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David Letterman's Advice to Aspiring Male Late-Night Hosts: ‘I Would Be Happy to Watch a Woman’

David Letterman would be happy if the next David Letterman looked less like himself. In conversation with Susan Morrison at a panel at the New Yorker Festival on Friday night, Letterman reflected on his long career on late-night television, the impact of his comedy, and where he hopes the format ... More »
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