Seth Meyers Plans Extended Episode to Cover Mueller Report
Calling Seth Meyers funny is like saying the douchetastic chubster Michael Moore has the body of a Greek god. It makes zero sense. If you're needing proof, look no further than Meyer's plans for his show this Thursday. Hint: It revolves around a certain orange man being bad.
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"Late Night with Seth Meyers" will run for an additional half hour on Thursday to allow time for a deep dive into special counsel Robert Mueller's report. NBC announced Monday that the episode will be expanded from 60 minutes to 90 minutes "to give context to the redacted version of the Mueller report becoming public earlier in the day."
Host Seth Meyers, a staunch critic of President Trump, will also interview South Bend, Ind., mayor and 2020 presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg (D) during the late-night program.
Stick a fork in late night comedy folks. 'Tis on its last legs.
Yeah, nothing screams "prime comedic material" quite like delving into an FBI report. In order to discredit a sitting president. This is why we seek out late night "comedy." For the sharp political commentary. The chuckles are at the bottom of our list of priorities.
Late night douchelords like Seth Meyers are little more than cheerleaders for the left. They repeat the same boring lefty platitudes with the occasional punchline and expect us to accept it as comedy. Except, that's not gonna happen at all.
Late night comedy is a dying art. All we have now are lefty hacks being lefty hacks. Guys like Stephen Colbert are pretty much indistinguishable from an MSNBC douche-a-saurus. Save for the laugh track shoehorned in at the end of their talking points. Johnny Carson must be rolling in his grave.
Speaking of comedy: