Usually, when Louis C.K. does a multi-part episode on Louie—like the two-part “Daddy’s Girlfriend,” the three-part “Late Show” and “Pamela,” and the six-part “Eleveator”—it’s to tell a sprawling narrative, to do something structured less like episodic television than like cinema. Show More Summary
Last week, after a lengthy and heartfelt goodbye to Dave Letterman, CBS construction crews waited less than 24 hours to start marching set pieces of Late Show With David Letterman straight to the dump. Soon after, various New York citizens...Show More Summary
David Letterman devotees still in denial about the iconic television host's retirement should move onto — and quickly cycle out of — the anger phase of grieving. Just a week after Letterman's final broadcast, his Late Show marquee sign...Show More Summary
A week after the Biff-tastic final episode of Late Show with David Letterman, all traces of the famous marquee and set are now gone. Around 9 p.m. last night, a crew of construction workers dismantled the iconic marquee in Midtown. On the plus side, Angelo's Pizza will finally have a chance to take the spotlight it rightly deserves. [ more › ]
For more than 20 years, David Letterman's massive glowing Late Show marquee marked the entrance to Broadway's Ed Sullivan Theater. Not anymore — according to a tweet from SportsNet New York's Adam Rotter, the famous sign has joined Letterman's backdrop in the great TV-set Dumpster in the sky. There is no off position... More »
The Ed Sullivan Theater's Late Show with David Letterman marquee was dismantled.
David Letterman's 33-year career in late-night television memorably gave a lot of would-be comedy writers and producers their own starts in show business as interns, receptionists and pages -- and wouldn't you know it -- even his grand finale held true to that formula. Caroline Schaper, a 22-year-old intern for Letterman who just graduated from […]
by Bill Pearis Chastity Belt @ Rough Trade 5/22/2015 (photo via @majorgatson) After opening for Courtney Barnett's three sold-out shows at Bowery Ballroom, Seattle's Chastity Belt stuck around NYC to play a late show at Rough Trade on Friday night...
It?ll be a long time before we see anything on CBS late night as moving and powerful as the Late Show?s final montage during David Letterman?s last episode. And the network won?t even be trying, as they've got another plan in mind. Click To Continue Reading
Nearly a week has passed since the final episode of the Late Show with David Letterman aired on CBS, yet the show's iconic marquee is still up outside the Ed Sullivan Theater. This despite the fast-paced efforts of construction crews who immediately began dismantling the set the following day.
Since long-time Late Show writer Bill Scheft outed 22-year-old intern Caroline Schaper as the woman behind the final two jokes of David Letterman's last celebrity-filled top ten list, she has suddenly become one of the most talked-about figures in late night comedy. And she literally just graduated from the University of Michigan.
To say Late Show intern Caroline Schaper had a successful final episode of the show would be an understatement. The 22-year-old wrote two of the lines from the final Top 10 list, as the Daily Dot points out, citing a portion of a long Tumblr post about the last episode...
The set was dumped less than 24 hours after David Letterman's final sign-off on CBS, but the Late Show marquee that's been outside of the Ed Sullivan Theater for decades is just starting to come down now. Last night workers began to dismantle the marquee, a job that could take two more days. [ more › ]
The hands-down highlight of David Letterman's final Late Show last week — especially if you're not a huge Foo Fighters fan — was the highly-entertaining, star-studded top ten list of "Things I've Always Wanted to Say To David Letterman."...Show More Summary
Take this as a reminder to always be nice to the intern, not only because they're people, but because they may be your boss one day. For David Letterman's final run on The Late Show, he invited a star-studded cast to perform his popular "Top 10" skit. Show More Summary
From the jokes that almost made it to Dave's mood saying goodbye, a longtime Letterman writer shares everything
From this night of touching flashbacks and hilarious moments, something that might surprise you is the fact that two of the funniest jokes on David Letterman's final Late Show hosting gig were actually written by a 21-year-old intern on the show. Not too shabby. Click To Continue Reading
How do you follow an icon like David Letterman and his perfect Late Show finale last Wednesday? For CBS, the answer might seem surprising: Simon Baker. Do not adjust your television sets; CBS is indeed currently airing repeats of The Mentalist, starring Baker, in the 11:30 p.m. Show More Summary
In addition to trying to give David Letterman a big kiss on the mouth, Howard Stern gave the Late Show host another parting gift: a Howard Stern original watercolor. “Howard gave Dave a painting to give to his wife on his last appearance last week,” Beth Stern, wife of the... More »
Last week marked the first time ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ topped the weekly Twitter TV ratings; it was also the last. Letterman’s final show drove 201,000 tweets by 105,000 unique authors. With three months before Stephen Colbert...Show More Summary