Seth Meyers returned to decoding spoof teen slang terms on Tuesday’s broadcast of “Late Night” from his home.
In the latest installment of the semi-regular feature, Meyers untangled coronavirus quarantine-related sayings ― revealing what “corona bae,” “twerk from home” and “zoom room” mean in the current climate.
He also explained what “Fauci” ― in reference to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases ― has come to denote, with a not-so-subtle swipe at President Donald Trump.
Check out the clip above and Meyers’ monologue below:
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