CORRECTIONS: Week of Monday, May 3

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Published on May 7, 2021

Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like mispronouncing “turmeric” and incorrectly naming Sleeping Beauty’s prince as Prince Charming.  

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343 comments

  • Andrew Frasier 1 year ago

    Alright everyone, sharpen your pencils!

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  • Becca Feeney 1 year ago

    If he doesn’t correct the Potato Head mistake I will be very disappointed

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  • J. Galactus 1 year ago

    Everyone makes mistakes. Except Trump. /sarcasm

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  • YeeSoest 1 year ago

    First to comment First
    Last time i was this early, Studio 54 was still open

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  • Pierrr 1 year ago

    3 minutes…. 90 views…. you know people are really really really waiting for this. 😳

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  • Duchess of Dork 1 year ago

    In before New Message!

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  • Krc Maine 1 year ago

    Woohoo! My favorite part of Friday 🙃

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  • epiphi 1 year ago

    Alright, so. This is not so much a correction as a complication, but for an English speaker, the plural of “thesaurus” _can be_ “thesauruses”. The word itself comes from the (Attic) Greek, θησαυρός [thēsauros], the plural of which is θησαυροί [thēsauroi], so following the linguistic root, the plural in English _should be_ “thesauroi”. This, however, is not really an accepted formulation (you’d have some explaining to do saying this at a cocktail party). The form “thesauri” comes from the erroneous tendency to pluralize Greek *and* Latin root words ending in [-us] with the *Latin* nominative plural ending [-ī] (see, e.g., the generally accepted plural form “octopi”, despite the Greek roots), regardless of whether the word was originally Latin or Greek. All this said, there is really nothing wrong with the natural, nativizing tendency to pluralize according to English morphology, and go with “thesauruses”; languages do this all the time, and it’s certainly accepted in the dictionary (listed _before_ “thesauri”, in fact). So, points to you, Seth — “thesauruses” is just fine.

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  • Elfy McElferton 1 year ago

    Turmeric? I believe you… but… it’s too late for me. Like Lego. I’m still gonna say TOO-meric. And Legos.

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  • BigDun 1 year ago

    You mentioned “Two Party Verification” when referencing a the security mechanism behind an exclusive invitation. The term you should have used was “Two Factor Authentication” (commonly abbreviated as 2FA).

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  • Olivia Green 1 year ago

    Lmao😄 Impossible to imagine that sweet lady that is your Mom forcing you and Josh to chug bottles of wine

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  • Martirene4 1 year ago

    Please don’t make this shorter. It’s needs to be longer. I look forward to this every week!

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  • Ed Fagan 1 year ago

    Correction: The ‘Summer of Sam’ was in 1977, not ’76.

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  • Louise St-Jacques 1 year ago

    for clarification: 1 bottle for both you and your brother or each? 1 bottle for 2 people seems reasonable lol

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  • DrHaykey 1 year ago

    The D in LCD stands for Diode!

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  • qazzaq Stan 1 year ago

    I wonder if next week people will point out that turmeric can in fact be pronounced tuːmərɪk so he was only wrong on the spelling which we could not in fact see but indeed did need correcting

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  • TricksterGL 1 year ago

    Digital Exclusive is not that exclusive < somehow this whole thing is the opposite of Stefon telling you how special this random club is

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  • Dan Witzke 1 year ago

    What is the story behind the figurine of the Michelin Man with Andy Samberg’s face and the speech bubble “MY DOINK FELL OFF”?

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  • Hubie H 1 year ago

    Is this bit written by John Mulaney?

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  • Daniel Stevens 1 year ago

    “Lie berry” is a great sorbet flavour

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  • Stephen Gilbert 1 year ago

    As soon as you said Tumeric, I thought “This had better make it to corrections.” Did not disappoint.

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  • Bruno Fichtner 1 year ago

    The corrections segment is brilliant 😂

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  • Frir10 1 year ago

    Why do Americans refer to the queen of England/The United Kingdom as “The Queen”? There are lots of other queens in the world. And it’s not like she’s your queen…

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  • SHlNOBUU 1 year ago

    i need at least 20 mins of this

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  • Talia Kirshblum 1 year ago

    snow white is also 14 so the 31 year old prince found a dead child in the woods and decided it would be a good idea to kiss her so extra gross

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  • R Zachary Pearson-Martinez 1 year ago

    I do not understand why I love this so much. It seems like it’s objectively and intentionally terrible. And I love it!

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  • Quenton Gilliam 1 year ago

    The jokes on this show are top notch!!!! The Thesaurus correction joke was 👍🏿

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  • LilRedDog 1 year ago

    Did you mean 2FA?
    Two Factor Authentication?

    LoL..

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  • Benjamin Wulf 1 year ago

    actually according to several dictionaries you can choose to say the r in turmeric or to not say the r, both are fine.

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  • Andrew McLetchie 1 year ago

    That would be “no fewer than”, not ” no less than”…

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  • Nina Kelsey 1 year ago

    No man, Lieberry is Tucker Carlson’s late night talk show flavor!

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  • poetdrowned 1 year ago

    I would buy Steph Breyers. XD

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  • enthusiastic-scav 1 year ago

    Seth, I have a para-social connection with you that I hope you really cherish.

    I also hope you straighten up your act, and own it like a man.
    “my brother AND ME”. no FEWER (FEWER!!!) than 500 of us didn’t hear our apology.
    “lotS (S!!!) of British people” or “A LOT of British people”.

    this was hard to watch.
    Thanks.

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  • T3chn0fr34q 1 year ago

    prince charming on snowwhite still not as bad as hhh and katie vick

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  • Rebecca Borochov 1 year ago

    seth meyers is just turning into larry david and i love it

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  • Amy Warhaft 1 year ago

    😂 had me laughing out loud. Love what you all are doing, keep it up. No audience format is so much better, feels like hanging out with buds.

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  • Meowing Expletives 1 year ago

    I’ve only heard it said Tumeric…

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  • محمد الأحمد 1 year ago

    This is becoming my favorite thing on Youtube.

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  • Alex Morrow 1 year ago

    Looking forward to next week’s correction about two factor authentication vs “two party authentication”

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  • Jana Moss 1 year ago

    No FEWER than 500 of us. 9:16

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  • Dean Nelson 1 year ago

    I watch Late Night by setting up a Handi-Cam in front of my TV to record the show, and then and I watch the recording on an analog RCA TV from 1994, specifically to defy the label of “digital exclusive.” What is this, 2007? We don’t need “digital exclusives” anymore. What we really need are analog exclusives.

