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  • Show #0862
    Show #0862
    Episode 213
    8/29/97
    0.0
    Warren is run over by a car; during "Stupid Human Tricks," Douglas Pierce plays the "Jeopardy" theme on his hands; Dave bids a fond farewell to head writer Bill Scheft; Radiohead performs "Karma Police."
  • Show #0861
    Show #0861
    Episode 212
    8/28/97
    0.0
    Dave complains about the dog days of summer.
  • Show #0860
    Show #0860
    Episode 211
    8/27/97
    0.0
    Tonight's Top Ten is interrupted by a phone call from the home office in Wahoo, Nebraska: "It's not all that funny anymore." Meanwhile, Biff wreaks havoc in Martha's Vineyard.
  • Show #0859
    Show #0859
    Episode 210
    8/26/97
    0.0
  • Show #0858
    Show #0858
    Episode 209
    8/25/97
    0.0
    Dave announces that he is starring in the "Late Show of Passion," which is just like the Late Show, except that it's dubbed so it looks like a telenovela. Later, Dave and Joe Montana throw footballs at a garbage truck.
  • Show #0857
    Show #0857
    Episode 208
    8/22/97
    0.0
    Alicia Silverstone promotes her new movie Excess Baggage.
  • Show #0856
    Show #0856
    Episode 207
    8/21/97
    0.0
    "The Donald" talks about a recent boat trip. Later, Janine Turner promotes "Leave It To Beaver."
  • Show #0855
    Show #0855
    Episode 206
    8/20/97
    0.0
    Dave compares President Clinton's 51st birthday to meatloaf. Later, he chats with his old friend Jeff Altman.
  • Show #0854
    Show #0854
    Episode 205
    8/19/97
    0.0
    Barbara Walters promotes her new talk show, "The View."
  • Show #0853
    Show #0853
    Episode 204
    8/18/97
    6.0
    Dave feeds Tom Selleck some avocados. Later, they make a crank phone call to Al Roker.
  • Show #0852
    Show #0852
    Episode 203
    8/8/97
    0.0
    The new sitcom "The Letterman Family" is promoted, starring Dave, Tony Randall, and Nadine Hennally. Later, Demi Moore shaves an audience member's head.
  • Show #0851
    Show #0851
    Episode 202
    8/7/97
    0.0
    Joe Perry of Aerosmith sits in with the band; Biff reports from the Garth Brooks concert in Central Park and meets "Garth" himself (Leonard Tepper).
  • Show #0850
    Show #0850
    Episode 201
    8/6/97
    0.0
    Jay Thomas shows Dave a tape of himself spitting out something during a recent television appearance. The footage is repeated several times.
  • Show #0849
    Show #0849
    Episode 200
    8/5/97
    0.0
    Deliberately-obvious stunt doubles pose as Dave and Paul showing off their bike skills, while Dave carves a sculpture of Paul made from butter; a man claiming to be Garth Brooks is interrogated on "The Biff Henderson Celebrity Telephone Interview."
  • Show #0848
    Show #0848
    Episode 199
    8/4/97
    0.0
    Dave presents a Wall Street quiz; Bob Dole talks about retirement.
  • Show #0847
    Show #0847
    Episode 198
    8/1/97
    0.0
    Dave shows some "Surprising Facts About Celebrities." Later, Tony Danza promotes his new sitcom.
  • Show #0846
    Show #0846
    Episode 197
    7/31/97
    0.0
    John Popper sits in with the band; Dave asks a paramedic about a piece of carrot he "horked" into his left lung during lunch today; Julia Roberts promotes Conspiracy Theory.
  • Show #0845
    Show #0845
    Episode 196
    7/30/97
    0.0
    Dave congratulates Rob Burnett upon the birth of his daughter; a "What's On Other Channels" bit is interrupted by a car honking, courtesy of Creepy Dave; David Byrne performs "Daddy Go Down."
  • Show #0844
    Show #0844
    Episode 195
    7/29/97
    0.0
    Dave gets four galpals from West Virginia to go on a tour of the city with Biff; Physilla Rashad promotes her sitcom Cosby; Jamiroquai performs the #1 hit "Virtual Insanity."
  • Show #0843
    Show #0843
    Episode 194
    7/28/97
    0.0
    It's so hot outside that Biff tries to start a fire on the sidewalk with a magnifying glass and a bundle of sticks, as members from New York's Fire Department stand by; Rupert and Leonard bother people per Dave's requests; Jennifer Aniston promotes Picture Perfect.
  • Show #0842
    Show #0842
    Episode 193
    7/25/97
    0.0
    During "CBS Mailbag," we look into a day in the life of a "Accident-Prone Blood-Gorged Tick" (Leonard Tepper).
  • Show #0841
    Show #0841
    Episode 192
    7/24/97
    0.0
    The Harrison Ford World Tour (in which he's promoting The Devil's Own) makes a stop in Paris, France; Dave suggests the Paul legally change his name to "Radu"; CBS anchorman/folkie at heart Dan Rather sings "The Wabash Cannonball."
  • Show #0840
    Show #0840
    Episode 191
    7/23/97
    0.0
    Harrison Ford reports from Hawaii; in the debut edition of "Pointless Celebrity Cameo Theater," Calvert, Regis, and Tony Randall stand around like goons while the audience cheers them on; Radish (a band fronted by an early Ben Kweller) perform "Little Pink Stars."
