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  • Season 22
    • 2015/05/20
      2015/05/20
      Episode 05.20.15
      5/20/15
      9.5

      THE LAST SHOW: a preview of what the May 21st monologue would have looked like; an all-celebrity Top Ten; an encore of the Taco Bell remote from 1996; a short documentary about a typical day behind the scenes at the Late Show; Dave thanks the staff, his family, and the audience; Foo Fighters play "Everlong" to a montage of 33 years of indelible images.

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    • 2015/05/19
      2015/05/19
      Episode 05.19.15
      5/19/15
      9.3

      Footage (real) of an Alabama televangelist mentioning Dave and the Top Ten List in mid-sermon; one last "CBS Affiliate Roundup" finds local news anchors confusing the name of Dave's show; Regis interrupts the monologue to bid farewell to a bemused Dave; a montage of Rupert hidden-camera remotes from the '90s; Bill Murray jumps out of a cake, smears Dave's suit with frosting, goads Dave into drinking Slovenian vodka, and starts a chant on 53rd Street; Bob Dylan performs the old Frank Sinatra song "The Night We Called It a Day."

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    • 2015/05/18
      2015/05/18
      Episode 05.18.15
      5/18/15
      7.0

      A "preview" of Dave two weeks after retirement; Dave chides Biff for wearing his headset during an all-staff Top Ten; Tom Hanks talks Venice ("birthplace of the Renaissance") and demonstrates a selfie stick; Eddie Vedder and the CBS Orchestra perform "Better Man."

    • 2015/05/15
      2015/05/15
      Episode 05.15.15
      5/15/15
      0.0

      Dave and George Clooney are still handcuffed from the previous night; a look at series finales from years past; Oprah Winfrey (in her second appearance since 1988) discusses her all-girls school near Johannesburg, gives Dave retirement advice, and takes a selfie with our host; after performing the last stand-up set on LSDL ever, Norm Macdonald shares some personal thoughts on Dave.

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    • 2015/05/14
      2015/05/14
      Episode 05.14.15
      5/14/15
      0.0

      Dave congratulates staffer Mark Erbaugh on his newborn daughter; Al Pacino wanders in to help count down the Top Ten; George Clooney handcuffs himself to Dave, who inquires about the movie star's lawyer wife; Tom Waits attempts to sit between George and Dave, then performs "Take One Last Look."

    • 2015/05/13
      2015/05/13
      Episode 05.13.15
      5/13/15
      6.5

      Dave catches several staffers napping on the job; Gene Cornish of The Rascals sits in with the band; Julia Roberts walks out in a Late Show jacket and has one last flirt with Dave; Paul steps away from the keyboard to talk about his 33-year partnership with Dave; an accompanying music video set to "On Broadway"; Ryan Adams performed "Starting to Hurt."

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    • 2015/05/12
      2015/05/12
      Episode 05.12.15
      5/12/15
      0.0
      Bill Clinton; Adam Sandler.
    • 2015/05/11
      2015/05/11
      Episode 05.11.15
      5/11/15
      0.0
      Howard Stern; Don Rickles.
    • 2015/05/08
      2015/05/08
      Episode 05.08.15
      5/8/15
      0.0

      Ray Romano, comedian Brian Regan, and Dave Matthews Band are the scheduled guests. Plus, a tribute to Dave's Mom!

    • 2015/05/07
      2015/05/07
      Episode 05.07.15
      5/7/15
      0.0

      Pat Farmer interrupts the monologue to give Dave his bank PIN; several jokes about the upcoming documentary I Am Big Bird; posthumous retirement wishes from Osama; Tina Fey declares she'll never wear a dress on a talk show again, then strips down to a pair of Spanx; First Aid Kit covers one of Dave's favorite songs, Simon & Garfunkel's "America."

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    • 2015/05/06
      2015/05/06
      Episode 05.06.15
      5/6/15
      8.0

      Cher interrupts the monologue to call Dave an a**hole one last time; tonight's classic clip is "Fun With Car Phones" from 1993; Martin Short shares some showbiz horror stories, then performs a lavish musical number acknowledging Dave's... er, death; Norah Jones performed "Don't Know Why."

