As part of his weekly segment entitled “Ya Burnt” where he rifts [sic] on various topics, NBC’s Late Night host Seth Meyers found it pertinent in the early hours of Good Friday to mock Jesus Christ and Leonardo da Vinci’s depiction of the Last Supper that was so dull in the eyes of Meyers that “[n]o wonder Judas dropped a dime” on Jesus.
While the liberal audience repeatedly laughed at his anti-Christian rant, there were a number of moments where it seemed as though the audience was incredibly uncomfortable and, frankly, it’s not difficult to see why.
Meyers started the tirade by exclaiming “[w]hat’s your deal” regarding the Last Supper and complained that there wasn’t anything at the dinner to eat other than rolls.
“This is Jesus’ last meal. Couldn’t it be something better than just rolls? Have you been to a restaurant? Rolls are the free part. Did nobody order an on entre,” Meyers complained.
In the second portion, Meyers took issue with the timing of the dinner and how da Vinci still had it be light outside. Suggesting that Christ should “[l]ive a little,” Meyers dropped the so-called punchline by recalling that he was crucified not long afterward….