkayam 1 year ago

    I. Love. Corrections.

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  • vitalya 1 year ago

    “In America “liberty” is more than just a word. And if you understood that, we wouldn’t have had to leave.” LMAOOO

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  • manikantan r 1 year ago

    How DARE YOU leave out Channel5 and Tiff Needel and other great public British programming! Have you NO SHAME leaving out things like 11 out of 7 Cats do Countdown!! And Would I Lie to You? HOW DARE YOU ! :’D

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  • mae 1 year ago

    oh honey that’s not how you smoke a vape pen

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  • Alex Rice 1 year ago

    Is the pronunciations of “shaman”, with two a’s but one hard one soft… is he just screwing with us or is that actually correct?

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  • meachy 1 year ago

    Okay have correction for you. Asking Amber for permission to say “Bye Felicia” is both inappropriate and unsanctioned as even if she was your friend, you have not met the Two Black Friend requirement. Especially so due to the “One Black friend can not be an employee” addendum cir. 2016 {in re. Overusage of the Black Friend Consignment issue created under the Trump administration (aka The Omarosa Clause).

    Amber, we will discuss your unsanctioned approve at the next meeting.

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  • Ananyanarayan Dhanabalan 1 year ago

    Okay….. speaking on behalf of a majority of the planet which is taught proper English…. The subject is _Maths_ because the word is _Mathematics_ (Edit typo)

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  • Cameron Bertrand-Bruce 1 year ago

    Being “not afraid of nobody” doesn’t mean that you are afraid of everybody. In the same way that saying “I’m not afraid of having no haircut” doesn’t mean that you are afraid of having a haircut. Decisions about haircuts just aren’t something to be fearful of.

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  • Mayan and Robert Schraders 1 year ago

    Brilliant!

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  • Amy Owen 1 year ago

    1.) Shaman is pronounced SHAHman with a short a in the first syllable, not SHAYman with a long a.
    2.) GenXers are not allowed to “stay outta mah mentions.” You may face demotion to Millenial.
    3.) “To call that out is the epitome of pedantic” is the most perfectly patronizing sentence ever crafted. Your trophy is in the mail.

    I love Corrections with the fire of one thousand suns. Many thanks from a weary 3rd grade teacher / benevolent despot.

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  • llYossarian 1 year ago

    4:46 – If you don’t give it that breathy, vocal fry that Herzog has – https://youtu.be/jU53E7nB-yo?t=970 – …then you’re basically just doing Wim Wenders. – https://youtu.be/nXOT9snYNnY?t=103

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  • Jaden Gilliam 1 year ago

    Maybe call it “late show + “ that’s what everyone else is doing?

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  • Mark A. Martin 1 year ago

    Seth, Your show comes on at 1235AM, though recently, you are getting later & later, due to very poor time management skills of the host of the program before yours. I stay up because I really like your Closer Look Commentary, though I really admit that recently I have been watching the segments on YouTube. You are NOT perfect, no one is. Please beating yourself up over such trivial things. If people get pissed off. Tell them better pissed off than pissed on. If you are not able to speak that send them to me. I will be happy to oblige. On a good note, I really appreciate you having all of your Monologues together on Friday Nights.

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  • thomson salwa 1 year ago

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  • Kanez Williams 1 year ago

    The IRONY………The people Complaining about the jokes are the type of people the jokes are ABOUT.

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  • Malavika Sabu 1 year ago

    Okay but ‘Shay-man’? Isn’t it pronounced ‘Shah-man’, Seth?

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  • Clay Carter 1 year ago

    You should’ve just conceded “Task Master.”

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  • xl 1 year ago

    The low rated late night show “Gutfeld!” on Fox News copied this segment. They copied a lot of segments from other *successful* late night shows

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  • robearberbils 1 year ago

    Your timing was perfect last week Seth. The thing at the end was the only reason it went over and we all know it and love you for it. Thank you for making such a perfect corrections segment.

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  • mookymookymooo 1 year ago

    In Britain it would actually be taahsk-maahster

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  • SpaceSolar 1 year ago

    Actually, “I ain’t afraid of nobody” doesn’t imply you’re afraid of everyone. It implies you’re afraid of at least one individual, i. e. not nobody.

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  • Oscar Lozano 1 year ago

    His impressions are so stupid and funny at the same time

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  • Angas Tiernan 1 year ago

    I don’t think you smoke a vape pen. There’s no smoke. I think you vape a vape pen.

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  • Oscar Lozano 1 year ago

    He is such a funny strait guy

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  • Daniel Cheney 1 year ago

    Is it really “smoking” a vape pen?

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  • YeeSoest 1 year ago

    Said it before and I’m gonna say it again:
    This is like Late Night meets Business Blaze: amazon reviews review and MY GOD, am I here for it !!

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  • Amber D. 1 year ago

    I have to say, I have not believed a single word that’s been said about Shoemaker but I really want to see him.. also, sorry Seth, that Scottish crewmember bit was the single worst accent impression you’ve ever done.

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  • Daedalus 1 year ago

    I mean … I guess he meant: ‘ … the epitome of pedantry.’ or perhaps ‘ … the epitome of being pedantic’. But you know what? … I’ll let it slide. That’s the type of guy I am.

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  • Jezebel von Tex 1 year ago

    “We do invite, or we WOULD invite if we thought you were waiting for an invitation” – I enjoyed that way more than anything else this week

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  • Margie Welsheimer 1 year ago

    Calling that out is the epitome of pedantic

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  • David Duncan 1 year ago

    I try to watch this every week now, and I enjoy them, but this one, I just kept saying “PICK IT UP, PICK IT UP, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD PICK IT UP”

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  • Shaz C 1 year ago

    So proud of you, Seth in your quest for grammatical and linguistic perfection. Just sat through Jimmy K saying the word ‘Legos’ 7 times as I shook my head and tutted in dismay. ‘The difference between greatness and mediocrity is often how an individual views a mistake’ (Nelson Boswell). ‘Corrections’ is also a hilarious segment – a highlight of the week! X

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  • Rodrigo Macedo 1 year ago

    Semantically, I believe that „I‘m not afraid of nobody“ actually would rather mean „I‘m afraid of somebody“, so correction over the correction

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  • Geekeric 1 year ago

    So, Seth said Santa Claus was not real, but according to the movie “Miracle on 34th Street” they did prove in that movie that Santa Claus WAS real because the US post office, a government agency, said that he was. Also there’s those Tim Allen movies “the Santa Clause”, yeah those too! And then there’s “Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus”…

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  • Columbo 1 year ago

    I love this section

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  • Reyairia 1 year ago

    Hey Seth, just so you know, there are American Crocodiles in Florida, so the entire time you could have mentioned it as a Floridian Crocodile and you would have been correct.

