Seth Meyers Says Scooby Doo Is the Real College Cheating Scandal Culprit (Video)

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Seth Meyers has investigated the ongoing college admissions fraud scandal, and he identified the real criminal behind it all: cartoon detective/dog Scooby-Doo.

Ok, not really. But on Wednesday’s episode of “Late Night,” Meyers was pretty amazed by an email federal prosecutors say actress Felicity Huffman wrote that used what is probably Scoob’s most famous catch phrase.

Huffman was among 48 individuals charged on Tuesday with committing fraud to get their children into top universities, including fixing SAT results by arranging a test proctor who would change incorrect answers, according to charging documents. She was arrested Tuesday morning and her bail was set at $250,000. Huffman has not responded to a request for comment from TheWrap, and she has not commented publicly on the matter.

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But included in the evidence prosecutors released to the public on Tuesday was an email, which prosecutors say was written by Huffman, in which she said “Ruh Roh. Looks like [my daughter’s high school] wants to provide own proctor.”

“Make no mistake, the parents in these cases were very aware of what they were doing,” said Meyers. Describing the email, Meyers continued: “She literally sat down at a computer and typed the words ‘ruh roh.’ Making this the rare case where Scooby-Doo was the criminal.”

There’s lots more. Watch the whole clip above.

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Seth Meyers and ‘Barefoot Contessa’ Ina Garten Get Very Day Drunk – Like, VERY Day Drunk (Video)

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“Late Night With Seth Meyers” took a day trip Wednesday night, which featured the drunk adventures of host Seth Meyers and his friend Ina Garten aka “The Barefoot Contessa.”

Meyers took the Food Network star and famous Hamptons resident to the Corner Bistro in Manhattan to spend an afternoon sipping cocktails. OK, more than just sipping. They even concocted a few of their own — though Ina’s turned out much prettier (and probably tastier) than Seth’s.

When they weren’t drinking, which is really what they do throughout the majority of the nearly 10-minute segment, they were taste testing fast food sauces vs. Garten’s own gourmet recipes, challenging her ability to match bare feet to the celebrities they belong to (honestly, it’s weirdly impressive), and doing “chef-pressions” of her famous co-workers like Gordon Ramsay and Emeril Lagasse.

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Garten couldn’t stop herself from mentioning her husband, Jeffrey Garten — who has become a meme because of the extent to which she tells “Barefoot Contessa” viewers stories about him. “Can we not talk about Jeffrey???” Meyers shouted at her, jokingly. “Oh my God! Jeffrey, Jeffrey, Jeffrey, Jeffrey.”

But they made up and Meyers even brought out a handmade bubblegum pink cake he crafted in honor of Garten’s birthday the following day, which was definitely not as gorgeous a dessert as the chef could have made herself.

Watch Seth and Ina get trashed in the clip above.

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Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Carson Daly are thankful for primetime NFL football on Thanksgiving: The three NBC late-night hosts hit 2-year ratings highs on Thanksgiving.

And Carson was an encore.

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” scored a 1.43 rating among adults under 50 on Turkey Day. “Late Night With Seth Meyers” had a 0.72, marking the best-rated episodes of both shows since their respective 2016 installments, not including a special post-Super Bowl episode of “The Tonight Show” earlier this year.

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In terms of total audience, Thursday’s “Tonight Show,” which began at 12:04 a.m. ET, averaged 4.659 million viewers, making it the late-night staple’s most-watched episode since the February installment following the Winter Olympics opening ceremony.

Meyers was watched by 2.411 million total viewers, his most-watched episode since 2015.

The post-football bump was also enough to lift “Last Call with Carson Daly” to its best showing since Thanksgiving 2016 even without an original episode. Daly’s 2:08 a.m. ET repeat earned a 0.48 rating and 1.451 million viewers.

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Seth Meyers: The Answer to ‘Is Trump Lying or Is He Stupid’ Is Both (Video)

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On Thursday’s episode of “Late Night,” host Seth Meyers chucked a couple jokes at Donald Trump for his weird, “low energy” attempt at being nice at his rally on Wednesday before moving onto a bigger issue: how Trump and other Republicans are trying to swing the midterms by making categorically untruthful claims about tax cuts and health care.