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  • Fabio Kolm 1 year ago

    i sincerely hope you never stop making corrections. it always makes my week. love it and you <3

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  • A.L. McLaughlin 1 year ago

    Son of Sam killings began in the summer of 1976 but folks in NY weren’t aware that these were the work of a serial killer until later. First murder victim was July ’76; second was October of that year.

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  • Jan Mayo 1 year ago

    According to merriam-webster, both pronunciations of turmeric are correct, so Seth wasn’t actually wrong saying “too-meric”.

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  • h7opolo 1 year ago

    thank you so much for heeding my correction of your mispronunciation of “turmeric” and including it in your show as requested. 💟

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  • cs0576 1 year ago

    Two party verification? Will they edit this week’s corrections, will they include it in next week’s? Or will they just not issue corrections in “digital” “exclusives”?

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  • cdnnmoonpie 1 year ago

    The fact that this segment is purposefully loose and off the rails is the best part.

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  • Karen Metcalf 1 year ago

    Actually Seth both ways of pronouncing turmeric are correct.

    Article: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/how-to-pronounce-turmeric_n_584eba41e4b0bd9c3dfd8091?utm_campaign=share_email&ncid=other_email_o63gt2jcad4

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  • Bjørn Rogne 1 year ago

    Are we not talking about how Seth was off by a year on the summer of Sam bit?

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  • AliceDorthy 1 year ago

    It’s TUMeric, tum as in dumb, not tume as in tumor.

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  • Noah Froio 1 year ago

    This is literal comedy gold!!! Did you steal that nice leprechaun/troll from Iceland and bring him to your set??

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  • Melanie Castelli 1 year ago

    Snow White was dead AND 14 years old. Sooo, there’s a lot there.

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  • Ian Reis 1 year ago

    This is the best segment and needs to become a staple!

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  • bobbusx 1 year ago

    9:59… Shoemaker perfection.

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  • Half DBSR 1 year ago

    Here’s a correction: If these are digital exclusives and don’t air on television, then you don’t need to bleep swear words right?

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  • Penso Positivo 1 year ago

    Turmeric?! 🤯

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  • Half DBSR 1 year ago

    Correction: If you plan on doing this next year or sometime in the future, it might be helpful to name the title of the youtube video or wherever it is uploaded “CORRECTIONS: Week of May 3rd, 2021” so there aren’t two videos titled the same somewhere down the line

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  • Pat's Amazing Blends 1 year ago

    This is now my favourite part of watching Seth. Keep it up guys.

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  • Jeevesosiris 1 year ago

    I want this section to be an hour. It’s the best thing.

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  • Steve Brettell 1 year ago

    And the “T” in often is silent by darn.

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  • Steven Wymor 1 year ago

    F’ing hilarious.

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  • Helene Poitras 1 year ago

    I think Corrections is now my favourite segment. Please never stop making mistakes Seth :’) <3

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  • CaryLeonard10 DOUGAROO7 1 year ago

    Im thinking you are messing up just so u can do this skit

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  • Anna Ehlers 1 year ago

    This is the highlight of my week.

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  • Lee Nardo 1 year ago

    Seth being salty over Colbert’s Ameri-cone Dream is amazing.

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  • SAILOREARTH89 1 year ago

    this is my new favorite bit. thank you lego

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  • Myron Child 1 year ago

    He said Prince Philip went on to marry the queen, but he wouldn’t have been Prince Philip before he married the queen, just Philip

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  • Jim Tarrant 1 year ago

    The last one was the best one, a real paraprosdokian.

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  • Paul Busken 1 year ago

    i love it when he insolts us XD

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  • cmillertime7 1 year ago

    I fucking love these. Also, Seth should definitely get his own B&J ice cream flavor. Wtf, B&J. Get it together.

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  • Pickled Entropy 1 year ago

    No FEWER than 500 of you…

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  • Denton Fender 1 year ago

    Happy Mothers Day Mom where ever you are, I miss you! R.I.P.

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  • Robert grey 1 year ago

    I love this

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  • Devin Higoy 1 year ago

    Not as funny as Trevor Noah, but I could see why lots of people watch late night shows. It would be better in the future that they don’t go back to a laugh track and have a more laid back attitude like they do nowadays. Only good thing that came out of the pandemic is how these comedians let their true talent shine without any special sound effects or laugh tracks telling everyone else to laugh at the jokes.

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  • Phoebe L. 1 year ago

    lol the delivery on the “my brother and me” punchline

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  • Cindy Chung 1 year ago

    If Prince Charming is considered to be rendering aid to Snow White, then when someone loses consciousness then they are considered to have automatically given consent to whatever aid was provided. So, it was consensual.

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  • Julie Watts 1 year ago

    Snow White’s prince isn’t Prince Charming! He just “The Prince” but is also known (due to merchandising/marketing after the movie was released) as “Prince Florian.”

    Prince Charming is Cinderella’s prince.

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  • Julie Watts 1 year ago

    These just get better and better. My brother texted me this morning: “Happy Corrections Day!” I look forward to it every week!

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  • Jennifer Flynn 1 year ago

    This brings me joy…move Stefan back front & center & move derpy to the back. I miss Stefan!!

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  • Indicteronomy 1 year ago

    A lye berry is the disgusting product of the lye bush, and from which we manufacture the powerful base, lye.

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  • Solino_Oruki 1 year ago

    I so which they never stop doing this🤣🤣🤣

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  • Ed Dee 1 year ago

    LCD is liquid crystal diode not display! back before LCD was used in monitors

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  • Enrico Auditori 1 year ago

    Noooooooo it’s “my brother and I”

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  • ACoolDragon 1 year ago

    I tried (unsuccessfully) to correct people on their pronunciation of “turmeric” for years and in the end I just decided that it’s a thing in some versions of the American dialect. If you guys wanna make it even harder to remember how words are spelles by pronuncing them weirdly, then go for it.

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  • Airvice 1 year ago

    <3

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  • Rob McLauchlan 1 year ago

    I would buy Late Night Amber Says Nuts. Come on B&J. Make it happen!

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  • ACoolDragon 1 year ago

    To add to the Snow White story, she was only 14 and her Prince Charming was like 31. So in my books he kissed a presumably dead GIRL, not a “woman.” 🤢

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  • Joe Buck 1 year ago

    Northern Irish gnomes can still work in Iceland because they can claim Irish citizenship.

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  • Murray Graham 1 year ago

    You said “a far more likely outlook” when you meant to say “outcome” xoxoxo

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  • K L 1 year ago

    One of my favorite segments! But keep it online, it’s like it’s our little secret

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  • K L 1 year ago

    Amber laughing off screen! Made my week

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  • Mr. HoneyComb 1 year ago

    Re: Kissing seemingly dead princesses

    Necrophilia is a serious mental illness, and we should not ostracize those struggling with it.

