Seth Meyers held a “Shock Inspection!” of his writers’ rejected jokes on “Late Evening” Tuesday, and a few had been really groan-worthy — just like the wandering goats about whom Meyers was speculated to crack (however fortunately didn’t): “I’d inform you what the goats mentioned after they had been arrested however we’d must bleat it out.” (Watch the video beneath.)
Meyers finally highlighted his “worst offender,” Mike Scollins, a punchline artist who writes jokes which are both “monologue-worthy or absolute surprising rubbish,” based on the host.
However Scollins’ unaired work that Meyers revealed ― about dolphins, McDonald’s, Dr. Seuss and Michael Jackson ― proved to be darkly hilarious, although typically tasteless. Even the boss conceded that one among them ought to have been included in a monologue.
Quick-forward to the “worst offender” phase at 5:00: