"There’s no reason, ever, for a pedestrian to stop at a light," he told Time Out.
“Late Night with Seth Meyers” is home to A-list celebrity guests, memorable comedy and topical monologue jokes.
Meyers created the famed phrase uttered by Fey's Palin, "I can see Russia from my house." During their time as hosts on Weekend Update, Meyers and Poehler had a popular recurring bit, "Really!?!
with Seth and Amy." Both hosts would take turns mocking people in the news, ending each point with a heavily sarcastic "Really!?!
The star-studded guest list included Seth's former Saturday Night Live co-star Jason Sudeikis and his fiancée Olivia Wilde; Kristen Wiig, Rose Bryne, Jake Gyllenhaal and his model girlfriend Alyssa Miller, Girls actress Allison Williams and 30 Rock's Jack Mc Brayer.'I tied [the ring] in a bow around our dog's collar,' Seth recently told People, adding that Alexi came home later than expected.
is an American comedian, political commentator, and television host.
He also makes a cameo in the 2008 film Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist as a drunk man who mistakes the main character's Yugo for a taxi.His recurring characters included Zach Ricky, host of the kids' hidden camera show "Pranksters"; Nerod, the receptionist in the recurring sketch "Appalachian Emergency Room"; David Zinger, a scientist who often insults his fellow workers; DJ Johnathan Feinstein, the DJ on the webcam show "Jarett's Room"; Dan Needler, half of a married couple "that should be divorced," (opposite Amy Poehler); William Fitzpatrick, from the Irish talk show "Top o' the Morning," and Boston Powers (one of the comedians in the "Original Kings of Catchphrase Comedy" series).In the season 29 episode hosted by Lindsay Lohan, he portrayed Ron Weasley in a parody of Harry Potter.He starred in the 2004 comedy See This Movie with John Cho.In July 2008, Meyers directed the web series The Line on Crackle.