    • 2015/05/05
      2015/05/05
      Episode 05.05.15
      5/5/15
      0.0

      Reese Witherspoon, Nathan Lane with Marc Shaiman, and Mumford & Sons are the scheduled guests.

    • 2015/05/04
      2015/05/04
      Episode 05.04.15
      5/4/15
      7.0

      Todd Seda is caught daydreaming about Joe Biden; "Harry Carey" (Will Ferrell) interrupts the monologue; President Obama sits with Dave for three segments, discussing from racial unrest to the economy; The Avett Brothers and Brandi Carlile performed "Keep on the Sunnyside."

    • 2015/05/01
      2015/05/01
      Episode 05.01.15
      5/1/15
      7.5

      Dave discovers that Colleen Boyle (a woman whose Viewer Mail question was answered in person in 1986) is sitting in the audience; footage of a woman overacting in an informercial; a montage of memorable guest moments; Steve Martin promotes his new musical; an encore of "Steve and Dave's Gay Vacation" from 1998; Steve, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Amos Lee, Ralph Stanley, and Mark O'Connor perform "Will the Circle Be Unbroken."

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    • 2015/04/30
      2015/04/30
      Episode 04.30.15
      4/30/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/29
      2015/04/29
      Episode 04.29.15
      4/29/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/28
      2015/04/28
      Episode 04.28.15
      4/28/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/27
      2015/04/27
      Episode 04.27.15
      4/27/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/24
      2015/04/24
      Episode 04.24.15
      4/24/15
      8.5

      Michael J. Muller sits in again; a promo for the "Vatican City Climate Change Summit"; a montage of Biff Henderson's remotes; Jerry Seinfeld does the exact same stand-up set he did in May 1982, then trades seats with Dave for a rare sitdown; Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires cover Warren Zevon's "Mutineer."

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    • 2015/04/23
      2015/04/23
      Episode 04.23.15
      4/23/15
      0.0

      Michael J. Muller sits in for Felicia; an update on Biff's bum knee; Dave acknowledges "Take Your Otter to Work Day"; footage of Pope Francis channeling Jackie Mason; tonight's classic clip is the LA convertible remote from November 1995; Robert Downey Jr. promotes the Avengers sequel and shares a heartwarming story about a boy's prosthetic arm; in their final LSDL appearances, Chris Russo talks baseball and Elvis Costello performs a medley of "Everyday I Write the Book" and Nick Lowe's "When I Write the Book."

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    • 2015/04/22
      2015/04/22
      Episode 04.22.15
      4/22/15
      0.0

      Two Koch brother lookalikes are spotted in the audience; an encore of the Buzz Aldrin/Daytime Emmys remote; Art the receptionist presents the Top Ten; Bruce Willis walks onstage in a poor facsimile of his 1985 haircut; a montage of past Bruce appearances; Jim Gaffigan talks about flying through LaGuardia; Dawes performed "Things Happen."

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    • 2015/04/21
      2015/04/21
      Episode 04.21.15
      4/21/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/20
      2015/04/20
      Episode 04.20.15
      4/20/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/17
      2015/04/17
      Episode 04.17.15
      4/17/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/16
      2015/04/16
      Episode 04.16.15
      4/16/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/15
      2015/04/15
      Episode 04.15.15
      4/15/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/14
      2015/04/14
      Episode 04.14.15
      4/14/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/13
      2015/04/13
      Episode 04.13.15
      4/13/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/10
      2015/04/10
      Episode 04.10.15
      4/10/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/09
      2015/04/09
      Episode 04.09.15
      4/9/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/08
      2015/04/08
      Episode 04.08.15
      4/8/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/07
      2015/04/07
      Episode 04.07.15
      4/7/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/06
      2015/04/06
      Episode 04.06.15
      4/6/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/03
      2015/04/03
      Episode 04.03.15
      4/3/15
      8.5

      "Mayor de Blasio" interrupts the monologue to congratulate Dave on 6,000 (NBC and CBS combined) shows; a campaign ad for Ted Cruz' web site; footage of Dave in the Scientology documentary Going Clear; Dave slips an S-bomb before the "Top Ten New Easter Candies"; Mike Myers describes his experience at the SNL 40th anniversary special; Banks performed "Begging for Thread."

