Seth Meyers takes a moment to address some of the errors from this week of Late Night, like accidentally saying “on accident” instead of “by accident” and pronouncing “turnpike” as “turnbike.”
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Oh, Seth, Seth, Seth. It’s not a sweater.Reply
It’s a vest, my friend. A *vest*.
Wait, so you’re saying that a mohel cut off Wally’s cue-card and then… what? It grew back? Hold on, doesn’t he have a different cue-card every few minutes? Are you saying that his cue-card is constantly getting cut off and he grows it back with different words on it just to provide you with content? That’s horrific! You should be paying him more.Reply
This is my favorite thing on TV.Reply
I love how Seth slowly turns into a James Bond villain toward the end.Reply
I think Patty might be knitting Seth a straitjacket, at this point…Reply
Your Randy Newman sounds like a very good impression of Bill Cosby badly impersonating Randy Newman. Have Randy Newman say “Pudding Pops”.Reply
You “ment” back to listen to yourself say “turnbike”? I feel like this was bait. 7:51Reply
I think Seth is Legit more funny without an audience. Keep it this way!Reply
Why do you keep saying Jeckles? it’s JackelsReply
Well, Seth, it is a vest, not a sweaterReply
It’s definitely “by accident” or “accidentally.” I love this man.Reply
Seth trying to get the knitting community riled up again! ~sew~ that sweater vest Seth, go ahead.Reply
A sweater without sleeves – like the glorious one Seth is wearing – is called a sweater vest.
Also, I’m keeping track of all the missed corrections you guys have missed so far. The list keeps growing…Reply
I love corrections. Is like a much more chill version of the showReply
this is my favorite segment right now.Reply
If Seth ever wants me on the show, I only want to co-host corrections.Reply