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Seth Meyers noted on Wednesday’s “Late Night” that the president’s approval rating remained low, citing a recent poll finding that a majority of Americans support stay-at-home orders and distrust the Trump administration’s handling of the country during the pandemic.
“Wow, that is shocking. I mean, how could you not trust the guy who said heat would kill the coronavirus, that cases would go down to zero, that it will go away in April, that a vaccine would come out soon, that hydroxychloroquine could be a gift from heaven, and that it could be cured by eating Lysol wipes out of a salad bowl with a fork and a knife?” — SETH MEYERS
“There’s a fine dining establishment in Virginia, a very fancy restaurant called The Inn at Little Washington that has a plan for reopening. You know, social distancing will probably mean a lot of empty tables, which isn’t great ambience wise, so the owner of this restaurant is putting mannequins in the empty seats to make it feel full. For real — it’s like a whole restaurant full of Jared Kushners.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“The chef at the restaurant said, ‘I’ve always had a thing for mannequins.’ Really? We never would have guessed that.” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“So, finally, if you live in the area, you can enjoy a three-star Michelin meal in the storage room at ‘Westworld.’” — JIMMY KIMMEL
“If eating in a half empty restaurant makes you uncomfortable, now you have the option of eating in the final scene of a horror movie, much more relaxing. Also, how bad would you feel if you’re eating alone and then you look over and you see that even the guy made out of plastic was able to get a date?” — TREVOR NOAH
The Bits Worth Watching
“The Daily Social Distancing Show” investigated how the lockdown is affecting the illegal drug trade.
What We’re Excited About on Thursday Night
Amy Schumer will virtually pop by “Late Night With Seth Meyers” on Thursday night.
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