Seth Meyers Channels The 2000's During Unconventional School Drop-Off

To know comedy is to know Seth Meyers. The NBC "Late Night" host got his start in comedy as both a cast member and writer on "Saturday Night Live" in the early 2000s, making America laugh with his stint as the tongue-in-cheek anchor on "Weekend Update" until his departure in 2014 (via NBC 15). 


That same year, Meyers succeeded former "SNL" castmate and friend, Jimmy Fallon, to take over "Late Night." Since his reign on the talk show, Meyers has scored popular interviews with megastars like Rihanna, who he went day drinking with for his show, and revealed on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" that if the artist and entrepreneur is bad at one thing, it's taking pictures.

When Meyers isn't interviewing our favorite celebrities and bringing us hot takes on current events, he may be taking his young, growing family around town in New York City where he lives. While on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Meyers divulged to host Ellen DeGeneres the surprising, unusual transportation method he uses to drop off one of his two sons to school in the "Big Apple."


Seth Meyers takes his six-year-old son to school on a Razor scooter

Seth Meyers and his wife, Alexi Ashe, have three children — two boys, Ashe and Axel, and a girl, Adelaide – Us Weekly reported. Meyers recently talked about his parenting life while on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to promote his children's book, "I'm Not Scared, You're Scared." He told DeGeneres he wrote the book for his sons to address the anxiety and fears young children feel.


Though Meyers has a talk show with over a million viewers a season (per Deadline), that doesn't mean he sacrifices daily dad duties like taking his kids to school. And the way he gets his six-year-old son, Ashe, to school is pretty unique — and perhaps a throwback to Y2K childhood.

"I take the six-year-old to school on a [Razor] scooter," Meyers said on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." "And the two of us, I think together, people see us and they're like, 'Oh my God. That's so cute. Look at that man and his son.' But then, the thing you don't realize is you've got to drop him off, and then you just got to be a grown man."

Hey, whatever works, right?