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    • 2015/04/02
      2015/04/02
      Episode 04.02.15
      4/2/15
      0.0
    • 2015/04/01
      2015/04/01
      Episode 04.01.15
      4/1/15
      0.0

      "Inventor of the saxophone" David Sanborn sits in with the CBSO one last time; "footage" from Finding Jesus; Alan interrupts the monologue to tell Dave about his, um, infection; Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) discusses LGBT rights and climate change; Billy Eichner promotes the new season of "Billy on the Street" and shows a clip of Dave and himself badgering passerby.

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    • 2015/03/31
      2015/03/31
      Episode 03.31.15
      3/31/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/30
      2015/03/30
      Episode 03.30.15
      3/30/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/27
      2015/03/27
      Episode 03.27.15
      3/27/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/26
      2015/03/26
      Episode 03.26.15
      3/26/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/25
      2015/03/25
      Episode 03.25.15
      3/25/15
      10
    • 2015/03/24
      2015/03/24
      Episode 03.24.15
      3/24/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/23
      2015/03/23
      Episode 03.23.15
      3/23/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/20
      2015/03/20
      Episode 03.20.15
      3/20/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/19
      2015/03/19
      Episode 03.19.15
      3/19/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/18
      2015/03/18
      Episode 03.18.15
      3/18/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/17
      2015/03/17
      Episode 03.17.15
      3/17/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/16
      2015/03/16
      Episode 03.16.15
      3/16/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/13
      2015/03/13
      Episode 03.13.15
      3/13/15
      0.0

      A rambling promo video for the NCAA Tournament; Alan is spotted campaigning for a mayoral candidate in Spain; a lengthy chit-chat segues into "Rupert Jee's Comedy Corner"; Kevin Bacon plugs "The Following" and discusses a recent band gig in Denver; a nattily dressed Jimmie "JJ" Walker riffs on Whole Foods; The Airborne Toxic Event performed "Wrong."

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    • 2015/03/12
      2015/03/12
      Episode 03.12.15
      3/12/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/11
      2015/03/11
      Episode 03.11.15
      3/11/15
      0.0
    • 2015/03/10
      2015/03/10
      Episode 03.10.15
      3/10/15
      0.0
      Patricia Arquette. Also: Will Butler performs.
    • 2015/03/09
      2015/03/09
      Episode 03.09.15
      3/9/15
      0.0
      Kevin Spacey; Lily James. Also: Alabama Shakes perform.
    • 2015/02/27
      2015/02/27
      Episode 02.27.15
      2/27/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/26
      2015/02/26
      Episode 02.26.15
      2/26/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/25
      2015/02/25
      Episode 02.25.15
      2/25/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/24
      2015/02/24
      Episode 02.24.15
      2/24/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/23
      2015/02/23
      Episode 02.23.15
      2/23/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/20
      2015/02/20
      Episode 02.20.15
      2/20/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/19
      2015/02/19
      Episode 02.19.15
      2/19/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/18
      2015/02/18
      Episode 02.18.15
      2/18/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/17
      2015/02/17
      Episode 02.17.15
      2/17/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/16
      2015/02/16
      Episode 02.16.15
      2/16/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/13
      2015/02/13
      Episode 02.13.15
      2/13/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/12
      2015/02/12
      Episode 02.12.15
      2/12/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/11
      2015/02/11
      Episode 02.11.15
      2/11/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/10
      2015/02/10
      Episode 02.10.15
      2/10/15
      8.5

      Dave can't pronounce "sadomasochism"; a brief rant about Brian Williams; Courtney Love discusses appearing on "Empire"; in his last Letterman appearance, Chris Elliott plugs "Schitt's Creek" and serenades Dave with an old Lulu song; Rhiannon Giddens performed "Waterboy."

