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The first episode of the Talk, Comedy, series Late Show with David Letterman season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 was released in 2000-08-21 by CBS. The TV show was created by and directed by . Actors in the cast include David Letterman, Paul Shaffer. The avarenge rating on IMDB: is / 10. Series awards - .

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Episode 1

Wesley Snipes, Dido

air day: 2000-08-21

Dave exhibits that he has a bandaged finger, claiming that he obtained a poison gasoline sensor alarm at his home over the weekend. He later breaks down, admitting that he lower his finger making potato salad.

Episode 2

Jon Favreau, Stone Temple Pilots

air day: 2000-08-22

Dave exhibits a supposed clip of the Bushes applauding Al Gore’s acceptance speech. Later, a number of of Joe G’s clients take part in a sport known as “Pizza Survivor.”

Episode three

Jack Hanna, Wyclef Jean, Survivor Castaways

air day: 2000-08-23

The forged of the unique “Survivor” are featured in a particular Top Ten record. Later, Dave chats with Jack Hanna.

Episode four

Richard Hatch, Shaquille O’Neal

air day: 2000-08-24

Dave asks “Survivor I” winner Richard Hatch about his “appearance” on the present final night time.

Episode 5

Charles Grodin, Donal Logue

air day: 2000-08-25

Dave exhibits the “rabid dingo” chunk clip once more; Biff exams his psychic talents with unlabeled canned items; Donal Logue promotes “The Tao of Steve.”

Episode 6

Mary Tyler Moore, Papa Roach

air day: 2000-08-28

Dave’s finger nonetheless hurts; Paul provides to choose up Anna Kournikova for her upcoming look; Alan makes a particular supply to Anne Heche and Ellen DeGeneres (who simply break up up).

Episode 7

Ricki Lake, Adam Ferrara

air day: 2000-08-29

Dave fusses concerning the polar ice caps melting and The Weather Channel’s lack of ability to cowl it. Later, Alan closes “Campaign 2000” by singing “Climb Every Mountain” and beginning a combat.

Episode 8

Rudy Giuliani, Laetitia Casta

air day: 2000-08-30

On the seventh anniversary of the primary episode on CBS, Dave factors out that he has made precisely three,280 episodes in late night time, and that his favourite was #1150. Later, Biff goes to a summer time camp in Honesdale, PA.

Episode 9

D.L. Hughley, Tony Bennett & Diana Krall

air day: 2000-08-31

Dave quizzes a secretary from Hartford with “Know Your Employees of Don Hewlett Chevrolet-Oldsmobile-Buick in Georgetown, Texas.”

Episode 10

Tim Robbins, Andy Kindler

air day: 2000-09-01

During CBS Mailbag, Gerard explains why he is voting for Bush, and Dave marries Richard Hatch of “Survivor I” fame.

Episode 11

Carson Daly, Dwight Yoakam

air day: 2000-09-04

During a section known as “Summer Memories,” Anton recollects being attacked by a large mosquito. Later, Carson Daly plugs “TRL.”

Episode 12

Renee Zellweger, Bonnie Raitt

air day: 2000-09-05

After reviewing stills of Dave’s hand being stitched up, we’re prepared for the removing of the stitches, simulcast on www.cbs.com/lateshow. In the visitor chair is Dr. Lou Arrone; he says Dave “almost cut off the tip of his finger.” Dr. Robert Hodgkiss comes out and places on goofy glasses. The Hi-Ho Babes carry out the medical gear. Dave performs with particular small magnifying digital camera by placing it in his mouth and down his pants. Finally, all three stitches come out. Shortly afterwards, Rupert brings in potato salad.

Episode 13

Jamie Foxx, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals

air day: 2000-09-06

Alan interrupts Dave, claiming Monday was his fifth anniversary engaged on the present. He’s mad as a result of Dave forgot. He runs out into road, strips to his underwear, and flips Dave off.

Episode 14

Jesse Ventura, Spinal Tap

air day: 2000-09-07

An viewers member from Buffalo named Mel Chastain performs “Know Your Professional Bill Gates Lookalikes.” Dave likes her a lot that Biff fingers her “Lion King” tickets.

Episode 15

Greg Kinnear, Jake Johannsen

air day: 2000-09-08

CBS Mailbag: Dave teaches grade faculty, whereas “AP writer Adam Klymer” (the scribe Dubya known as a “Major League Asshole,” as performed by Gerard) offers the long run president the finger. Later, Greg Kinnear promotes “Dinner with Friends.”

Episode 16

Marat Safin, Sting

air day: 2000-09-11

Biff blows up a bicycle tube and a soccer ball with a tire pump; Sting and Cheb Mami sing “Desert Rose.”

Episode 17

Chris Rock, Emmylou Harris

air day: 2000-09-12

How Many Guys in Cat Suits Can Fit right into a Coffee Shop? Walking in with no resistance are seven cats, a canine, Santa, a man in a pink cape, three monkeys, Moses, Dracula, Hercules, and a clown.

Episode 18

Sally Field, Eddie Irvine

air day: 2000-09-13

A “Banned from the Classroom” bit features a jar of spit ball spit; Jack Daniels drink packing containers; Professor George W. Bush’s Build Your Own Electric Chair equipment; the e book Human Sexuality by the Gores; Elmer’s Paste with Sprinkles; Dave Letterman anatomy chart; Crayola 64 pack cigarettes; and Hot Wheel Cars with (exploding) Firestone tires.

Episode 19

Al Gore, Crosby Stills & Nash

air day: 2000-09-14

Warren Zevon fills in for Paul Shaffer, who was sick that night time.

Episode 20

Kate Hudson, Supergrass

air day: 2000-09-15

Nadine and Andrea rescue Calvert from below Dave’s desk once more. Later, Dave exhibits a “new” Hillary Clinton advert.

Episode 21

Sylvester Stallone, Rocco DiSpirito

air day: 2000-09-25

Dave goes on one other prolonged tirade, correcting an article that appeared in yesterday’s New York Times Magazine, calling Rush Limbaugh a “giant bag of gas,” after which exhibiting a photograph of Jay Leno to display why his rival is “the goofiest-looking man in television.”

Episode 22

Gabriel Byrne, Kevin James

air day: 2000-09-26

Dave offers the outcomes of Olympic occasions earlier than they air on NBC. Belgium appears to have received all of them besides one (Finland).

Episode 23

Denzel Washington, Mark Knopfler

air day: 2000-09-27

Dave feedback on Monday’s rant by stating that whereas he has by no means been a non-voting Republican (in accordance with the Times Magazine), he as soon as registered as a Democrat. Later, Denzel Washington promotes “Remember the Titans” and desires his spouse a cheerful birthday.

Episode 24

Ray Romano, Ralph Nader

air day: 2000-09-28

Dave begins the night by saying, “Tonight is my final performance.” Meanwhile, Vince Gill sits in, and presidential candidate Ralph Nader makes a marketing campaign cease.

Episode 25

Jada Pinkett Smith, LL Cool J

air day: 2000-09-29

Dave makes one other Ball State Football Update, declaring final week’s 74-Zero trouncing by Kansas State as being nearer than the rating reveals. Later, Alan Kalter interrupts Dave to scoff at information of Barbra Streisand’s final live performance, takes a while alone, then sobs uncontrollably.

Episode 26

Geena Davis, Tom Cavanagh

air day: 2000-10-02

A section known as “What’s On TV This Week” is interrupted by two guys who burst into the theater preventing. Later, Tom Cavanaugh promotes his new present, “Ed.”

Episode 27

Christine Baranski, Green Day

air day: 2000-10-03

“Late Show Iron Chef” — Joe G. vs. Rupert Jee, Round 2: Rupert makes an omelet with Cajun spices, whereas Joe G makes a ham calzone; Maria Pope declares Joe G the winner.

