CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, May 23

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Published on May 27, 2022

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like leaving a piece of cardboard in his hat and showing a picture of Epcot when talking about Disneyland.

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20 comments

  • Kelsey Schoenbaum 8 months ago

    I’m assuming that in Germany Waldo is “Wo ist Werner ?”

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  • notArtVideo 8 months ago

    Having rewatched the entire series recently, I was surprised to find that my favorite entry was actually one of the later sequels, 2008’s ‘Air Will Be Bud’.

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  • Andrew Otte 8 months ago

    This is better than the actual show.

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  • THEmatthew 8 months ago

    I love waking up in the middle of the night on Thursdays.

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  • TchmilFan 8 months ago

    That Fitz-Caramel-Do’s joke was fantastic

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  • Mr. Nobody 8 months ago

    I read that in Dog movies …….. omg that was a great Joke

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  • Mr. Nobody 8 months ago

    I swear this is the funniest thing on YouTube ……. no really I literally laugh out loud

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  • Chris Lee 8 months ago

    Corrections is the dough left on the board after you’ve used the cookie cutter. Waiting for “Correcting Corrections” to become a thing. Waste not want not

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  • chakkerz o_O 8 months ago

    God this is consistently almost better than the regular show.

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  • Julia Connell 8 months ago

    LOL – one minute – ONE MINUTE – in – laughing so hard – thank you Seth!

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  • BMrider75 8 months ago

    I’d buy those Klaus Kinski’s sweets !
    Fitz-CaramelDos

    Great !

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  • mmjackk 8 months ago

    15 minutes. And he kept the whole crew there.And only for the web. What a sacrifice.

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  • Stormwhispers 8 months ago

    Rudy famously has multiple phones, so he could have texted himself that he was guilty

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  • literaterose 8 months ago

    A heads up for Seth & the crew: Corrections is appearing outside the Late Night enclave. I found a fellow jackal wandering around over on Beau of the Fifth Column’s marvelous channel, attempting to provide a Corrections entry. Gave ‘em some solidarity (it was a solid correction!). You’ve unleashed a jackal revolution!

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  • Linda C 8 months ago

    CORRECTION: part of the problem with your Werner Herzog impression is that you still pronounce “th” correctly. And that’s why we think it sounds like John Malkovich. Anyone with a thick German accent would pronounce the “th” as an S or a Z.
    Does this mean your Impression Camp just became an online course?

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  • Julia Cercone 8 months ago

    Your Herzog impression is straying further from god

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  • JayisRavin 8 months ago

    “Where’s Wally” is actually called “Wo ist Walter” in Germany, so if they have unique illustrations in there, I guess you could say that’s a Walter’s Original….

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  • soccervids 99 8 months ago

    8:20 …then the queen said, “Arise Arthur Conan Doyle” and they all laughed hysterically because that never gets old.

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  • foodforthegods 8 months ago

    I agree, 15 minutes is way too short for an online-only piece.

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  • Julia Connell 8 months ago

    OMG – ok, first, never ever watched the film, but even I knew Air Bud was basketball – this, *this* *THIS* is how deeply Seth and his … ummm… narrative (yeah narrative… sticking with narrative, eg Tiny Secret Whispers…) I had to go google re the rest of the film franchise – O>M>G> – 14 films in the franchise – 14 fricking movies – $220 MILLION franchise!

    “The franchise began in 1997 with the theatrical release of Air Bud, followed by the theatrical release of Air Bud: Golden Receiver in 1998… Disney Buddies [puupies of said Air Bud – a REAL DOG (well obviously…] is one of the top direct-to-DVD franchises, just behind Disney Fairies at $300 million, with the first 12 films grossing $220 million by March 2014.[3] There are 14 films in the franchise, including five in the Air Bud series, seven in the Air Buddies series,[4] and two Christmas spin-offs of the Air Buddies series. wiki

    it gets better…. (he has his own wiki page!)

    Buddy – “dog actor” – Buddy was found by Kevin di Cicco as a stray dog in the Sierra Nevada in the summer of 1989.[1] Di Cicco adopted the disheveled Golden Retriever and brought him home to San Diego, where he trained him in the sports of basketball, baseball, football, soccer, and hockey.[1] Buddy’s most eagerly awaited sport was basketball. He was touted as the Michael Jordan of dogs[citation needed]. Di Cicco revealed that Buddy tried to bite the ball, but its slipperiness, enhanced by saliva or more efficiently by olive oil, would propel it from his mouth.

    I did NOT see John Oliver’s bit – I get notifications for his content – however all the ones I’ve clicked on recently ‘not available in your location’ – extremely frustrating…

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