    • 2015/02/09
      2015/02/09
      Episode 02.09.15
      2/9/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/06
      2015/02/06
      Episode 02.06.15
      2/6/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/05
      2015/02/05
      Episode 02.05.15
      2/5/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/04
      2015/02/04
      Episode 02.04.15
      2/4/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/03
      2015/02/03
      Episode 02.03.15
      2/3/15
      0.0
    • 2015/02/02
      2015/02/02
      Episode 02.02.15
      2/2/15
      0.0

      Footage (real) of Chris Christie falling out of a swivel chair; Dave's 33rd (and last) anniversary in late night is mentioned in passing; "intern" Todd Seda reports from Super Bowl 49, where he runs afoul of Les Moonves; Jack Hanna gives Dave a hat, while a cobra defecates on the desk; Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings performed "Making Up and Breaking Up."

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    • 2015/01/30
      2015/01/30
      Episode 01.30.15
      1/30/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/29
      2015/01/29
      Episode 01.29.15
      1/29/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/28
      2015/01/28
      Episode 01.28.15
      1/28/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/27
      2015/01/27
      Episode 01.27.15
      1/27/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/26
      2015/01/26
      Episode 01.26.15
      1/26/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/23
      2015/01/23
      Episode 01.23.15
      1/23/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/22
      2015/01/22
      Episode 01.22.15
      1/22/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/21
      2015/01/21
      Episode 01.21.15
      1/21/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/20
      2015/01/20
      Episode 01.20.15
      1/20/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/19
      2015/01/19
      Episode 01.19.15
      1/19/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/16
      2015/01/16
      Episode 01.16.15
      1/16/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/15
      2015/01/15
      Episode 01.15.15
      1/15/15
      0.0

      "Matt Rhodes," Mitt Romney's campaign manager, interrupts the monologue; Dave acknowledges the 15th anniversary of his bypass surgery; Larry David promotes his new play "A Fish in the Dark" and explains how he was goaded into headlining the show; Dan Patrick asks Dave to clarify a remark he made to Adam Sandler in 2014; the recently reunited Sleater-Kinney performed "A New Wave."

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    • 2015/01/14
      2015/01/14
      Episode 01.14.15
      1/14/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/13
      2015/01/13
      Episode 01.13.15
      1/13/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/12
      2015/01/12
      Episode 01.12.15
      1/12/15
      0.0

      Dave riffs on the Golden Globes and expresses his adoration for tonight's musical guest; a running gag involving dick herniation; Dave grills Gordon Ramsey about a restaurant that abruptly closed; Adam DeVine plugs "Workaholics"; after a pep talk of sorts from Dave, St. Paul & The Broken Bones performed "Call Me."

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    • 2015/01/09
      2015/01/09
      Episode 01.09.15
      1/9/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/08
      2015/01/08
      Episode 01.08.15
      1/8/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/07
      2015/01/07
      Episode 01.07.15
      1/7/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/06
      2015/01/06
      Episode 01.06.15
      1/6/15
      0.0
    • 2015/01/05
      2015/01/05
      Episode 01.05.15
      1/5/15
      0.0

      Dave and Paul have a spirited discussion about why the ball drops in Times Square, and Dave suggests replacing it with Felix Baumgartner jumping from space; a truncated edition of Small Town News; Kathy Griffin expresses her disdain for Ryan Seacrest; David Oyelowo plugs Selma; Lera Lynn performed "Out to Sea."

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    • 2014/12/19
      2014/12/19
      Episode 12.19.14
      12/19/14
      7.5

      THE LAST HOLIDAY SHOW: hacked e-mails from the North Pole; Paul does his annual imitation of Cher warbling "O Holy Night"; after a one-year hiatus, Jay Thomas tells the Lone Ranger anecdote and attempts to knock the meatball off the Christmas tree; Josh Brolin plugs Everest and Inherent Vice; after a brief sit-down with Dave, Darlene Love and the CBS Orchestra performed "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)."