Episode 28

Farrah Fawcett, Loretta Lynn

air day: 2000-10-04

Paul’s sick tonight, so Anton’s in cost and Cliff Carter sits in on keyboards. Dave calls “Paul” (who has a nasty higher respiratory factor), with Barry White offering the ailing bandleader’s voice. Later, the annual “New for Fall” section introduces “Biff Henderson’s All-Star Impressions of Sleeping Celebrities” and ingesting fountains crammed with sizzling cocoa.

Episode 29

Kevin Spacey, Lenny Krayzelberg

air day: 2000-10-05

Biff performs “Super Unlabeled Canned Goods of the Night” (now with institutional-sized cans). Biff tastes chili, however Warren thinks it was chili the final time he sat in. He’s fallacious: it was ravioli on Sept. 15. Oh yeah, and Paul’s nonetheless sick.

Episode 30

Magic Johnson, Jewel

air day: 2000-10-09

Since Paul’s nonetheless sick, a man comes out to indicate what Paul would have worn tonight; Eddie Brill fills in for Alan; Al Rent of Ball State comes out to offer Dave the sport ball from their huge win that weekend; Ben Stiller has a dream the place he walks onstage bare.

Episode 31

Ben Stiller, Merle Haggard

air day: 2000-10-06

Dave welcomes Rulon Gardner, who received the gold medal in wrestling on the Sydney Olmypics. Later, Warren Zevon promotes his new album.

Episode 32

Regis Philbin, Jim Gaffigan

air day: 2000-10-10

Barry White impersonates Paul by way of phone but once more; after the most recent version of “Pat and Kenny Read Oprah Transcripts,” Alan plugs “PK: The Pat and Kenny Magazine”; Jim Gaffigan promotes “Welcome to New York.”

Episode 33

Jason Alexander, Anthony Boudain, Foo Fighters

air day: 2000-10-11

Calvert grabs a Kleenex® from Dave’s desk in the course of the jokes; Warren Zevon remains to be sitting in for Paul, who has developed pneumonia; a section known as “What Does It Cost?” reveals that Dave Dorsett takes his pay in grownup movies.

Episode 34

Martha Stewart, Spike Lee

air day: 2000-10-12

Like he has on earlier nights, Calvert walks by in the course of the monologue. Tonight, he goes to Dave’s desk, picks up the cellphone and dials, says “Get me the police!,” hangs up and walks out. Later, Spike Lee plugs “Bamboozled.”

Episode 35

Mark Wahlberg, Incubus

air day: 2000-10-13

During tonight’s “Alan Kalter’s Campaign Round-Up,” the announcer sings an impromptu rendition of “Who Let the Dogs Out”; George Clarke makes an attempt to reduce weight by fasting by the remainder of the present, solely to finish up treating himself to a hoagie after the primary interview; Dave bullies Warren and Anton into writing and performing an authentic composition on the spot.

Episode 36

James Caan, Angela Perez Baraquio

air day: 2000-10-16

Paul’s again and completed with his prolonged bout with pneumonia; all through the week Dave introduces greens that did not win a prize on the honest, and tonight it is farmer Bob Fowler and his regular-sized squash; Miss America 2001 (Miss Hawaii) demonstrates one model of a hula.

Episode 37

Helen Hunt, Willie Nelson

air day: 2000-10-17

Nadine Hennelly and Andrea Sande come out (a day late) with roses for Paul to rejoice his return. Dave broadcasts that he is not feeling too effectively, so Nadine and Andrea come again to cheer him up.

Episode 38

Joaquin Phoenix, Allison Moorer

air day: 2000-10-18

Dave lists some rejected Ball State mascot names from way back, and learns that their earlier nickname was the “Hoosieroons.” So, Dave broadcasts that Ball State could identify its soccer stadium for him offered they modify the mascot again from Cardinals to Hoosieroons. Also, Dave exhibits Joaquin Phoenix what a silver greenback appears to be like like.

Episode 39

George W. Bush

air day: 2000-10-19

After months of fruitless makes an attempt, Dave lastly lands Republican presidential candidate George Walker Bush as a visitor on the present. During the interview, Dave grills Dubya about present occasions and the long run president can not seem to give him a straight reply.

Episode 40

Lawrence Fishburne, Lenny Kravitz

air day: 2000-10-20

Dave present clip of Gov George bush from yesterdays present the place bush cleans his glasses with sweater of woman standing subsequent to him throughout break (producer Maria Pope)

Episode 41

Will Smith, Derek Jeter

air day: 2000-10-30

Episode 42

Show #1500

air day: 2000-10-31

During the annual “Halloween Costumes” section, Calvert claims a lifeless fish as his deal with and Dave’s automotive the morning after All Hallow’s Eve; George Clarke gorges himself on sweet within the basement; Dave exhibits a clip of Kenny Sheehan’s visitor function because the steel store instructor on the October 29 episode of “Ed”; after being mocked on final night time’s Tonight Show, Dave does a crude Jay Leno impression.

Episode 43

Alec Baldwin, Gil de Ferran

air day: 2000-11-01

Calvert stands proper smack in entrance of Dave at his desk and needs to be shooed away; Biff, with a bit assist from Benny Agbayani, does an experiment on juiced baseballs on the roof; Alec Baldwin sticks gum on Maria’s jacket throughout a business break.

Episode 44

Kathie Lee Gifford, Mark Borchardt

air day: 2000-11-02

Dave calls Biff out to reply the query of an viewers member: “Does he sleep with his headset on?” Of course he does. Later, Dave makes enjoyable of a James Brolin made-for-TV film from final night time.

Episode 45


air day: 2000-11-03

Madonna makes her first visitor look in over six years.

Episode 46

Don Rickles, Moby & Gwen Stefani

air day: 2000-11-06

Dave reviews that earlier than the present he was making an attempt to trim his hair above his ears and unintentionally buzzed himself within the lobe; the winners of the NYC Marathon run by, adopted shortly by Calvert; Moby and Gwen Stefani sing “South Side.”

Episode 47

Adam Sandler, Outkast

air day: 2000-11-08

It’s the day after the notorious presidential election, so Calvert walks onstage and asks Dave, “How’d Nixon do?” Later, Dave exhibits (bogus) CBS election protection with the headline “Nader Wins.”

Episode 48

Cokie Roberts, Patricia Arquette

air day: 2000-11-09

Calvert comes by for a smoke, then sings “Who Let the Dogs Out?” with Alan; Cokie Roberts provides her predictions on the election recount, as does Patricia Arquette.

Episode 49

Lucy Liu, Aaron Neville

air day: 2000-11-10

Calvert interrupts the jokes, asking for a sandwich; throughout “CBS Mailbag,” Dave makes a fast journey to Europe to go to his three Dutch followers, then unintentionally decapitates Paul; Lucy Liu demonstrates a hair flip.

Episode 50

Kid Scientists, Samuel L. Jackson

air day: 2000-11-13

During the monologue, Dave does a “Classic Clinton Joke”: “He’s so fat he can’t see who he’s having sex with.” Also, Biff reviews from the election mess in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Episode 51

Bruce Willis, Charles Barkley

air day: 2000-11-14

Calvert comes out to tear up the cue card for the Classic Clinton Joke; Dave tells one other dentist-related horror story; Alan congratulates Hillary Clinton on behalf of her profitable a seat within the U.S. Senate, then makes a really lewd supply.

Episode 52

Mike Myers, Ricky Martin

air day: 2000-11-15

Calvert serves Dave some espresso; Mike Myers exhibits a clip from a film he made when he was 13.

Episode 53

Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Elliot

air day: 2000-11-16

Calvert comes out to wash his glasses on Dave’s jacket; Michael McDonald (of Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers fame) sits in; the present closes with the CBS Orchestra enjoying the theme from Dave’s 1980 morning present, which was written by McDonald.

Episode 54

Val Kilmer, Everclear

air day: 2000-11-17

Anton tells about his troubles with a child on Halloween; Dave’s interview with Val Kilmer goes horribly awry.

Episode 55

Susan Sarandon, Kasey Chambers

air day: 2000-11-20

After having one flag placed on the set final night time, Dave now has two flags behind his desk so he can “look more presidential.” Later, Dave offers Susan Sarandon a silver gravy serving bowl.