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  • Annie M 1 year ago

    Ummm…no fewer than 500 of you…? I would have been #501; the I/Me error grinds my gears…lol

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  • calilifestyle151 1 year ago

    These are the best, please make them longer

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  • Thea Shortman 1 year ago

    Its the Quantum leap of late night show segments!

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  • John Wilfred 1 year ago

    Elon musk is the richest man, I don’t know who needs to hear this, you’ve got stop saving money, invest some part of it, if you want financial freedom.

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  • Gilbert Gottfried 1 year ago

    wait wait, you guys didn’t get a special invite?

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  • Dan Lo Fat 1 year ago

    And it’s actually known as two factor authentication.

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  • Dan Lo Fat 1 year ago

    And stop your whinging

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  • Dan Lo Fat 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced to w**** is Rex

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  • yonukdeh 1 year ago

    The cards…it’s the little things!

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  • sabrina s 1 year ago

    Seth, please, I would give anything for this to be a podcast.

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  • Schuyler Schultz 1 year ago

    * no FEWER than 500 people …

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  • Benjamin Perkins 1 year ago

    “Two party verification.” You mean, “two factor verification?”

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  • World Peace 1 year ago

    I literally hate everything about Seth Meyers!

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  • Jess Stuart 1 year ago

    I really liked the Thesaurus joke. I was disappointed, bummed-out, saddened, depressed, there was no audience reaction.

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  • David DeLaney 1 year ago

    “oh, it’s really long”

    …sounds like a _personal_ problem there

    –Dave, failing to work a YER MOM into this

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  • Hector Garza 1 year ago

    Thanks for the chuckles.

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  • J K 1 year ago

    🍷🍾 BIGGEST MISTAKE YET, Seth, just asking us to get to 500: You’re overcorrecting, and getting it wrong!!! 😆
    “She would make my brother and *I* drink a full bottle of wine” should be “She would make my brother and *me* drink a full bottle of wine” … getting your brother drunk as well, changes nothing about the fact that if he _wasn’t_ part of it, you’d still just say “She would make *me* drink a full bottle of wine” … you’d only say “She would make *I* drink a full bottle of wine” if you were, in fact, drunk during corrections. No? Cheers! 😜🍾🍷

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  • Hel n Bak 1 year ago

    Hilarious
    Thank you 🇦🇺

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  • opakedragon 1 year ago

    The original sleeping beauty he did more than kiss the “dead body”

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  • Nima Pakdel-Nabati 1 year ago

    Damn, I was hoping he had in the correction I noticed, when he said Road Garden instead of Rose Garden 😂

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  • Beruthiel45 1 year ago

    Was waiting for the correction for an Irish fairy, elf, gnome or troll, and heavens to Betsy there wasn’t one.
    What! 😱
    An Irish supernatural being, I thought everyone who spoke English knew this, is a Leprechaun! 😨
    Begorrah Seth, you and your audience and your staff all fell down the rabbit hole on this one.
    Very disappointed I am. 😎

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  • Phil Scott 1 year ago

    Nobody say’n anything about gooven a torial?

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  • Zohra A 1 year ago

    8:36 is exactly the length of time it takes to figure out which of my brother and me and my brother and I are correct and therefore which he wants

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  • Ben Verhaegen 1 year ago

    Seth, my man, as one of those 500 f***ing a**holes: thanks for sharing. Stay safe, we love you.

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  • James Crumbo 1 year ago

    If anything, I think Corrections should be longer.

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  • Caroline Schneider 1 year ago

    Snow White’s prince depends on which version you’re watching (on Once Upon a Time Prince Charming was her prince), but usually Snow White’s prince is Florian, Charming is Cinderella’s prince, and Phillip is Sleeping Beauty’s prince.

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  • Cesar Cataldi 1 year ago

    “Dear President Biden!I would like to make you a Proposal regarding the issue of the Minimum Wage.There would be no problem with bankruptcies. And why do I talk about this topic safely?Because I was an eyewitness and intellectual witness of what happened in Germany with companies and factories that went bankrupt on purpose by their owners who left them with their own bags, and the money given to them by the solidarity tax for the reconstruction of the former DDR, East Germany.Investors from their country, the USA, taught the workers in these companies and factories to buy the company and put it on the stock exchange and those same workers who left the employees’ status and became the owners of the company had their efforts Harvesting Profits $$ instead of Bankruptcy.Which obviously had no repercussions in Germany, which is not really a democratic country, much less just and liberal. They quickly stifled this issue and called the same investors, the American investors, with “Grasshoppers of Capitalism”, which was a very low blow and False.This was just one of the measures to solve a problem in the transfer of funds to companies and a solution to the issue of the Minimum Wage.So we leave the company of an owner alone and pass it on to the company of all the Workers who are working there.One can also analyze a Capital for those who want to start their own company in economically weak places.Make this investment with all these smart fronts and put the USA in the magnificent Democratic place that it has always been and are, this the country that we all love, wherever we are.I love the United States of America and I wish you and all your team and management all the success that you all deserve !!

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  • Patricia Bagby 1 year ago

    I had a disagreement with my daughter about turmeric and found out she was right. Then I heard Seth say tumeric so I got all smug. Now he says we’re both wrong.

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  • Melita 1 year ago

    Look forward to this every week! Hope you keep this segment around permanently

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  • HoraceInkling 1 year ago

    Do NOT make Corrections shorter!

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  • Witchcraft Automotive 1 year ago

    Seth you are a comic genius! Thank you to you and your team, I love the interactions.

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  • Cory Clay 1 year ago

    I’m just going to say I really like this style with only his staff laughing in the background. It seems so much more genuine and personal. I smile a lot more 😅

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  • Chris Lowe 1 year ago

    A Northern Irish troll would have both Irish and British citizenship, so they would be able to travel as easily as a troll from the Irish Republic.

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  • ThePinkBinks 1 year ago

    lol Americans pronouncing various herbs and spices the wrong way is totally normal for the rest of us. 😂
    And yeah it’s herbs, not ‘erbs.

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  • Seph Gillin 1 year ago

    The way you say substantive is correct. Everyone else is wrong.

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  • JMFC 1 year ago

    9:18 – Seth, it should be “no fewer”.

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  • David Rathbone 1 year ago

    I concur. Thanks for nothing, Brexit.

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  • Widdo Monki 1 year ago

    cinderella was not in the glass case that was snow white. [assuming you consider the disney version to be canon]

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  • Dustin Kick 1 year ago

    No, thesauruses were not huge, they were a small extinct animal that talked their way out of tricky situations using colorful language.

