Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings have flown somewhat under the radar amid headlines about President Trump’s Russia ties, his travel ban, his health care plan, and more.
Leave it to Seth Meyers, then, to step up and provide some unique insight about Judge Gorsuch. On Tuesday’s episode of Late Night, Meyers offered a humorous (that is, completely made-up) look at Gorsuch’s lesser-known employment history.
“We think to get a sense of who someone is, you need to look at their entire career,” he said.
Among Gorsuch’s purported previous jobs were “understudy for Trivago guy,” “tough-but-fair high school basketball coach who takes urban high school all the way to state championships,” “happy man in second half of a Cialis commercial,” and “man who gives out raisins at Halloween.”
Watch the video below for more of Gorsuch’s other jobs.
Late Night With Seth Meyers airs weeknights at 12:35 a.m. on NBC.