“If there’s one refrain you hear more than any other at these rallies, it’s [Trump’s] false claim that he’s accomplished more than any president in history,” Meyers said. “But, tellingly, Republicans are not talking about any of those supposed accomplishments. Just take their signature piece of legislation, the massive tax cut they gave to corporations and the wealthy. That tax cut is so unpopular that rather than just campaign on it, Trump is just making up a completely new tax cut specifically for the middle class that he claims Republicans are about to pass.”

“Late Night” then played a couple clips of Trump talking about this alleged tax cut bill, in an interview and at a rally.

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“So Trump says Republicans are gonna introduce a major middle class tax cut prior to November, which sounds great except for the fact Congress is out of session until after the November 6 midterm elections,” Meyers continued. “So there are two possibilities here. Either Trump is lying, or he doesn’t know how Congress works. And honestly, it’s probably both. If you’re ever asking yourself: Is Trump lying or is he stupid, the answer is most likely C. All of the above.

“And yet Trump keeps repeating this obvious fabrication hoping voters will hear it and think Republicans are actually going to cut their taxes. In fact, here’s an exchange Trump had with reporters this week where they tried to explain to him that what he was saying made no sense. I’m gonna read the transcript for you.”

Here’s said transcript:

Reporter: “You said that you wanted tax cuts by November 1st. Congress isn’t even in session. How is that possible?”

Trump: “No, we’re going to be passing — no, no. We’re putting in a resolution sometime in the next week, or week and a half, two weeks.”

Reporter: “A resolution where?”

Trump: “We’re going to put in — we’re giving a middle-income tax reduction of about 10 percent.”

Reporter: “Are you signing an executive order for that?”

Trump: “No. No. No. I’m going through Congress.”

Reporter: “But Congress isn’t in session though.”

Trump: “We won’t have time to do the vote. We’ll do the vote later.”

Reporter: “Congress is out.”

Trump: “We’ll do the vote after the election.”

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Meyers sounded increasingly incredulous as he read it, and then summed up the entire interaction with a pair of solid zingers:

“It’s like an Abbott & Costello routine where Trump is Abbott and Costello. And the theater has a gas leak,” Meyers joked. “That transcript is like listening to your grandpa talk to the cable guy.”

You can watch all of the “A Closer Look” segment from Thursday’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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Seth Meyers Rips Kavanaugh’s Virgin Defense: ‘You Are Being Accused of Sexual Assault, Not Sexual Intercourse’ (Video)

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The Brett Kavanaugh situation doesn’t look like it’s going away any time soon, as it looks like the battle over his nomination by Donald Trump to the Supreme Court is really just getting started in earnest. And that story took a weird turn when Kavanaugh went on Fox News Monday and claimed that accusations of sexual assault were false because he was a virgin during those years — an idea that Seth Meyers mocked pretty hard on “Late Night” Tuesday.

“Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his wife sat down last night for an interview on Fox News, during which he claimed that he was a virgin in high school and for many years after. This brings us to a segment called Couple Things,” Meyers said to set up the segment after his monologue.

“First thing: it does not matter if you are a virgin. You are being accused of sexual assault, not sexual intercourse. Those things have nothing to do with each other. It’s the same as saying ‘I couldn’t have robbed that bank, I’m a virgin.’ “

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Then Meyers delivered the most devastating burn related to this specific point.

“Devoting yourself to celibacy doesn’t mean you can’t be a sexual assaulter. Just ask thousands of priests. Ask ‘em. Go ahead and ask ‘em,” Meyers sad to an uproarious response from the studio audience. “Also, stop saying that you are friends with women. That’s not a defense. Just because you’re friends with one woman doesn’t mean you haven’t been awful to another. That’s like saying you’re a vegetarian because you didn’t eat your dog.”

At this point, Meyers was just getting started, with three more “things” to discuss in the rapid-fire two-and-a-half minute segment.

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“Second thing: can we please dispense with the ritual of making your wife sit next to you while you deny sexual assault allegations? It’s a horrible thing to do to a woman while you’re trying to prove you don’t do horrible things to women,” Meyers said. “I’m sure when she said, ‘we should go out more,’ this isn’t what she had in mind. Look at her.