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  • dirk vansyckel 1 year ago

    so there’s turmeric in chili seasoning ?

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  • Antoine FD 1 year ago

    Sleeping beauty wasn’t in a glass case. She was in a bed. It’s Snow White who was in a glass case.

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  • Aubrey Delafield 1 year ago

    This feels like it’s being delivered by the same part of his brain that created the Sea Captain…and yet…refined. Tried by fire. Nothing is left but the cold, calculated so-sue-me Seth and I LOVE IT.

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  • Dennis Lowry 1 year ago

    Lol, Necrophiliac Prince Charming

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  • Michael Devine 1 year ago

    That seems longer than a full show

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  • Nazbaque 1 year ago

    Noticing Snow White was kissed without consent -> bad prince

    Remembering Snow White was presumed dead -> worse prince

    What will they say about the prince when they remember Snow White is 14?

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  • Robin Mitchell 1 year ago

    Just don’t add a “D” to turmeric.

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  • N8TVJohnSmith 1 year ago

    I’m the only one that speaks the Queens….

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  • Alan Hope 1 year ago

    No fewer than 500.

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  • brudzool 1 year ago

    Ripped straight from Conan

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  • Sean Goertzen 1 year ago

    “Two party verification” should be two factor authentication. Corrections correction!

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  • John Chessant 1 year ago

    To the person who stole my thesaurus:
    What a bad thing you’ve done. You should feel bad about yourself. You’ve made my day bad.

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  • mori1bund 1 year ago

    LCD display reminds me of the HIV virus… ^^

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  • Sunniva 1 year ago

    According to the Good Friday Agreement between the UK and the republic of Ireland 1998, people in Northern Ireland have the right to choose if they want Irish or British citizenship, or both. If the Northern Irish gnome really wants to move to Iceland, he either already has Irish citizenship or can easily register for it.

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  • Daily Devotiona Diva 1 year ago

    My mom says “libary” too! It drives me crazy!

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  • Sherman Smith 1 year ago

    If the only way to get a woman out of a coma is to give her a little kiss, wouldn’t you be derelict not to. Princ

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  • Rouge Shark 1 year ago

    I’ve been saying the plural of thesaurus as thesaurisaurusi, but that’s wrong. Thank you, as old as I get never stop learning

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  • Brettfish Anderson 1 year ago

    These are my favourite. Don’t ever stop!

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  • Carl Shamtoe 1 year ago

    turmeric pronunciation can be both…

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  • Caleb Andersen 1 year ago

    Elongated second repeating vowels are absolutely acceptable. Only people on the east coast of the U.S. think it’s incorrect. Every other regional cadence in the entire world does it.

    The east coast, as usual, is wrong in its collective assumption that its standard is correct.

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  • PopeLando 1 year ago

    LCD stands for “Liquid Crystal Diode”, dude. 🤣🤣

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  • Claire Benevento 1 year ago

    4:00 this transition makes me worry about Seth’s sanity more than the rest of Corrections put together

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  • Schie 'The Shy Girl' 1 year ago

    I love these

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  • Stephen Shuttleworth 1 year ago

    How about Ben and Jerry’s “Seth’s Bitter Lemon?” Somebody feels unloved…

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  • PopeLando 1 year ago

    I thought when he said “Libarry” it was deliberate!

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  • Jeff McCrea 1 year ago

    Has anyone heard of the location of the new tRump presidential LIE-BURY? I want to see where he’s buried all of his lies. I don’t know but but it’s going to have to be an awfully deep well because his lies just keep on coming like a huge gusher. The last one overflowed. He tried to hide it by blaming BP and calling it the Deep Horizons disaster.

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  • Paedophilius Wackelzahn 1 year ago

    instead of turmeric one could say curcuma, however cumin is a totally different spice and there is actually no usual cuisine in which one can just replace turmeric with cumin

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  • Gabrielle Crichlow 1 year ago

    “This area has been covered in germs”

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  • Klara Stern 1 year ago

    “all great art is at it’s best, when it is crowed-sourced” 😂

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  • MyAngrySanta 1 year ago

    Digital Exclusive is such an SNL phrase 😂. Corrections should be longer! It needs its own sponsor. “Ben and Jerry’s should jump in and sponsor this and make it a 15 minute segment. Make an ice cream called “Seth Myer’s Biggest Mistake”

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  • MyAngrySanta 1 year ago

    Holding the full bottle of wine gag for a full minute had me doubting my sanity. The joke landed hard! Bravo

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  • Jim Jones 1 year ago

    always read the comments first

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  • Tiago Buarque 1 year ago

    Seth, I just love how hilarious you are. Love from Brazil.

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  • cerka27 1 year ago

    I like how the captions at 3:32 say goofy accent 😂

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  • Penny Royal 1 year ago

    Canadians also use your pronunciation of substantive too eh?

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  • ZarlanTheGreen 1 year ago

    It is “my brother and I”. Not “my brother and me”. Not only is this the traditionally accepted rule, but also the only thing that could possibly make sense. “my brother and I/me” is the subject. “I” is the subject form. “me” is the object form …and the I/me in “my brother and I/me” is (together with “my brother”) the subject. Anyone saying it’s “my brother and me”, is talking utter baseless and incoherent nonsense.

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  • Seth L 1 year ago

    *coo men*

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  • ivan veras 1 year ago

    Oh Seth it’s way worse than you think snow white is canonically 12 years old

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  • Amanda C 1 year ago

    Snow White’s prince is not Prince Charming – he is just The Prince. That is official Disney – if you get the characters autograph at something. Only Cinderella has Prince Charming 🙂 I am a Disney nerd LOL

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  • Greg Lohman 1 year ago

    Thesauruses is a perfectly acceptable English plural (along with thesauri)

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  • Jack Longston 1 year ago

    I just don’t know how you can expect the people of America to continue to trust you as the number one most trusted news source if you make such mistakes as pronouncing turmeric in a slightly different way. CANCEL THIS SHOW!

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  • Pantalonesdemuerto 1 year ago

    Wait ’til he hears how many people pronounce it turMERic

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  • jams6544 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for keeping up with this wonderful and hilarious segment even though you have a cold!!

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  • reflectsonlife 1 year ago

    Tumeric is the Nucular of the Spice world.

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  • Sunni Sparks 1 year ago

    This is the greatest segment on YouTube. I cannot wait for it to end up being at least 30 minutes in length.

    Correction: in order for it to get to 30 minutes, I will have to wait.

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  • Dave S 1 year ago

    No FEWER than 500 of you… Not No LESS than 500. Jeez. People are discrete units, not divisible like gasoline, for example.