Episode 56

Brian Williams, Faith Hill

air day: 2000-11-21

Calvert comes out dressed like Dave and inspects a poll; Dave demonstrates his improved facial maneuverability, after which thanks his dentist; the Brazilian Olympic bobsled crew practices outdoors Joe G’s.

Episode 57

Richard Simmons, Giselle Bundchen

air day: 2000-11-22

Calvert comes out to comb his hair, and leaves the stage to a standing ovation. Also, Richard Simmons comes out in an orange and yellow turkey outfit, prompting Dave to defend himself with a hearth extinguisher.

Episode 58

Stupid Human Tricks, Keri Russell

air day: 2000-11-23

Dave apologizes for final night time’s present. Later, he exhibits highlights from the employees Thanksgiving Party, throughout which Dave attire as a pilgrim and Paul will get thrown out for being Canadian.

Episode 59

Matthew Broderick, David Gray

air day: 2000-11-24

Calvert applies Chap Stick to his face; Dave lastly offers a proof for his conduct two nights in the past (one thing involving how he will not let anyone contact his neck); throughout “CBS Mailbag,” Dave and Paul rush to assistance from a reluctant virgin in Massachusetts; David Gray sings “Babylon.”

Episode 60

Bette Midler, Jack Hanna

air day: 2000-11-27

Calvert comes out with a distant management to zap Dave; a tiger cub belonging to Jack Hanna develops a wierd fondness for Dave.

Episode 61

Martha Stewart, Christina Aquilera

air day: 2000-11-28

Rather than do one thing, Calvert walks onstage, stands subsequent to Dave for ten seconds, then walks away; Dave now has twelve flags behind his desk; Dave and Martha Stewart make Beef Wellington; reside by way of satellite tv for pc from Dallas, Al Cordova is stuffed into a large duffel bag.

Episode 62

Jon Stewart, Everlast

air day: 2000-11-29

Calvert cleans the cameras; Dave refers to Paul as “President-elect Paul W. Shaffer;” Dave mentions that magician David Blaine is frozen alive in a block of ice at Times Square…lower reside to the boiler room, the place George Clarke dumps a bucket of ice into his britches.

Episode 63

Mel Gibson, Todd Barry

air day: 2000-12-11

Calvert walks onstage ingesting a quart of egg nog straight out of the carton; to advertise Dave’s upcoming look in Bosnia, Biff visits a troop stationed there. In honor of his look, Biff exhibits off a commemorative coin that they gave to him.

Episode 64

Charles Grodin, Bobby LaBonte

air day: 2000-12-12

Calvert drinks extra egg nog; Charles Grodin; 2000 NASCAR Winston Cup champion Bobby Labonte; Dave exhibits outtake footage of final night time’s “Biff in Bosnia.”

Episode 65

Jay Thomas, Orny Adams

air day: 2000-12-13

Dave exhibits an image of President-elect Bush carrying a humorous cowboy hat; in case there are any updates on tonight’s choice, reside by way of satellite tv for pc, three guys stand round in Austin, Tallahassee and the U.S. Supreme Court constructing.

Episode 66

Helen Hunt, Robert Klein

air day: 2000-12-14

Dave exhibits a clip of MSNBC’s Bob Kur mumbling throughout his report of final night time’s Supreme Court choice; an viewers member tries to sneak out of “Know Your Current Events.”

Episode 67

CBS Mailbag, At the Drive-In

air day: 2000-12-15

Paul walks over to regulate Dave’s shirt; Calvert drinks extra egg nog; throughout Mailbag, we watch “Dave’s Trip to Norway,” during which he results in Finland by mistake; Gerard thanks the nation for electing George W. Bush as a result of “(he’s) one lazy-ass writer,” then brings out all of the actors who performed his son Kevin.

Episode 68

Sean Connery, Barenaked Ladies

air day: 2000-12-18

Dave exhibits a clip of President-elect Bush and Colin Powell hugging somewhat awkwardly; Rupert, Mujibur, Sirajul, and Joe G. adorn the Late Show Christmas Tree; in honor of the aforementioned clip, Dave and Sean Connery try to hug as effectively.

Episode 69

Tom Hanks, Darlene Love

air day: 2000-12-19

It’s “Bosnia Night” on the Late Show: Dave wears night-vision goggles in the course of the monologue; the viewers consists totally of members of the Armed Forces; the Hi-Ho ladies ship t-shirts to the troops; Tom Hanks arrives by way of parachute; Darlene Love performs “Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home).”

Episode 70

George Clooney, Sade

air day: 2000-12-20

In honor of his 35 years with CBS, Dave offers cameraman Dave Dorsett a faux Christmas present; Dave broadcasts that employees morale on the Late Show has by no means been decrease, so Paul suggests the companies of Montel Williams as a motivational speaker; in honor of the movie Castaway, George Clarke is locked into the theater’s boiler room and rapidly turns into matted and deranged.

Episode 71

Juliette Binoche, Jonathan Witherspoon

air day: 2000-12-21

Calvert sprays snow from a can on a digital camera lens. Dave squeegees it, however he will get the froth throughout his swimsuit. Also, comic John Witherspoon does impressions of Nat King Cole and Johnny Mathis.

Episode 72

Uma Thurman, Brian Regan

air day: 2000-12-22

Calvert is dressed as Santa; throughout Mailbag, Alan prepares for a job in a porno film by sitting in a bath crammed with egg nog; Brian Regan feedback on the fun of air journey.

Episode 73

Lily Tomlin, Anthony Clark

air day: 2000-12-26

Calvert comes out with his shiny new scooter; Dave asks Steph/Monty to tape “Jackass” for him; Paul discusses Hanukkah, then admits that he is in a drunken stupor; Dave claims that he is chilly, so one in all his assistants walks onstage to offer him gloves to put on.

Episode 74

Jay Mohr, Snoop Dogg

air day: 2000-12-27

Dave tells 10 “It’s so cold…” jokes; Dave, Rupert and others bid a fond farewell to Joe G. Pizza, which is transferring to W. 56th Street subsequent month; Dave mentions a “Cue Cards Awards Dinner” that’s being held in a secret location tomorrow night time.

Episode 75

Benjamin Bratt, Jimmie Walker

air day: 2000-12-28

Dave has a particular new 12 months’s message for the children (to not point out his biker buddies): “Ride straight.” Also, Dave tells six extra “It’s so cold…” jokes in the course of the monologue, and “Commissioner” Bill DeLace give New Year’s security ideas.

Episode 76

Matt Damon, Fuel

air day: 2000-12-29

Episode 77

Sarah Jessica Parker, Jamie Bell

air day: 2001-01-08

Dave mentions that Ed received a People’s Choice Award for Best New Series. He says he is by no means received one “because the people don’t like me.” Alan Kalter brags about profitable an analogous award for “Alan Kalter’s Campaign Round-Up,” then taunts Dave by ripping his shirt off.

Episode 78

Tim Robbins, Julie Bowen

air day: 2001-01-09

An previous man resembling Calvert walks onstage after the monologue; 60’s pop singer Jackie DeShannon sits in and croons a few of her greatest hits; Dave exhibits (bogus) footage of President Clinton transferring his belongings to FlashDancers; Alan Kalter makes a number of lewd feedback about Secretary of Labor nominee Linda Chavez.

Episode 79

Dennis Quaid, Jason Seahorn

air day: 2001-01-10

The previous man/Calvert surrogate from final night time stares blankly on the digital camera; Dave asks Steph/Monty for dental instruments; one other “Day in the Life of Hillary Clinton” skit is deserted, this time by Kenny Sheehan’s indecent commentary.

Episode 80

Kim Cattrall, Bob Sarlatte

air day: 2001-01-11

Throughout the night time, Giants placekicker Brad Deluiso kicks discipline targets. Also, Kim Cattrall claims Garry Shandling tried to set her up with Dave years in the past, however Dave denies it.

