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Home Delivery
April 10, 2018  | By Eric Gould
 
Seth Meyers' monologs are always good, but last night’s Late Night opening (Monday, April 9) was hard to beat. Meyers' wife, Alexi, seems to have quite the habit of short labor, delivering their first son Ashe so quickly two years ago, they feared he would be born in the Uber, just making it to the hospital with 20 minutes to spare. Turns out, as Meyers says, that was more than normal, since new son Axel couldn’t wait for his Uber to leave, and was born in Meyer’s apartment building lobby. It’s a dramatic story made all the more charming with Meyers comic and emotional retelling. He joked, "I looked at my wife, and the only way I could describe the way my wife looked was she looked like someone who was hiding a baby in a pair of sweatpants." –Eric Gould

 
 
 
 
 
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