More Lil’ Sebastian: Parks And Rec and 9 other shows we could’ve watched for eternity 

This week’s question comes from our own editor, Sean O’ Neal, in honor of all the season (and series) finales we’ve sat through the last couple weeks: 

David Letterman says he wishes he'd quit Late Show a decade ago

It’s been three years since the Foo Fighters played David Letterman off for his final installment of Late Show, his long-running CBS late-night chat show-slash-exploration of one man’s surreal contempt for the vast majority of the entertainment biz. Letterman’s kept himself pretty busy in the intervening span of time,…

David Letterman roasts the Trump administration in new interview

David Letterman has emerged from what we assume is a beard growing lab to share his thoughts on the Donald Trump administration in a new interview with New York magazine. His reaction to the presidency appears both horrified, obsessed, and just a wee bit unhinged. “I’m sorry for rambling,” he says at one point. “I’m…

David Letterman calls Trump “damaged,” suggests he needs a psychiatrist

Watching a giggly Jimmy Fallon lob softballs at a smirking Donald Trump on The Tonight Show last month, surely we weren’t the only ones wistfully thinking, “What would David Letterman have done in this situation?” Well, now that question is no longer hypothetical, as Letterman gave an interview to The New York Times …

Ball State to re-create “The David Letterman Experience” with Letterman’s actual set

Ever since he retired in May of this year, there’s been a large David Letterman-shaped hole in our hearts and TV screens. Sure, Stephen Colbert’s taken over the job, to impressive results. But that doesn’t mean we can’t occasionally pine for simpler days, when a celebrity guest would appear on The Late Show and…

Bob Dylan will be David Letterman’s final musical guest

After a two-decade absence from the show, it’s been announced that Bob Dylan will be the final musical guest on The Late Show With David Letterman. The veteran folk rocker will appear on the show’s penultimate episode, set to air on Tuesday, May 19. He’ll be joined for the episode by Bill Murray, as well as milestones…

Read This: David Letterman and his former writers share the best unaired jokes

When The Late Show With David Letterman airs its final episode on Wednesday, May 20, it won’t just be the end of a program that has provided thousands upon thousands of hours of comedy. Nor will it just mean the end of an era of late-night television, though that will also be true. Most importantly for some, it means…

David Letterman’s final Late Show will be May 20

It may still be over five months away, but the official countdown now begins: his Worldwide Pants production house announced that May 20, 2015 will be David Letterman’s final appearance as host of CBS’ The Late Show. Given that we’ve known since April that Letterman was retiring next year—not to mention we’ve had…

David Letterman’s longtime cue card guy fired for assaulting a staff writer

Tony “Inky” Mendez, who served as David Letterman’s cue card guy for 21 years, will narrowly miss out on seeing Letterman to the end, after being fired for assault. According to the New York Post, Tony—who’s often been seen on screen as Letterman jokes around with him, and who also hosts the behind-the-scenes online…

Watch David Letterman’s tribute to his friend Robin Williams

The Late Show With David Letterman took last week off, so fans hadn’t yet heard Letterman’s thoughts about the death of Robin Williams, his friend for 38 years. But Letterman obliged on last night’s show with a heartbreaking, 10-minute tribute to his pal, who’d appeared almost 50 times on The Late Show. The tribute,…