Episode 81

Christine Baranski, Seal

air day: 2001-01-12

Mailbag: Pat Farmer wears a skirt, whereas a sizzling canine vender (Michael Z. McIntee) sells Dave a sizzling canine with “I love you” spelled in mustard.

Episode 82

Dan Rather, Vinnie Jones

air day: 2001-01-15

Dave exhibits a photograph of a cake Dorothy made to commemorate the one-year anniversary of his quintuple-bypass; Dave asks Steph/Monty for some Miller® Lite inflatable chairs; after Barry White cancels on the final minute, Nancy Agostini exhibits highlights from yesterday’s Giants-Vikings playoff sport.

Episode 83

Sean Penn, Lauren Kessler

air day: 2001-01-16

Dave begins off the present by discussing the launch of Oprah’s new journal, after which he exhibits a duplicate of Martha Stewart’s rag, claiming that for a time Martha was penniless and residing in hole tree. Then he factors out that now Rosie O’Donnell has . Exasperated, Dave says he is getting his personal journal “chock full of tips on how to live your life just like me!” and exhibits bogus Dave and Oprah magazines.

Episode 84

Matthew McConaughey, Elle Macpherson

air day: 2001-01-17

Dave complains that his chair will not be as snug as he would love it to be, then hypothesizes that it is the lumbar adjustment that is inflicting the issues; in the course of the newest “Last Time” section, Alan pleads with Dave to retain the Top Ten record; Pat and Kenny create some awkward sexual rigidity.

Episode 85

Neve Campbell, George Miller

air day: 2001-01-18

Dave admits that he is hooked on carbohydrates; NYC Chief of Police Bill DeLace offers snow survival ideas; Dave exhibits two clips of George W. Bush announcing huge phrases.

Episode 86

Tom Selleck, Richard Ashcroft

air day: 2001-01-19

On the eve of President Bush’s inauguration, Dave tells one final “Classic Clinton Joke” from 1998. Also, throughout Mailbag, the employees falls sufferer to a gasoline leak, whereas a query about Alan’s hair is answered by the announcer turning vivid pink and operating round like a loony.

Episode 87

John Goodman, three Doors Down

air day: 2001-01-29

Dave feedback on yesterday’s Giants-Ravens Super Bowl, then exhibits footage of MVP Ray Lewis with confetti caught on his face. Also, Maria Pope introduces Dave to jail guard Debb Eaton, the primary contestant eradicated from Survivor: Outback.

Episode 88

Dolly Parton, William Peterson

air day: 2001-01-30

Throughout the night time, numerous celebrities (comparable to Regis and Dave) endorse a “Hacking Cough of the Night.” Also, Biff introduces his report from Super Bowl XXXV in Tampa, the place he interrogates N’Sync and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith.

Episode 89

Patricia Heaton, Jeff Pobst

air day: 2001-01-31

Dave calls for that Johnny Knoxville from “Jackass” seem on the present; Dave exhibits a clip of President Bush slapping the primary woman within the butt in public; Jeff Probst and a man pretending to be Leslie Moonves promote Survivor: Outback.

Episode 90

Keanu Reeves, Tony Siragusa

air day: 2001-02-01

Dave casually mentions that at present is the nineteenth anniversary of his first foray into late night time, and Nancy Agostini and Mike McIntee stroll out and provides Paul flowers. Later, Dave chats with Tony Siragusa of the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.

Episode 91

Jack Black, Aimee Mann

air day: 2001-02-02

During Mailbag, Harold Larkin goes to Jupiter, then looses his pants as a result of their excessive gravity; Alan Kalter discusses Good Morning America’s plan to indicate a reside childbirth on Tuesday, then provides his companies for a reside conception; Jack Black promotes Saving Silverman.

Episode 92

Anthony Hopkins, Erykah Badu

air day: 2001-02-05

Dave’s desk has been repainted a gaudy mild blue; Dave rants about final Saturday’s debut of the XFL, demanding that the gamers huck folding chairs at one another; “non-surviving Survivor” Kel Gleason denies that he introduced a secret meals stash to the Australian Outback.

Episode 93

Jennifer Lopez, matchbox twenty

air day: 2001-02-06

Dave mentions that the entrance of his desk was painted blue the earlier weekend, and now we all know why: it is a makeshift display screen for projecting numerous items of videotape. Amongst the clips: a monkey washing a cat, a kaliedoscope, footage of the sinking of the Titanic, and a clip from Jennifer Lopez’s new movie The Wedding Planner.

Episode 94

Marv Albert, Katie Holmes

air day: 2001-02-07

In conjunction with a sure upstart soccer league, Dave broadcasts that the present will change its identify to “XLS- the Extreme Late Show,” efficient instantly. Also, Dave makes a protracted distance name to Melbourne, Australia simply so he can hear any individual say “G’day.”

Episode 95

Regis Philbin, Rod Stewart

air day: 2001-02-08

Biff reviews from Bloomfield, Connecticut; an viewers member performs Chopin on Paul’s piano; historical past repeats itself as Dave broadcasts that New York State Police Trooper William McClellan obtained him final night time for going 80 in a 55 zone.

Episode 96

David Boreanaz, Mitch Hedberg

air day: 2001-02-09

For the final month or so, a bit previous man walks onstage in the course of the monologue, stands subsequent to Dave, and walks away. Tonight, there is a twist: the previous man walks out, and adopted quickly after by an annoyed-looking Calvert. Both stroll off stage with out incident. Also, throughout Mailbag, “Police Chief” Bill DeLace offers relationship ideas, whereas “Bill Clinton” (Gerard) steals one of many visitor chairs.

Episode 97

Kelly Ripa, Jamie Oliver

air day: 2001-02-12

Dave engages in a prolonged dialogue about abdomen flu, then calls Art Kelly upstairs to inquire about employees members with the virus. Shortly afterwards, Art fingers the cellphone to Stephanie “Monty” Birkitt, and Dave asks her if controversial Clinton pal Denise Rich has answered his calls.

Episode 98

Stupid Pet Tricks, Tom Cavanagh

air day: 2001-02-13

It’s milestone within the lengthy and celebrated historical past of “Stupid Pet Tricks” as Regis the duck eats cottage cheese out of proprietor Rebecca Kraft’s mouth. The sight of the stunt is so repulsive that Dave exhibits the clip repeatedly for a number of weeks to come back.

Episode 99

Chris Rock, Spacehog

air day: 2001-02-14

Dave exhibits a Valentine’s Day bouquet he claims got here from Jackass star Johnny Knoxville; Dave feedback on final night time’s grotesque Stupid Pet Trick, then exhibits the clip of the “rabid dingo” biting him in June 2000; Dave provides an workplace and a plump, younger intern to President Clinton.

Episode 100

Stephanie Seymour, Nelly

air day: 2001-02-15

Dave broadcasts that final night time’s present has been pardoned by ex-President Clinton; daredevil Steve Direnzo jumps off the roof of the theater, then is available in to take a bow; “Biff Henderson’s America” takes a pit cease in Franklin, Idaho.

Episode 101

Megan Mullally, Eddie Brill

air day: 2001-02-16

A section known as “Dave’s Henchmen Force a Price Waterhouse Executive to Reveal the Best-Picture Winner” just about explains itself; throughout Mailbag, a spoof of the upcoming movie “Hannibal” reveals that Paul’s mind is made out of guacamole; “George Clarke’s Celebrity Interview” finds our hero shirtless, a lot to the annoyance of visitor Kelsey Grammer.

Episode 102

Julia Roberts

air day: 2001-02-19

Dave goes on one in all his all-time biggest rants, this time protesting the inhumane situations on Survivor: Outback, then chastises Tony for supposedly selecting his nostril with a cue-card. Also, the most recent eradicated contestant on the aforementioned actuality present, seven-foot-tall musician Mitchell Olsen, all of a sudden begins singing “I Will Survive.”

