Late Night With Seth Meyers

June 2020

Season 7, Episode 122

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Rachel McAdams talks about exploring the world of Eurovision for Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga with Will Ferrell.

Season 7, Episode 119

3.0 1 x
Mike O'Brien shares the backstory of the SNL unicorn sketch Betty White rejected and discusses the sketch about Stephen Hawking he and John Mulaney wrote that bombed at rehearsal.

Season 7, Episode 118

4.0 1 x
Seth takes a closer look at Trump’s ex-national security adviser trying to cash in with a tell-all book after refusing to testify in Trump’s impeachment trial. Look

Season 7, Episode 117

3.0 1 x
Journalist Josie Duffy Rice shares her appreciation for people taking the time to educate themselves during the fight for racial equality and says that she will not be wasting her time on "All Lives Matter" posts.

Season 7, Episode 116

4.0 1 x
Senator Bernie Sanders addresses billionaires adding to their wealth while others are living paycheck to paycheck in the United States and shares why he wants Joe Biden to be elected as president.

Season 7, Episode 115

3.0 1 x
Pete Davidson talks about what it was like to work with Action Bronson on The King of Staten Island and reveals how his SNL song "Stuck in the House" with Adam Sandler came to fruition.

Season 7, Episode 113

4.0 1 x
Michael Moore talks about the surge in protests against police brutality, explains defunding the police and discusses the importance of the video recording showing the murder of George Floyd.

Season 7, Episode 111

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Nicole Byer talks about her involvement in protests against police violence, helping parents explain racism to their children and her book, #VERYFAT #VERYBRAVE.

Season 7, Episode 110

3.0 3 x
Taika Waititi reveals why he chose James and the Giant Peach for his YouTube readings with various celebrities and talks about his screenwriting process for Jojo Rabbit and how it differed from his other films.

Season 7, Episode 108

3.0 1 x
Leslie Jones talks with Seth about the protests going on across the United States and shares what Americans can do to actually create change.