  • Show #0839
    Show #0839
    Episode 190
    7/22/97
    0.0
    It's time once again for "King of the Meats," the mano-a-mano kosher competition between Rupert of Hello Deli and Amando Vasquez of the nearby Stage Deli. Amando sweeps the three rounds, but Rupert goes home with the ladies.
  • Show #0838
    Show #0838
    Episode 189
    7/21/97
    0.0
    Dave congratulates Paul on being #6 on the Forbes 500; Biff and Eric Kaplan explain how they make Dave's coffee mug levitate; Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs, Faith Evans, and 112 perform "It's All About the Benjamins."
  • Show #0837
    Show #0837
    Episode 188
    7/18/97
    0.0
  • Show #0836
    Show #0836
    Episode 187
    7/17/97
    0.0
    Dave begins a month-long campaign to run into the ground his current favorite phrase: "Something from the meat case, Linda?" Also, Dave, Tony Randall, and a dozen or so triple-named child actors star in CBS' hot new situation comedy "The Letterman Family."
  • Show #0835
    Show #0835
    Episode 186
    7/16/97
    10
    Dave interviews NYC taxi driver Querbe Tirmizi, who returned $30,000 he found in his cab.
  • Show #0834
    Show #0834
    Episode 185
    7/15/97
    0.0
    It's a balmy 97 degrees outside, so Biff fries an egg on the sidewalk, later adding bacon and toast.
  • Show #0833
    Show #0833
    Episode 184
    7/14/97
    0.0
    Dave shows off his new, shorter haircut; an audience member sings the theme song from Grease; Tim Allen presents the Top Ten; En Vogue performs "Whatever."
  • Show #0832
    Show #0832
    Episode 183
    7/4/97
    0.0
    Pro bowler Nelson Burton, Jr. sits in; during Mailbag, Tom Arnold bits his own ear off; Manny the Hippie resurfaces; for the second year in a row, Dave sends audience members from San Francisco to the Empire State Building to display the US flag.
  • Show #0831
    Show #0831
    Episode 182
    7/3/97
    0.0
    Dave talks about the a new unauthorized autobiography of Martha Stewart; tonight's guest bowler is Hall of Famer Carmen Salvino; Dave appears in a 50's-style cigarette ad; Evander Holyfield gives Dave his account of the incident that occurred in his fight last weekend with Mike Tyson.
  • Show #0830
    Show #0830
    Episode 181
    7/2/97
    0.0
    During the "Supermarket Finds" segment, Dave takes a sample of something called "White Fungus" and spits it out; another bowling great (Marshall Holman) sits in with the band on tambourine; Dave chats with Mitchell Libonati, the man who found the piece of Evander Holyfield's ear that was chewed off in the infamous boxing match that previous weekend; Blur performs "Song 2."moreless
  • Show #0829
    Show #0829
    Episode 180
    7/1/97
    0.0
    Dave gets two girls at a nearby cafe to help celebrate Canada Day with Canada Dry®, which gets delivered by a Mountie; to continue a running gag started the previous night, bowler Johnny Petraglia sits in; various staffers describe clips from America's Funniest Home Videos.
  • Show #0828
    Show #0828
    Episode 179
    6/30/97
    0.0
    Bowling great Dick Weber sits in with the band; Calvert kicks someone in the nether regions for the shear fun of it; Dave and Paul trade faces.
  • Show #0827
    Show #0827
    Episode 178
    6/27/97
    0.0
    Dave declares a guy named Jeff as "Captain of the Audience," helping the host out with menial tasks such as helping present the Top Ten and keeping the audience awake. Also, film director Robert Zemeckis makes a rare television appearance, promoting his new movie Contact.
  • Show #0826
    Show #0826
    Episode 177
    6/26/97
    0.0
    A flying saucer heckles Dave from the backdrop, while Dyan Cannon promotes Out to Sea and makes friendly with Dave.
  • Show #0825
    Show #0825
    Episode 176
    6/25/97
    0.0

    It's 91 degrees outside, so Biff decides to watch ice melt on the street; Peter Fonda promotes Ulee's Gold.

  • Show #0824
    Show #0824
    Episode 175
    6/24/97
    10
    The outside cam heads to Joe G's looking for a guy to write a theme song for, where they stumble across Brian and his girlfriend. Also, Dave takes the audience outside to watch Motley Crue perform on the sidewalk.
  • Show #0823
    Show #0823
    Episode 174
    6/23/97
    0.0
    Anton is introduced as "Anton Zip"; Dave shows the audience a chart of who's permitted to be on the show and who isn't; in tonight's remote, Dave goes to a private school in Manhattan to chat with child prodigies.
  • Show #0822
    Show #0822
    Episode 173
    6/20/97
    0.0
    "Riverdancers" Gerry Mulligan, Mike McIntee, Eric Kaplan, and Jim Peterson amaze and delight the studio audience and the home viewers in response to a letter in the CBS Mailbag.
  • Show #0821
    Show #0821
    Episode 172
    6/19/97
    0.0
    Julia Roberts is treated to a clip of her first appearance on Letterman from 1990, only to watch the clip blackened out by NBC. Also, Jon Bon Jovi performs "Janie, Don't Take Your Love to Town."
  • Show #0820
    Show #0820
    Episode 171
    6/18/97
    8.0
    Dave gives an audience woman a ham just for being Polish; several members of the cast of Cats go inside FlashDancers; Alan Kalter promotes "Late Show: The Game"; The Mighty Mighty Bosstones perform "The Impression That I Get."
