THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW: a clip from "The Pat Sajak Show"; fake congratulatory video messages; Bill Murray arrives in a Liberace-inspired outfit and digs up a time capsule; Lenny Kravitz and Gladys Knight (in her first appearance on Dave) performed "You and I Ain't Nothin' No More"; a montage of still images from the past two decades.moreless
Dave welcomes actor/comedian Don Rickles, actor/comedian/rapper Nick Cannon, and vocalist Tom Keifer. Plus, a Top Ten list from US Open winner Justin Rose. (TV-PG)
Supervising Producer Kathy Mavrikakis announces a job posting for pope; legendarycomedian Jerry Seinfeld riffs on staying hydrated; rock superstar Dave Grohl plugs his new movie Sound City; from the soundtrack, Grohl & The Sound City Players (with Stevie Nicks) performed "You Can't Fix This."
A lengthy discussion of steroids in sports; Oscar-nominated actress Jennifer Lawrence shares some tall tales; producer/novelist Alan Zweibel; A$ap Rocky performed "Long Live A$AP."
"Small Town News"; actor Charlie Sheen; NFL analyst Phil Simms; Jose James performed "Trouble."
A warning about "Hanukkapocalypse"; Mick Jagger presents the Top Ten; Amanda Seyfried promotes the film version of Les Miserables and takes shots of Jameson with Dave; another chat with soon-to-be dad Joe Grossman; ballet dancer and fellow Kennedy Center honoree Natalia Makarova proves to be less than fluent with English; AWOL Nation performed "Kill Your Heroes."moreless
Actress Anne Hathaway; actor Jake Johnson; the U.S. Marine Chamber Orchestra; a Top Ten List presented by 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.
Footage of some guy eating larva over Christmas music; Dustin Hoffman, a fellow honoree at The 35th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, plugs Quartet and shares a few stories; One Direction sits down with Dave and later performed "Little Things."
Bradley Cooper; comedy legend Robert Klein; Soundgarden performs.
Anderson Cooper, comedian Myq Kaplan, music from Alberta Cross.
Several debate jokes; with Mitt Romney still refusing to appear, Dave simulates a sit-down with the candidate with Matthew Broderick; "Late Late Show" host Craig Ferguson discusses Radio City Music Hall; actress Anna Kendrick plugs Pitch Perfect and performs "Cups"; The Raveonettes performed "She Owns The Streets."