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    • 2014/12/18
      2014/12/18
      Episode 12.18.14
      12/18/14
      6.0

      A brief chat with "Mitch Castro" regarding US-Cuba relations; on his penultimate show, boom mic guy Al Norwood takes a bow; Rosie O'Donnell discusses some recent health issues and her return to "The View"; Dave's old buddy Jeff Altman drops by to reminisce and do some imitations.

    • 2014/12/17
      2014/12/17
      Episode 12.17.14
      12/17/14
      0.0

      Examples of hacked Sony emails; Tom Brokaw gives Dave a health update, then the two discuss Cuba and World War II; Pat Farmer rushes onstage to retrieve some "special" brownies for Willie Nelson; Willie and Billy Joe Shaver performed "Hard to Be an Outlaw."

    • 2014/12/16
      2014/12/16
      Episode 12.16.14
      12/16/14
      0.0

      We learn that the original Little Orphan Annie grew up to be... Alan; Sony Pictures "spokesman" Jim Keyes makes a statement; one more Holiday Toy demonstration with Shannon Eis; Anna Kendrick plugs Into the Woods; Charli XCX (featuring Rostam Batmanglij) performed "Need Your Love."

    • 2014/12/15
      2014/12/15
      Episode 12.15.14
      12/15/14
      0.0

      A promo for a new, nativity-themed CBS sitcom; a short diatribe about Dave's genius high school buddy and the Washington Redskins' logo; Marcus Mariota presents the Top Ten; Emma Stone plugs Birdman; Bob Seger explains how the Silver Bullet Band got their name; Seger et al. performed "All of the Roads."

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    • 2014/12/12
      2014/12/12
      Episode 12.12.14
      12/12/14
      0.0
    • 2014/12/11
      2014/12/11
      Episode 12.11.14
      12/11/14
      0.0
    • 2014/12/10
      2014/12/10
      Episode 12.10.14
      12/10/14
      0.0
    • 2014/12/09
      2014/12/09
      Episode 12.09.14
      12/9/14
      0.0
    • 2014/12/08
      2014/12/08
      Episode 12.08.14
      12/8/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/28
      2014/11/28
      Episode 11.28.14
      11/28/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/27
      2014/11/27
      Episode 11.27.14
      11/27/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/26
      2014/11/26
      Episode 11.26.14
      11/26/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/25
      2014/11/25
      Episode 11.25.14
      11/25/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/24
      2014/11/24
      Episode 11.24.14
      11/24/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/21
      2014/11/21
      Episode 11.21.14
      11/21/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/20
      2014/11/20
      Episode 11.20.14
      11/20/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/19
      2014/11/19
      Episode 11.19.14
      11/19/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/18
      2014/11/18
      Episode 11.18.14
      11/18/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/17
      2014/11/17
      Episode 11.17.14
      11/17/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/14
      2014/11/14
      Episode 11.14.14
      11/14/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/13
      2014/11/13
      Episode 11.13.14
      11/13/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/12
      2014/11/12
      Episode 11.12.14
      11/12/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/11
      2014/11/11
      Episode 11.11.14
      11/11/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/10
      2014/11/10
      Episode 11.10.14
      11/10/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/07
      2014/11/07
      Episode 11.07.14
      11/7/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/06
      2014/11/06
      Episode 11.06.14
      11/6/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/05
      2014/11/05
      Episode 11.05.14
      11/5/14
      0.0

      Dave congratulates old buddy Al Franken on his re-election, then admits to being obsessed with Sen. Jeanne Shaheen; Jennifer Lopez plugs her new autobiography and her latest line of perfume; Alan shows up halfway through the show, claiming he is registered to vote in Tikrit; comic actor Rob Riggle discusses his lengthy tenure in the Marines; Kimbra performed "90s Music."

