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Fred Armisen Transforms into a Philosophical American Architect on 'Late Night'

Fred Armisen's ongoing remote "FredEx" segment continued last night, and this time he used the props to turn himself into an "American building designer" who not only questions the existence of angels, but the existence of existence itself.

Fred Armisen Plays a Peruvian Beatles Cover Band Member from Portland on 'Late Night'

Now that Fred Armisen is in Portland working on the next season of Portlandia, Seth Meyers and Late Night figured out a way to keep him on the show in New York by premiering their new segment "FredEx," in which they send Armisen a FedEx package with all the supplies he'll need to create an original character on the spot. Here he's a friendly Peruvian Beatles cover band player with a corn cob pipe talking about global warming.

Seth Meyers Asks David Wain About the 'Wet Hot American Summer' Prequel

Here's a clip from David Wain's visit to last night's Late Night, in which he talks a little about They Came Together before Meyers asks him about the in-the-works Wet Hot American Summer prequel. Click through for another clip from the interview where Wain talks about some of his very first jobs and bonds with Meyers over their shared love of video games.

Chris Rock Announces 'Black Plague' Standup Tour This Fall on 'The Tonight Show'

Chris Rock paid a visit to The Tonight Show last night, where he officially announced that he's set to embark on his first standup tour in six years called The Black Plague Tour, a name apparently suggested to him by Kanye West. Click through to see Rock's other late night NBC stop last night, in which he crashes Seth Meyers's Late Night monologue and does a lot of silly dancing.

Seth Meyers Attempts to Have Some Quiet Time on 'Late Night'

During last night's Late Night, Meyers tried to recharge with a nice and relaxing quiet moment, only to learn fairly quickly that dead in the middle of his own talk show is probably not the best place for me time.

Marc Maron Trips on 'Late Night' and Talks About His Anger Issues

On last night's Late Night, guest Marc Maron tripped over a step during his entrance, but instead of getting too enraged, he used it as an opportunity to explain some of his anger issues to Meyers. Click through for the second part of the interview.

Jenny Slate Tells Seth Meyers About Her College Stoner Days

On last night's Late Night, guest Jenny Slate told an adorable story about her days as a weed-loving Columbia student who confused astronomy with astrology. Click through for another clip from the interview, in which Slate tells Meyers about getting the prom picture she always wanted a little late in life.

Wanda Sykes and Seth Meyers Talk This Year's Invite-Only 'Last Comic Standing'

Comedian and producer of this year's revamped Last Comic Standing Wanda Sykes paid a visit to the Late Night desk last night, and she did a pretty great job explaining why the show is invite-only and does not use a viewer voting system like some other shows: "I don't trust America…America's gonna screw it up!"

John Oliver and Seth Meyers Chat About Their New Jobs on 'Late Night'

Here's a clip from John Oliver's visit to the Late Night desk last night, where he and Meyers talked about swapping their daily/weekly-style jobs, why Last Week Tonight is "the chewing gum of television," and the time his Net Neutrality segment may have crashed the FCC's website.

Seth Reiss Screws Up "The Greatest Sketch Ever" on 'Late Night'

On last night's Late Night, Seth Meyers and his writers attempted to put on "The Greatest Sketch Ever," which ended up not exactly working out as planned largely thanks to writer Seth Reiss.

Kate McKinnon Goes on 'Late Night' to Announce Her Love and Respect for Cats

The lovely and Emmy-nominated Kate McKinnon was a guest on last night's Late Night, where she took the time to clear up some rumors about her cat shelter SNL sketch with Charlize Theron. She also explains how she develops her characters, the reason behind one of her recent photo bombs, and her habit of seeing people carry antique sewing machines through airport security.

John Lutz Plays a Super Annoying Yogurt-Eating 'Late Night' Fan

Seth Meyers recently had a run-in with a big Late Night fan who wasn't exactly Timmy-level adorable. Unfortunately the meeting takes place on the longest escalator in New York, and the fan has plenty of expired yogurt in case he gets hungry halfway uphill.

Lorne Michaels Confirms "There Will Be Changes This Year" on 'SNL'

Ahead of the landmark 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Live this fall, Deadline recently spoke with Lorne Michaels about the past season on the show as well as whether or not there will be cast changes before the start of season 40. Here are some of Michaels's thoughts on the latest SNL season:

We lost four leading men at the end of last season, Fred and Bill and Andy and Jason, all of whom were very seasoned, very strong cast. We lost Kristen the year before. All have been here a long time, and you get used to how good people are. Losing the fifth leading man in [...]

Fred Armisen Explores Some New York City Statues in "My New York with Tom Jankeloff"

Late Night debuted a new recurring segment last night called "My New York with Tom Jankeloff," in which Fred Armisen plays an amateur New York historian who gives a quick tour of some NYC statues and is most likely related to the representative for "The College of Excellence" from SNL.