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  • Valotus Ross 1 year ago

    😂😂

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  • Ste Mill 1 year ago

    that’s so hillarious. love it

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  • Fierce Egal 1 year ago

    this is becoming my favorite segment

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  • Blair Polden 1 year ago

    Seth, even Canadians know that Apollo 13 didn’t land on the moon 🌙. Why didn’t you? Just to muddy the water, that Apollo 13 splashed down into.

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  • thewaymouth 1 year ago

    Mikey the Scorpion

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  • Sue Hoover 1 year ago

    It’s official – I got excited when I realized it was the end of the week cause there would be a corrections!
    I have no idea how I would’ve gotten through the pandemic wo Seth and Amber’s shows. Hugs to the talented team of writers and crew that make their shows happen. THANK YOU!

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  • Jon Phebus 1 year ago

    Keep doing what you’re doing! You are saving our sanity!! Great fun, and sometimes also intelligent🤣

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  • Dallas Dan Digital Productions 1 year ago

    “what’s wrong? You kneed me in the balls! Did I get both of them? Yea! THATS a double negative!”😄

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  • Aaron Brooks 1 year ago

    I appreciate Seth’s stance on ‘splashdown.’ Could be construed as some sort of porn thing.

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  • Aaron Brooks 1 year ago

    Shay-men? Isn’t it pronounce sha-men?

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  • SmilingIbis 1 year ago

    Cut the feed, indeed!

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  • Witchdoctor 1 year ago

    I think next corrections will have to deal with math vs maths war 😀

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  • Cause Effect 1 year ago

    This pandemic sidebar is the best thing that could’ve happened to his show

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  • Rob Mumford 1 year ago

    The message on your table is grammatically incorrect “MY DOINK FELL OFF!” should lose the “!” or not be all capital letters as doing both is redundant. I look forward to seeing this correction next week.

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  • Jay 1 year ago

    Really glad I stuck this one out to the end.

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  • BostonKathryn 1 year ago

    “Maths.” Excellent!

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  • Fletch Davidson 1 year ago

    Opened with a dark one. Admirable.

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  • Shala D 1 year ago

    Seth a true Gen Xer…”I don’t go on your YouTube and leave comments like you do.” Yeah the gen of I don’t give AF. 😆

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  • Woolly Bluestocking 1 year ago

    *BEST* Corrections ever! Also: more Werner Herzog, please 🙂

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  • Frank Calabretta 1 year ago

    I really like these.

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  • Charlie Hickmott 1 year ago

    Puppet Masters

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  • Nanding Sanchez 1 year ago

    Only in the Darkness can we See the Light and only with Seth Meyers can I feel alright alright alright…

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  • Bete Noire 1 year ago

    I like “pled” for passive or third-party usage. “His attorney pled him guilty” or “he was pled guilty”. “Pleaded” works better for first person: “the accused pleaded not guilty.” Just my 2 cents.

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  • oscargordon 1 year ago

    Seth totally nailed the Werner Herzog impression right down to the exact dialog.

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  • Peter Robbins 1 year ago

    Pled and pleaded are both considered standard English.

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  • Peter L. 1 year ago

    Awesome story at the end.

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  • Cassy Nicole 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 this segment is hilarious, do it forever!

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  • Mother of All Evil 1 year ago

    That was definitely a good De Niro impression

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  • Darren Mitchell 1 year ago

    You can not joke about maths and math, math is stupid 1 sum? When is it ever 1 sum? So it is more than 1 hence the s maths!

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  • Claire Sinclaire 1 year ago

    This is funny but I hope you really aren’t taking this stuff to heart. People are going to do this. They live to find mistakes and let you know about them. Makes them feel smart and superior.

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  • mermaidismyname 1 year ago

    I’m pretty sure you would actually use alligators in place of crocodiles in actually shooting because crocodiles are more dangerous than alligators

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  • Karloss Coletti 1 year ago

    I mean this needs to win an Emmy, man.

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  • Kieran Law 1 year ago

    This segment was fucking GOLD. I died laughing. It was like a full improv bit and showing some of Seth’s savage sarcasm.

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  • Jeffrey Leung 1 year ago

    Hahah. Nice dub job on the time.

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  • masterpiece Lacquers 1 year ago

    You can see his make-up line lol

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  • John Mark Connolly 1 year ago

    I love that this segment is more for the writers and cast (and Seth) than anyone else.

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  • Rémy 1 year ago

    I’ve looked around in the comments, and it seems that nobody’s pointed out yet that hiring crocodiles to portray alligators means that Late Night is guilty of crocodile-washing the alligator community. That’s not a very nice thing to do, and it risks misrepresenting the alligator community!

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  • Christine Charles 1 year ago

    I had subtitles on and after he did Werner Hertzog, it said “normal voice” when Seth moved on. That made me heehee

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  • Beau Britt 1 year ago

    Its incorrect to say you “smoke” a vape pen, The correct verb is to “vape” a vape pen

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  • Christine Charles 1 year ago

    Qanon Shah-man, not Shay-man. But calling it a costume is spot on!

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  • Discomatic 1 year ago

    Corrections is my second favourite thing every week ONLY if there is no Tiny Secret Whispers (Secret Tiny Whispers?) recap. This weeks’ Werner Herzog impersonation is superb. *Chef’s kiss*

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  • Zippy Ustar 1 year ago

    Facebook do people still do that?

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  • Karen Jordan 1 year ago

    Really enjoy your monologues and closer looks!!! Thx for the laughs for the last 15 months.

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  • wayne denham 1 year ago

    “What we want it to be” is how it is. We made it pleaded. If we want plead, make it plead.

