Thursday, November 26, 2015

Letterman's 30th Anniversary Top Ten List

His loyal staffers let it rip

Letterman's 30th Anniversary Top Ten List



David Letterman marked 30 years of monologues and celebrity interviews last night. The segment with Howard Stern alone makes it worth seeking out On Demand.

But we’re traditionalists. And partial to lists. So we bring you the anniversary edition of Dave’s deathless Top Ten list. This time it’s things his staffers would like to say to him. The clip pretty much speaks for itself, sometimes raunchily. The one thing we would point is that on Sue Hum’s nasty #4 the censor seems to have bleeped out the wrong word.

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