Episode 103

Samuel L. Jackson, Timothy Treadwell

air day: 2001-02-20

Alan Kalter interrupts Dave with a couple of seductive phrases for Jennifer Lopez on the event of her break-up with Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs. Shortly afterwards, he begins singing some kind of ballad, when all of a sudden “Big Red” is shot a number of occasions. Dave, trying somewhat deadpan by all of this, recommends Bacitracin® ointment for Alan’s a number of gunshot wounds.

Episode 104

James Caan, Nelly Furtado

air day: 2001-02-21

Throughout the night time, Don Hewitt (aka the Man on Fire) is body-checked by a number of New York Rangers; throughout Mailbag, an viewers lady names her canine in honor of Dave (“Come along, ***hole”); Nelly Furtado performs “I’m Like A Bird.”

Episode 105

Benicio Del Toro, Shaggy

air day: 2001-02-22

George Clarke interrogates celebrites finally night time’s Grammys; ten grade-schoolers from Bowie, Maryland current the Top Ten; reside by way of phone, Dr. Henry Kissinger says the identify of an viewers member; Shaggy performs “It Wasn’t Me.”

Episode 106

Bill O’Reilly, Jim Gaffigan

air day: 2001-02-23

Sam Moore (of Sam & Dave) and Billy Preston sit in; Kansas State University excessive jumper Nathen Leeper cannot display his skills on 53rd Street due to a snowstorm; throughout Mailbag, Alan smears macaroni & cheese into his hair, whereas “police chief” Bill DeLace threatens the viewers; Nathan throws a dummy over the excessive bounce bar.

Episode 107

Kevin Pollack, Dave Matthews Band

air day: 2001-02-26

Dave exhibits off his model new desk, then complains that he has nothing price asking to “Survivor: Outback” loser Kimmi Kappenberg; Les Moonves and “Fidel Castro” (Tony) exit for lunch.

Episode 108

Heather Locklear, Allison Krauss, Gillian Welch, Emmylou Harris, The Soggy Bottom Boys

air day: 2001-02-27

Dave exhibits the lady/duck and “rabid dingo” clips but once more; Dave discusses the brand new concept meteorite could show life on Mars, prompting Alan Kalter to go berserk with conspiracy theories; Emmylou Harris, Gillian Welch, Alison Krauss and Dan Timinski and the Soggy Bottom Boys carry out a medley of songs from the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Episode 109

Tom Brokaw, Leslie Bibb

air day: 2001-02-28

Dave broadcasts that after a latest awkward expertise, he’ll now not attend community conferences of any type; Les Moonves and Fidel/Inky proceed consuming lunch; Dave exhibits footage of President Bush accurately announcing “contingencies.”

Episode 110

Martin Short, Jake Johannsen

air day: 2001-03-01

Dave sheds extra mild on his rant from the earlier night time, asking Paul if an community exec has ever mentioned to him, “Do you have a problem with me?” Also, Martin Short performs a musical quantity concerning the latest one-year anniversary of Dave’s return to tv, complete with dancing nurses.

Episode 111

Michael Imperiloli, Josh Joplin Group

air day: 2001-03-02

Mailbag: “My son Tommy turns five on Saturday. Will you come to his party?” Dave says he’d like to, then drives over to the child’s home. The magic of a celeb visitor look is hampered, nevertheless, when Tommy admits that he needed Leno as an alternative.

Episode 112

Janet Jackson, Jill Scott

air day: 2001-03-12

Dave introduces himself as “David Letterman… TV badass”; Dave discusses the dealing with of the non-surviving Survivor: Outback contestants, then wonders if they’re going to put him on probation for his conduct; Jill Scott sings “Love Rain.”

Episode 113

Denis Leary, Anne Bancroft & Liv Arnesen

air day: 2001-03-13

Throughout the night time, Pat Farmer shoots hoops on the roof.

Episode 114

Cokie Roberts, Uncle Kracker

air day: 2001-03-14

Dave says he is completed sending lemon bushes to visitors he could have irritated, then makes his NCAA Tournament picks. Also, all through the night time, Pat Farmer shoots hoops on the roof.

Episode 115

Antonio Banderas, Nick Cave

air day: 2001-03-19

The swimsuit that Paul’s carrying tonight reminds Dave of Colonel Harland Sanders; the band performs songs by The Mamas and the Papas, in honor of the just lately deceased John Philips; Dave rants about Tivo; after Dave mentions that the Survivor runners-up obtain items once they seem on Rosie O’Donnell’s speak present, newest loser Alicia Callaway brags about her new recliner and flat display screen TV.

Episode 116

Kristin Davis, Grant Paulsen

air day: 2001-03-20

Johnny Johnson and James Burton sit in with the band; Dave exhibits footage of MIR returning to earth, solely to decimate the camp the place [i]Survivor: Outback[/i] was filmed; Alan rants about why The Bay City Rollers aren’t within the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, then all of a sudden begins singing “Saturday Night.”

Episode 117

Jerry Seinfeld, Paul Simon

air day: 2001-03-21

Dave introduces the bandleader as “Paul W. Shaffer”; the “spring flying rat migration” is noticed outdoors; Bill DeLace does a hidden-camera Top Ten inside a magnificence salon.

Episode 118

George Carlin, Powderfinger

air day: 2001-03-26

A section known as “What We Love about Spring in New York” finds George Clarke in his favourite sundress and Harold Larkin beating the crap out of a pay cellphone. Also, Dave refuses to learn #1 on tonight’s Top Ten as a result of he disagrees with the joke (“Gladiator sucks!”).

Episode 119

Nathan Lane, Shannon Elizabeth, Cast of The Producers

air day: 2001-03-27

Dave broadcasts he is feuding with AOL, claiming that they are “a rinky dink little deal” and that the “bastard geeks” are monitoring his e-mail; the Top Ten is aborted; Nathan Lane performs a quantity from the recent Broadway present The Producers.

Episode 120

Jennifer Love Hewitt, Train

air day: 2001-03-28

A extremely tall man (roughly 6′ 8″) sits in with the band; Biff goes to Chappaqua, New York to gather gossip on the Clintons; Train performs “Drops of Jupiter.”

Episode 121

Johnny Knoxville, The Go-Go’s

air day: 2001-03-29

Paul’s weekend plans are by some means integrated into “Know Your Current Events,” whereas Dave lastly meets his hero du jour, Johnny Knoxville of Jackass.

Episode 122

Isabella Rossellini, Wendy Lieberman

air day: 2001-03-30

At the top of the monologue, Dave does his suit-modeling shtick; throughout Mailbag, Dave will get included on this 12 months’s Academy Award “In Memoriam” reel; Dave decides that any longer he’ll do one factor every night to bother CBS, and for starters, he yawns repeatedly.

Episode 123

Craig Kilborn, Warren Zevon

air day: 2001-04-02

Dave and Paul announce that on Friday a 40-piece orchestra shall be sitting in onstage later within the week; Dave rants about AOL once more; Warren Zevon performs “I Was within the House When the House Burned Down.”

Episode 124

Hugh Grant, Sade

air day: 2001-04-03

Dave claims he is been sending tons of obscene e-mail to AOL and that is able to sue them for monitoring everybody’s messages; Biff makes his annual go to to Yankees Spring Training; after Dave brings up David Copperfield’s newest stunt “The Tornado of Fire,” we go to the boiler room for George Clarke’s “The Tornado of Soup,” during which a number of buckets full of soup are thrown at him.

Episode 125

Paul Reubens, Run DMC & Stephan Jenkins

air day: 2001-04-04

The “Late Show All-Star Security Camera” finds 70’s sitcom star Gabe Kaplan making an attempt to sneak contained in the theater; Dave and Gaines argue over a Top Ten record which may be too offensive to air on TV, however Dave reads it anyway; Alan rants concerning the upcoming last episode of Xena: Warrior Princess, and to nobody’s shock, falls to the bottom and sobs within the fetal place.

Episode 126

David Spade, Amanda & Jonny Schwebel

air day: 2001-04-05

Dave tells a prolonged “driving residence on 684” story, and later he chats with a pair of fraturnal twins that just lately interviewed former President Clinton.

