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From this night of touching flashbacks and hilarious moments, something that might surprise you is the fact that two of the funniest jokes on David Letterman's final Late Show hosting gig were actually written by a 21-year-old intern on the show. Not too shabby.
Last night gave us one of the most monumental 90 minutes (or so) of television ever, as the late night legend David Letterman took the stage as the Late Show host for the very last time.And one of the best parts was the star-studded Top Ten list, which included Bill Murray and more.
David Letterman’s final episode was last night, and while the majority of people are focusing on the star-studded final Top 10 list, I can’t get over the beautiful montage that served as his final moments.
Tonight Conan O’Brien gave us great insight regarding what it meant to take Letterman’s old timeslot on NBC and how Letterman helped to really introduce him to the masses when he was having a tough time.
Kimmel’s always been a huge, huge Letterman fan and the rerun is not the only way the man is paying tribute to the late night veteran. He also gave a monologue bidding farewell to Letterman last night, choking up in the process. Watch the emotional video.
When most celebrities say goodbye to the soon-to-retire David Letterman, they do it with words – even if those words are written on undergarments. But when Bill Murray does it, no words are needed. Just massive cakes.
A few days after Jimmy Kimmel decided not to air a new episode opposite Letterman’s big finale, Jimmy Fallon decided to give his own tribute to the late night legend.
Well, we’re just two episodes away from bidding farewell to David Letterman forever, and to contrast all of the celebrity tributes, Letterman decided to let the Late Show crew in on the fun by giving them their own Top Ten list.
The past couple of weeks have been pretty amazing for fans of The Late Show with David Letterman, as his impending retirement has offered all of his final guests the chance to pay tribute in ways that are both touching and hilarious. Check out who'll appear on the final episodes.
We’ve seen Adam Sandler evolve from an oddity on Saturday Night Live to the bankable box-office king of comedy to…whatever he is now. Here, Sandler dusts off his guitar and pays tribute to David Letterman in a hilarious fashion.
Leave it to Tina Fey to give David Letterman the best send-off gift ever. The comedian stripped down to her spanx to honor her wearing her last dress for the retiring talk show host. You won't see that happening on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
David Letterman has been a part of the late night circuit for quite some time. Now, Letterman’s about to retire, but before he does, he’s ready to share the most brilliant idea the late show team came up with ever.
A stalwart on the late night talk show scene for over 30 years, David Letterman would seemingly be looked to for advice on anything involving the format. Yet apparently nobody from CBS wanted to hear his outside-the-white-male-box ideas.
In less than a month, television will lose one of its most longstanding personalities when David Letterman steps down from his duties as The Late Show host, Fittingly, CBS will be sending him off in the proper style with a new special.
David Letterman has been in the game longer than most, and it makes sense that his laundry list of people he would want to interview on The Late Show before he retires would be longer than others. In fact, Letterman has special guests planned for his final 28 broadcasts on the air.