  • Show #0819
    Show #0819
    Episode 170
    6/17/97
    0.0
    A new challenge: "Who Can Hail a Cab First"- a pantsless Mets fan or a pantless Yankees fan? For once, the Mets win the big one.
  • Show #0818
    Show #0818
    Episode 169
    6/16/97
    0.0
    Paul is introduced as "Radu," then shows Dave a Happy Meal toy that looks just like him. Also, Dave hides in an apartment, harassing delivery people as they come and go.
  • Show #0817
    Show #0817
    Episode 168
    6/13/97
    0.0
    Mailbag: "Farrah Fawcett" (Calvert) explains her behavior from last week. Also, Kenny "The Quick-Witted Stagehand" Sheehan makes his 1000th TV appearance, which is followed by footage of his (bogus) television debut on Ed Sullivan in 1964.
  • Show #0816
    Show #0816
    Episode 167
    6/12/97
    0.0
    Tom Brokaw explains why he turned down an offer to leave NBC for CNN: "Same as you with CBS: more money, smaller audience." Also, Sheryl Crow performs "A Change (Will Do You Good)."
  • Show #0815
    Show #0815
    Episode 166
    6/11/97
    10
    Dave turns the hose on pedestrians outside the theater; Jaleel "Urkel" White helps "Les Moonves" promote CBS' fall lineup; Seven Mary Three performs "Lucky."
  • Show #0814
    Show #0814
    Episode 165
    6/10/97
    10
    Dave shows an altered clip of President Clinton admitting his dislike for cloning, and later Dave is once again visited by "the lovely Is-a-bella Ros-sell-ini."
  • Show #0813
    Show #0813
    Episode 164
    6/9/97
    0.0
    Biff reports from the NBA Finals in Salt Lake City; Dave makes his usual joke about buying his first car at Harrison Ford in Indiana; Dave Matthews Band performs "Too Much."
  • Show #0812
    Show #0812
    Episode 163
    6/6/97
    0.0
    Promoting an upcoming TV special, Farrah Fawcett walks out in a boozy daze, complimenting Dave for the view of the skyline when it's really a backdrop, then crawls around and makes animal noises. At the end of the show, Dave thanks Farrah for "almost being here tonight."
  • Show #0811
    Show #0811
    Episode 162
    6/5/97
    0.0
  • Show #0810
    Show #0810
    Episode 161
    6/4/97
    0.0
    The squash family is represented tonight by a visit from Elaine Cunningham, "The Zucchini Lady"; Bill Cosby talks about his various medications.
  • Show #0809
    Show #0809
    Episode 160
    6/3/97
    0.0
    Customer Bob Barrett from Joe's Pizza is invited into the theater to act in the monster movie spectacular "Ghost Dinosaur '97," co-starring Mujibur and Sirajul as "Dinosaur #1" and "Dinosaur #2."
  • Show #0808
    Show #0808
    Episode 159
    6/2/97
    0.0
    Tonight's remote finds Late Show staffers Eric Stangel, Matt Roberts, Bob Borden, Rodney Munoz, Christian Breheney, and Eric Kaplan relating their Prom Nightmares in the 14th floor break room, with dramatizations that include Rupert Jee and Richard Simmons.
  • Show #0807
    Show #0807
    Episode 158
    5/23/97
    0.0
    Mailbag: a horrific freak accident turns Rupert into the mysterious "Dr. Meat." Also, Jason Alexander promotes Love! Valour! Compassion!
  • Show #0806
    Show #0806
    Episode 157
    5/22/97
    0.0
    "Steven Spielberg" (Gerard) brags out his new movie The Lost World, while Savion Glover performs a tap dance solo from the hit musical "Stomp."
  • Show #0805
    Show #0805
    Episode 156
    5/21/97
    0.0
    It's time yet again for "What They Would Have for Lunch if They Were Alive Today" with Biff Henderson. The celebrity: Dean Martin. The lunch: mac n' cheese.
  • Show #0804
    Show #0804
    Episode 155
    5/20/97
    10
    After showing past clips of disastrous attempts at stuffing guys in rabbit outfits inside various locales, Dave announces that it's time to play "How Many Sailors Can Get into a New York City Chicken Restaurant?" With the nearby Ranch 1 offering their services, a whopping 68 sailors walk in without a problem. Also, Dave chats with Ida Doggett, 1997 world bed-making champion.moreless
  • Show #0803
    Show #0803
    Episode 154
    5/19/97
    0.0
    Biff brings out a Billy goat that supposedly won the Kentucky Derby last weekend; Dave leaves the show to play for the New York Yankees, then goes on a half-hearted tirade when he's cut by the team; "Leonard Tepper's Mile-High Hidden Video" observes unsuspecting tourists at the World Trade Center.
  • Show #0802
    Show #0802
    Episode 153
    5/16/97
    0.0
    With tonight's audience representing Denver, Colorado, Dave interrupts the monologue to introduce an audience guy who ends up proposing to his girlfriend. Later in the show, Jeff Goldblum gives the happy couple a blender.
  • Show #0801
    Show #0801
    Episode 152
    5/15/97
    0.0
    Late Show airs its second and last installment of Peanuts, as Lucy once again foils Charlie Brown's attempt to kick a football: "Never mess around with a gangsta bitch."
  • Show #0800
    Show #0800
    Episode 151
    5/14/97
    0.0
    In honor of Late Show's 800th episode, Dave introduces "Where Are They Now?" pieces describing the whereabouts of Bernie Kopell, Howie Mandel, Olivia Newton-John, and Bill Clinton. Also, the Spice Girls perform "Who Do You Think You Are."
  • Show #0799
    Show #0799
    Episode 150
    5/13/97
    0.0
    Dancers from Riverdance make a return appearance on the show. Actually, they're staff writers Gerard Mulligan and Eric Kaplan, Leonard Tepper, and financial wiz/Dave buddy Jim Peterson. Soon after, Robin Williams walks in from Broadway in a similar toe-tappin' style.
  • Show #0798
    Show #0798
    Episode 149
    5/12/97
    0.0
    Tonight, Dave promises to show things that have never been on television before, including Marv Albert dancing with a giant squirrel, a gay man kissing a lesbian, and Biff playing solitaire topless. Also, Grover Washington, Jr. sits in, while Dave and Rupert do another one of their hidden-mic gags.
  • Show #0797
    Show #0797
    Episode 148
    5/9/97
    0.0
    With tonight's audience being from the Twin Cities, Dave makes them feel at home by having a faux snow fall in the theater. Also, the Top Ten home office is temporarily relocated to nearby Edina, Minnesota (and is presented by Twins great Kirby Puckett), while Calvert takes a tour of Minneapolis.moreless
  • Show #0796
    Show #0796
    Episode 147
    5/8/97
    0.0
    Rupert stars in a parody of those financial-success tapes that they sell in infomercials, while Kirsten Johnston promotes the 3-D season finale of Third Rock from the Sun.
  • Show #0795
    Show #0795
    Episode 146
    5/7/97
    0.0
    Tony Mendez does the Watusi; Biff announces that if Burt Lancaster were alive today, he would've had cream of mushroom soup and a tuna fish sandwich for lunch; stuntmen Ross and Elisa Hartzell shoot crossbow arrows at each other.
  • Show #0794
    Show #0794
    Episode 145
    5/6/97
    0.0
    "How Many Guys in Bunny Suits Can Get into a Fountain?" Only about six, as the men in costume are thrown out of Central Park by the NYPD. After the first commercial break, John Goodman lunges into the fountain. Also, Hanson performs "MmmBop."
  • Show #0793
    Show #0793
    Episode 144
    5/5/97
    0.0
    Dave dumps the show early yet again, and after searching high and low in Manhattan, Biff finally finds him demonstrating knife tricks at Benihana's.
  • Show #0792
    Show #0792
    Episode 143
    5/2/97
    0.0
    In honor of tonight's audience (all residents of St. Louis and its suburbs), the backdrop is altered to show the city's skyline; Dave shows live footage of the Mets/Cardinals game in progress at Shea Stadium; Roseanne arrives for her interview on a Clydesdale-driven sleigh.
  • Show #0791
    Show #0791
    Episode 142
    5/1/97
    0.0
    Wendy Liebman discusses mammograms, while Luke Perry rappels off the side of the theater.
  • Show #0790
    Show #0790
    Episode 141
    4/30/97
    6.5
    It's "Awards Night" on the Late Show, as throughout the night Biff presents Gordie Howe with the Stanley Cup, Walter Payton with the Super Bowl Trophy, Bobby Allison with the Harley J. Earle Trophy, Kareem Abdul Jabbar with the Larry O'Brien Trophy, Alec Baldwin with the World Series Trophy, and Tony Mendez with the Best Cue Card Boy Trophy. Also, Alec announces on the in-theater PA system that he's a lesbian.moreless
  • Show #0789
    Show #0789
    Episode 140
    4/29/97
    0.0
    Dave shows a clip from the latest Charlie Brown Special: Charlie Brown declares, "I think I'm a lesbian." Also, two dorky audience members help wash a cab outside the theater, then get hosed down by the NYFD.
  • Show #0788
    Show #0788
    Episode 139
    4/28/97
    0.0
    Rupert Jee drops by to make an important announcement: "America, I am a lesbian." This inspires Regis to walk over and give him a hug.
  • Show #0787
    Show #0787
    Episode 138
    4/25/97
    9.0
    On a special Indianapolis-themed night on the Late Show, Dorothy interrupts a comedy bit to give Dave a hug, while Reggie Miller presents the Top Ten.
  • Show #0786
    Show #0786
    Episode 137
    4/24/97
    0.0
    Biff announces that if Lyndon Johnson were alive today, he would've had a roast beef sandwich for lunch. Also, The Verve Pipe performs "The Freshman."
  • Show #0785
    Show #0785
    Episode 136
    4/23/97
    0.0
    Allen Toussant sits in; Dave announces that in honor of the recent media hoopla over Ellen DeGeneres, the Late Show will now be "more gay"; Wilco performs "Someone Else's Song."
  • Show #0784
    Show #0784
    Episode 135
    4/22/97
    0.0
    Dave finds a patron named Bob Reedy, in Joe G's Pizza to star in another fake film epic, the Anaconda spoof "Snakequest 2000." Quote Dave: "For the love of god, it's a giant snake!"
  • Show #0783
    Show #0783
    Episode 134
    4/21/97
    0.0
    Marv Albert interviews accountants, then shows a blooper real along side it; Dave notices that Tony is holding cue cards with gloves on; "Pat Farmer's Live-Action Political Cartoon" takes a swipe at President Clinton.
