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Seth Mey­ers


David Let­ter­man

The Tony Awards were an­nounced. Nom­i­nees in­cluded “You Can’t Take It With You,” “The King and I,” and “On the Town.” I’m telling you, it’s been a great year for Broad­way. Un­for­tu­nately, the year is 1944.

Once again, “The Late Show” was nom­i­nated for a Tony Award. Yes, in the cat­e­gory “Big­gest waste of a Broad­way theater.”

It’s a beau­ti­ful day in New York City. It’s sunny and 73, like me.

In Bal­ti­more to­day, the Ori­oles and the Chicago White Sox played a base­ball game. No­body was al­lowed in the ball­park. It was eerily quiet. The play­ers had to heckle them­selves.

The is­sue of gay mar­riage has reached the Supreme Court and ob­servers are an­a­lyz­ing ev­ery de­tail to pre­dict how each jus­tice will vote. Ex­perts say Chief Jus­tice John Roberts is likely to rule in fa­vor of gay mar­riage based on the fact that he spent Tues­day’s hear­ings watch­ing the Tony Award nom­i­na­tions.

Co­nan O’Brien

The big story is Bruce Jen­ner. In last week’s in­ter­view, Jen­ner said he’s a woman who is tran­si­tion­ing his body from male to fe­male, and he’s also a con­ser­va­tive Repub­li­can. Bruce said he looks for­ward to bash­ing Oba­macare as soon as he fin­ishes us­ing it.

A U.N. study claims the hap­pi­est coun­try in the world is Switzer­land. When asked why they’re so happy, Swiss peo­ple couldn’t an­swer be­cause their hands were count­ing money and their mouths were full of choco­late.

Due to civil un­rest in Bal­ti­more, to­mor­row’s game be­tween the Ori­oles and the White Sox will be played to an empty sta­dium. When asked for com­ments, play­ers on the Mil­wau­kee Brew­ers said, “You get used to it.”

To­mor­row is the start of the NFL Draft. This year it will be simul­cast on ESPN and Court TV.

Ford has re­called al­most 600,000 ve­hi­cles for steer­ing prob­lems. Own­ers are be­ing told to bring their cars in as close to the deal­er­ship as they can get it.

A new sur­vey has found that peo­ple in Ire­land tell an av­er­age of four white lies per day. And three of them are, “I’m fine to drive home.”

Hil­lary Clin­ton has tem­po­rar­ily changed her cam­paign logo to rain­bow colors in sup­port of mar­riage equal­ity. Of course, her idea of mar­riage equal­ity is both of you should get to be pres­i­dent.

Star­bucks has a new S’mores Frap­puc­cino, which be­came avail­able to­day. It’s per­fect for those peo­ple look­ing to gain s’more weight.

It was such a nice day to­day that Pres­i­dent Obama left the White House and went for a walk around the neigh­bor­hood. Even more amaz­ing, THIS is the first the Se­cret Ser­vice is hear­ing about it.

Jimmy Fal­lon

The royal baby is ex­pected to ar­rive some­time this week­end, and some peo­ple are ac­tu­ally camp­ing out­side the hos­pi­tal in hopes of see­ing it. So if you want to be the first to find out what the royal baby looks like, just look at a photo of any baby.

Miami Dol­phins line­man A.J. Fran­cis just tweeted that he has signed up to be an Uber driver dur­ing the off­sea­son. But since he’s with the Dol­phins he can only drive 15 yards be­fore he has to punt.

In a two-hour in­ter­view last Fri­day, Bruce Jen­ner told ABC’s Diane Sawyer, “For all in­tents and pur­poses, I’m a woman.” At which point, Joe Bi­den ran in and started giv­ing Bruce a shoul­der rub.

Many be­lieve that Hil­lary Clin­ton was chan­nel­ing Pres­i­dent Obama dur­ing her re­cent speech in New York City. She fo­cused on equal­ity, jus­tice, and how hard it was for her grow­ing up as a young black man in Hawaii.

Hil­lary Clin­ton wrote an Op-Ed for a pa­per in Iowa about her plans to help the mid­dle class. Mid­dle-class Amer­i­cans said, “Why didn’t you just say that in a speech?” and she said, “Be­cause I charge $200,000 for a speech.”

Black­Berry is be­ing crit­i­cized af­ter it mis­spelled the word “won” in an ad cel­e­brat­ing a de­sign award. In­stead of w-o-n they put o-n-e. Black­Berry apol­o­gized for the spell­ing mis­take and promised the per­son re­spon­si­ble has been fried.

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