“That’s the face of someone thinking about the guy she dated right before she met you and wondering if she still has his number.”

Meyers then took aim at the irony of being a man speaking on Fox News about not committing sexual assaults.

“Third thing: if you’re trying to distance yourself from sexual assault, maybe Fox News isn’t the place to hang out,” Meyers said. “Usually when they interview someone accused of sexual assault, it’s for a job. Shout out, Bill O’Reilly. Going to fox news to prove you’re not a pervert is like doing the word search to prove you’re smart.”

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And, lastly, Meyers went in on the idea that Kavanaugh could speak authoritatively about not forgetting things.

“Final thing: you said there was never a night when you drank so much you didn’t remember it, but how could you remember that you didn’t forget? That’s the whole point of forgetting,” Meyers said. “That’d be like saying you don’t remember being born, so it didn’t happen. Which at this point I bet you wish you hadn’t been because an FBI investigation may suddenly make you remember what you said you forgot.”

You can watch this entire segment from Tuesday’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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Seth Meyers Doesn’t Have High Hopes For How Our ‘Callous, Incompetent Moron’ President Will Handle Hurricane Florence (Video)

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With Hurricane Florence bearing down on the East Coast, Seth Meyers spent his “A Closer Look” segment on “Late Night” Wednesday night trashing Donald Trump for just how badly he’s probably about to respond to this natural disaster.

“With a massive hurricane bearing down on millions of people, it’s as important as ever to have a competent government. And yet we have a president who is not only dangerously incompetent but proud of his incompetence,” Meyers said near the beginning of the segment, after making fun of Trump for his comment about how Hurricane Florence is “tremendously big and tremendously wet.”

“Yesterday, for example, he called his response to the hurricane in Puerto Rico an unsung success. And today, doubled down on that.”

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Meyers was in particular referring to a particularly rough Trump tweet on Wendesday in which he said: “We got A Pluses for our recent hurricane work in Texas and Florida (And did an unappreciated great job in Puerto Rico even though an inaccessible island with very poor electricity and a totally competent Mayor of San Juan). We are ready for the big one that is coming!”

“First of all, Puerto Rico is not an inaccessible island. They have a Ritz Carlton, and JetBlue has a flight there every half hour,” Meyers said. “You’re talking about it like it’s Skull Island. ‘It’s impossible to help them because their electric grid is constantly being torn up by Kong.’

“Second, it’s not reassuring when the president talks about a potentially devastating storm like he’s Fred Sanford.”

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Meyers is of course referring to Red Foxx’s sitcom character on “Sanford and Sons” whose shtick was pretending to have a heart attack when things didn’t go his way. “Late Night” demonstrated the comparison with a clip from the show in which Sanford described the fake heart attack he was having like so: “Oh, it’s the worst one. This is the big one.”

“Seriously,” Meyers continued. “You’re calling a humanitarian disaster that left thousands of American citizens dead an ‘unappreciated success,’ while attacking the people who do something about it. Not only is our president a callous, incompetent moron, he’s also an ass. An ass that’s — “

Meyers trailed off, with “Late Night” finishing his sentence with the clip of Trump calling the hurricane “tremendously big and tremendously wet.”

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Last week was so eventful that all of us, including late night hosts, are still dealing with the fallout — that anonymous New York Times editorial is still making waves, as are the crazy stories in Bob Woodward’s book about the madness inside the Trump administration. And Donald Trump and friends haven’t managed to conjure up any bigger scandals to steal the limelight just yet. And so on Monday night, Seth Meyers devoted a new edition of “A Closer Look” to the new developments related to those stories that continue to dominate the news cycles.

“One of the weirdest aspects of having Donald Trump as president is the fact that every few months or so, people working at the highest levels of government have to put down everything they’re doing and hunt for the anonymous mole who just called the president a brain dead moron,” Meyers said to begin the segment. “Same thing over and over. Someone calls the president an idiot, or they call him a fifth grader, or they leak a transcript of him telling the president of Mexico he wants a pinata at for his birthday. And then serious government officials and four-star generals have to issue so many denials, they start to sound like Shaggy.”

