Seth Manifests a Better World

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Published on February 16, 2024

Seth takes a moment to manifest some things he’d like to see in the world.

Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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20 comments

  • @littleredchucks2758 2 months ago

    This was so damn funny!! As in the funniest thing I’ve ever seen. It will be my go to happiness video from now on, so that I too can manifest joy… and jewels.

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  • @ufogrindizer5038 2 months ago

    hum… what the hell was that? lol

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  • @Kid_Ying 2 months ago

    Did someone roofie me last night?

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  • @nitroglycerific9295 2 months ago

    Seth proving he’s still the most unhinged name in late night

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  • @marvinmartin4692 2 months ago

    Sorry but this is very similar to Steve Martin skit on SNL year’s ago!

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  • @nadiashahanizahassan9460 2 months ago

    Jewels…..jewels….SO MANY JEWELS

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  • @busylawbee 2 months ago

    What the heck did I just watch? 😮

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  • @xaivercampbell1587 2 months ago

    Hahahhha wow. I see where the other 20 percent of the budget goes

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  • @mollytheda9273 2 months ago

    Such a great bit on messaging and intent. Seth is my favorite.

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  • @josec.londonosierra1658 2 months ago

    Set’s gone trump here.

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  • @SpaceForceCommander 2 months ago

    Graphics Department could have put various pictures of the singer Jewel to put Seth off and perhaps get some bloopers.

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  • @tiredhippo82 2 months ago

    This was like watching a 90s’ FMV pc game

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  • @SpaceForceCommander 2 months ago

    It’s like little joining episodes of “At This Point In The Broadcast”.

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  • @TheEliaSenn 2 months ago

    Bravo! Truly a masterpiece of theater. I haven’t seen the like since the Sea Captain.

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  • @joeyreliford705 2 months ago

    Duuuuude, this was awesome… Seth & Co. are stretching those comedic legs and really going places, and I love it. Did anyone watch the “Back in my day” segment? I have a question. Ok, when a character talks directly to you, with none of the other characters acknowledging your existence… That’s a 4th wall break, correct? With that established, what is it called when there’s only you and the character, like in the “back in my day” segments? Since there are ZERO other characters to NOT acknowledge your existence, or the 4th wall.

    If it’s just me, and the character and we can converse, that would be a dialogue, correct?

    If it’s the character and myself, but the character has all the lines, this would be a monologue, correct?

    Here’s my question, is it still a 4th wall break, or a wall break of a different sort when Seth’s character can leave the scene (the park bench where I imagine Rusty and some really nice old-timer from the neighborhood are enjoying a sunny day ) and walks through my side of the 4th wall (or through his studio audience and right out into the real world) mind you….while still in character? Whatever this is, it’s fricking great 🎉🎉 because in my mind it’s as if Seth’s character is now existing somewhere, anywhere out there… On the wrong side of the wall… Our side of the wall… And he’s not our version of Seth, oh nonononono… He’s the version that actually likes the Mack Tonight character. Yep, we’ve got the monkey’s paw wish version of Seth and he’s out there now… Just existing…

    Oh and by the by…. I am NOT hella high… right now… Anymore.

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  • @shigekax 2 months ago

    I wonder if real jewels dropped on a table sound the same as fake.

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  • @Syrkyth 2 months ago

    Gollum has won!

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  • @SpaceForceCommander 2 months ago

    Seth went to other camps besides Impressions Camp.

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  • @nomadpurple6154 2 months ago

    Seth is a warning to all those playing jewel matching games to excess. This obsession is bad for society and inevitably leads to a dark path and pick axe murder.

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  • @appearoffline3703 2 months ago

    This didnt need to happen

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