Watch David Letterman's Final Goodbye
The 68-year-old veteran of late night TV, David Letterman hosted his final show last night, ending his 33-year career.
Show number 6028 opened with four US presidents satirically announcing “The nightmare is over”.
The Top 10 list was epic, counted down by big name celebrities including Bill Murray, Jerry Seinfeld, Barbara Walters, & Jim Carrey to name a few.
The show ran 17 minutes long as Dave said goodbye to a long list of friends, family and co-workers.
Dave started in 1982 on NBC’s “Late Nite” before moving over to CBS in 1993 to host “The Late Show”
The latter entity will see Stephen Colbert take over the hosting chair in September.
If you missed last night’s final show because it was too late… not to worry! Watch everything you missed below:
David Letterman’s Monologue
Our Long National Nightmare is Over
A Day in a Life of David Letterman
Top Ten: Things I’ve Always Wanted to Say To Dave
The Best of David Letterman and Kids
Foo Fighters: “Everlong”
David Letterman Works at Taco Bell
David Letterman Wishes Good Luck to Stephen Colbert
David Letterman’s Final Thank You and Good Night
Derringer, Ryan and Mo go through some of the best Letterman moments: