‘Late Night Casserole’ Is the Most Gleefully Bizarre 12 Minutes of TV You’ll See This Week – Watch

‘Late Night Casserole’ Is the Most Gleefully Bizarre 12 Minutes of TV You’ll See This Week – Watch
Political monologues, celebrity interviews, and engineered viral bits may be the preferred late night currency these days. But every few months, something so delightfully weird happens in the wee hours of the broadcast schedule that it feels worthy of celebrating.

The latest in a distinct “Late Night with Seth Meyers” tradition of all-encompassing, chaos-embracing segments is “Late Night Casserole,” a collection of jokes and premises that might not necessarily work if presented on their own. But when smushed together over the span of a dozen minutes of insanity, it’s one of the best examples of what can happen when a late night show removes all its restraints.

“Late Night Casserole” is a spiritual sibling of “Joke Bucket,” whose praises we’ve sung in the past. One thing that connects the two is Meyers’ demeanor, the preemptory, apologetic nature of the way he introduces each successive part of the whole thing.
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