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Michael Che and Seth Meyers Talk 'Daily Show,' 'SNL,' and 'Spaceballs'

SNL writer-turned-Daily Show correspondent-turned Weekend Update co-anchor Michael Che was a guest on last night's Late Night, where he and Meyers talked about his summer job on The Daily Show, getting hired at SNL, and Che's favorite sketch that he wrote "12 Days Not a Slave." Click through to watch Che tell Meyers about some of the advice given to him by SNL alums Colin Quinn and Tracy Morgan as well as his thoughts on Star Wars: "To me, it's just an unfunny Spaceballs."

Tina Fey Got Alec Baldwin Masks for Her Daughter's Birthday Party

Here's a clip from Tina Fey's visit to the Late Night desk last night, in which she tells Meyers about her older daughter's recent surprise Lemony Snicket-themed birthday party that accidentally resulted in a bunch of little girls wearing Alec Baldwin masks. Click through for some more clips from Fey's interview where she talks about Canadian fans, filming The Nest in Long Island with Amy Poehler, and working with Timothy Olyphant.

Hannibal Buress and Seth Meyers Talk About Custom Jumpsuits and His 'SNL' Sketch "Fedora Basketball"

Standup and former SNL writer Hannibal Buress was a guest on last night's Late Night, where he explained to Meyers why he bought a custom-made jumpsuit with his face printed on it, the time he video bombed Jason Segel, and an SNL sketch he wrote called "Fedora Basketball" that might make a great candidate for Late Night's "Second Chance Theatre" segment.

Watch Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien, and Seth Meyers Pay Tribute to Robin Williams

Here's a clip from last night's Tonight Show, in which Jimmy Fallon takes a few minutes to remember the great Robin Williams and do a quick impersonation of his hero. Click through to watch Conan O'Brien and Seth Meyers both take time out of their late night shows to salute Williams.

Balancing Standup and Writing for 'Late Night' with Michelle Wolf

Not many comics would close their New Faces Showcase at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival with a three-minute joke tying together men’s masturbation habits and JFK’s assassination. That one’s got a high degree of difficulty.

Michelle Wolf made it look easy.

Wolf, 29, was among the standouts last month at Just For Laughs, the comedy industry’s premiere festival. The NYC-based comic, who’s also a writer/performer on Late Night with Seth Meyers, even earned herself a slot performing in front of 3,000 people for Seth Rogen’s televised gala. Not bad for someone who’s less than 4 years into stand-up.

I had the opportunity to chat with Wolf after her [...]

Andy Samberg Tells Seth Meyers About His Never Aired 'SNL' Characters

Here's a clip from Andy Samberg's visit to the Late Night desk last night, where he and Meyers talk about the new season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine as well as two of Samberg's SNL characters named Gerald and Gerard who never made it past the read-through table. Watch more from the interview below:

Craig Ferguson Gives Seth Meyers Some Late Night Hosting Advice

Outgoing CBS late night host Craig Ferguson was a guest on last night's Late Night and offered up some priceless talk show hosting advice in the process: Stay with it, dance for nickels, and accept the certainty that you're going to go crazy. Watch another clip from the interview below:

'SNL' Writer Leslie Jones Urges Women to Take the Crazy Back on 'Late Night'

SNL writer Leslie Jones, who won all our hearts on Weekend Update back in May with the eternal question "Can a bitch get a beef bowl?", did standup on last night's Late Night. Jones covers booty calls, why texting makes women crazier than they already are, and why women shouldn't be ashamed of the fact that they're crazy in the first place.

Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome Chat with Seth Meyers

The minds behind Garfunkel and Oates paid a visit to the Late Night desk last night, where they chatted with Meyers about first meeting each other when they were both on a bad date, the deal they struck with John Oates to use his name, and how Micucci didn't start swearing until she started singing with Lindhome. Click through to watch them play "Pregnant Women Are Smug."

Neal Brennan Shares an Update from Tracy Morgan on 'Late Night'

Back in early June, former SNL and 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan was a victim of a car crash in New Jersey, and on last night's Late Night, Neal Brennan shared some news from a recent phone call with Morgan, which proves that while Tracy still has a long road to physical recovery, his sense of humor has gone completely unharmed. Click through for another clip from Brennan's interview.

Ana Gasteyer Issues a Public Apology to Martha Stewart on 'Late Night'

It took some time, but on last night's Late Night, Ana Gasteyer finally mustered the courage to apologize to Martha Stewart for the many times she's mocked and impersonated her on SNL and beyond. It's an honest and detailed apology, so hopefully Martha can find it in her heart to forgive.

Bill Hader and Seth Meyers Look Back on Their 'SNL' Days

Bill Hader finally visited the Late Night desk last night, where he and Meyers looked back on their years working together at SNL, one of Hader's impressions that never made it on the show, and the origins of his beloved Weekend Update regular Stefon. Check out more clips from the interview below:

Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers Talk Captain America, 'Lord of the Rings,' and Second City

Here's a clip from last night's Late Night, in which guest Stephen Colbert tells Seth all about how Colbert the character got the Captain America shield he keeps on set at The Colbert Report. Click through to watch Colbert own his status as the ultimate Lord of the Rings The Fan and also talk with Meyers about the recently unearthed clip of him singing at Second City in 1993.

Grown-Up Annie Pays Seth Meyers a Visit on 'Late Night'

Late Night writer Michelle Wolf made an appearance as the show's favorite orphan Grown-Up Annie last night, and as usual, things aren't going very well for her. Either way she's got a great attitude about life, many ways to self-medicate, and her very own strip club, so hopefully she'll catch a break from her bad luck any day now.