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  • Valerie Payne 1 year ago

    I’m just seeing one of these corrections videos. OMG! So funny. I’m going back to watch them all.

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  • G. Cosper 1 year ago

    Another great vid!

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  • José João Batista 1 year ago

    Isn’t this bit just a rip-off of Conan’s Fan Corrections?

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  • Artel 1 year ago

    We are not amused 🇬🇧 🇬🇧

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  • ErikTheRed33 1 year ago

    Seth has some serious acting chops. He had me tearing up over a heartfelt moment between a man and his boss

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  • Kylie Is a Hazard 1 year ago

    The nappy witness hemperly spoil because north structurally play concerning a cuddly session. squeamish, berserk lake

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  • etc. 1 year ago

    Don’t let em get to ya, Seth.

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  • Ujan 1 year ago

    The day corrections segment end is the day I unsubscribe.
    Best thing in late night Television!!

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  • marshmallowdiptaco 1 year ago

    Hi Seth and team,
    Suggestion for the title card – call it “bonus feature”.

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  • imtymiller 1 year ago

    Seth asks permission from Amber for “Bye, Felicia” 😂🤣😂🤣 [Y’all brighten my day, Thank you!]

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  • M Sealey 1 year ago

    My favorite segment of the week!

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  • boogy345 1 year ago

    If nobody see’s this segment, then you might not appreciate those experiencing the joy that is a work e-mail account. Y’all think that Zoom meetings are bad. Please appreciate the suffering of having to take an entire work day where the only task is catching up on this perpetual motion to-do list generator.

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  • Alyssa Belle 1 year ago

    Seth, I have a correction. This is no longer Extra, since you’ve been doing it weekly. Unless you are referring to it in a slang term, like “You are so extra making a segment about corrections from your fans and making it longer than A Closer Look.”

    Then I will accept that title card. 😂

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  • kylie lawrence 1 year ago

    This digital exclusive is fast becoming my favourite part of the show

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  • kaz za 1 year ago

    Someone point me to the commenter who is reading Seth’s lips when he does the time prediction, I gotta know what he’s really saying

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  • Christopher Wright 1 year ago

    It’s not really an “extra” if it’s always included in the show. He should call it a “Digital Exclusive”. No apology necessary.

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  • L T 1 year ago

    CORRECTIONS are funnier than your regular bit! Well done!

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  • Sandy Mckinlay 1 year ago

    Inspiring

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  • True North Strong Free 1 year ago

    Toronto is pronounced without the second t. Like “Trono”.

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  • aquatic rhombus 1 year ago

    Epitome of pedantry*

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  • Michelle Anderson 1 year ago

    Listen I got really really drunk January 5th so I actually slept through the January 6th debacle and I’m still kinda mad I missed having a live reaction

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  • Josh Murray 1 year ago

    Extras as a name is terrible. “A little more… Late night with Seth Meyers” is way better. Free to use.

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  • Chris Ide 1 year ago

    I knew what you meant with the Apollo 13 thing…it was Obvious they are either asshats or just really dumb…

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  • Hollee Trent 1 year ago

    Look, as a mathematician who has studied logic, I regret to inform you that “I’m not afraid of nobody” doesn’t mean “I’m afraid of everybody,” it means, “I’m afraid of somebody.” Don’t worry, the negation of existential and universal qualifiers isn’t intuitive. Keep practicing. You’ll get it some day. I promise. 🙂

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  • Persis Wynter 1 year ago

    Are you sure your photographer isn’t Icelandic?

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  • Matt Murdock 1 year ago

    Is it Shae-man or Shaw-man?

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  • Andy Shick 1 year ago

    0:56 Technically, it’s “This is I….” Predicate nominative takes the nominative case. I normally wouldn’t point this out, but you know….

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  • Graphite Hat 1 year ago

    at the end of the bit about alligators and crocodiles Seth says that the photographer requested they no longer work with crocodiles, even though he had just made the argument that crocodiles are easier to work with.

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  • Erica 1 year ago

    I lost it at “liberty is more than a word” – holy hell

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  • robinheil 1 year ago

    Was Seth channeling Bruce Chandling at the end there?

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  • Dariah Williams 1 year ago

    Seth, you say “Lloyd has asked us to stop using crocodiles” after your long explanation of why alligators are hard to work with and crocodiles are preferred. Looks like you mixed them up again.

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  • Anony Mouse 1 year ago

    That was some good acting at the end there.

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  • Keith Cuesta 1 year ago

    My god, has this show always been this bad?!? I feel like before COVID it wasn’t this unfunny

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  • Marcel Larsson 1 year ago

    It’s pled guilty😆If you bleed you bled. If you read a book, you read the book, not readed ,if you bled you didn’t bleaded if it’s pleaded there are some serious problems with our justice system…..okay maybe it is pleaded

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  • Audrey Gold 1 year ago

    Seth really thinks the best way to form a par-asocial relationship is to talk slow and make eye contact.

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  • Joshua Evans 1 year ago

    How about

    Sean Captain presents: XXXXxxxxxxxxXXXXXX

    You want to remove the x’s first…

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  • Heidi S 1 year ago

    “Epitome:” but “is the ostensive definition of …” rather than “is the definition of …” conveys what you intended.

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  • Adora Rose 1 year ago

    I laughed so hard.

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  • megaultimatemega 1 year ago

    Maths is a short form for mathematics because it is a field of study containing different things like algebra, stats, calculus, etc. it would make sense to maintain it as a plural noun even when abbreviating. In fact stats is a short form of statistics yet we keep the s unless we are talking about a specific statistic. Maths makes sense

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  • Roamer 5612 1 year ago

    Watching Seth get choked up over his double negative made me pee myself

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  • PeaceLove&Freedom 1 year ago

    Anyone else get excited when he mentioned that this week’s Corrections would be to minutes longer than last week?

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  • mikefromwa 1 year ago

    “Pleaded guilty” is indeed correct.

