Dave picks up a new joke from the Joke Machine; Chris Elliott spoofs cable-access talk show host Johnny Willowitch as "Johnny Graham"; Connie Gordon gives Dave an art lesson with a nude model named Laura.
As Robin Williams appears to promote Dead Poets' Society, a cameraman slips into the Guild Theater across the street to broadcast the film on the air. Later, Dave meets special effects guru Dieter Sturm.
Appearing this weekend in Atlantic City, it's "David Letterman's Amazing Monkeys." Also, in a rare American television appearance, XTC performed "King for a Day."
A celebrity roast for Larry "Bud" Melman goes awry; Dave chats with 1989 Daytona 500 champ Darrell Waltrip; Billy Bragg performed"Waiting for the Great Leap Forward."
It's "Baked Potato Night" as the starchy culinary delicacies are heated in a microwave oven and then tossed to the audience; paddleboard artist Nickey Redavid attempts to paddle with a spud; LNDL receptionist Joe Furey revels in the success of his Moleman character.
It's the annual lighting of the "Rockefeller Christmas Tree": Shortly after it's lighted, giant beavers proceed to eat it, causing it to topple to the ground and cause another refinery inferno. Dave shows the audience his early Christmas gift from NBC head honcho Brandon Tartikoff: a glass box that crumbles. Also, the great Lauren Bacall promotes Dinner at Eight and underground cartoonist Matt Groening plugs his new TV show.moreless
Al Maher is rewarded with his very own New York fishing license during "Viewer Mail"; Larry Bud reads the Late Night Pledge for the '90s; Rinaldi & Karina (the world's oldest acrobats) prance around the studio catwalk; after weeks of jokes, Dave finally meets Giants kicker Bjorn Nittmo.
Dave shares a story about a stray dog he found in the rain; Chris Elliott and his dad Bob (of Bob & Ray fame) appear to promote their the book they wrote together, "Daddy's Boy"; Larry "Bud" fields audience questions in full naval uniform.
A Salute to Bastille Day, as the Late Night Crash-Cam tears down prison walls; during Viewer Mail, Chris Elliott compares satin finish and gloss varnish; during a PSA, Larry "Bud" is accidentally smacked in the back with a real wooden board; Rachele Cappelli performed "Emotions."
The Late Night Crash-Cam destroys some glass balls; Flunky the Clown makes another acerbic visit during Viewer Mail; Dave and Bob Hope try to "visit" Live at Five but are unable to get past the locked doors.
Tonight is "Amber Waves of Dave." In a live remote from Eudora, Kansas, field artist Stan Herd plows through a wheat field while spelling out the word "DAVE." Later, Chris Elliott makes his second and final appearance as "Johnny Graham" (not Johnny Willowitch).