Seth Meyers Presents Late Night’s “Baby, It’s Cold Outside 2018”

Published on December 21, 2018

Seth presents a performance of Late Night’s brand new non-problematic version of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” for you to enjoy this holiday season.

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  • TayToria 1 year ago

    I understand it can trigger some people and get why radio pulled it, but it shouldn’t be pulled from platforms for the people who want to buy/stream the song.

    Edit: Amber and that dress look amazing

  • Waseem Alame 1 year ago

    first comment ? lol

  • Waseem Alame 1 year ago

    damn he beat me by 3 seconds

  • Alternative Spicer 1 year ago

    I clicked because of Amber but she’s just in for about 15 seconds!
    This is not cool, Seth!

  • Rifki N R 1 year ago


  • Big Wig 1 year ago

    The first and most immediate reason for my lukewarm attitude toward liberalism is its modest position in the entirety of human experience. To put it simply: liberalism as a theory is not interesting. Plato, Aristotle, Dante, Shakespere, and Dostoyevsky were not liberals. One cannot think of any outstanding writer who could be qualified simply and solely as a liberal. What is most fascinating in the picture of man and the world, in the understanding of our relation to God, to nature, to one another, was all formulated outside the realm of liberal thought. The most intriguing thinkers whom we regard as belonging to the liberal tradition in the largest sense of the word—Kant, Ortega y Gasset, or Tocqueville are all interesting to the degree to which they transcend liberal orthodoxy.
    A thought experiment will make this clear. Let us imagine a man educated exclusively in Aristotelianism, or Hegelianism, or phenomenology, or Thomism. Such a man could be accused of one-sidedness, but he certainly could, other conditions being fulfilled, achieve wisdom in the most basic meaning of the word. Then let us imagine someone who is educated only in the works of liberalism. Such a man could never attain wisdom because the works he studies leave out the most important problems that have preoccupied human beings from time immemorial. The liberal ignores those questions because he considers them either irrelevant, or—for reasons I will explain later—dangerous. My experience with liberals is that whenever I raise those questions in their company I encounter two kinds of reaction: either reluctance to discuss those issues as secondary, or irritation which results from my interlocutor’s conviction that he has located this problem within his system long ago and finds no reason to revisit it.
    The lack of weight which one feels whenever one reads liberal works is an obvious consequence of the thinness of liberal assumptions, from which one cannot derive any profound insights. It is not that the tree of literary art is always greener than the tree of political theory, and that no poet or writer of significance was a propounder of a particular theory. The root of the problem lies in the program of consistent reductionism which closes the liberal mind to the issues that men have always thought constitutive of the human condition. The dilemma is inescapable: either one makes bolder assumptions—and then one is bound to depart from strict liberalism—or one sticks to the original thinness, and then one falls into sterility.

  • Georgia L 1 year ago

    All that set building for 10 seconds of air. Nice set tho ! ☃️

  • WhyTheHorseface 1 year ago

    Such bullshit. Girls don’t want the nice guy. That’s the guy who’s “their best friend”. We are doomed. “I don’t want to ruin our friendship” fucking trash.

  • Invert Your Cross 1 year ago

    Everyone sucks now

  • lking1540 1 year ago

    Well, the dems ruin another thing people love, way to go.

  • The Wogan Transformers bloke 1 year ago

    I love Amber Ruffin ?

  • Shivam Jaiswal 1 year ago

    Brace yourselves.. Triggered people are coming!


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