  • Show #0782
    Show #0782
    Episode 133
    4/11/97
    0.0
    Champion weightlifter Magnus Vermagnusson lifts various objects, including Mujibur and Sirajul; Dave comments on his upcoming 50th birthday; Zhushi "The World's Only Performing Dog" is the latest animal to stand on stage in lieu of attempting some sort of stunt.
  • Show #0781
    Show #0781
    Episode 132
    4/10/97
    0.0
  • Show #0780
    Show #0780
    Episode 131
    4/9/97
    0.0
    In a running gag that was started two nights before (in homage to something that appeared occasionally on Late Night), Zahshu, "The World's Only Performing Goldfish," develops a severe case of stage fright. At the end of the show, he is removed from his fishbowl and is placed on top of a skateboard.moreless
  • Show #0779
    Show #0779
    Episode 130
    4/8/97
    0.0
    "How Many Guys in a Bunny Suit Can Get Into H&R Block?" Only two, until both are kicked out. Right after the first commercial break, Biff then tries to get in wearing a dog suit and, despite being escorted by Bill DeLace, is also ejected. When all is said and done, Dave announces the tax company's new slogan: "And stay out!"moreless
  • Show #0778
    Show #0778
    Episode 129
    4/7/97
    0.0
    Dave says he's discovered he's been combing his hair wrong, so he fidgets with it throughout the show. Also, Zahshu, the "World's Only Performing Hippo," rolls over and begs.
  • Show #0777
    Show #0777
    Episode 128
    4/4/97
    0.0
    Mailbag: a man on the street is decapitated by a giant, renegade blue card. Also, Pat Farmer introduces his new segment "Live Action Editorial Cartoon." Tonight's piece: "Busting the Budget."
  • Show #0776
    Show #0776
    Episode 127
    4/3/97
    7.0
    "Colin Dunner" (Gerard), the lead dancer in the Broadway hit "Riverdance" promotes his new videotape "Riverdancin' to the Oldies." Also, Will Lee demonstrates how to play a guitar like a piano.
  • Show #0775
    Show #0775
    Episode 126
    4/2/97
    0.0
    A man claiming to be Paul's brother Kenny sits in the audience; Dan Aykroyd promotes "Grosse Point Blank" and sings "Money"; Dave meets "do-it-yourself dentist" David Kriuthoff, who fidgets with a special camera that can go inside the mouth to demonstrate how he did his own root canal with no anaesthetic.moreless
  • Show #0774
    Show #0774
    Episode 125
    4/1/97
    0.0
    Dave calls a pay phone on Broadway, and then calls in a guy from Jersey named Rocky to tell the first "Mets suck" joke of the season. Also, Biff gives a pep talk to some grade-school students.
  • Show #0773
    Show #0773
    Episode 124
    3/31/97
    0.0
    Songwriter Jimmy Webb sits in, and throughout the night the band plays his songs; Dave shows a tape of Rob Burnett's daughter being scared to death by Daddy as the Easter Bunny; Dave tells a story about how he spent his Easter with Nadine Hennelly, but as usual Paul coerces him into telling the sad, awful truth.moreless
  • Show #0772
    Show #0772
    Episode 123
    3/28/97
    0.0
    Mailbag: Alan has an announcer sitting in with him, only to realize he's not his intern but his willing replacement. Meanwhile, Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton (live via satellite) presents the Top Ten.
  • Show #0771
    Show #0771
    Episode 122
    3/27/97
    0.0
    Dave announces that today is Tony Mendez' 60th birthday, even though he's only 52; Dave orders Anton to fetch him some coffee; a man-on-the-street segment dissects tonight's "Top Ten Easter Bunny Pet Peeves."
  • Show #0770
    Show #0770
    Episode 121
    3/26/97
    0.0
    In honor of his birthday, former president Thomas Jefferson is seen skydiving over the city, followed shortly by William McKinley and Paul Shaffer.
  • Show #0769
    Show #0769
    Episode 120
    3/25/97
    0.0
    Today's burning question: "How Many Guys in Bunny Suits Can Get into a Coffee Shop?" All 23 guys that volunteered get in, and they are later joined by a geeky audience member from Georgia, who is later carried back to the stage by the bunnies.
  • Show #0768
    Show #0768
    Episode 119
    3/19/97
    0.0
    The Late Show Current Events Singers take on Clinton's recent leg injury, then performs some sort of a cappella apology to Cindy Crawford.
  • Show #0767
    Show #0767
    Episode 118
    3/18/97
    0.0
    The camera fixates on a guy in the audience with a gigantic gut with DAVE written on it. Also, Martin Short does another musical number, with a final note so extended that he leaves the stage, goes to the bank, buys a sandwich at Hello Deli, picks up his dry cleaning, and returns to the theater just in time for the big climax.moreless
  • Show #0766
    Show #0766
    Episode 117
    3/17/97
    0.0
    Sean Pelton sits in for Anton, while Howard Stern promotes his new movie.
  • Show #0765
    Show #0765
    Episode 116
    3/7/97
    0.0
    CBS Mailbag: Jerry Scales asks, "What do viewers miss?" Gerard Mulligan comes out in costume as "A 50-year-old guy dressed like Zorro." Also, The Biff Henderson Players present "Send in the Clones."
  • Show #0764
    Show #0764
    Episode 115
    3/6/97
    0.0
    Bluesman Keb' Mo sits in; Dave and Paul shill a new sleeping enhancer called EclipseQuil; "pyrotechnic madman" Ray Wold blows up stuff and somehow avoids burning himself.