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  • Louie Escobar 1 year ago

    It’s actually Thesaur(EEE) not (EYE) the i in latin second declension nouns makes the eeee sound whereas the ae dipthong makes the sound like eye in eyeball. agricola-agricolae vs. somnus-somni

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  • Sunni Sparks 1 year ago

    And now the card says “This area has been covered in germs”!!! 🤣🤣🤣

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  • Johann Thomas 1 year ago

    This is a great initiative. Keeping it real!
    Hope this become the standard across the board

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  • Jeffrey Leung 1 year ago

    He said he if you don’t keep it under 10:00. This vid is 9:59

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  • Rajan Sachdeva 1 year ago

    Toomrick apologies accepted.

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  • Ed Ventures 1 year ago

    I love Corrections! Great digital exclusive segment! Suck it TV viewers!

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  • Eunice Kalu 1 year ago

    Corrections are so much fun!!!!! It really is great to see Seth and the crew causally interacting while still managing to make us laugh with all the funny stuff from the week. Also, we do need longer corrections; they are way too good to be short and rushed! This is a great digital exclusive 🙂 😀 😉

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  • Sharienne W. 1 year ago

    Who cares how long it is? You must hire more staff to serve my demand. Your show’s total running time must be exactly the length of time between my climbing into bed until I fall asleep at night. To make it easier for you to prepare the proper amount of material, keep in mind that I am bedridden. Thus, the time elapsed from getting in my bed until I fall asleep tonight is 21 years. Thank you for your service. 😁

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  • Sébastien Vaillancourt 1 year ago

    Well, that thing about travelling visa-free in the EEA is wrong. The EEA has nothing to do with mobility, you were refering to the Schengen Area and Ireland is not part of it.

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  • L. Hettrick 1 year ago

    The Prince Phillip joke *almost* went over my crown.

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  • wolfpak410 1 year ago

    I love this show! good work everyone haha

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  • Natalie Herring 1 year ago

    Correction: you referred to Snow White as a woman. Woman is defined as an adult female human being. However, she is 14 years old when the events of the movie take place. Therefore, she is not a woman, she is a girl.

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  • 741662027 1 year ago

    You said “two-party verification”. Technically, it’s “2FA”, or “two FACTOR AUTHENTICATION” (ahem)!

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  • Soup Slop 1 year ago

    Don’t feel bad Seth I take turmeric everyday bottle plainly says that and I still say turmeric 😆

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  • Soup Slop 1 year ago

    Damned auto correct TUMERIC

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  • Soup Slop 1 year ago

    Oh damn Seth now the cancel cultures going to say Prince charming was a necrophiliac …….😕

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  • A Morfus 1 year ago

    Great catch Seth. And it’s not ATM machine or PIN number!

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  • A Morfus 1 year ago

    Those dinosaurs were well-read too.

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  • T. Dmytryshyn 1 year ago

    Somehow I do not think Schumacher sounds the way that Seth makes him sound. I think he should interview Schumacher. we are waiting for this interview Seth. I live in Canada and we need things to look forward to, seriously Seth, WE NEED THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD TO.

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  • Michelle Harris 1 year ago

    Turmeric. . My whole life a lie.

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  • Scribblette1 1 year ago

    Oh no, from what I’ve read what prince charming ACTUALLY did in the older stories was much more than kiss a dead body. It was the subsequent babies who sucked out the poison that brought her back to life. I don’t know if the old tale indicates whether the babies survived that!

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  • Megan Scheffe 1 year ago

    Another day, back to re-watch corrections another time 😂

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  • James NYC. 1 year ago

    “BRILLIANT!!!”

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  • Marlon Hope 1 year ago

    Two factor

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  • Paya The Cat 1 year ago

    Cumin? I suppose you mean Curcuma. LOL. This is a great segment.

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  • kai lee 1 year ago

    I just noticed the back of Seth’s card says, “This area has been covered in germs.” I mean… sure, okay. But… why? Have they all said this, and I just now got a closer look at the back of the card?

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  • Kathryn McGee 1 year ago

    You mean curcumin!?!

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  • Red Skull 1 year ago

    Propaganda!

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  • dartagnanx1 1 year ago

    First time I’ve seen this segment. Really funny!

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  • Seleena Y-T 1 year ago

    I’m from East Africa and, in our version of Snow White, it’s not a kiss that wakes her up. While they (I think the dwarves) were carrying her coffin, one stumbles and drops her. This dislodges the poisoned piece of apple from her through and she wakes up. I don’t know where Disney comes up with all these kisses. Every story seems to be about a kiss – even when it don’t make sense.

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  • bogs harris 1 year ago

    correction take your time with these corrections xD

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  • Unmesh L. 1 year ago

    This is fast becoming Seth’s funniest segment.

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  • Tom Tom 1 year ago

    Way to troll the haters. Full props for making fun of the idiots out there who criticize you instead of simply not watching.

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  • Don Flatt 1 year ago

    Corrections just get more hilarious each week. Thanks for doing these bits!

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  • TRHS1976 1 year ago

    These segments are so great! Please continue!

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  • Strangely Ironic 1 year ago

    Needs to be shorter than ten minutes, 9:59, nailed it.

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  • Adelightfulimpulse 1 year ago

    Amber’s laugh is infectious!

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  • Michael Leblanc 1 year ago

    I did not expect that. I am sorry, but people bothered to correct these small things. Who cares, move on people. You have families jobs and lives. Focus on those things. Maybe if you did that, the world would he slightly better for it.

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  • Lucinda Smith 1 year ago

    The pedant in me totally loves this series. Keep it coming and keep it long!

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  • Musik216 1 year ago

    Of all that, they only heard to correct, “My brother and me!” 🤣🤣😂🤣🤣 I love this show!!

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  • Ben England 1 year ago

    CORRECTION: I think you meant two-factor identification, not two-party verification.

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  • Lucinda Smith 1 year ago

    Also, have you noticed that the comments in this section are all grammatically accurate, fully written out and correctly spelt and punctuated? I feel this is an audience that has been poorly served since the dawn of the Internet… until now “and we appreciate that”.

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  • Scryndi SouthFlorida 1 year ago

    I’m out here schilling for your ice cream flavor with NO RECOGNITION WHATSOEVER, SETH MEYERS. GYAAAAAAH. #acloserlick

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  • Sachin Mhaskar 1 year ago

    I think he meant two factor authentication, not two party verification

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  • Philemaphobia 1 year ago

    In the Grimm Fairy Tale he drops the coffin, she gets shaken around and the piece of poison apple still stuck in her throat shoots out. Then he is breathing life into her.
    Disney however made it a necrophiliac rape story.

