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David Letterman Returns To ‘The Late Show’ For The First Time In 8 Years


Legendary late-night host David Letterman made his way back to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York on Monday, informing his successor Stephen Colbert that he missed the chair itself, the daily grind, and musical guests.

Prior to departing from “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Letterman requested a favor of the current host, which was immediately granted: a brief opportunity to take a seat behind the desk he left behind in 2015.

Letterman jokingly said, “We do this because my son doesn’t believe I had a show,” and they took a selfie that looked similar to the one they took in 2014 when it was revealed Colbert would be taking over.

With his now-famous white beard, Letterman entered the stage to raucous cheers, which he humorously accepted.

“This is the most enthusiastic audience I have been near since the night I announced that I was quitting,” he said on the CBS broadcast. “Wow. That was great, thank you very much.”

After leaving “The Late Show” eight years ago, Letterman admitted he missed the work and the opportunity to redeem a poor performance by coming back the next day.

“I miss everything, mostly it’s fun,” he said. “Very few things in life provide one the opportunity … if you muck one up, 24 hours later, you get to try again and that’s a pretty good device. “

In addition, Letterman mentioned how much he missed having a band perform every day at work and having a different musical guest each show.

“When you don’t have that in your life every night, you really really miss it. So it was great to hear you guys again,” he said, gesturing to The Late Show Band.

Letterman demonstrated his ability to make people laugh by effortlessly delivering one-liners.

In a touching moment, Letterman welcomed fellow comedian Dana Carvey, whose 32-year-old son Dex Carvey passed away last week from an unintentional drug overdose.

Letterman simply acknowledged Carvey and said that he always enjoyed having him on his show, without mentioning the tragic passing.

He and I have the heart surgery in common, and whenever he would be on the show, I always felt great empathy and sympathy back and forth,” Letterman said

After hosting “Late Night” on NBC for more than ten years and “The Late Show” on CBS for more than twenty, David Letterman has established himself as a late-night television icon. He has been honored by the Kennedy Center, won numerous Emmys, and received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.

At the moment, he serves as the host of Netflix’s long-form interview series “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.”

The former host, who was back at the Ed Sullivan Theater, praised Colbert for his work managing CBS’s late-night program.

“It’s not easy but you make it look very easy, so congratulations to you and your entire staff,” Letterman said.

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