  • Show #0763
    Show #0763
    Episode 114
    3/5/97
    0.0
    During "Rejected Commercial Characters," jokes are translated for a select audience onstage from English to Japanese; Dave gives three sets of lottery numbers to play; Chevy Chase (promoting "Vegas Vacation") does a rubber band race with Dave.
  • Show #0762
    Show #0762
    Episode 113
    3/4/97
    0.0
    Dave points out that the wet snow of yesterday's "El Blizzardo Diablo" has already melted and/or evaporated. Also, Adam Arkin promotes the upcoming made-for-TV movie Not In This Town.
  • Show #0761
    Show #0761
    Episode 112
    3/3/97
    0.0
    Dave comments on "El Blizzardo Diablo," a raining snowstorm that practically has New York City in a standstill. Also, Dave and Paul participate in a cutthroat battle of putdowns towards each other.
  • Show #0760
    Show #0760
    Episode 111
    2/28/97
    0.0
    Trumpeter Al Chez sits in; the "First Annual Biff Henderson Award" goes to a much-serving Biff; Randy Newman and Lyle Lovett perform "You've Got a Friend In Me."
  • Show #0759
    Show #0759
    Episode 110
    2/27/97
    0.0
    Dave shows outtakes of Leonard's Grammy report, and then gets thrown out of a taping of "Wheel of Fortune" by a security guard resembling Bill DeLace.
  • Show #0758
    Show #0758
    Episode 109
    2/26/97
    0.0
    Leonard Tepper is live at Madison Square Garden, annoying participants at this year's Grammy Awards. He closes the segment by calling Dave a jackass.
  • Show #0757
    Show #0757
    Episode 108
    2/25/97
    0.0
    James Cotton sits in; while pedestrians footrace against each other over on 54th and Broadway.
  • Show #0756
    Show #0756
    Episode 107
    2/24/97
    0.0
    On the three-year anniversary of his memorable first appearance on the Late Show, super-bowler Dick Weber rolls one strike after another out on 53rd Street. Later, he and Bill Cosby go one-on-one on the specially-built lane, with Weber decimating the sitcom star.
  • Show #0755
    Show #0755
    Episode 106
    2/21/97
    0.0
    Frequent CBS Mailbag contributor Jerry Scales appears in the audience and is given a roast chicken made of Nyquil. Also, Tony Randall talks about becoming a parent for the first time.
  • Show #0754
    Show #0754
    Episode 105
    2/20/97
    0.0
    The latest edition of "Leonard Tepper's Hidden Video" takes place entirely at Hello Deli, while "Cosby" star Doug E. Doug does standup.
  • Show #0753
    Show #0753
    Episode 104
    2/19/97
    0.0
    A new comedy bit called "Over Our Heads" debuts (see recap). Also, Dave admits that he has fallen in love with this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue and its cover girl, Tyra Banks.
  • Show #0752
    Show #0752
    Episode 103
    2/18/97
    0.0
    The outside cam goes to Joe G's to launch production of the quickie movie "Space Volcano"; Bruce Willis murders Mujibur and Sirajul; Demi Moore shows up with 15 dogs as a gift for Dave, and later the mutts storm the control room.
  • Show #0751
    Show #0751
    Episode 102
    2/17/97
    0.0
    Two weeks before, NBC denied Dave permission to use clips from his old show. So tonight, Tom Brokaw arrives and offers Dave a crumpled-up videotape from Late Night with David Letterman. Also, Dave shows a faux-documentary short called "Dave's Family Weekend" (with Andrea as his sister and Leonard as Mr. Rogers).moreless
  • Show #0750
    Show #0750
    Episode 101
    2/14/97
    0.0
    Marv Albert is credited with six separate appearances tonight, thus raising his total on the show to an even one hundred. Later, Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, promotes her new cookbook.
  • Show #0749
    Show #0749
    Episode 100
    2/13/97
    0.0
    Dave brags that he had an incredible Valentine's Day last year, until Paul persuades him to admit that he spent it watching TV with an amorous Leonard. Also, the Jazz Passengers (featuring Deborah Harry and Elvis Costello) perform "Doncha Go 'Way Mad."
  • Show #0748
    Show #0748
    Episode 99
    2/12/97
    0.0
    Throughout the night, Biff, Pat and Kenny recreate scenes from Academy Award-nominated films, including "The English Patient" and "Jerry McGuire." The gag comes to an abrupt end when, while attempting to spoof "Secrets and Lies," they can't find anybody who saw the film.
  • Show #0747
    Show #0747
    Episode 98
    2/11/97
    0.0
    Dave ponders another one of his deep thoughts: "How Long Can a Guy Spin a Revolving Door Before Somebody Stops Him?" It takes 40 minutes and 6 seconds before security escorts the man out.
  • Show #0746
    Show #0746
    Episode 97
    2/10/97
    0.0
    In a remote featuring Dave talking to various fan club presidents, a swordfight breaks out between the "Cats" and "Star Wars" fans. Also, Bob Borden professes his love to a disturbed Martha Stewart.
  • Show #0745
    Show #0745
    Episode 96
    2/7/97
    0.0
    Mailbag: Paul appears in a commercial for "Uncle Dave's Non-Alcoholic Gin." Also, Dave and Green Bay Packers QB Brett Farve throw footballs into cabs, and David Spade promotes his new sitcom, "Just Shoot Me."