Episode 127

Carson Daley, Jann Karem, The CBS Giant Orchestra

air day: 2001-04-06

After 4 days within the making, it is “Orchestra Night” at the Late Show, with fifty combined strings, brass, and woodwind players taking up nearly the entire stage; during Mailbag, Paul and Dave settle a small claims dispute on the new daytime law program “Tony Mendez: Angry Cuban Judge”; Carson Daly is introduced to the tune of Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir”; Dave will get a free harp lesson.

Episode 128

Mike Krzyzewski, Semisonic

air day: 2001-04-09

Dave fumes over the reworked DVD version of Lawrence of Arabia, and Jerry Foley letterboxes Dave and turns him blue to indicate the house viewers what Daddy noticed on the disc. Later, he chats with Coach Mike Krzyzewski of NCAA males’s hoops champ Duke University.

Episode 129

Renee Zellweger, Stephen Malkmus

air day: 2001-04-10

Episode 130

Holly Hunter, Idlewild

air day: 2001-04-11

Dave returns to final night time’s rant about his defective Lawrence of Arabia DVD, and broadcasts that the producers despatched him a brand new copy at present, and that it did the identical factor, thus main Dave to the conclusion that his Pioneer DVD participant was the issue all alongside. Later within the present, he flips by a catalog to choose a brand new participant.

Episode 131

Tom Green, Dr. Geoffrey Marcy

air day: 2001-04-12

Dave celebrates birthday #54 by repeatedly exhibiting a Gap advert that includes a really comely lady dancing/strolling; we’re handled to a clip present of a few of the numerous moments of the final 12 months, together with the “dingo” bite and the cottage cheese-loving duck; Maria mentions that Pioneer was willing to give Dave a new DVD player on-air, but Dave politely screamed “No!”; the Hi-Ho ladies carry out a large cake, and Biff delivers slices to the viewers.

Episode 132

LL Cool J, The Living End

air day: 2001-04-13

CBS Mailbag: “Who does your taxes?” Dave factors out that somebody named Jimmy does his taxes, and by way of flashback, we study Jimmy is definitely a canine. At the top of the section, Jimmy walks onstage to a standing ovation. Also, Dave claims Paul and Felicia have been married in Brussels, Belgium over the weekend, and ten accountants (together with Fred Nigro) current the Top Ten.

Episode 133

Liv Tyler, Billy Idol

air day: 2001-04-23

Dave appears to be like again in any respect the interviews he is executed with booted Survivor contestants, then offers his common cold-shoulder method to fifth place finisher Rodger Bingham.

Episode 134

Billy Crystal, The Bee-Gees

air day: 2001-04-24

Dave broadcasts the lady from the Gap commercials goes to be on the present later this month, after which grumbles that he is given the Gap® a number of free runs of the business and he hasn’t gotten any freebies from them. In a final ditch effort, Dave orders Jerry to run the business two extra occasions, and close to the top of the present he skims by their newest catalog.

Episode 135

Don Rickles, Jayson Williams

air day: 2001-04-25

Dave reviews CBS gross sales figures the Late Show has run about $750,000 price of free Gap® commercials to this point, and for the primary fifteen minutes of the present Tony accounts the free gadgets Dave could or might not be receiving (a $640 worth). In honor of getting “Gap Girl” Melissa Bernheim on the present tomorrow night time, George Clarke does his personal model of the scintillating business.

Episode 136

Sylvester Stallone, Green Day

air day: 2001-04-26

Throughout the night time, “Gap Girl” Melissa Bernheim dances onstage; Dave mentions his victory at last night’s American Comedy Awards; Dave says CBS will air this year’s semi-controversial Miss Universe on May 11, so “Miss France, Elodie Gossuin” (Gerard) makes an attempt to place at relaxation the concept that Miss France is male, with little conviction.

Episode 137

John Goodman, Jeff Stilson

air day: 2001-04-27

Melissa Bernheim dances onstage once more; throughout Mailbag, Dave’s center preliminary is added to the theatre marquee, but when falls off and kills a man; John Goodman does his personal model of dance, after which offers Dave a jar of cocktail okra.

Episode 138

Kirsten Dunst, Cirque de Soleil

air day: 2001-04-30

Dave feedback on Survivor contestant Elizabeth Filarski’s hair loss and the way the producers of the present didn’t come to her support; Dave (repeatedly) exhibits a clip from final night time’s reside efficiency of On Golden Pond, throughout which he rants about censorship after the clip exhibits a boy saying “bulls***ting'” somewhat than stand by Maria’s desk, Dave invitations Elizabeth to sit down down; Kirsten Dunst celebrates her 19th birthday.

Episode 139

Matthew Broderick, Brandi Chastain

air day: 2001-05-01

Dave says the women on employees on the Empire State Building gave him a non-public viewing on the Hayden Planetarium. Also, Dave exhibits a (faux) clip of The Weakest Link the place “Anne Robinson” (Kathleen Ankers) goes on a profanity-laced tirade.

Episode 140

Regis Philbin, David Gray

air day: 2001-05-02

Dave tells a number of “It was so sizzling today…” jokes; the outside cam catches a doctor at a sidewalk booth doing laser eye surgery with a magnifying glass; Dave plays the background music from “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” throughout his newest chat with Regis.

Episode 141

Bill Murray, Stevie Nicks

air day: 2001-05-03

Dave broadcasts he is the actual Survivor; all sixteen of the present’s most up-to-date contestants current the Top Ten; Stevie Nicks performs “Candlebright.”

Episode 142

Joan Cusack, Andy Kindler

air day: 2001-05-04

Shuggie Otis sits in on guitar, and later the band performs his one and solely hit, “Strawberry Letter 23.” Also, throughout Mailbag, Gerard and his faux son Timmy touch upon the pending author’s strike.

Episode 143

Tina Wesson, Kate Hudson, The Blind Boys of Alabama

air day: 2001-05-07

Dave mentions the Kentucky Derby, then whines about not getting to listen to Dave Johnson saying “…and down the stretch they arrive!” Luckily, the opposite Dave does it for Daddy by cellphone. Later, Dave (the host) chats with Survivor: Outback champion Tina Wesson.

Episode 144

Uma Thurman, Blues Traveler

air day: 2001-05-08

Episode 145

Kid Scientists, Juliette Lewis

air day: 2001-05-09

In her first look on the present, intuitive Deborah Lynn makes an attempt to get George Clooney’s cellphone quantity. She offers Dave a random quantity, however it’s invalid. After the primary business break, Dave asks her to seek out Pamela Anderson’s quantity, however he finally ends up chatting with the proprietor of a trucking firm in Idaho.

Episode 146

Jenna Elfman, Destiny’s Child

air day: 2001-05-10

Dave rants about final night time’s Country Music Awards, claiming it isn’t “actual nation” anymore; Harold Larkin addresses an necessary labor concern till the whistle blows and he has to return to work; Jenna Elfman tells a humorous (albeit prolonged) story about donating bone marrow.

Episode 147

Heath Ledger, Lewis Black

air day: 2001-05-11

Mailbag: “I’m going to see a film this weekend. Which one ought to I see?” Dave introduces a segment called “Kenny Sheehan’s Movie Review,” throughout which the stagehand watches a film, after which hates it a lot he destroys the projector. Also, Dave needs his mother (reside by way of satellite tv for pc) a Happy Mother’s Day, so a stand-in for Dave offers Dorothy a hug, and later they chug a couple of Heinekens.

Episode 148

Charlie Sheen, Missy Elliot

air day: 2001-05-14

Dave calls Art Kelly (the theater receptionist) a few probably offensive joke from final Fridays’ monologue involving Miss Columbia and having smuggling heroin as her expertise. Dave apologizes (kind of) to a Columbian consulate, then goes on with the remainder of present. Also, “Biff Henderson’s America” takes a take a look at the hamlet of Whiting, Maine.