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    • 2014/11/04
      2014/11/04
      Episode 11.04.14
      11/4/14
      0.0
    • 2014/11/03
      2014/11/03
      Episode 11.03.14
      11/3/14
      0.0
      Martin Short. Also: Father John Misty performs.
    • 2014/10/31
      2014/10/31
      Episode 10.31.14
      10/31/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/30
      2014/10/30
      Episode 10.30.14
      10/30/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/29
      2014/10/29
      Episode 10.29.14
      10/29/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/28
      2014/10/28
      Episode 10.28.14
      10/28/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/27
      2014/10/27
      Episode 10.27.14
      10/27/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/17
      2014/10/17
      Episode 10.17.14
      10/17/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/16
      2014/10/16
      Episode 10.16.14
      10/16/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/15
      2014/10/15
      Episode 10.15.14
      10/15/14
      0.0
    • 2014/10/14
      2014/10/14
      Episode 10.14.14
      10/14/14
      0.0

      FOO FIGHTERS WEEK, DAY 2: a Vatican announcement about LGBTQ prompts Paul to play "It's Raining Men"; Alan tries out a new, confetti-strewn entrance; Gov. Andrew Cuomo presents the Top Ten; Michael Keaton plugs Birdman and shares a story about a Beetlejuice tattoo; Foo Fighters (featuring the Wilson sisters from Heart) performed "Kick It Out."

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    • 2014/10/13
      2014/10/13
      Episode 10.13.14
      10/13/14
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      FOO FIGHTERS WEEK, DAY 1: mail room supervisor Meghan McGuire interrupts the monologue; by request from a Minnesotan news producer, Pat Farmer throws things off a building; Russell Brand goes into great detail about his past drug addiction; Dave Grohl talks about his daughters; Foo Fighters (featuring Zac Brown) performed "War Pigs."

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      Robert Downey Jr.; Sarah Paulson. Also: Lizzo performs.
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      Throughout the night, Mark Patrick Storen gives scatterbrained baseball play-by-play; Dave annoys Nancy Agostini by delaying the "Top Ten Offensive Jeopardy Categories"; Bill O'Reilly plugs his latest "Killing" book and has another animated chat with Dave about current events; sitcom actress Cristen Milioti discusses her hard-luck childhood.

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      A prolonged discussion over why the CBS Orchestra can't play any songs by The Eagles (the licensing is too expensive); Bill Scheft chimes on the extended debate; Mindy Kaling claims that no one wants to see any nude pics of her; Dave favorite Jake Johannsen does some stand-up; in their network TV debut, Maddie and Tae perform "Girl in a Country Song."

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      Jason Bateman; comedian Billy Eichner. Also: Ryan Adams performs.
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      Phil McGraw; Katharine McPhee. Also: Death From Above perform.
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      Bill Maher; New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. Also: Spoon perform.
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      Tina Fey. Also: Kevin Drew performs.
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      Steve Buscemi; 2014 Indy Car season champion. Also: Alt-J perform.
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      Kristen Wiig; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). Also: The New Pornographers perform.
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      Dave struggles to pronounce "superfluous" during the monologue, to the audience's delight; the Hose Cam returns; Luke Wilson plugs The Skeleton Twins and shares a few funny stories; Julie Chen explains how she almost turned down the "Big Brother" hosting gig; Lee Brice performed "Drinking Class."

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      The monologue is interrupted by a test of the "Late Show sound effects system"; Dave pretends to deny that he's retiring; Joseph Gordon-Levitt plugs the Sin City sequel and The Walk; French-Canadian country singer Robby Johnson (with the CBS Orchestra) performed "South of Me."

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      A random Shep Gordon reference; Dave pays tribute to his old friend and frequent guest Robin Williams, who died the week before; a clip of Dave on "Mork & Mindy"; Bruce Willis promotes the Sin City sequel and demonstrates his hands-free corn-eating device; The Gaslight Anthem performed "Get Hurt."

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