  • Show #0744
    Show #0744
    Episode 95
    2/6/97
    0.0
    Know Your Current Events: Dave promises an audience participant named Brian (who Dave keeps calling "Larry") that if he can kick a field goal outside, he can sit onstage. Brian hits the field goal post at 20 yards and wins his onstage seat.
  • Show #0743
    Show #0743
    Episode 94
    2/5/97
    0.0
    Flugelhorn great Al Chez sits in with the band, while Leonard appears in a educational film about the First Thanksgiving.
  • Show #0742
    Show #0742
    Episode 93
    2/4/97
    0.0
    In honor of the re-release of the entire Star Wars trilogy, Dave moves his coffee mug with a little help from "the force"; Billy Bob Thornton promotes his Academy Award-nominated film Sling Blade; the acrobatic Tokyo Stunt Boys bomb in their first (and ultimately only) American television performance.
  • Show #0741
    Show #0741
    Episode 92
    2/3/97
    0.0
    Dave celebrates a decade and a half in late night television by introducing some of his favorite Stupid Human Tricks. Later, he chats with basketball star Charles Barkley.
  • Show #0740
    Show #0740
    Episode 91
    1/31/97
    0.0
    Tony is caught eating a donut while holding the cue cards, so Dave makes sure he has enough food for the rest of the show. Near the end of the hour, Tony has a plate full of bacon and eggs, which he washes down with a martini.
  • Show #0739
    Show #0739
    Episode 90
    1/30/97
    0.0
    Dave shows a promo of "Rupert Jee's Private Parts," a spoof of the upcoming Howard Stern movie. Amongst those who participate in this parody are Rupert, Leonard, and "Paul Shaffer as ‘David Letterman.'"
  • Show #0738
    Show #0738
    Episode 89
    1/29/97
    0.0
    Dave calls up an audience guy to meet Tori Amos, but he has to frisk him first.
  • Show #0737
    Show #0737
    Episode 88
    1/28/97
    0.0
    Biff presides over another segment of "What They Would Have Had for Lunch If They Were Still Alive." Tonight, Lorne Greene: "a BLT." Also, Tony Williams sits in on drums, while Dave introduces Paul as "Little Jimmy Dickens."
  • Show #0736
    Show #0736
    Episode 87
    1/27/97
    0.0
    Alan interrupts the monologue to comment on yesterday's Packers-Patriots Super Bowl; an audience member receives Dave's autograph; Calvert reports from New Orleans, where football fans are still celebrating after yesterday's championship.
  • Show #0735
    Show #0735
    Episode 86
    1/17/97
    0.0
    It's an "All Kevin Spectacular" as Kevin Kline, Kevin Sorbo, and Kevin Brennan guest on the show. The closing credits on the show include all staffers named Kevin (Kevin Burnett, Kevin Foley, Kevin Gaines, Kevin Mulligan [actually the name of Gerard's son], and so on).
  • Show #0734
    Show #0734
    Episode 85
    1/16/97
    0.0
    Paul shows a clip of his new home video "The Late Show Made Easy," while "Know Your Cuts of Meat" makes its debut on "Know Your Current Events."
  • Show #0733
    Show #0733
    Episode 84
    1/15/97
    0.0
    Dave shows QVC footage of a Cabbage Patch Bill Clinton doll eating French fries; Actor Chris O'Donnell does a Stupid Human Trick; the drama class from Calhoun High School re-enacts the first half of the show.
  • Show #0732
    Show #0732
    Episode 83
    1/14/97
    0.0
    It's time for another Late Show experiment: "Who Will Get Kicked Out of TGIF's Sooner, a Shirtless Guy or a Guy with Ten Dogs?" Answer: the shirtless guy. Later, Dave instructs Chris from the audience to negotiate with TGIF (where he works), and soon enough, everyone is allowed inside.
  • Show #0731
    Show #0731
    Episode 82
    1/13/97
    0.0
    Dave deems the show to be such a success that he announces the production of four spin-offs, "Rupert Touches Meat," "Leonard's Candid Camera," "Kenny's Baywatch" (with the stagehands running in slow motion), and "Late Show with Carlos Huaycaga."
  • Show #0730
    Show #0730
    Episode 81
    1/10/97
    0.0
    An audience member celebrating her birthday dances onstage; Inky threatens to throw a rock at Dave; Dave chats with a nine-year-old girl that delivered her baby brother in a stuck elevator; Inky settles his differences and dances with Kim the audience girl.
  • Show #0729
    Show #0729
    Episode 80
    1/9/97
    0.0
    Dave sends an audience babe out to get some snow, and throughout the night the show is interrupted by a three-way snowball war between Dave, Inky and Anton.
  • Show #0728
    Show #0728
    Episode 79
    1/8/97
    0.0
    Dave fondly looks back at the one-year anniversary of "El Blizzardo," then does a spit take with Windex®. Also, Woody Harrelson plugs hemp products and The People vs. Larry Flint.
  • Show #0727
    Show #0727
    Episode 78
    1/7/97
    0.0
    Dave swipes Tony's gum, which he had tried to hide on top of one of the cameras. Also, Rupert of Hello Deli is pitted against Amando of Stage Deli in a little competition called "The King of Meats." It was a close battle throughout, but Amando ends up victorious.