Then “Late Night” played a very brief clip from the Shaggy video for his hit “It Wasn’t Me,’ in which he sings, “It wasn’t me.”

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“And sure enough, the government is once again grinding to a halt as the president demands that the attorney general use actual law enforcement resources to investigate who wrote last week’s anonymous op-ed in The New York Times,” Meyers said, before playing a clip in which Trump himself made the case for such an investigation.

“Because I think it’s national security. I would say Jeff should be investigating who the author of that piece was,” Trump said in the clip. “Because I really believe it’s national security. We’re going to take a look at what he had, what he gave, what he’s talking about. Also where he is right now.”

And then Meyers delivered a pretty devastating, and amusing, reply.

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“He sounds like Sherlock Holmes after a concussion,” Meyers joked, before slipping into a Trump-Sherlock Holmes impression.

“My dear Watson, we’re going to find out who the suspect is, and where he is, and what he did, and who he what, and why I where.”

You can watch all of “A Closer Look” from Monday night’s episode of “Late Night With Seth Meyers” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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On a new episode of “Late Night” on Thursday, Seth Meyers had a lot to say about the topic of the week: Republicans who work in the Trump administration trying to act like they’re doing important work by trying to frustrate Donald Trump, as seen in Bob Woodward’s book “Fear” and the explosive anonymous op-ed in The New York Times on Wednesday.

In his new “A Closer Look” segment, Meyers had harsh words for those people “who have loyally served him and agree with most of his agenda trying to cast themselves as heroic saviors protecting the republic from the whims of a madman.” And Meyers also had some jokes for Donald Trump’s own response to all this stuff.

“It’s easy to talk tough, but unless you’re actually willing to resign and tell the American people everything you know, then your tough talk is worthless,’ Meyers said. “John Kelly is like a kid who tells his friends he’s going to stand up to the bully who steals his lunch money and then when lunchtime comes, tells the bully, ‘Keep shaking, there’s more in my back pocket.’ “

Meyers then went through the recording of Trump’s conversation with Woodward in which he complained about not being interviewed directly.

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“Now, Trump has denied all of this, and yesterday in the Oval Office he called Woodward’s book a work of fiction,” Meyers said. “But that’s not what he told Woodward on the phone when he called him just a few weeks ago to complain that he hadn’t been interviewed for the book. Woodward recorded the call and Trump was very complimentary.”

The first bit of the recording “Late Night” played saw Trump claim that “nobody told me about it, and I would have loved to have spoken to you. You know I’m very open to you. I think you’ve always been fair.”

“Oh my god,” Meyers came back. “How is there always a secret tape that contradicts everything Trump says? Although I guess I shouldn’t be surprised the same guy who can be tricked into not signing a piece of paper doesn’t realize everyone around him has a GoPro strapped to their heads. But, hey, in fairness to Trump, he probably didn’t know he was being recorded.”

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Then “Late Night” played audio of Woodward telling Trump he was turning on his recorder and Trump say it was fine.

“He’s like a bank robber who waves at the security camera,” Meyers joked. “The craziest part of this phone call is when Trump explains that his aides never asked him if he wanted to do an interview with Woodward because they were too afraid.”

In this part of the audio, we hear Trump say: “A lot of them are afraid to come and talk… but you never called for me. It would have been nice, Bob, if you called for me in my office. I mean, I have a secretary. I have two, three secretaries. If you would have called directly — a lot of people are afraid.”

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Then Meyers summed up to weird irony of this whole thing.

“So to recap: Trump says Bob Woodward’s book is a work of fiction because he never spoke to Woodward because his aides were too afraid to talk to him about doing an interview for Woodward’s book, which is literally called ‘Fear.’ Trump is such a bad liar, even his lies prove that he’s lying,” Meyers said a he slipped into a Trump impersonation to drive the point home.

” ‘Your book called ‘Fear’ is totally inaccurate and I would have told you that if my aides weren’t too afraid to come talk to me.’ “

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You can watch all of the “A Closer Look” segment from Thursday’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” in the video embedded at the top of this post.

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