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David Letterman Gets Some Special Farewells As He Prepares To Leave His Show

David Letterman Gets Some Special Farewells As He Prepares To Leave His Show

After hosting more than 6,000 epidsodes, American comedian David Letterman will bow out as the host of CBS’ the ”Late Show”.

David Letterman is gearing up to officially retire from his “Late Show” desk after 33 years and . Letterman is the longest-serving host in American late-night television and has brought his sardonic, offbeat wit in segments such as his “Top Ten” list and “Stupid Pet Tricks”. From presidents to movie stars to pop icons, many have sat in his guest chair, some coming back over and over again.

Below are two of his fellow late night talk shows hosts that are made sure to express their thanks and appreciation to the man who helped make Late Night television such a major part of everyone’s lives.

And his good friend Bill Murray, who was also Letterman’s very first guest on the show, was there to wish him a very special goodbye in his own special way.

Letterman began hosting the CBS show in August 1993, after leaving the rival NBC network. His final broadcast will be tonight, May 20th, after which comedian Stephen Colbert will take over the reins of the “Late Show”.

 

 

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