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CBS announces 'David Letterman: A Life on Television' to honor the soon-to-be-departing 'Late Show' host, with Ray Romano hosting the special.
The actor excites the crowd with the impromptu performance of his 1997 hit days after confirming he's been working on new music with Kanye West.
The offer was said to be extended to Leno last year, but the former 'Tonight Show' host claims to have not heard that.
Notable events in this second part include major changes on CBS' late-night line-up, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's extravaganza wedding, and Tracy Morgan's deadly car accident.
The 'Nightcrawler' actor had his hand in between host David Letterman's thighs for his latest favorite trick.
The Katniss Everdeen depicter sings with Letterman although she hates singing in front of people and takes Letterman's seat to introduce 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1' clip.
The band's five-night residency will start on Monday, October 13, when frontman Dave Grohl will also sit down for an interview with the chat show's host.
Letterman dedicates 10 minutes of his talk show talking about the experiences he shared with the late actor, saying with teary eyes, 'I am sorry I ... had no idea that the man was in pain.'
CBS has committed its year-round production of the late show to the city's historic building, the Ed Sullivan Theatre.
Reenacting Rivers' walkout during her interview with CNN, the 'Late Show' host leaves his guest alone onstage of the show.
The 'Colbert Robert' host takes a selfie with the current 'Late Show' host and delivers the Top 10 list that he wrote when he applied to be a writer on the CBS show.
Comedy Central and Neil Patrick Harris congratulate the 'Colbert Report' host after he's officially announced as the new 'Late Show' host.
The 'Late Show' host pretends to be Lohan's secretary when he calls Winfrey using a phony voice, before they later talk about how Lohan is doing now.
The 'Tonight Show' host 'steals' Letterman's bit to share his thought on why the 'Late Show' host plans to retire in 2015.
Following Letterman's retirement announcement, Ellen DeGeneres, Tina Fey and Stephen Colbert are named as possible replacement on 'Late Show'.