With only a few months of Late Night hosting under his belt, Seth Meyers is already changing the show into something he can experiment with. It is very different from that of Fallon's in a way that may seem pretentious. Meyers brings back The New Yorker's editor-in-chief David Remnick to put on a play-like version of the paper's popular comics. This may come off as dry to most but it's funnier when Remnick himself explains the jokes with his deadpan descriptions.
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