Jake Johannsen’s 46th and final Letterman performance
When David Letterman introduced Jake Johannsen on Wednesday night's Late Show for his 46th and final stand-up performance on Letterman's shows, it dawned on Johannsen that his 28-year relationship with Dave is longer than most all relationships. Speaking of his wife, Jake jokes about the very appeal... [Read More]
Norm Macdonald, David Letterman share favorite George Miller jokes
George Miller died in 2003 from complications of leukemia at the age of 61, but before that, the stand-up comedian from the Seattle area had appeared some 56 times on David Letterman's NBC and CBS late-night TV shows. "George was my oldest friend, and one of the funniest people I ever knew," Letterm... [Read More]
Norm Macdonald Chooses His Very Own 'Late Show' Souvenir
by Megh Wright Here's a sneak peek of Norm Macdonald's visit to tonight's Late Show, where Letterman gives him the go ahead to choose anything from the studio to take as a souvenir before the show wraps up its run this May. As you can see, Macdonald is a man of expensive taste. 0 Comments... [Read More]
Will Ferrell Brings Some Harry Caray to 'Late Show'
by Megh Wright Wearing his traditional St. Patrick's Day garb, Will Ferrell stopped by last night's Late Show to talk about his recent MLB charity event and did his classic Harry Caray impression by request. Watch more from Ferrell's interview below: 0 Comments... [Read More]
Lena Dunham Has a Middle Name Now Thanks to David Letterman
by Megh Wright Despite calling herself "Lena Lucky Fred Ned Cookie Milky Simmons Dunham" in the past, Lena Dunham never officially had a middle name until her visit to last night's Late Show, where Letterman bestowed upon her the most basic middle name of all time. Watch more from the interview belo... [Read More]
David Letterman Says Goodbye to Mornings
by Ramsey Ess The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 150,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, there are thousands of important and funny p... [Read More]
Chris Elliott talks David Letterman, The Rewrite, Schitt’s Creek (Laughspin Interview)
Chris Elliott has had a long, storied career in film and television playing oddballs, jerks, and weirdos. There’s Chris Peterson, the 30-year-old paperboy in the cult favorite television series Get A Life. Larry, the awkward and aloof cameraman in Groundhog Day. There’s Woogie, the ... [Read More]
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson Show Off Some Micro-Impressions
by Megh Wright Here's a clip from the Broad City ladies' visit to last night's Late Show, where they try to impress Letterman by showing off their best micro-impressions — Glazer does a one-second Nicki Minaj, while Jacobson shares her very minimal, yet still impressive, Rose from Titanic. 0 ... [Read More]
Pat McGann on Letterman “Are people naming their restaurants playing eye-spy”
Comedian Pat McGann’s discusses his bossy kids, food in his water, and finding out his is pregnant again through sext during his latest set on Letterman. Pat McGann on Letterman “Are people naming their restaurants playing eye-spy” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Pat McGann on Late Show with David Letterman
Pat McGann returned to perform on Friday night's Late Show with David Letterman, and McGann has become a father yet again since his previous appearance -- three children under the age of 3. That's some fast-actin' action in the McGann household! He joked that his wife didn't pick the best way for hi... [Read More]