Charlie sits down with Kennedy Center Honors recipients David Letterman and later Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin
The full biography of David Letterman.
David Letterman, Elmore Leonard, Andy Murray
ALF fantasizes that he reveals his existence to the world and serves as substitute host on David Letterman's show.
The ghost investigators at Paranormal NYC recorded these strange red balls of light at the Ed Sullivan Theater, near David Letterman's desk.
The comedians discuss Suzanne's recent marriage, why Jon Stewart is a friend to the lesbians, and the real story behind Suzanne's groundbreaking appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman back in 2003.
Jimmy Kimmel sits down with Larry to talk about interviewing his idol David Letterman, and what it feels like to go head-to-head with him when "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" moves to TV's most wanted time slot.
Enjoy 15 years of Dave and Jay Thomas trying to knock the meatball off the Late Show Christmas tree.
Highlights from Dave's monologue for December 19, 2013.
Dave shows off some of the highlights from this year's Late Show holiday funfest.
"Top Ten Reasons You Won't Be Receiving a Christmas Bonus" from December 19, 2013.
"Top Ten Entries of 2013" from December 20, 2013.
The tennis legend steps up in Jay's absence to retell a Late Show holiday favorite.
Full version of the cautionary Christmas tune seen briefly in the Late Show Staff Christmas Party segment. Written and performed by Late Show writer Steve Young.
Performing "When We Were Young" from his CD, "Smoke and Mirrors."
Highlights from Dave's monologue for December 20, 2013.
John uses his tennis skills to try and knock off the Late Show meatball.
Kristen takes Dave through her process of auditioning for "Saturday Night Live."
It wouldn't be Christmas without Darlene blowing the roof off the dump with a performance of "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)."
Dave presents another edition of the popular "Charts & Graphs."
Will Ferrell, Billy Crystal, Stephen Colbert and other celebrities fake their way through the holidays.
Host Ross Mathews and actress Elaine Hendrix ("The Parent Trap" and "What the Bleep?") dish up this week's top pop culture stories. These two dish about Lindsay Lohan, David Letterman, Sarah Palin, Adam Lambert, Kris Allen and much more!