And OF COURSE, he was joking.
The gigantic cost of running an Emmy campaign, the biggest losers and more!
On Thursday night, Bill Murray graced the 20th anniversary episode of The Late Show with Dave Letterman — and to celebrate (or just because we felt like it) we rounded up the greatest Bill Murray moments of all time.
The legend donned the jumpsuit and cape to help David Letterman celebrate his 20th anniversary on The Late Show. Watch out, Michael Douglas.
He tells David Letterman that he will not return come fall on tonight’s Late Show.
Christie says when he took office, people’s perception of the state was based on mob dramas and reality shows.
Appearing on the show just before the premiere of Showgirls, Jesse Spano did her best to inform David on the skills of strippers.
The Late Show host declared, over and over, his fondness and concern for the actor and his “tiny head.” It was delightful.
This new episode from the second season of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is both entertaining and funny.
“Are those your drums? Those are beautiful!” Watch the late night-host compliment just about every drummer to ever appear on the show in exactly the same way.
Her family told her to never forget the face and the name on the “Wanted” posters. She didn’t. Joselyn Martinez tells her story.
Spoiler alert! This is exactly what you think it’d be.
In 1996, David Letterman decided to take Siskel and Ebert out to New Jersey. Just to visit with some folks.
An expert on 1980s television, the Parks and Rec star offers up his carefully chosen list of favorites.
The prankster has become the prank-ee.
In one of her earliest TV appearances, a 6-year-old LiLo models her Halloween costume — “stuff found on the floor of the D train.”
But there’s a lot of them. A breakdown of who’s watching who on late-night TV.
Watch this clip, it WILL make you smile.
In a clip released by CBS, David Letterman asks how many times Lindsay has been in rehab. “Several,” she answers.
From sparring with Gene Siskel on At The Movies to throwing snowballs at David Letterman’s audience, we compiled just some of Ebert’s most indelible TV appearances.
Some handled it with class, while others were practically gloating about it.
“Alec, I think you’re awesome,” Shia pleaded on the Late Show last night. He also said that he sat in the front row of a showing because it was “the only ticket” he could get.
Judging from his comments on the Late Show last night, probably not.
Last week, Joan used Adele’s weight as a punch line on The Late Show with David Letterman, and this weekend on The Last Leg, host Adam Hills didn’t let her get away with it.
You may think you’re a Fallon, but you could secretly be a Leno…
The governor plays along with the Late Show’s tradition of relentless fat jokes about him.
You know, while she’s pregnant with Kanye West’s baby and Kris is claiming their marriage was a fraud. David Letterman at his best.
“I wanted to make a public statement like, ‘You idiots, it’s a quote from a movie!’”
And David Letterman loved hearing all about it.