The Meyers Family Tells a Traumatic Story Involving Seth’s Orthodontic Headgear

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Published on November 29, 2019

The Meyers family watches a video of Seth’s sons dancing in turkey costumes, discusses what Seth’s sons call their grandparents and tells a story about Seth’s childhood orthodontic headgear.

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  • Hailyn Salcedo 2 weeks ago

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  • Malick O'Malley 2 weeks ago

    First

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  • Madeleine 2 weeks ago

    Soo sweet but mormor is actually the maternal grandmother ;D She would be “farmor” 🙂

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  • Yautja Prime 2 weeks ago

    Adorable but please use that Late Night money to buy a better couch. That looks like something in a nursing home my man lol

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  • Riveravi 2 weeks ago

    its not a good idea to watch this video while being drunk. be seein doubles

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  • Stanimir Ivanov 2 weeks ago

    It’s always a blast when Seth’s family is on the show! They look like very nice, lovely people. And they seem to share Seth’s humor, too! Or maybe he got his from them?

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  • catalinacurio 2 weeks ago

    Dear god who gave them alcohol! Now they are going to embarrass you Seth, yeap, they did! 😂😂😂😂

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  • Light_Jak 2 weeks ago

    Josh is hot Asf and I don’t know who my daddy is… Seth or Josh

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  • Ganiscol 2 weeks ago

    The dog looks properly irritated for multiple reasons. 🙃

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  • Pankaj Raj 2 weeks ago

    Josh can breed me. That’s it. Period.

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  • Eric Smith 2 weeks ago

    Seth Myers brother could be his doppelganger. Are they twins?

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  • New Message 2 weeks ago

    That camel could have done with a little headgear.

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  • Katie McGee 2 weeks ago

    Seth your parents haven’t aged at all in the last several years videos!! Such a great family ❤️ happy thanksgiving!

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  • New Message 2 weeks ago

    “The Meyers Family Tells a Traumatic Story” sounds like a great weekly segment.. just sayin’.

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  • basba Qal 2 weeks ago

    Is the camel’s name “Prince of Arabia”, ’cause the horse that bit the vice president was a Pharaoh. ;);)

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  • Billie Cresta 2 weeks ago

    Josh, I will pay

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  • dillicat 2 weeks ago

    Swedish person here. Would’ve been funny if the kids called her “mormor” since that literally means mother’s mother (mor=mother). “farmor” is the equivalent term for a father’s mother (far=father)… I don’t know any other language that does this

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  • maltygoodness2 2 weeks ago

    Seth’s brother looks like mix between Billy Baldwin and Tom Cruise.

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  • Amara Jordan 2 weeks ago

    I’m from a small and close family. People usually seem weirded out that at 30, my brother and I live close to our parents and visit often. We LIKE holidays and hanging out. I used to have a specific day my mother would visit and stay all day and night and we’d hang out. We never run out of stuff to talk about; I’m like her younger clone. We’re both chronically ill and moving has led to having few friends. Being ill and not able to get out much has meant we all rely on each other more.

    I get that I’m really friggin lucky and a lot of people have been hurt (in many different ways) by their parents and or general family. But there’s a tendency for people to act like it’s so WEIRD, somewhere between some vague incest and basement-dwelling losers, or some controlling fundamentalist situation. And I also get scorning the idea if that’s not been your life, thinking it’s not as good as friends being chosen family, or that it’s just not cool or dorky.

    So it’s really nice to see examples in media of families that at least seem to really enjoy being around each other. Other than my family, I don’t have any current contacts that have known me for a significant period of time to have a deep bind of trust and a lot of memories to enjoy. It’s cool to see people enjoy those bonds, whether they’re will really old friends or not, but especially when it’s family it makes me feel better. It’s not a weird aberration fluke to be close and it’s kind of comforting to see examples of that.

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  • Napoleon I Bonaparte 2 weeks ago

    Why is Seth being interviewed by Josh?

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