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  • Raphael Ginsburg 1 year ago

    Seth has lost all patience with the correcters and is now rejecting the premise

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  • Orrin Gould 1 year ago

    Also Apollo did get to the moon. It just didn’t land on it

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  • Kurt Vachon 1 year ago

    It’s not extra if you’re planning to do it…

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  • Rachel Rachel 1 year ago

    I can’t get over how good seth is at impersonations and acting in general he’s just so good at telling a story i mean i wanted to cry when he started fake crying that whole mikey the shoe story was beautiful and seth has been showing off his wide range of impressions like never before this past year

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  • TJ Michael 1 year ago

    “Please come back if you spot another double negative from me”

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  • The Hidden Object Guru 1 year ago

    When you fired your Irish Poet because he turned out to be Scottish, did you then give him a job as a photographer so that he wouldn’t lose his work visa?

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  • Sanjay Sachdev 1 year ago

    Liar…. the 13 mins 40 +/- 10sec was a voiced over…. you’d think I didn’t notice the past 2 corrections…. 😑🥺🐱‍👤

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  • healthstartshere 1 year ago

    Haha feisty one but I love these!

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  • Sheldon Torgerson 1 year ago

    Seth Meyers is the epitome of witty informative entertainment

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  • Laren Cavicchio 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣😆😆😆😆😆

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  • John Ham 1 year ago

    I’d love for Seth to use his notes to cover up his lips when he dubs his prediction for how long the episode will take.

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  • my mom 1 year ago

    it means “afraid of at least one person” not “afraid of everybody” 🤠

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  • wwodb 1 year ago

    Mathematics is plural, therefore maths is plural. Thank you for coming to my TedxUK talk.

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  • snoski 1 year ago

    I love the times he trolls the audience by intentionally saying the wrong thing in Corrections. Basically the Seth Meyers version of “Come at me, bro!”

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  • snoski 1 year ago

    Yeah Seth makes plenty of errors, but he and his writers are the smartest wits in comedy

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  • Darren McGregor 1 year ago

    “liberty means something here” 😂😂😂 absolutely poorless 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • FrankieUtka 1 year ago

    We wanna see Mikey THE SHOE!!!!!

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  • FrankieUtka 1 year ago

    The emotions when he talked about THE SHOE thooo😭

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  • Jeunese Payne 1 year ago

    I like your new “don’t care what you think” attitude. But… you ARE wrong about the math versus maths issue.

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  • Darrin Holroyd 1 year ago

    You didn’t leave because of liberty, you left because you where stopped persecuting people, and you didn’t like it, correct the correction!

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  • Barbara Howarth 1 year ago

    Love time estimation 😂😂😂

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  • Rash'L Pierre 1 year ago

    When you resume regular programming, can we keep this weekly correction segment and with only the crew? No audience needed!!!
    Great therapy for the soul to hold us during the weekend. Comedic Gold!!!!

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  • Robin Davis 1 year ago

    The obnoxious calf respectively shade because aftermath industrially sack off a wild comb. hideous high, pricey french

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  • Alina Ioana 1 year ago

    Seth is doing his own SNL over here. Hhahaha.

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  • mcfunwow 1 year ago

    Ok, do you know how hard it is to delight me? How hard it is to make me laugh OUT LOUD??? You, sir, have done both, and you have my most delightful gratitude. Please continue with these brilliant, absurd one-man shows of yours. Alligatorly yours, from Toronto, Ont.

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  • Jevo Groni 1 year ago

    why can’t we just have 1 hour of this

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  • Pat's Amazing Blends 1 year ago

    Best one yet. 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿

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  • Thea Gonzalez 1 year ago

    Why in the f*** do I enjoy this so much 😂. What is wrong with me??

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  • kchortu 1 year ago

    amber ruffin is a god damned national treasure

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  • Matthew Leonard 1 year ago

    This was the best one yet. Love you, Seth.

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  • Ali 1 year ago

    The +/- 10 seconds did the trick 😀

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  • Kyle Laz 1 year ago

    For clarity: Water is not land.

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  • Brian Forsyth 1 year ago

    CORRECTIONS DESERVES AN EMMY!

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  • Zachary Wood 1 year ago

    As a Canadian, specifically from Ontario, you said Toronto wrong. It’s pronounced “Tor-on-oh”

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  • Birdie Blue 1 year ago

    No joke on the back of the card this week? I was looking forward to it.

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  • saxpert 1 year ago

    Basically an alligator is a crocodile as well….so crocodile in general was correct.

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  • Greg B. 1 year ago

    I’m waiting for Corrections Of Corrections

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  • The Friday Night Cohorts 1 year ago

    The photographer asked not to work with alligators not crocodiles.

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  • jessica duplessis 1 year ago

    We don’t pronounce the second ‘t’ in Toronto. People from Toronto say ‘torrono’.

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  • orangulent 1 year ago

    *Um, Actually*, both “pled” and “pleaded” are acceptable.
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/plead#:~:text=Plead%20belongs%20to%20the%20same,%2C%20which%20is%20pronounced%20alike).&text=In%20nonlegal%20use%20(such%20as,pled%20is%20also%20considered%20standard.

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  • Michael Welles 1 year ago

    Is it Corrections? Or is it Justifications…?

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  • Dr. Braxy Gilkey Cruises 1 year ago

    I have a complaint, Seth. I love, Love, LOVE your Vince Vaughn impression. It is perfectly done and incredibly funny. Listen to no one but me. If others say stop doing it, tell them I said STFU. Thank you!! 🤗💗🤣

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  • Odd/Rob Zilla 1 year ago

    Not Christopher #UnexpectedLloydJoke

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  • Olivier van Helden 1 year ago

    This double negative stuff is (really) funny, but I wouldn’t call it a mistake. It’s a style figure that really made its way into common language, like a way to highlight the negation: “I can’t get no satisfaction” (Rolling Stone), “Ain’t No Sunshine” (Bill Whiters), “We don’t need no education” (Pink Floyd), “You ain’t nothin but a Hound Dog” (Elvis Presley), “Ain’t no mountain high enough” (Marvin Gay)…

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  • Odd/Rob Zilla 1 year ago

    Great end

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  • Betsy Apples 1 year ago

    Amber Ruffin & Michelle Wolf were both on NPR’s trivia game show, “Ask Me Another”, some time before the pandemic started (2yrs? 5yrs? 13yrs? Time has lost all meaning). While on the show, Amber commented on how their voices were so similar, the (radio) audience couldn’t tell which 1 of them was speaking. I found that odd, because they’d never sounded alike to me. That is, until the tiny snippet of Amber’s voice in this video! When Seth asks Amber for permission to say “bye Felicia”, & she says “permission granted”, I finally heard it! I would’ve believed that it was Amber or Michelle! (Except that Michelle Wolf isn’t writing for Seth anymore, as far as I know).