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  • Angieluvsdmb 1 year ago

    Isn’t it like tomato tomato, potato potato?
    (insert James Franco same thing James Franco‘s character In The Interview, “Same, Same!”

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  • Phillip P 1 year ago

    Hey man, thanks for being the regular guy expert comedy writer, gosh darnit.

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  • Boltorian 1 year ago

    I don’t watch Late Night, but I never miss this

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  • Caitlin Samuelsson 1 year ago

    “two party verification”? I’m sorry to have to correct this, but I think you mean two-factor authentication…

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  • Sourabh Inani 1 year ago

    Correction: I suppose you meant two factor authentication instead of two party verification. Hope you show this correction in next episode.
    Love these corrections. 😁👍

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  • Josef Fort 1 year ago

    Correction: prince charming didn’t come across a presumably dead woman in the woods, he came across a presumably dead child in the woods

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  • Jim Burns 1 year ago

    If you really spoke “the Queen’s,” you’d never have used “my brother nd I’ as the object of that sentence.

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  • Gabby Coster 1 year ago

    Seth reminds me of Mike Rowe from QVC. If SNL ever decided to do a sketch about his hosting days (which they should, they are hilarious) Seth would have to play him!

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  • Ross Cohen 1 year ago

    No *fewer than 500 of you… Less for amounts unquantifiable (less love), fewer for amounts quantifiable (fewer lovers)

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  • Halle Hagan 1 year ago

    Going with the Irish visa talk, as long as that Northern Irish person held an Irish passport they would have no problems. If they held a British passport, then yeah it would probably be more difficult. But because everyone born on the island of Ireland had the right to an Irish passport they could get one and not have to deal with any consequences of Brexit when moving to Iceland.

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  • B1 Battle Droid 1 year ago

    THE CARD

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  • Adam Moloney 1 year ago

    “this area has been covered in germs.” subtle.

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  • Pascal Roggen 1 year ago

    so much gold, you can’t make these shorter.. please

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  • cherish smith 1 year ago

    This was so good. Funny

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  • Philip Surette 1 year ago

    Not to worry. Even scientist studying creatures of the oceans use the term Octopuses instead of the correct label Octopi. Apparently, correct English doesn’t matter anymore! So, yu cud uz ne dem wurdz ju likin.

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  • Paula, Negan's NEW Lucille 1 year ago

    why your audience gotta _troll_ on you?! necrophilia is way worse

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  • Celtic Cheetah 1 year ago

    I am glad Seth picked up on how creepy the prince is. In fact, the source material is WAY WORSE. Italian writer Giambattista Basile’s original version of Sleeping Beauty, written in the 17th Century, has the comatose princess being repeatedly raped by the king who comes across her and then giving birth to his children, all while still asleep. … The king then murders his wife so he can be with Sleeping Beauty.

    Yup.

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  • nedomedo 1 year ago

    Mikey the Shoe! 😂

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  • Hello_China 1 year ago

    There are people out there who, at viewings, will kiss their loved one who has passed in an nonproblematic way so “assumed dead” kinda works in his favor.

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  • yossarian3000 1 year ago

    You were right the first time. It’s pronounced chew-mer-ick ! Like Tuesday is pronounced chews-day!

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  • Jessi Lizzi 1 year ago

    Seth: Too-meric is how I thought it was my whole life?
    Me the aussie: yeah…oh no how do Americans say turmeric?
    Seth: tur-meric

    Nope too-meric, don’t know about the British but pretty sure Australians agree with your original pronounciation.

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  • yossarian3000 1 year ago

    See you, Debra, Candice and Schumacher at studio 54

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  • yossarian3000 1 year ago

    When Prince charming kissed sleeping beauty it made her woke

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  • Just Aguy 1 year ago

    I consider the Snow White incident CPR. And the Thesauruses were known for their erudition as well as their size.

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  • Pierre B 1 year ago

    Perfect sommelier cher ami. Love from French!

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  • William Gum 1 year ago

    corrections should be longer

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  • Foppish Dilletaunt 1 year ago

    .”Turmeric” is an awful, jagged, tinny word & I too have always mispronounced it as “tumeric” my entire life.
    I sit corrected.

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  • xdeonyx1 1 year ago

    Shoemaker said to keep it under 10 min.
    *Stops to look at run time*
    9:59. Nice.

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  • Mike Daniels 1 year ago

    So, no FEWER than 500 people were hyper-correcting you on that because it is in fact “my brother and I would,” which you know is correct because if you did it alone you would not say “me would,” you would say “I would.” You could say “she gave me and my brother some wine” but it is properly “my brother and I drank the wine.”

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  • Shannon Olivas 1 year ago

    Wait, it’s “turmeric”?

    I don’t believe it.

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  • Shannon Olivas 1 year ago

    Yo, your mom really made you and your brother drink a full bottle of wine? For real?

    That seems a bit messed up to me. What are your feelings on it?

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  • Alice Canestraro 1 year ago

    I’m with the 500+ “my brother & me” crowd. The hideously bad phrase “someone & I” is correct when used in the nominative case BUT ALMOST EVERY ILLITERATE plunks “& I” in the objective case. Check before you speak 🗣: if you can substitute We for “& I” then YES, that’s CORRECT. HOWEVER, if you must say US, then you MUST SAY “& ME”! Remember that you are in a leadership position, people model themselves after you. The witless will mindlessly mimic you and teach others your grammatical errors.

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  • JRhodes451 1 year ago

    Seth’s B&J flavor: Oops! All salt!

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  • Jim O'Hagan 1 year ago

    This is funnier than the show. Just do standup more man, you’re great.

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  • Jian Ma 1 year ago

    The pronunciation of ‘Substantive’ as [subSTANtive] is accepted as a secondary attestation in many US dictionaries; also, the use of it as a noun is often used with this pronunciation, especially in linguistics. So you’re not pronouncing it ‘wrong’.

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  • Nick Garcia 1 year ago

    If Ben & Jerry’s is watching, please give Amber a flavor before Seth just so we call all see Seth’s reaction.

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  • James 1 year ago

    Looooooooooooooooooove Corrections.

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  • Tim 1 year ago

    LCD display doesn’t bother me because LCD is both Liquid Crystal Display but it’s also a technology.
    ATM is just…… ATM
    But LCD could be followed by any number of words
    LCD monitor
    LCD panel
    LCD backlight
    LCD driver
    etc.

    So specifying LCD display isn’t nearly as redundant as ATM machine, IMO.

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  • Jan Champagne 1 year ago

    The original Sleeping beauty story is so much creepier than the washed over Disney version. I’m happy that one is disappearing.

