Seth Meyers Opening Remarks 66th Primetime Emmy's

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Seth Meyers is known for his role on SNL and just like his hilarious performance on the show he graces the 66th Primetime Emmy with the same humor as the host.

Meyers starts out by taking jabs at the 2014 MTV VMA's poking fun at the fact that they hold an award show for something their no longer show. The fans seemed to love the humor especially when he mentioned the comedy/drama/miniseries categorization.

He also said that jokes are like nominees they can't all be winners to which he received many applause.

Meyers said that he was also nominated for being part of the writing team for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. His wise cracks at the networks and jabs at all of the shows that are in their final season brought everything full circle making his monologue a very enjoyable and not too over the top viewing experience.

He also says that cable is looking at Netflix the way Justin Bieber looks at One Direction, one of the funnier lines in the opening.

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