    After typing this, it’s obvious to me that it isn’t interesting, or an exciting revelation for anyone else to hear about, & really not worth sharing. I apologize for that. But, it’s already written now, so what the hell.

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  • Christian Monroe 1 year ago

    Wait u can sue a coach for cutting you from the team? White privilege much?

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  • Olympia Kathaleen 1 year ago

    The big quartz shortly test because basement overwhelmingly fool near a disturbed regret. nimble, cute bankbook

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  • Kyle Marisa 1 year ago

    Seth ain’t wrong tho

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  • Richard Snyder 1 year ago

    I’m pro-corrections

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  • Dave Miseree 1 year ago

    EXTRA what!?!

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  • Karina Flower 1 year ago

    I had a bunch of comments I was going to make but they were driven completely out of my head but that story at the end. I’m alone in a trailer yelling “wow. Wow.”

    Oh, I do remember. Marionettes are still puppets. Didn’t any of these Philistines ever see Pinocchio?

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  • Kaylia Henry 1 year ago

    It would be a just a bit more believable that you are just estimating based on your list, if you didn’t do a voice over to announce the time you would end.

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  • Dave M 1 year ago

    That “double-negative” joke is the funniest shaggy-dog I’ve ever heard.

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  • Yardie 100 1 year ago

    A captain who goes down with his BIT!!🤣😂🖤💛💚

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  • yanks91 1 year ago

    while you were saying that you’ll give yourself a 10 second window in predicting the length of the video you actually gave yourself a 20 second window (plus or minus 10 seconds are 20 seconds).

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  • sixstringedthing 1 year ago

    To make these Corrections segments even funnier, just imagine Seth reading the entire thing in his Obama voice. And then when he actually does a voice, imagine him doing Obama doing that voice.

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  • Laura Contreras 1 year ago

    Love it !

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  • kaz za 1 year ago

    Next week’s corrections will be “shayman”-“shahman” themed

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  • kaz za 1 year ago

    The Mikey the Schu face/voice is my new favorite

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  • Intercat 1 year ago

    Oh, my. “Clean up your room or I’ll loose the devil-worshipping pedophiles on you.” I guess I won’t use that one, but … that’s the definition (see what I did there, Seth?) of tempting.

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  • Christopher Karlsson 1 year ago

    Uh, my culture is not a costume!

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  • Eileen J.M. 1 year ago

    Seth Meyers is a brillliant impressionist. I am always awestruck by how many people he does perfectly. Many obscure ones. Just needed to say it.

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  • Daniel Logan 1 year ago

    I like watching corrections while I work out, because if I miss something it doesn’t matter.

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  • Jared Wagner 1 year ago

    Permission to say “bye Felicia?” Wtf? It’s a movie quote.

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  • Mancozeb100 1 year ago

    Ha haaa … brilliant !

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  • Daniel Bradshaw 1 year ago

    I never thougjt that i would see seth myers discrimiate agains Allagators. You know more alligators get shot by game wardens just because of the shape of their nose.

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  • trifecta WS 1 year ago

    “anyone here can attest” should be “anyone here can attest to”

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  • Rob Yost 1 year ago

    Apollo XIII did return to earth… that was the most important part, the landing in the ocean.

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  • Christopher Stevens 1 year ago

    If it’s a regular feature, is it extra?

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  • Tyler Lewis 1 year ago

    He said that they love Taskmaster, and the mispronunciation was a burn against the British. I dig it. All is forgiven!

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  • Trojana Najana 1 year ago

    i am sorry but that’s not a Werner Herzog, that is an obvious Christoph Waltz

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  • Alicia West 1 year ago

    Seth is effortlessly funny 😆

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  • draconis3 1 year ago

    I love the long journeys to the punchline. This double negative, the wine story, so great. But I think Seth flubbed the alligator and crocodile story right at the end. He was going on about how alligators were hard to work with and everyone prefers working with more easy-going crocodiles. But then Lloyd the photographer is the one who asked you stopped using crocodiles.

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  • bluemonk611 1 year ago

    I watch this with my 8 year old daughter. Seth started talking about Santa, my wife and I shared a glance, the daughter asked me what he was talking about, AND I feigned ignorance as I clicked the video forward 30 or so seconds.

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  • Jopflah 1 year ago

    W.Herzog “Did I have a knife in Siberia?”

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  • Kathi Arledge 1 year ago

    Excellent stuff.

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  • Topher The11th 1 year ago

    1:53 – Please do a segment of Corrections to Corrections and note that “splashdown” is not the same thing as a “landing”. When you splash down, there is no land for dozens or even thousands of miles in any direction. The absence of “land” is why it’s not called a “landing”.

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  • Topher The11th 1 year ago

    5:47 – That’s why the alligators are picketing at 30 Rock. Not all reptiles look alike. Next week the tortoises are going to march (slowly) through Manhattan because so many times on TV they are portrayed by terrapins.

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  • QuikThinx_AllThots 1 year ago

    These weren’t corrections, these were excuses

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  • Annora 1 year ago

    I think he read that on .75 speed

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  • QuikThinx_AllThots 1 year ago

    Did Mikey the Shoe work for Jon Stewart at one point? because he sounds a lot like Jon Stewart when Jon does an impression of a New Yorker.

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  • Steve Dorrans 1 year ago

    It’s the epitome of “pedantry”, not “pedantic”. You’re welcome. 💋

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  • B. K. 1 year ago

    Don’t worry #SethMeyers
    The length of the episode is falling well within the standard deviation of the Unfunny-ton Window of _humour_ .
    Ya, I had to explain that to you.

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  • h7opolo 1 year ago

    that abrupt ending told volumes. take it easy, homie.

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  • Michael 1 year ago

    That was brilliant. Do corrections every night for now on.

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  • Nicole Vella 1 year ago

    worst one yet.

