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Seth Meyers’ Netflix special allows viewers to skip over the political jokes

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Seth Meyers has been known to mock the President when He is on his late-night show. However, if his upcoming Netflix comedy special, he gives viewers the option to skip the political rhetoric.

Fox News has confirmed that Meyers’ comedy special “Lobby’s Baby,” which will debut on Netflix on Tuesday, to see those of you who tune in to a knob as soon as the subject moves, the star’s personal life, family life in the political arena. When pressed, the button will skip to the next section, in which politics are not discussed.

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Unfortunately, for those of you who have a ‘burn-out’ of the political jabs be an invasion of their entertainment, it doesn’t look like it will be a permanent feature of the multimedia application. A Netflix insider told Fox News it was a “one-off” feature for the Meyers’ special ‘ and that was actually the comedian, the idea is to use it as a kind of fourth-wall-breaking joke.

“We are very happy that he was able to take advantage of the Netflix experience, such a fun and innovative way,” a Netflix spokesperson told Fox News.

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“Lobby’s Baby,” which is probably a reference to Meyer’s wife, on the birth of their child in the lobby of their New York City apartment building, that includes about 8 minutes of the “skippable” political jokes”. For those of you who are familiar with the former “Saturday Night Live” as well as the writer’s stand-up comedy to know that a critical Asset and plays an important role in this. Prior to the acquisition of a “Late Night” in 2014, he will host the White House Correspondents Dinner, where he was plugging it in to the Home, who was also present, and remained stone-faced throughout the entire building. (Some people think that it is a very performance-hardened strength of resolve to get to the top of the office.)

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After He was elected, in 2016, the comedian, who performed his “A closer Look” segment on the show, which will take an in-depth look at the political news of the day, and it often seems to be an unflattering light on the Trumpet, and administration.

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