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  • Einar Ólafsson 1 year ago

    I don’t think elves and gnomes can apply for passports, it is an unfortunate discrimination, that is why you won’t see any elves outside Iceland or gnomes outside Ireland, they can’t travel! Maybe Seth can make a Closer Look investigation into this, this needs to be discussed.

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  • not public 1 year ago

    watchmen, you know which character

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  • rhodesphotoco 1 year ago

    Seth’s ice cream flavor should be something that tastes decent but gives you diarrhea for four years five years after eating it, call it 2011 White House Press Correspondents Dinner Fudged Us Good or something.

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  • Totally Pony 1 year ago

    Does anyone else think shoemaker is an imaginary friend like the sea captain. I mean who gives their kid the name shoemaker. Does he make shoes or something.

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  • stustjohn 1 year ago

    No FEWER than 500 of you… 😜

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  • David A. Craven 1 year ago

    All people born in Northern Ireland are eligible for Irish citizenship under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement, so it’s not all that much more difficult if they want to move. Many of them will have already claimed this so as to have an EU passport.

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  • Tim Greaves 1 year ago

    I can’t believe how much I love this segment now!

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  • Ozan Akyıldız 1 year ago

    No, you meant LCD screen.

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  • DaveUnscripted 1 year ago

    You also don’t need wifi to transfer cryptocurrency.

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  • David S. Cohen 1 year ago

    SETH! Damn boy, you are so smart, funny and cute, not to mention how much I appreciate the actual language notes you are giving to yourself and and for which you are taking responsibility for not to mention the commentaries, insights, implicit criticisms and such wunnerful/wunnerful jokes like the one I just heard through my headset as I type, namely, the Ice Cream company you set up so invisibly with the Ben & Jerry set-up and then named Seth Breyer’s: THAT was SO good because also a kind of improv of the little rivalries that egos indulge in all realms, be they members of an elementary school faculty, secretaries in a legal team’s offices city-wide or celebrity talk-show hosts: one of the things I like about your comedy most because you are making fun of ego as well as exaggerating that silliness into the non-sense it is while still getting to express it! 
    PLUS: & this is true: All THE GIRLS, especially, in Horseheads, New York, actually did say “I’m going to the Li-BARY to study for Fifth Period.” etc. etc. and so forth, no lie that’s how they pronounce it when speaking the full-on upstate N.Y. dialect referred to over years between me and my CAlifornia-born, now-grown daughter CAtherine, who now lives in Madrid and who still, when we are video-chatting as we often do will revert to our “white-bread” accents or a little bit of down-home remembering the roots comic-nostalgia!
    I QUITE love you, my fondness for your comedy your intellect and your general cuteness having ripened into something deeper, I discover, as I have been following you faithfully throughout your having taken pandemical refuge at your in-laws with the door, the children, the captain, the duck, Ethan Hawking and —though not like Stephen would have, not even Eddie Red,amyne playing him! If you, as few would probably be quite able to, follow thzt… or —one of my favorite phrases … catch my drift!
    Hasta luego,
    Best to you and those you love et al.

    David

    David S. Cohen
    Chula Vista, CA
    San Diego County just a few miles north of SAN Ysidro 
    and the newest border crossing into Mexico!

    P.S. I just realized that you have gotten me through this pandemic as Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert got me through the months that followed 9/11: Horribly, my mother’s birthday which she was then alive to experience her birthday having been more or less stolen from her as one heard constantly from the on “the terrorist attacks of September 11th” repeated & repeated ad infinitum/nauseum!

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  • Devon Lockwood 1 year ago

    Anyone else notice Seth definitely took some edibles before work?

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  • None 31 1 year ago

    No he was correct on saying my brother and I my english teacher had a pet oeeve about that. The easiest way to explain was if you take out my brother it would say Me drank a full bottle of wine.

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  • Lee Roscoe 1 year ago

    make my brother and me not make my brother and I

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  • Enzo Mezatni 1 year ago

    This is some new form a pleasure pain scenario, sifting through all those comments must be draining, unless you get a little baked and eat doughnuts with your pals.

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  • Free World2021 1 year ago

    Pork or pig is correct?

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  • Free World2021 1 year ago

    mom or mother is correct?

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  • Julián Reyes 1 year ago

    Damn. That sommelier thing was HARD to watch. And the Oscar goes to

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  • Adacado 1 year ago

    Seth, on May 18th it’s you and Stefons 8th wedding anniversary. Can you PLEASE tell us what you guys have been up to lately and how your marriage has been holding up?

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  • darkraven0109 1 year ago

    I want to tell him the truth: only one of those princes is named Charming. Snow White’s prince is named Florian.

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  • Benjamin Sumeracki 1 year ago

    I hate when people say ATM Machine

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  • Michala Sawyer 1 year ago

    (Sighhhhhh) I don’t want to do this but… Prince Phillip married Sleeping Beauty not Snow White. Snow White married Prince Florian.

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  • Amber Ventris 1 year ago

    Wait for it: My bother and me

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  • Mireille Lebeau 1 year ago

    Nobody’s laughting like Amber!

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  • invaderzimismyfav 1 year ago

    It’s really long, but 10 minutes is the perfect amount of time for a YouTube video

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  • Akia Sembly 1 year ago

    no “fewer” than 500 of you

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  • Nathan Hromanik 1 year ago

    This was under 10min Shoemaker will be happy. LoL Loving this corrections segment.

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  • Michelle Ranney 1 year ago

    Snow White’s prince was just The Prince. Charming is with Cinderella only 😉

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  • TheMister123 1 year ago

    Re: “My brother and ME” … Hey! It’s “No FEWER than” 500 of us, Seth!!!! …grumble… 😉

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  • acedotcom 1 year ago

    let down he didnt say “come in” instead of “cumin”. Try harder seth.

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  • Jan Hughes 1 year ago

    Nooooooo to making it shorter!!!!

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  • Lynn Panadero 1 year ago

    My brother and I is correct because it is the subject of the clause. You were right. 500 people were wrong.

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  • John McCotter 1 year ago

    Anyone in Northern Ireland can get a passport from the south and therefore Brexit would not be an issue for the Irish Gnome troll when visiting Iceland.

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  • fantasticmio 1 year ago

    Just wait until you learn the difference between less and fewer. It will ruin your life!

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  • Pam Kaakee 1 year ago

    LCD is liquid crystal diode. Not liquid crystal display.

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  • D M 1 year ago

    Scrolled through quite a lot of the comments and can’t believe nobody tried to correct the corrections: It’s two FACTOR verification, not two party verification 😉 Though I like the idea of having to successfully be approved at two parties before being let into the digital exclusive Corrections zone … “you must be THIS cool to get corrected by Seth”!

