Seth Meyers

“And I’m including the time the Toronto Raptors mascot tried to skate down the stairs and fell flat on his face."
Late night hosts, including Stephen Colbert and James Corden, used comedy to catch their audiences up on President Donald Trump’s weekend in which he canceled a secret meeting with the Taliban.
Late night comics used their shows to joke about President Donald Trump’s busy weekend in which he canceled a secret meeting with the Taliban and got into a Twitter fight with Chrissy Teigen.
The president's attempted dig at Republican rival Mark Sanford got roasted on "Late Night."
Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert chimed in on the latest controversies engulfing the president.
The "Late Night" host chimed in on the president's Hurricane Dorian/Alabama controversy.
Late night hosts, including Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah, laid on the jokes after President Donald Trump tried to use a Sharpie to try and prove he was right about Hurricane Dorian’s path.
Late night comics including Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel joked about President Donald Trump using a Sharpie to try and prove he was right about Hurricane Dorian’s path.
Late night hosts, including Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah, went after President Donald Trump for all of his comments regarding Hurricane Dorian.
Late night comics used their shows to confront President Donald Trump for his various comments about Hurricane Dorian.
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel each dissected Trump's response to the storm that struck the Bahamas.
Late night hosts, including Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah, went after President Donald Trump for retweeting conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged suicide.
Late night comics used their shows to confront President Donald Trump for retweeting conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged suicide that involve former president Bill Clinton.
“He’s always been a racist, he’s always been a con artist, and he’s always been a conspiracy theorist," said the "Late Night" host.
The "Late Night" host delivered a funny moment in what has been a strained week.
"You’re supposed to be the paper of record, not the paper of record scratches," said the host of NBC's "Late Night."
Late night hosts including Stephen Colbert and James Corden got serious about the two mass shootings that occurred in the U.S. over the weekend.
"If video games were so influential, they should make one about Congress called ‘F**king Do Something.'"