- Who's a bad dog? April 30
You might look at these adorable puppies and think "who's a good boy," but Seth Meyers knows better. On Tuesday night's Late Night, Meyers took the curious internet phenomenon of dog-shaming — posting a photo of a dog in flagrante delicto, next to a sign explaining what it was caught doing — and took it to its logical extreme. There's an obligatory Donald Sterling reference, and even a photo (and self-promoting dog-shaming) of Meyers' own pooch, Frisbee. --Peter Weber
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