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Late Show host David Letterman addressed the recent controversy over the new Religious Freedom Restoration Act that Indiana's Governor Mike Pence signed into law last week during the opening of his show on Wednesday. Dave, who hailsShow More Summary
It’s almost become sad to watch all the abuse heaped at walking punchline Indiana Gov. Mike Pence over his “religious freedom” bill. OK, not really. It’s still a lot of fun to witness and the scorn is well-deserved. Last night comedy icon David Letterman, an Indiana native, got in on the mockery. The veteran funnyman addressed […]
While we already knew Mulder and Scully would return for The X-Files revival, we now know two more original cast members will show up. David Duchovny casually announced the news in an interview with David Letterman this week. This might...Show More Summary
Last night, David Duchovny made an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote his upcoming debut album "Hell or High Water". Of course, with the recent news surfacing that X-Files is returning, Letterman had to find out what we can expect straight from the source.
David Duchovny stopped by the Late Show With David Letterman last night, where in between plugging his new album he told the outgoing talk-show host that two supporting characters will return for Fox’s six-episode X-Files revival: Mitch Pileggi, who plays FBI bossman Walter Skinner, and William B. Show More Summary
David Letterman calls Indiana Governor Mike Pence "an undeniably handsome man" but of the "religious freedom" bill adds "Something's gone haywire. I can't prove exactly what went haywire but it doesn't pass the sniff test, as they say. It may...
The 'Late Show' host said "it may be legal, but it ain't right." read more
Joining David Letterman on The Tonight Show Tuesday, David Duchovny was pressed to elaborate on the newly announced 6-episode mini X-Files reunion. And unlike Mulder, he actually tipped his hand. Peep it... When asked point blank what...Show More Summary
David Duchovny was on Late Show With David Letterman last night to plug his new alt-rock album — yes, Hell Or Highwater is available now at your local record store or illegal download site. But, as you might have heard, he also has a...Show More Summary
David Duchovny reveals on 'Late Show with David Letterman' that William B. Davis and Mitch Pileggi will return for the new 'X-Files' event series. [...]
Before last night's Top Ten list -- guys Indiana Governor Mike Pence (R) Looks Like -- Late Show host David Letterman addressed the controversy over Pence's "Religious Freedom" bill, accusing Pence of defiling his home state.
There will be a few other familiar faces joining Mulder and Scully on the upcoming X-Files revival. During Tuesday's appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, David Duchovny revealed the Cigarette Smoking Man (William B. Davis) and FBI Assistant Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) will... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The X-Files David Duchovny
Where comedians of the first comedy boom dreamed of being Johnny Carson, the second comedy boom's late-night hosts — Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers — all grew up looking up to David Letterman. “We're all 100 percent guilty of stealing from Letterman,” Kimmel told Rolling Stone for its 2011 feature,... More »
Charlie Cox rocks some scruff while arriving for his appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman on Monday (March 30) in New York City. The 32-year-old British actor was on hand to promote his upcoming Netflix show Daredevil, which will be available to stream on April 10. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of [...]
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It's rare that we remember many specifics about any given Oscars ceremony. An streaker here or an unexpected expletive, perhaps, but rarely does a host's performance stretch beyond the Monday morning quarterbacking in the days that follow the awards. Show More Summary
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 of wife-swapping, and later doesn't see polygamy as […]
Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper hit up David Letterman’s late night show to perform “Baby Blue”. Previously: Action Bronson & Mario Batali Make Pizza (Video)