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‘Late Show with David Letterman’ sets already being dismantled

Perhaps it shouldn’t be a surprise that CBS had crews dismantling the set of the Late Show with David Letterman the morning after Letterman had his final show at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. After all, the network has to renovate the venue in preparation for Stephen Colbert’s debut with the new Late Show in September. Sets need to be built, rehearsals need to be...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Saying Good-Bye To David Letterman

It’s 1 a.m., just after David Letterman said his final good-bye to television some 33 years after he began his run on the late-night talk show circuit and sadness is prevalent. I’m most definitely a Generation X member, someone who was a child when Letterman’s star was shining the brightest, when he was on after the incomparable Johnny Carson — too late for me to enjoy....
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Adnan Virk pays tribute to David Letterman with Baseball Tonight monologue

Baseball Tonight host Adnan Virk paid tribute to David Letterman with this opening monologue, and some of the similarities were simply uncanny. Obscure city references? Strange mannerisms? A couple of lame jokes and one pretty hilarious one? Yep, nailed it. The post Adnan Virk pays tribute to David Letterman with Baseball Tonight monologue appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

With David Letterman Gone, Who In Sports Could Shine In Late Night?

David Letterman retired last night, but not before he and his crack staff in the home office got one more sports reference into Late Show lore. Peyton Manning, clearly one of Dave’s favorite athletes ever if you go by the reaction given during Manning’s cameo in the show’s final Top Ten list, got to crack wise at the late night legend before the show came to a wonderfully produced...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Peyton Manning poses with NY cop, referred to as ‘Eli’s brother’ in tweet (pic)

Peyton Manning may be considered the most prolific quarterback in his family, but New Yorkers obviously are much more inclined to favor brother Eli, even when coming face-to-face with the Denver Broncos signal-caller. Older brother Peyton was visiting Eli’s stomping grounds to take part in David Letterman’s final taping of “The Late Show” on Wednesday...Read More The post...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Mariota’s appearance on David Letterman was hysterical (video)

Tennessee Titans top draft choice Marcus Mariota had quite the skit on Letterman’s Late Night Show. Mariota was given the task to present the top 10 thoughts that crossed his mind when winning the Heisman Trophy. Here are the original lines tweeted out by Assistant AD for Communications at Oregon Andy McNamara: In honor of Letterman's finale, here's top 10 list he had Mariota...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Evanston’s Own Eddie Vedder Perform ‘Better Man’ For David Letterman

The final countdown is on, The Tonight Show with David Letterman last show is scheduled for tomorrow night, May 20th and this week has been jam packed with A-list celebrities and musical guests. Pearl Jam frontman, Eddie Vedder, has appeared and performed on the show countless times over the years, as a solo musician, with Pearl Jam, and even accompanying The Who. His very first...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

David Letterman once sent a telegram to ESPN praising America’s Cup coverage

Let’s go into Mr. Peabody’s Wayback Machine and turn the dial to “1987” to a simpler time in television. ESPN was still hoping to gain a foothold with fans. It got the rights to the America’s Cup sailing races. Now this was four years after the U.S. lost the Cup in Newport, RI. It marked the first time dating back to 1851 that the Cup went to another country. With ESPN...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

David Letterman and the End of The Late Night Talk Show

I remember the first time I saw David Letterman on television. It was the mid-1980’s, I was on vacation and my aunt and uncle had just gotten a VCR. My uncle occasionally watched Letterman, so we secretly timer-taped a show (an ordeal at the time) and put it on the next afternoon as a surprise treat. I remember his reaction distinctly. He had been talking Letterman up. When...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: David Letterman’s Most Memorable Sports Moments

Hundreds of millions of people have grown up on David Letterman over the past 33 years. Dave is putting his career to bed on Wednesday night. Perhaps like his hero, Johnny Carson, we may never hear from him again. If that’s the case, so be it. It’s been a heck of a ride, especially for those of us who got to see this Indiana-born, self-proclaimed “TV boy” during his best...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

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