Even though it’s Wednesday night, I do not have any jokes for you. Tonight is a night when history is being made, it’s the last episode of The Late Show with David Letterman.
After being a fixture on late night CBS tv for 22 years, we’re losing an icon tonight.
Known for his monologue, top ten lists, skits and celebrity guests (many of whom were almost as funny as Dave Letterman himself), he leaves large shoes to fill, which no one will ever manage to do.
A few amazing stats:
There have been 4264 episodes.
The Late Show with David Letterman has been visited by Regis Philbin 150 times, while Jack Hanna appeared in 102 episodes.
I want to take a moment to thank David Letterman for all the humor he’s create during the past 30 years he’s been hosting a late night talk show.
While the Late Show with David Letterman is ending, it will not be forgotten.
For myself, besides Dave Letterman himself, I’ll miss the Top Ten lists and Small Town News the most, followed by the monologue and Jake Hanna with all of the amazing animals he’d bring in.
Good bye, Mr. Letterman, you’ll be missed. Thank you for all the laughs.