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Lego drops the mic on Seth Meyers’ Lego vs Legos debate
February 11th, 2021 under Lego, Seth Meyers. [ Comments: none ]

Have you ever wondered, is the plural of Lego, Legos or just Lego? I thought it was Legos, but when I did an internet search, I found out it is just Lego.

Seth Meyers called them Legos on Late Night, and fans corrected the NBC host. He responded by saying it is too late to teach him new things. Therefore, he will continue to call them Legos.

Well, Lego responded to all of us, and all of us are wrong. The plural is Lego Bricks. 🤯

I don’t know how to handle this new piece of information. It is a total gamechanger. I feel like I stepped on a bunch of Lego Bricks without anything covering my feet. In other words, I just need some alone time to soak it all in. Does someone have some Lego Bricks I can play with to make everything feel like it did before I knew this fact?


What was Bernie Sanders thinking in that infamous photo?
January 22nd, 2021 under Politics, Seth Meyers. [ Comments: none ]

Bernie Sanders, like almost 100 other United States Senators, attended President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration on Wednesday. However, he was the only one who became a meme.

Yesterday, the Vermont Senator was on Late Night, and Seth Meyers had to know if he had seen some of the memes. Sanders has seen them, and you can tell by his laughter that he enjoys them.

So what was he thinking when he was snapped? “I was just sitting there, trying to keep warm, trying to pay attention to what was going on,” Sanders said with a smile.

Thankfully, he has a good sense of humor about it all! Sanders even had one when Meyers asked him what was in that manila envelope. “I’d love to tell you, Seth. It’s top secret.”

While he brought an envelope, my House Representative, Brad Sherman, brought a Trader Joe’s bag. That is just how we do things in the Valley.

To watch the full interview, then click here!


An asteroid could collide with the Earth on November 2nd
September 22nd, 2020 under Neil deGrasse Tyson, Seth Meyers. [ Comments: none ]

Whenever someone says to me what else can happen in 2020. I tell them don’t ask because we don’t want to know. In the latest example of that, there is a refrigerator-sized asteroid that could come in contact with our planet on November 2nd.

Yesterday, when Neil deGrasse Tyson was on Late Night, Seth Meyers wanted to know if we should be afraid of it. The astrophysicist said that it is traveling at 10-20 miles per second. When it hits our air at that speed, it will be like it ran into a brick wall and will shatter into a million little pieces. That means no one will be hurt, but anyone in eyesight will get to see a beautiful meteor shower.

Something positive about 2020. Unless Tyson is wrong like he was with Pluto. Therefore, you want to make sure to vote before Election day. If the asteroid hits the United States, then you want to make sure your vote is counted before your city was smashed to smithereens because 2020.


BTWF: Seth Meyers on Spin City
September 16th, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, Seth Meyers. [ Comments: none ]

Before Seth Meyers was playing games with his guests on Late Night, he was doing that on Spin City. He looks the same now as he did when he was 27 in that 2001 episode.


Seth Meyers tries a laugh track
September 16th, 2020 under Seth Meyers. [ Comments: none ]

Almost all of the late night hosts got their starts doing standup. Therefore, it is hard for them to do their nightly monologues without an audience and their laughter.

Now that competition shows are using canned laughter and fake applauds, Seth Meyers thought he would try it out on the Late Night show yesterday.

How did it go? It would go better for him if he used someone else besides Stage Manager Tom Ucciferri operate the machine. However, for us, it works better if Ucciferri is the man behind the machine. He has the best timing for Meyer’s jokes.


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