“I’m looking forward to the field opening up comedically, where we can do jokes about the president or we can take a day off from doing jokes about the President because not everything is an emergency all of a sudden,” says Late Night with Seth Meyers head writer Alex Baze, in an interview with Deadline. “We can talk about the new movie that came out and make fun of that for three days, that’s what I’m looking forward to.” Late Night writer Karen Chee adds that the writing staff was now “super excited” about getting to do more jokes that aren’t all focused on Donald Trump. “Everybody would agree that the idea of Trump being good for comedy is a lie and now that he will be out of office, we get to do jokes about so many more topics, which is really exciting. There’ll be a diversity of thought that will probably crop on our show,” she says. ALSO: Seth Meyers and Larry Wilmore can't wait for post-Trump comedy.