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  • AzureComet 1 year ago

    Not really extra if it’s reoccurring and expected. 😜

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  • Jessë Valentine Portz 1 year ago

    That was brilliant. I was overjoyed that Werner Herzog made an appearance.

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  • Michael 1 year ago

    Seth trying to pass off his poor Christopher Walken impression as Werner Herzog.

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  • Donald Westerhazy 1 year ago

    We need more corrections. If that means more “mistakes” so be it.

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  • cloudynites 1 year ago

    He hates this show somethimes.

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  • Sandy Trunks 1 year ago

    “THAT’S a double-negative!” 😂

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  • Jim Ross 1 year ago

    Thank you Seth. This was what was missing in my life.

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  • darling_billie xo 1 year ago

    Absolutely no one has the right to put hands(knees) on you! Assault and battery is a crime! Do you need help? Are they feeding and watering you? Are you getting daily walks? Blink three times for the signal to escape the abusive producer! We will watch closely for your signal! WE CALIFORNIANS LOVE YOU SETH!!! <3

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  • sanjuansteve 1 year ago

    NEVER lie to your kids!!! Teach x-mas as a myth-based tradition, not as a series of actual lies.

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  • Panic Pickle 1 year ago

    Technically the double negative of “not afraid of nobody” means afraid of one person or more, not afraid of everybody.

    That being said that bit was genuinely fantastic love your work.

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  • Nich Dub 1 year ago

    The more ennoyed you look the funnier you get! Hillarious!

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  • Pastel Donut 1 year ago

    That story about the double negative was worthy of Norm MacDonald.

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  • Mark Bauer 1 year ago

    I think you should start calling it Corecctions. Or maybe Liberties?

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  • James Lindsey 1 year ago

    This was absolutely hilarious

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  • Glen Hansen 1 year ago

    Seth. what is so insulting, is they (GOP) lie so much that they are trying really hard to believe their own lies, and therefore we too should believe that lie as well. In law enforcement, they have a saying: ” Are your trying to tell me that my eyeballs are lying to my brain, is that what your are conveying. How stupid do you think I am ?”

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  • T.C. Thompson 1 year ago

    Oh that Maths thing is gonna piss alot of people off. Brits are to convinced of their own superiority to Americans when it comes to language to let that slide.

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  • Eric Singer 1 year ago

    There’s no “land” in the water

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  • Rene Aviles 1 year ago

    Best show on youtube

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣💕💕

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    Lol by 🤣🤣

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🥰🥰👏👏👏👏

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  • Scho 1 year ago

    You mispronounced Shaman

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤔💕

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  • Tania G 1 year ago

    🤣🤣 oh my heart 💕💕🤣🤣🤣🤣👞🥿

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  • Sneaky Bunny 1 year ago

    I will say the “pleaded guilty” thing makes me mental but so many people say it makes me think it’s correct. I don’t know why it would be right and it literally hurts my brain every time I hear it.

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  • C J 1 year ago

    This segment gives me life

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  • James Scott 1 year ago

    “Smoke” the vape pen, Seth??! Really?? Its “Hit” the vape pen. Another correction next week?

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  • Damien Kennedy 1 year ago

    THAT’S Werner Herzog.

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  • Anthony Daniel 1 year ago

    Mikey the Shoe is a legend!!!

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  • Adam 1 year ago

    I’m going to blow Americans’ minds: “Toronto” is pronounced “Toronno”. The second T is silent.

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  • ExEssex : 1 year ago

    3:46 How do you shorten ‘statistics’, uh, America? ‘Stat’?! What does Wiktionary say?
    “stats
    Noun
    (informal, in the singular) Clipping of statistics. (the subject)
    Stats is one of her favourite subjects at school.”
    In the UK, we don’t call ‘ballistics’ ‘ball’, as that would be ridiculous. We shorten it to ‘balls’. Much more logical.

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  • macforme 1 year ago

    LOVE the accents….please don’t never not do these.

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  • ExEssex : 1 year ago

    Pedants will be going on and on about double negatives and not ending sentences with prepositions and split infinitives etc. for as long as English exists. I don’t know why they attach so much weight to these non-rules of English. Just ignore the silly buggers.

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  • josh baigent 1 year ago

    It seems to me, to say ‘the epitome of pedantic’ is like referring to something as ‘the height of rude’; I’d rather say ‘the height of rudeness’ or the ‘the epitome of pedantry’.

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  • Steve Barnes 1 year ago

    That’s a double negative? Nah, that’s nuts.

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  • Leslie Perkins-Traeger 1 year ago

    The crew’s laughter just brings me so much joy, they are amazing.

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  • cunever 1 year ago

    Why not: “the stupid stuff stupid viewers say because they’re even too stupid to be ignorant”
    You shouldn’t need to hide your sarcasm by disguising it by friendly irony…. send it!!!

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  • vegan not vogon 1 year ago

    I’ll give pleaded.
    But when Americans say drug instead of Dragged…AHHHHHHHHHHHHGGGGHHH.
    By the way the Werner Hertzog was spot on.😊

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  • tellit teller 1 year ago

    Seth is merciless 😅🤣

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  • Leeds Judson 1 year ago

    The debonair impulse metrically tickle because roll unequivocally love up a unwieldy zebra. calculating, juvenile hell

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  • Peter M. Kooiman 1 year ago

    I find the need to correct mericans and their misconception on freedom and liberty, constantly undermining the rest of the world. I’d like to inform you the British have more freedom and liberties than the mericans. UK ranked #33 and merica ranked #44. Ref: https://rsf.org/en/ranking_table

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  • max cluer 1 year ago

    The reason Brits say Maths as oppose to Math, is that it’s an abbreviation for a word. Guess what word???? Mathematics. No one says Mathematic ergo the abbreviation is Maths…. perhaps it’s better not criticise the English for their own language as opposed to the one the Americans butcher…:)

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  • Trey 1 year ago

    i had to comment again just to say how much i love the Werner Herzog and demand it be used more! SHOEMAKER?!

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  • MathShinobi 1 year ago

    Ooh, Seth read my comment about the timing from the last corrections? Hi, Seth!! 😀

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  • S Garber 1 year ago

    Between the accents, the ad libbing, and the Mikey the Shoe I’m dying laughing every week. Please keep this!

