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Top 10 Ways David Letterman Changed Late Night TV
Tonight, after 33 years in late night television, David Letterman will preside over his final episode of the "Late Show." Letterman leaves behind a very different late-night landscape than the one he helped pioneer, starting in 1982 when he first followed Johnny Carson 's "Tonight" show with "Late
David Letterman to Retire in 2015
It's the end of an era. David Letterman announced today that he'll retire in 2015. The announcement was made during a taping of "Late Show with David Letterman," ABC News confirmed. Letterman, 66, launched the late night show in 1993 at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. Known for his wit
David Letterman to Discuss Sex Scandal with Oprah Winfrey
David Letterman is opening up to Oprah Winfrey on his sex scandal that made headlines in 2009. The sit-down on “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” which is set to air Jan. 6 on OWN, reveals how the longtime late-night talk show host felt when he was...
Alleged Extortion Led the Late-night Joker to Admit Affairs with Show Staffers
'The Office,' Letterman Spotlight Workplace Romance
Affairs at Work Gain New Attention With 'The Office' Wedding, David Letterman Scandal
David Letterman Puts the Joke on Himself
You're a comedian caught in a sex scandal. What do you do? Apologize sincerely? Tell a joke? Or both? David Letterman has straddled the line between remorse and humor ever since he revealed that he was the victim of an alleged extortion plot by a CBS News producer who threatened to expose his
Joe Halderman Caught David Letterman and Stephanie Birkitt in 'Passionate Embrace,' Friend Says
Dr. Bob Arnot Told 'GMA' That Continuing Letterman Affair Sparked Jealous Rage
Letterman's Workplace Romances: No Big Deal?
Some Say Office Romance, Even Among Bosses and Employees, Can Be Drama-Free
David Letterman's Troubles Not Over Despite Jokes, Apologies
Media Expert Says Sex Scandal Could 'Chip Away at Letterman's Image and He Knows It'
David Letterman's On-Air Apologies Go On
If you are starting to feel the chilly fall weather, take heart. David Letterman told his studio audience that it was far chillier in his home. "I would give anything to be hiking on the Appalachian Trail," he joked, in a reference to S.C. governor Mark Sanford whose dramatic extramarital affair