Episode 149

John Travolta, R.E.M.

air day: 2001-05-15

Returning to final night time’s controversy, Dave broadcasts Miss Columbia 2001 shall be a visitor on Thursday’s present, then profusely apologizes for the heroin-smuggling comment; Dave exhibits an advert for CNN’s season-ending cliffhanger; R.E.M. performs “All the Way to Reno (You’re Going To Be a Star”).

Episode 150

Mike Myers, David Byrne

air day: 2001-05-16

Dave tells a string of “It’s so dry…” jokes during the monologue; David Byrne performs “Like Humans Do.”

Episode 151

Andrea Noceti, Jack Hannah, Ricky Martin

air day: 2001-05-17

A technical concern close to Paul’s keyboards is repaired in the course of the primary act; Dave mentions cowl of The Weathergirls’ “It’s Raining Men” (written by Paul in 1983) is the #1 hit within the UK for the second week in a row; Dave apologizes in individual to Miss Columbia Andrea Noceli, then virtually forgets to offer her flowers.

Episode 152

Kelsey Grammar, Smothers Brothers

air day: 2001-05-18

Mailbag: harp participant Gloria Agostini performs reside accompaniment for the chin-rubbing flashbacks, Anton feeds his goldfish chips and salsa, and Tony ruins the season finale of The Sopranos by dropping the bombshell en espanol.

Episode 153

Ray Romano, Dennis Tito

air day: 2001-05-21

Buddy Guy sits in on guitar; Dave congratulates Regis on his much-deserved Daytime Emmy win; Steph/Monty tells an amusing story about her incontinent Doberman; Alan Kalter has a particular message for the 5 wives of a just lately convicted polygamist in Colorado City, Utah.

Episode 154

Stupid Human Tricks, Ellen DeGeneres

air day: 2001-05-22

Dave exhibits the viewers his favourite (bogus) second from final night time’s present: astronaut/billionaire Dennis Tito vaporizing Dave’s head with his laser eyes. Also, Ellen Degeneres promotes an upcoming cable particular, whereas a Stupid Human Trick is carried out twice.

Episode 155

Alec Baldwin, Yogi Berra

air day: 2001-05-23

Ray Benson sits in; “NYPD Chief of Police” William DeLace gives tips to college grads; baseball great Lawrence “Yogi” Berra promotes his autobiography.

Episode 156

Tom Brokaw, Badly Drawn Boy

air day: 2001-05-24

Dave celebrates Bob Dylan’s 60th birthday with live performance footage of a really previous man struggling to play the guitar; Tony Orlando interrupts Dave to sing an authentic quantity about Memorial Day; Badly Drawn Boy (aka Damon Gough) performs “Once Around the Block.”

Episode 157

Danny DeVito, Larry Miller

air day: 2001-05-25

Mailbag: “Have you ever seen the Monkey Man?” Dave introduces the Monkey Man, who as any keen-eyed viewer can attest, is actually Gerard Mulligan in disguise. Monkey Man shows us a clip what is supposed to be his footage of him wrecking havoc, but instead it’s him superimposed on Shecky’s “monkey washing the cat” stock footage. Afterward, Dave observes, “That’s it. That’s the bottom we have sunk… ever.”

Episode 158

Helio Castroneves, Tom Dreesen, Lucinda Williams

air day: 2001-06-04

Dave presents the brand new studio flooring, which is now darkish blue after a number of years of being crimson pink; Dave admits he is having issues with his pc; Biff mentions that he is misplaced twenty kilos within the final month, then introduces yet one more “Fun with a Bullhorn” section.

Episode 159

David Duchovny, Trisha Yearwood

air day: 2001-06-05

Paul unintentionally interrupts the monologue by getting attacked by a bee in the course of the monologue, and Dave offers him grief for the rest of the present.

Episode 160

Jimmy Fallon, The Black Crowes

air day: 2001-06-06

It’s time for a section known as “For the Kids.” George Clarke hogs the eye of an ice cream vendor, a Toys r Us worker takes a bow, Tony makes an attempt to show primary phrases in Spanish earlier than occurring one other one in all his rants, and Alan offers delivery.

Episode 161

Dan Rather, Elvis Costello & Anne Sofie von Otter

air day: 2001-06-07

Dave drones on and on a few buzzkill staffer who declined Dave’s supply of a free apple; in honor of this unknown staffer, Paul reprises his hit music “Lumpy Colon”; Dave repeats Rupert’s very first “bothering individuals” bit from 1994.

Episode 162

Andy Dick, Brian Regan

air day: 2001-06-08

During Mailbag, Dave is repelled by President Bush’s daughter “Debbie” (Gerard); ten CBS affiliate weathermen current the Top Ten; Andy Dick promotes Go Fish.

Episode 163

Marv Albert, Sugar Ray

air day: 2001-06-11

Dave criticizes the Los Angeles Lakers’ “pixie” jerseys; Dave exhibits information footage of a bear in any individual’s swimming pool, after which claims it is his yard; Paul introduces some dweeb bouncing on a large pink seaside ball.

Episode 164

Luke Perry, Jim White

air day: 2001-06-12

Paul wins the most recent spherical of “Late Show Pay Phone Trifecta”; Dave chats with Steph/Monty via telephone to discuss a blind date that never happened; the “Top Ten Other Television Shows Produced by Saddam Hussein” is sponsored by Altoids.

Episode 165

Kim Cattrell, Mary Chapin Carpenter

air day: 2001-06-13

Dave helps Paul with some pc issues; in honor of the approaching demise of Bozo the Clown, Dave exhibits (bogus) footage of the kiddie present star; Tony Mendez tries to assist NYC’s repute by going out and giving a vacationer some assist, solely to finish up shoplifting a VCR at a electronics retailer.

Episode 166

Star Jones, blink-182

air day: 2001-06-14

Dave continues to debate the retirement of Bozo the Clown, however his remarks about huge, pink, ugly hair ends in an inevitable hissy match from Alan. Also, Dave honors the passing of Leonard Tepper with previous clips of “Leonard Tepper’s Hidden Video” and Dave directing him and Rupert on how one can annoy individuals.

Episode 167

Jon Stewart, David Brenner

air day: 2001-06-15

Mailbag: “Can I host the present for a couple of minutes?” Sure enough, viewer Jason Lynch is hosting the show, while Dave sits in the green room watching Leno. Also, Paul admits that he just can’t get the hang of one of Dave’s favorite phrases: “…and down the stretch they arrive!”

Episode 168

Dikenbe Mutombo, David Bowley, Cesaria Evora

air day: 2001-06-18

After Paul admits that he would not recall what he appears to be like like, Dave calls receptionist Art Kelly to ask if he is ever been formally launched to the bandleader. Art would not give Dave a straight reply.

Episode 169

Tom Arnold, David Sedaris

air day: 2001-06-19

Team Rahal racer Kenny Brack inexpicably sits in on guitar, whereas David Sedaris reads a variety from his new e book.

Episode 170

Jimmy Kimmel, PJ Harvey

air day: 2001-06-20

A remarkably slim and trim Biff introduces footage of him hanging out on the Grand Prix in Detroit. Also, Dave and Paul (of all individuals) discuss hair care, which proceeds into a brand new section known as “Hairpiece- Not a Hairpiece.”

Episode 171

Ewan McGregor, Moby

air day: 2001-06-21

Paul sits within the visitor chair for 5 minutes so he can promote Cover Wars, a brand new sport present he is internet hosting on VH1. Also, Alan broadcasts that Epil cease n’ spray is the brand new official sponsor of the Top Ten record, then exhibits video footage of it is hair “restoration” talents.

Episode 172

Chris Elliot, Harry Hill

air day: 2001-06-22

Mailbag: “What would you do if the world was coming to an finish?” Dave admits he doesn’t know much about this topic, so he introduces astrophysicist “Dr. Saul Perlmütter” (Gerard), who broadcasts that the world will finish considerably sooner than was beforehand thought; round Labor Day 2001, an eerie prediction.

