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In his ‘Late Night’ debut, Seth Meyers is strong but plays it safe

25
Feb
2014

On March 3rd, 2009, a 34-year old Jimmy Fallon stepped out for his first show as host of NBCs Late Night, taking over for Conan OBrien. Fallon, visibly nervous, paced left and right as he ran through a few jokes about Rush Limbaugh and New York weather, eventually jumping into the very first Slow Jam the News with Tariq Trotter (aka Black Thought) of The Roots. In his first show, Meyers, a 13-year veteran of Saturday Night Live and co-host of Weekend Update, plays to his strengths of deadpan one-liners, his eyes focused intently to the camera and his feet planted firmly in place. Unsurprisingly, the monologue feels like a five-minute version of Weekend Update. (One example joke: A hunter in Tampa confused a man practicing turkey calls for a deer on Sunday and shot him twice in the arm.

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