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WATCH: New Yorker Cartoons Reenacted by Actors

On Late Night with Seth Meyers

Last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers, New Yorker editor David Remnick watched actors stage cartoons from the magazine. As you might expect, they are very short, as each cartoon is only a sentence long anyway. And some of them are just funnier in print. Our favorite: the actor dressed like Waldo who complains, “No one ever asks ‘HOW’S WALDO?'”

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