Episode 173

John McCain, Shawn Wayans

air day: 2001-06-25

Dave has one other rant about his pc issues, claiming that Late Show techno-guru Walter Kim retains coming to his home on weekends to attempt to assist, however he steers away from insulting IBM due to an promoting settlement with CBS. Also, Dave brags out Max Papis’ (of Team Rahal) victory in final weekend’s Portland 200.

Episode 174

Catherine Zeta-Jones, Depeche Mode

air day: 2001-06-26

Dave continues to steam over his technological points; Catherine Zeta-Jones calls Dave “Jay” and profusely apologizes; Depeche Mode performs “I Feel Loved.”

Episode 175

Marlon Wayans, Alan Webb, Coldplay

air day: 2001-06-27

Dave’s pc issues solely worsen, as he could not identify a sure half he wanted, inflicting IBM to ship him the fallacious half. Also, Dave chats with prep athlete Alan Webb, the brand new nationwide highschool mile file holder.

Episode 176

Sean Hayes, Brian Wilson, Darrius Rucker, Matthew Sweet

air day: 2001-06-28

Dave goes on a spiel concerning the visitors on the interstate this morning; an “Incredible Dog Challenge” is held outside, with the winning dog jumping over a giant phony check for a million dollars; Brian Wilson, Darius Rucker, and Matthew Sweet perform The Beach Boys’ “Sail On Sailor.”

Episode 177

Tony Danza, Nick DiPaolo

air day: 2001-06-29

Mailbag: all of tonight’s letters are learn by James Earl Jones, George Clarke’s flashback to an evening of intercourse and playing is sponsored by Donald Trump’s Taj Mahal resort, and an alleged Late Show author is attacked by a bear.

Episode 178

Reese Witherspoon, Jonatha Brooke

air day: 2001-07-09

Dave broadcasts that he could have parasites crawling round head, prompting Paul to name him a “maggot mind”; Dave and Steph/Monty go over vacation pictures; Dave confirms that he has parasites by taking a sentence on a blue card too literally; a guy bouncing a giant tether ball to his head makes an appearance on “Is This Anything?”

Episode 179

Julia Roberts, Travis

air day: 2001-07-10

Dave broadcasts that Jude Brennan’s cousin (a parasite knowledgeable) has informed him that there is nothing to fret about. Also, on a remarkably star-studded night time, Puff Daddy seems for a particular Top Ten record, whereas Dave sees by Julia Robert’s shirt and asks her if she’s getting laid.

Episode 180

Edward Norton, Dido

air day: 2001-07-11

Dave grumbles concerning the lack of high quality visitors showing on the present, throughout which Paul feedback on his inappropriate query in direction of Julia Roberts (“Are you getting laid today?”) last night. Dave replies with “unique” footage of Paul asking Barbara Bush the same question. Also, Pat, Kenny, and Harold Larkin star in the new HBO series “Sexy Guys, Sexy City,” whereas a renegade blue card knocks out Tommy Lasorda.

Episode 181

Juliana Marguiles, George Miller

air day: 2001-07-12

Dave theorizes on the present’s 4 Emmy nominations (introduced earlier that day)- both nobody’s watching or the voters do not care anymore; for the second night time in a row, Alan is crushed up by a man twice his dimension; a comedy bit from Show #499 about Steve Martin’s preparations for showing as a visitor is repeated.

Episode 182

Vince Vaughn, Elayne Boosler

air day: 2001-07-13

Dave introduces “reside satellite tv for pc feed” of President Bush staring of into house; throughout Mailbag, Alan throws one in all tonight’s letter writers (performed by Jay Johnson) out of a fourth-story window; ten cooks current the Top Ten.

Episode 183

Piedmont Bird Callers, Hank Azaria, Maria McKee

air day: 2001-07-16

Rather than come out of nowhere, Dave orders the muscle man to pummel Alan; throughout a section known as “Summertime Leftovers,” Dave once again shows footage of his “look-alike” (himself, circa his morning show) playing “Camptown Races” on the fiddle; Simpsons star Hank Azaria plugs America’s Sweethearts.

Episode 184

Kelly Ripa, Bob Sarlotte

air day: 2001-07-17

Alan is caught nibbling on a pizza, however surprisingly would not get crushed up; Dave makes a snarky remark about Jay Leno’s chin; former David Letterman Show announcer Bob Sarlette talks soccer with Dave over the closing credit.

Episode 185

John McEnroe, Youssou N’Dour

air day: 2001-07-18

Alan orders a pizza, and the supply man beats him up; reside by way of satellite tv for pc from the Indianapolis suburbs, Dorothy celebrates her 80th birthday with a Dave impersonator and a fridge full of Colt 45®; John McEnroe is interviewed twice after Dave will get curious as to which fellow tennis gamers he is dated.

Episode 186

Jon Favreau, The Holmes Brothers

air day: 2001-07-19

Another pizza for Alan ends in one other beating for Alan; Dave exhibits a photograph of the FBI Building with the “I” missing; Joan Osbourne and The Holmes Brothers perform “Can’t No Grave Hold My Body Down.”

Episode 187

Billy Crystal, Al Lubel

air day: 2001-07-20

Dave brags about his mother’s 80th birthday “whoop-tee-doo and grabass” this weekend; throughout Mailbag, Dave rescues Paul from The Man on Fire; Billy Crystal clobbers the man who commonly beats up Alan.

Episode 188

Jeff Meyer, Christopher Walken, Widespread Panic

air day: 2001-07-23

A celebration for Calvert’s 80th birthday turns into an excuse for Dave to disregard him and flirt with the Hi-Ho ladies; Dave chats with Jeff Meyer, who named a poplar tree after Daddy; Christopher Walken talks about his latest look within the Fatboy Slim video “Weapon of Choice.”

Episode 189

Tom Selleck, David Rakoff

air day: 2001-07-24

Delbert McClinton sits in; Steph/Monty (reside by way of phone from the 12th flooring) discusses in size her plans from final weekend; Tom Selleck introduces an previous film clip of him, after which performs the ukulele.

Episode 190

Mark Wahlberg, Michael Lomonaco, Tegan & Sara

air day: 2001-07-25

Dave proudly broadcasts that he is carrying orange socks tonight, however solely so he can shove Steph’s face right into a birthday cake after the present; Alan will get beat up but once more, and stays bruised and bloodied for the remainder of the present; Mark Wahlberg promotes the remake of Planet of the Apes.

Episode 191

Greg Kinnear, Afro Celt Sound System & Peter Gabriel

air day: 2001-07-26

The tambourine participant sitting in with the band beats up Alan; Dave exhibits one other previous comedy clip to kill time (Show #818, Dave’s harassment of supply individuals); Greg Kinnear tells Dave what it is prefer to pilot a single-engine airplane.

Episode 192

Marilu Henner, Hugh Fink

air day: 2001-07-27

Mailbag: “How lengthy has Paul been bald?” Dave fears that this is likely to be a delicate query, however Paul rubs his chin anyway. A flashback reveals that Paul used to have a protracted, wavy mane earlier than an accident with Dave’s chemistry set turned him right into a bald, hideous freak. Vowing revenge, Paul turns right into a superhero and eggs Dave’s automotive.

Episode 193

Kristin Davis, Nanci Griffith, Mark Borschardt

air day: 2001-07-30

Some man dressed up as “Lance Armstrong” comes onstage on a bicycle and beats up Alan, then runs over to Hello Deli to pummel Rupert. Later, Dave exhibits photographs of him stuffing Steph/Monty’s face right into a birthday cake, whereas filmmakers Mark Borchardt and Mike Shank go to Comic-Con.

Episode 194

Sean Combs

air day: 2001-07-31

Dave makes Rupert play a deli-themed model of “Beat the Clock.” Later, after his dialog with Sean Combs goes longer than anticipated, Dave is compelled to talk with newsanchor Daljit Dhaliwal for just a few seconds.

Episode 195

Lance Armstrong, Thora Birch, Jamie O’Neal

air day: 2001-08-01

Episode 196

Nicole Kidman, Iggy Pop

air day: 2001-08-02

Episode 197

Antonio Banderas, Jeffrey Ross

air day: 2001-08-03

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