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  • MGinSF 1 year ago

    I love Corrections! It shows Seth at his best as an improviser. Or is it improvisor?

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  • Martin Shillitoe 1 year ago

    We don’t add an “S” to math. You take away the S from maths. Maths is short for mathematicS. It has an S on the end. Plus the word maths existed before the term math!!

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  • Liam Shiels 1 year ago

    A: your Herzog is grand. B: Crocs are better b/c they’re Australian. Better A-list action stars AND more likely to eat you (taking a geographic average)

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  • Matt B. 1 year ago

    Apollo 13 never happened, it was all filmed in a studio at Area 51. Get your facts straight Seth!

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  • Elle Bell 1 year ago

    I suppose it is possible that Lloyd is Scottish but I find it difficult to believe. I am sure there are some Scottish Lloyds out there, or some who at least spent their childhood in Scotland and therefore acquired a Scottish accent. But I am surprised. Lloyd is the epitome of Welsh names.

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  • Mad Monkee 1 year ago

    Words have meaning (and those are definitions).

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  • Mad Monkee 1 year ago

    The QAnon lunatic is no shaman.

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  • Tina Webley 1 year ago

    HA HA

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  • Vivienne Sugden 1 year ago

    Seth, I don’t know how to get in touch with you other than in the ‘comments’, so this will have to do. I have found some of these ‘Corrections’ hard to watch as you visibly struggle with emotion over some parts of these segments, as happened in this one and also in the one about you and your brother in a story from your childhood. The first few ‘Corrections’ were amusing, but lately I have found them painful and I wonder why you put yourself through this?

    I thoroughly enjoy your monologues and ‘A Closer Look’, and will be sad when you go back to the studio and will no longer be posting these more engaging segments on YouTube.

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  • Todd Flanagan 1 year ago

    Best segment ever

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  • Timothy Turner 1 year ago

    The corrections just keep compounding on themselves. I love it!

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  • Cory M 1 year ago

    Correction “I’m not being specific to all alligators”. You aren’t. You are generalizing.

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  • Brian Lazarus 1 year ago

    #UnFoxMyCableBox

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  • Elyssa Y 1 year ago

    If we’re just sticking an s on the end of words… Aren’t Krogers (Kroger’s?) and Legos OK?

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  • Nicholas DiGregorio 1 year ago

    I think you mean nitpicking, not pedantry

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  • Diamond Renee 1 year ago

    Love the accent keep it up Seth

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  • Dave Mason 1 year ago

    Love this segment, but surely ‘I ain’t afraid of nobody’ is the double negative of ‘I am afraid of somebody’ not everybody? 🤔

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  • Kathleen M. Higgins 1 year ago

    He’s a ‘shamed man’ not a shaman. His own lawyer called him a ‘retard’. What in world is going on around here with people??

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  • Laura Eilers 1 year ago

    You mean he asked that you stop using alligators. You said crocodiles which doesn’t work for the set up you just made.

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  • beth mmq 1 year ago

    Wait, what?! Seth, are you saying that, for almost 40 years, Chaka Khan was actually telling us that _everybody_ loved her better, made her happy and made her feel this way?! Or, more logically, as many commenters pointed out already, that at least _somebody_ did so? Still, that’s quite a shock. I’m gonna calm down by listening to some Pink Floyd.

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  • O'Brien the Butcher 1 year ago

    It’s pleaded guilty like pleated pants…

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  • Aristomenis Pikeas 1 year ago

    Two notes:

    It’s not the epitome of pedantic, it’s the epitome of pedantry.

    It wasn’t the Apollo 13 landing because it happened in water. It’s right there in the name, it was the Apollo 13 oceaning.

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  • Eleanor Findell 1 year ago

    Why aren’t you funny like Andy Samberg? You are both aging white snl men so I would expect a bit more. Much love.

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  • Eleanor Findell 1 year ago

    In “CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, May 10” you look like an alligator pointing at me. I would find a way to look less like that.

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  • Eleanor Findell 1 year ago

    You are a tan actor. You are not a zoologist or veterinarian. Do not dictate my animals to me. Know your place.

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  • Mrpear234 1 year ago

    I thought correction show was legal jargon for the week before i watched them. Now i think it’s just a way to troll commenters from a high horse. lol

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  • Fridegreen 2may 1 year ago

    Not pertaining to this upload but could someone pass along to Mr Meyers that for his next M*A*S*H*, reference it should be that the theme suicide is painless does in deed have lyrics

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  • David Torres González 1 year ago

    It landed, in the water? Not in the land, in the water. Ok

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  • David Jimenez 1 year ago

    Yesss, been waiting all week for this!!!

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  • scottlinux 1 year ago

    Why does Seth even do these correction videos? hah

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  • Bethany McMullen 1 year ago

    Did I write the ITV comment just for Corrections? Yes. Am I British? Nope lol. That being said: whenever he brings up grammar, I cringe because all of the arguments are prescriptivist in nature, even though we’re at a point where most language and linguistics is descriptivist. Also it can be both pleaded and pled. Pled comes through the Scottish and was looked down on because it wasn’t the “proper English”. Because grammar is almost always linked to class issues. :/

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  • hugo sanchez 1 year ago

    This is the one segment i look for, so many good jokes.

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  • enthusiastic-scav 1 year ago

    “has asked us to stop using crocodiles”.
    Maybe you meant here “to stop using alligators”?
    The whole segment was how crocodiles are easier to work with. smh. 😉

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  • jthummell 1 year ago

    Seth, are you one of those people who calls it Aldi, or Aldi’s?

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  • P Jackson 1 year ago

    I love Mock the week.!!!!!

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  • G0D knows Jesus is a tree 1 year ago

    the theng$ they hsve 2 say…

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  • G0D knows Jesus is a tree 1 year ago

    #BlueWaterClaim..

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  • Scott 1 year ago

    These are all solid gold.

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  • dav ep 1 year ago

    A13 did get to the moon, and in fact a leetle beet farther.

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  • Elodin 1 year ago

    i had fun

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  • Kathryn Manning 1 year ago

    Ok, so he’s not a Viking, but is he really a Shaman?

