Some articles on late, late show, show, shows:
... Highly promoted prior to its premiere on the late night scene, ratings for the debut episode were higher than both CBS's Late Show with David Letterman and ABC's Nightline combined, with a 7.1 ... In comparison, the final show with Leno averaged an 8.8 rating in metered-market households ... on Tuesday to a 3.5 on Friday, though the latter still exceeded that evening's 2.7 rating for Late Show ...
... The following is a partial list of recurring comedy bits that now appear on the show on a sporadic basis, as well as other notable bits from the show's past Alan Kalter's "Are You F*cking Kidding Me?" segment ... are there to promote their latest television program, which end up being parodies of existing shows (e.g ... Often they explain that the development of their new shows are due to the failure of their previous efforts ...
... summer tour of North America, including his 15 July appearance on Late Show with David Letterman ... During the Late Show taping, McCartney and his band performed a seven song mini-concert atop the Ed Sullivan Theater marquee, but only "Get Back" and "Sing the Changes" were featured in the ... The appearance on Late Show preceded McCartney's three-night concert series at Citi Field in New York City, as the first music concerts to occur at the new stadium ...
... Late Show Fun Facts is a book that was published in 2008 by Hyperion Books ... It was written by David Letterman and the Late Show writers ...
... Late Show Fun Facts (sketch) David Letterman Television shows The David Letterman Show (1980) Late Night with David Letterman (1982–1993) Late Show with David Letterman (1993–present ... Lanigan Racing Worldwide Pants Incorporated Related topics Ball State University Late Show Fun Facts List of David Letterman sketches Madonna on Late ...
Famous quotes containing the words show and/or late:
“I might show facts as plain as day:
But, since your eyes are blind, youd say,
Where? What? and turn away.”
—Christina Georgina Rossetti (18301894)
“The poem refreshes life so that we share,
For a moment, the first idea . . . It satisfies
Belief in an immaculate beginning
And sends us, winged by an unconscious will,
To an immaculate end. We move between these points:
From that ever-early candor to its late plural....”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)