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Fred Armisen Announces the Charlie Chaplin Photo Awareness Festival on 'Late Night'

During last night's Late Night, Seth Meyers checked in with band leader Fred Armisen to ask about his latest project "Charlie Fest," an all-day music festival that hopes to raise awareness of pictures of Charlie Chaplin, particularly for younger people who might not be aware that there are Chaplin photos out there. It's tough work, but Armisen seems up to the task.

Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph Developed a New Way to Stay Warm This Winter

Yesterday was one of the coldest days in New York this winter, but luckily during last night's Late Night, Fred Armisen and special 8G Band guest Maya Rudolph offered up their groundbreaking new way to stay warm when it's cold. Discovering this method involved lots of work and extensive research with Canadian engineers, so you can rest assured knowing that it's Canada-approved.

Seth and His Family Play a Game of "How Well Do You Know Your Meyers?"

Seth Meyers found the perfect way to combine Thanksgiving and Late Night last week by inviting his family on his show as guests, and part of the episode included the above quiz game "How Well Do You Know Your Meyers?" The quiz covers tons of Meyers family facts, including Seth's dad's obsession with Shameless, his brother's botched football career, the many Meyers dogs named Albert, and much more.

Jack McBrayer and Seth Meyers Talk Chicago Improv, Auditioning for 'SNL,' and More

Here's a clip from Jack McBrayer's visit to last night's Late Night, where he talked about his new Adult Swim show with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, looked back on his days improvising with Seth in Chicago, confirmed the fact that Lorne Michaels has a Kenneth the Page bobblehead doll on his desk, and remembered the day he auditioned for SNL, which happened to be the same day as Meyers. Watch more from McBrayer's interview below:

Ken Marino's Kids Have Learned His Famous Catchphrase from 'The State'

Marry Me star Ken Marino was a guest on last night's Late Night, where he admitted to teaching his five and seven-year-old children that his famous The State catchphrase is just how adults greet one another. So there you have it: Somewhere out there there's a mini Ken Marino saying "I wanna dip my balls in it" on the playground, which is the kind of enduring legacy we can all believe in.

Nick Kroll Looks Back on Some 'Kroll Show' Fan Encounters on 'Late Night'

Nick Kroll was a guest on last night's Late Night, where he chatted with Seth Meyers about his decision to end Kroll Show, what his post-Kroll Show plans are, and what it's like to meet the real Bobby Bottleservices around the country who are fans of his show.

Seth Meyers Tells the Sony Hackers to "Bring It On"

Last night, Seth Meyers took a bold stand against North Korea or whoever hacked Sony Pictures, causing them to cancel the release of The Interview. A bold stance, but seemingly not one that NBC is fully behind.

Jason Sudeikis Stars in a Cut 'SNL' Sketch for "Second Chance Theatre"

Back in March, SNL alum Jason Sudeikis told Seth Meyers all about "Juggling Flyer," one of his favorite sketches that never made it to air. It's been a long wait, but Late Night finally returned with a new installment of "Second Chance Theatre" last night, and with help from Fred Armisen, Mike O'Brien, and some Late Night writers, Sudeikis turned his long lost sketch into a reality.

Cecily Strong Tells Seth Meyers She's Haunted on 'Late Night'

Last night's Late Night included a mini Weekend Update reunion between Seth Meyers and guest Cecily Strong, who told Meyers all about her recent discovery that if she doesn't stay in the white light of God, she'll keep bringing ghosts back to her apartment. Watch more from her interview below:

Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers Talk Weekend Update and the First Time They Met on 'Late Night'

Amy Poehler visited her old friend Seth Meyers last night, and the two looked back on the week Meyers had to anchor Weekend Update solo due to Poehler's completely inconsiderate decision to give birth to her first son. Watch more from Poehler's interview — where she claims to have no memory of meeting Meyers for the first and second times — below:

Patton Oswalt Shares His "Beyond Bombing" Standup Memory on 'Late Night'

All standups have at least one memory of bombing in front of an audience, but during last night's Late Night, Patton Oswalt shared a "beyond bombing" experience he had in Roanoke, Virginia thanks to a bad stomach flu and one rowdy man in the crowd. Watch more from Oswalt's interview below:

James Corden and Seth Meyers Talk All Things Late Night

Here's a clip from James Corden's visit to last night's Late Night, where he and Meyers chat about being future late night competitors and how Meyers was the very first person to call him after the big announcement. Corden's turn at Late Late Show begins March 23rd with band leader Reggie Watts, so he still has a couple months to fix that tightness in his chest. Watch more from the interview below:

Aasif Mandvi Tells Seth Meyers How He Got Hired on 'The Daily Show'

Aasif Mandvi was a guest on last night's Late Night, where he told Seth Meyers about some of the more stereotypically Indian roles he's auditioned for (a bunch of doctors and a snake charmer) as well as what his parents thought when he was hired as Daily Show's "Senior Muslim Correspondent." Watch more from the interview below:

Simon Rich Shares His Favorite Never-Aired 'SNL' Sketch on 'Late Night'

Former SNL writer and creator of upcoming FXX show Man Seeking Woman Simon Rich was a guest on last night's Late Night, where he shared his favorite never-aired sketch written with John Mulaney and Marika Sawyer — a Baby-Sitters Club parody starring Fred Armisen as the club's newest 65-year-old Filipino member. If "Second Chance Theatre" ever returns to Late Night, this sketch should be at the top of the list for consideration.