Twitter users are being relatively positive about Seth Meyers's first episode of "Late Night," where he paid homage to his predecessor, Jimmy Fallon, with a thank you note (above).
From what we're seeing of the Amy Poehler-and-Joe Biden featured show, the general social population liked it, or think there's enough room for improvement that they'll give it another chance -- if they can get over seeing his feet under his desk.
Meyers welcomes Kanye West and Superbowl-winning Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to the show tonight. We're a little excited for the Kanye portion, especially if the interview is anything like the one he gave Jimmy Kimmel in October.
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