Who I Miss: Late Night’s Bettie Rogers

Published on April 15, 2020

Seth takes a moment to talk about a crew member he misses working with while quarantining for COVID-19: Bettie Rogers, head of Late Night’s hair department and the only person to cut Seth’s hair in the past 10 years.

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  • Luca Villa 11 months ago


  • Istdoch Allesegal 11 months ago

    Ooof. I thought this was an obituary segment… glad I got that wrong!!!

  • David Harris 11 months ago

    I love this segment

  • W Allen 11 months ago

    Seth, you have that magic portal: why not just have the whole company move into your attic? Then you can see them every day!

  • Jason Bean 11 months ago

    I’ve had a few favorite hair stylists. Perhaps the best was Neil, owner of the Rare Pair. He was a straight guy with massive cohones. He had a photo of himself taking an illegal bungee off the Sunshine Skyway. He got weird, though. One of his “pair” was a Jappy- Jewish American princess- who wore a lot of bangles and gave everyone an asymmetrical haircut. She thought that any man not swept away by her beauty must be gay. I didn’t like the way her bangles jangled in my ear and that I had to get my hair recut to a middle part. Neil got weird after that. Oh well. Can’t win them all.:)

  • Susan Bishop 11 months ago

    My daughter just yesterday was talking about missing her hair dresser! I myself haven’t gone for years lol 😅

  • Krystof Dayne 11 months ago

    Man, I think we all miss our barbers at this point

  • 525Lines 11 months ago

    The tiny doors are the only thing keeping Seth’s psychotic twin in the attic.

  • insertAlias 11 months ago

    Is it me or is Seth Getting sexier?

  • Stifled Voice 11 months ago

    Seth, I’m sure you’ll rock that Johnny Carson “silver fox” look, The pandemic will give everyone gray hair faster than worrying about their kids.


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