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  • Angie Allen 1 year ago

    So funny…if these are your worst transgressions during the week, you are doing better than most news outlets!

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  • DRChupacabrah 1 year ago

    “Houston…. we got this.”

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  • Derek Grimmell 1 year ago

    The Apollo 13 bit is truly funny!

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  • Benadryl Thundercrotch 1 year ago

    As a Florida I can confirm that alligators are dopes.

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  • King Jay 1 year ago

    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  • MarianneParkerPianist 1 year ago

    Um. I hate to be this person, but here’s a correction of a correction: “I ain’t afraid of nobody!” Does NOT, in fact, mean that you are afraid of everybody, as you claimed – it means that you are at least afraid of one person. I’m so sorry. 🙂

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  • noahman27 1 year ago

    The Werner Herzog impression cracks me up everytime! I dunno why. It’s just so frickin’ funny watching Seth trying to do it. So keep it up! 🙂 And I love hearing the crew cracking up in the background. YAY! Love you guys.

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  • petrina smith 1 year ago

    British people say maths because it’s short for mathematics not mathematic (believe me, it irritates me too, but there it is).

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  • 215mookies 1 year ago

    Corrections is one of my favorite shows

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  • Cedric Ward 1 year ago

    Spectacularly well written comedy. Seth’s impersonations are top notch

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  • B0b0TheCl0wn 1 year ago

    1:05 – you sly dog, preempting the correction of the corrections by dubbing over with the actual segment time.

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  • Arthur Shelest 1 year ago

    This one seemed more aggressive than the ones in the past. I liked the more genial* tone you had before.

    *I originally wrote “congenial,” as in the aggressiveness is not congenial to my tastes, rather than “genial” as in the opposite of aloof. I regret the error.

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  • Tylar McDave 1 year ago

    I know I’m high but this is a fever dream

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  • Brad Thom 1 year ago

    Its actually such an amazing comedic segment. Id love to know who the main writer of this segment is.

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  • HannaH's Over Invested 1 year ago

    I adored that.

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  • Arthur Shelest 1 year ago

    Oh, I’m sure I’m jumping on the bandwagon, but you switched from one sense of liberty to another… That’s polysemy. 😉

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  • umchoyka 1 year ago

    That Verner Hertzog sounded more like John Malkovich from Rounders

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  • missingegg 1 year ago

    Correction: “I’m not afraid of nobody” isn’t a double negative. “Not” is a negative, but “nobody” isn’t the negative of “somebody”, it’s the absence of a person, which is different. An alternative equivalent phrasing is “I’m not afraid of the absence of people”, which is different from “There’s no person I’m afraid of”.

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  • ywdwarner 1 year ago

    Stop Lying to Children about Santa Claus and Easter Bunny , the ptsd is eroding logic ?

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  • Michael 1 year ago

    King Tut’s ‘doink’ was actually found erect….other mummy’s doinks….just shriveled.

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  • Oliver Challinger 1 year ago

    These are becoming less apologetic. I’m interested to see where we end up on our journey together!

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  • EmmaDilemma 1 year ago

    I don’t think Seth really reads all the comments.

    I guess we will see about that… 🙃

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  • laura lee 1 year ago

    The “Shaman” has a giant Thor’s hammer tat, you’re good.

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  • Randall Chase 1 year ago

    This is a cry for help… pretty sure the rest of the small print is just random sentences. And it looks like Wally Signed it.

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  • Emily Reed 1 year ago

    This is the best thing ever.

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  • Poonam Srivastava 1 year ago

    This segment should be called: Seth, In MY OWN DEFENSE. or Just IF Jackals Cation.

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  • cichlisuite2 1 year ago

    Seth mixed up his alligators and crocodiles (perhaps due to the stress of realising he was about to bastardise the Scottish accent so badly in a few seconds) at the tail end of that correction about reptilian accuracy. Lloyd the Scottish photographer was said to have asked “that we stop using crocodiles” but in the context of alligators being harder to work with Seth clearly meant to say “that we stop using alligators”. It’s a minor mixup but in the context of getting the right reptile you do have to mention the mixup in the justification.

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  • Oliver Schmid 1 year ago

    every week i cannot wait until friday because this is the best segment!!! keep it up, please! it really makes my mind work again!

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  • Hayden Lane 1 year ago

    As someone whose girlfriend is from an English family, I appreciate the shade being thrown Britain’s way.

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  • sandra robinson 1 year ago

    A Seth Exclusive please and winging it is great keep it loose.

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  • sandra robinson 1 year ago

    Now you have done it Poms are more sensitive than Aussies comments will be full on that one.

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  • sandra robinson 1 year ago

    They must be AUSSIE CROCS many say that about our Aussie Actors find them more chilled than many Yank Actors.

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  • sandra robinson 1 year ago

    Vikings helmets never had horns that is only in the Movies.

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  • Jay Sprout 1 year ago

    These are funnier than the regular show.

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  • silas frisenette 1 year ago

    It’s called Taskmaster, not Taskmasters 😬

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  • Dahu Dirty Paws 1 year ago

    Haha nice prediction

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  • CT Greer 1 year ago

    These are the funniest. i love corrections.

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  • Lachlan Howard 1 year ago

    Ackshually I’m not afraid of nobody means I am afraid of somebody

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  • williamjktkd 1 year ago

    3:58 I had to google to find the difference but Jesus the crap you have to deal with lmao

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  • Just John 1 year ago

    I love this segment

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  • Pierre St-Ignan 1 year ago

    I would like to point out, that the double negative in “I’m not afraid of nobody” doesn’t necessarily means “I’m afraid of everybody”. It could also mean “I’m afraid of some people”. Please correct that mistake. Thank you.

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  • Greg Sprowls 1 year ago

    Instead of the title card saying “Extra” it should reflect the clip more, “Seth argues with the Internet”.

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  • d d 1 year ago

    Jings crivens, help m’boab…

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  • Belinda Haydon 1 year ago

    The double negative punchline had me cacking myself out loud – thank you!!!

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  • Philip Garcia 1 year ago

    Hey Seth, seeing as the whole show isn’t necessary, the whole thing could be considered an extra

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