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  • romxxii 1 year ago

    That necrophilia joke made me guffaw

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  • Maurice K 1 year ago

    Turmeric is something people pronounce wrong all the time but I was wondering if anyone else also pronounces cumin ‘Coo-min’ instead of ‘queue-min’

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  • K G 1 year ago

    Man, this is way funnier than the main show

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  • Annie Jankovic 1 year ago

    I fuckin love this bit

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  • Annie Jankovic 1 year ago

    “Kissed her without consent”
    “Yeah, way worse than that!” 😂😂

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  • Kimberly Guevara 1 year ago

    Longer is better

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  • Amy Weymouth 1 year ago

    Too funny. Love Closer Look. I do find it annoying when NEWS people use incorrect grammar, but not required on a comedy show! Also, why can’t anyone pronounce FebRuary correctly?! I don’t think a single person I heard on tv for that entire month pronounced it correctly. It is NOT FebUary! My 2 cents. Love you Seth!

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  • macforme 1 year ago

    Thesauruses were dinosaurs…huge…massive and very informative creatures.

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  • Andy Goodbourn 1 year ago

    I can’t believe that you bleep out the word ‘sh*t’ but not the word ‘w*nkers’…. different rules in the US to here in the UK, I guess!?!*??!

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  • macforme 1 year ago

    Seth…who ever is telling you you need to keep Corrections of the week short …they are WRONG….we love ’em. Make stuff up if you have to.

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  • Marissa Haas 1 year ago

    i love how you can distinctively hear amber’s laugh in the background

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  • Carmen DeBenedictis-Larue 1 year ago

    Seth, it’s “no fewer than 500 of you”

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  • Sin of Pride Escanor 1 year ago

    I was convinced Seth was high on the turmeric lol

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  • Astrid Tiefholz 1 year ago

    Good use of the word “wanker”. Why this term has never entered American parlance is beyond me.

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  • Person McRealfellow 1 year ago

    Ah yes, queen Liz’ popular catchphrase “I’M SURROUNDED BY WANKERS”💂

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  • Jill Adelman 1 year ago

    A couple of weeks ago during Corrections, Seth referenced Lil Jon but said “Little John.” I don’t think he meant to refer to Robin Hood’s friend.

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  • Joshwa Crasta 1 year ago

    “My brother and me” 😂😂😂

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  • Ann Kugler 1 year ago

    Love the corrections. Great segment. Gift that keeps giving.

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  • Ann Kugler 1 year ago

    Good for you.

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  • Arran Dinsmore 1 year ago

    Northern Irish here, we have dual citizenship (Irish/British) and so still have the option to hold an EU passport. Also the country itself still operates within the EEA due to the Northern Irish Protocol 👍

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  • J B W Shane 1 year ago

    Actually, “LCD” stands for “liquid crystal diode, ” *not* “liquid crystal display. ” So, the point goes to Mr. Myers. Or as Tom Smothers put it, “Touchy, touchy!”

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  • glittery_cucumber 1 year ago

    It feels so good to just goof off again after 4 years of misery

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  • Samuel Robles 1 year ago

    5:16 That new flavor “Amber Says Nuts” is life. Make it happen, B&J.

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  • Avis Robinson 1 year ago

    Lol!!!🤣🤣🤣

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  • Paul Miller 1 year ago

    I think I laugh harder at these corrections each weak than anything else on the Internet.

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  • Charles Darwin 1 year ago

    It’s pronounced ‘tumeric’ in the uk.

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  • Garritt VS 1 year ago

    LCD, ATM – just two of the acronyms that people repeat the last letter as the actual word (display and machine, respectively).
    *I want to see a blow-up of the back of that notecard* !! I looked for it online and I can’t find it.

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  • Sean McGloon 1 year ago

    Just because I find this hilarious, but Merriam-Webster says both pronunciations are fine, although if you took the R out of the spelling you’re still wrong, Seth. Reference: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/turmeric

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  • Josh Doyle 1 year ago

    You referred to Snow White as a woman when in point of fact she is a 14 year old girl.

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  • Edwin Szeto 1 year ago

    i love that the notes are written on the back of some card, they do well with reusing materials

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  • Nass J 1 year ago

    According to the original story, the prince did not only gave sleeping beauty a kiss. He actually gave him 2 pregnancies as well. One of the kids searching for food sucked her finger and removed the flax from her finger (which had the curse).
    Also, the “prince” was a king and he was already married.
    So kudos to Disney for taking a horribly creepy rape story and making it just a consent warning

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  • Still Deubell 1 year ago

    As god is my witness this has become my favourite part of this whole show. 😂

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  • Dudeomfgstfux 1 year ago

    If it makes you feel better it’s pronounced “krerkem” in Arabic with a soft K

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  • Dudeomfgstfux 1 year ago

    You said 2 party verification but it’s 2 factor verification.

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  • griff7533 1 year ago

    Never get your audience back. Show is so fun casual now. Love it.

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  • Austin Hembd 1 year ago

    Please don’t cut the time down. We LOVE corrections. I could watch this for 20 minutes every week. Seriously…

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  • Alex Mandriko 1 year ago

    I think I speak for everyone here, Mikey the Shoe is everybody’s favorite recurring character

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  • Snowjunkie 1 year ago

    technically speaking Turmeric and Tumeric both work, its just a case of Elision. Lots of words experience elision within languages overtime, often due to certain sounds in the words no longer being pronounced, and eventually the spelling changing to reflect that.

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  • Joshua Morrison 1 year ago

    Love corrections 🤗

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  • Dallas L 1 year ago

    (a la Jim Gaffigan) “Hey buddy, I like turmeric. It’s delicious in curry and it helps fight depression.”

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  • Greg Barbosa 1 year ago

    Amber’s laugh is wonderful.🤣😂

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  • Roger Hunter 1 year ago

    LCD does not stand for “liquid crystal display.” It stands for “liquid crystal diode.” There is nothing incorrect about saying “LCD display” because you’re saying an abbreviated form of “liquid crystal diode display.” That’s accurate and completely correct when referring to a screen using LCD technology.

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  • Murn Swag 1 year ago

    Thesauruses is a perfectly correct plural of thesaurus. Also correct are octopuses, cactuses, etc.

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  • Will Seattle 1 year ago

    Cumin rocks

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  • Will Seattle 1 year ago

    Substantive is both

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  • Will Seattle 1 year ago

    Substantive Cumin Thesaurus is your new flavor

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  • Mary Hamilton 1 year ago

    I comment this every week out of fear this segment will go away, but I love this so much

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