"As an actor, she had this really difficult task of hiding that she was going to be the most interesting part of this the longer it went," says the Late Night host of Seehorn. "So I tip my cap. The very slow reveal has been a real triumph." He adds of Michaela Coel's I May Destroy You: "Early on you have this sense that you are in safe hands, that the storyteller knows what they’re doing, and if you go along with them, it’s going to be rewarding. It felt like an education and a comedy and a drama all at once. And it was the show my wife and I were most upset was over when it came to its conclusion."