  • Show #0726
    Show #0726
    Episode 77
    1/6/97
    0.0
    BB King sits in; Dave accidentally tears up the Top Ten blue card, so he reads the list via teleprompter; Tracey Ullman promotes her new HBO show, "Tracey Takes On..."
  • Show #0725
    Show #0725
    Episode 76
    1/3/97
    0.0
    During CBS Mailbag, a viewer asks what Dave did for New Year's. Dave flashes back to a wild night with a bunch of fabulous babes, while Paul brings him back to earth, and Dave flashes back to a night spent at the laundromat drinking Tide.
  • Show #0724
    Show #0724
    Episode 75
    1/2/97
    0.0
    Dave introduces an audience member named Tara to Alec Baldwin; Dave shows a drawing of him in a 70's-era leisure suit; from the hit Broadway revival "Chicago," Bebe Neuwirth and Ann Reinking perform "And All That Jazz."
  • Show #0723
    Show #0723
    Episode 74
    12/31/96
    0.0
    Calvert DeForest is live at Times Square as the show is taped hours earlier; Tom Arnold appears again on New Year's Eve, this time without Roseanne; Biff gets scissors from Dave to get rid of the Cabbage Patch doll chewing on his ear; Kamarr the Discount Magician tries in vain to impress the audience.moreless
  • Show #0722
    Show #0722
    Episode 73
    12/30/96
    6.0
    Calvert DeForest is live at Times Square as the show is taped hours earlier. Tom Arnold appears again on New Year's Eve, this time without Roseanne.
  • Show #0721
    Show #0721
    Episode 72
    12/27/96
    0.0
    John Popper of Blues Traveler sits in; Dave is the first to wish you a Happy New Year; during CBS Mailbag, "Dick Clark" (Calvert) sings "Auld Lang Syne"; Dave shows a clip of Biff Henderson's "The Rules".
  • Show #0720
    Show #0720
    Episode 71
    12/26/96
    0.0
  • Show #0719
    Show #0719
    Episode 70
    12/23/96
    0.0
    Midway through Dave's interview with "Michael" star John Travolta, the buxom president of John's fan club gets a hug and an autograph.
  • Show #0718
    Show #0718
    Episode 69
    12/20/96
    0.0
    Dave hugs a male audience member; fake snow falls on the backdrop, then on the audience; Darlene Love (featuring Bette Sussman) continues her holiday tradition of singing "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)."
  • Show #0717
    Show #0717
    Episode 68
    12/19/96
    7.5
    During a "New for Christmas" segment, Biff is nearly injured by a motorized hula hoop; Neve Campbell promotes "Scream."
  • Show #0716
    Show #0716
    Episode 67
    12/18/96
    0.0
    Mayor Giuliani shows up to put an apple on the Christmas tree, then gets in on a few pictures with Dave, Paul, and two audience members. Also, hockey great Gordie Howe calls Dave.
  • Show #0715
    Show #0715
    Episode 66
    12/17/96
    0.0
    Tony sits in the audience, while Rupert shows Dave a "Tickle Me Giuliani" doll.
  • Show #0714
    Show #0714
    Episode 65
    12/16/96
    0.0
    Somebody named Matias Paluka is interviewed by Dave, then does a weather forecast.
  • Show #0713
    Show #0713
    Episode 64
    12/13/96
    0.0
    Skunk and Gator hang out in the green room; Beavis and Butthead plug their upcoming movie; Paul performs an original holiday number.
  • Show #0712
    Show #0712
    Episode 63
    12/12/96
    0.0
    1996: Two merchant marines do push-ups onstage; Dave and Paul reprise the roles of their alter egos, Gator and Skunk; Leonard Tepper performs in the Late Show "kid's nativity play"; Counting Crows appear for the second night in a row.
  • Show #0711
    Show #0711
    Episode 62
    12/11/96
    0.0
    Dave calls the corner pay phones, but no one answers. He finally steps outside and tells anyone to pick up the phone. After some guy named Phil answers it, Dave has to scream at him to come inside. When he finally responds, Dave gives him a ham.
  • Show #0710
    Show #0710
    Episode 61
    12/10/96
    0.0
    Dave announces he's #45 on TV Guide's greatest stars list; after interviewing Nicole Kidman, Dave is dyspeptic and demands a roll of Tums®; the roof cam reveals Santa dumping a corpse in a garbage disposal.
  • Show #0709
    Show #0709
    Episode 60
    12/9/96
    0.0
    Biff gives out hams to the audience during the second-ever appearance of "Know Your Current Events," while Martha Stewart shows Dave how to make a scented wreath.
  • Show #0708
    Show #0708
    Episode 59
    11/29/96
    0.0
    After Dave offers a million dollars claiming that there's no such person named Sivareddy Gotike, whose letter was read on the CBS Mailbag the week before, Sivareddy appears on the show to collect. Dave offers him and his friend Srinivas a hotel room, dinner at Tad's, dinner at the 21 Club, two tickets to "Cats," two tickets to a Jets game, a camera, car service, and dates instead.moreless
  • Show #0707
    Show #0707
    Episode 58
    11/28/96
    0.0
    Gerard makes a cameo in the annual "Thanksgiving Day Quiz," while Dorothy bakes cherry and hickory nut pies.
  • Show #0706
    Show #0706
    Episode 57
    11/27/96
    0.0
    Thanksgiving and the holidays are the topics du jour in the latest edition of "Dave Talks to Kids."
  • Show #0705
    Show #0705
    Episode 56
    11/26/96
    0.0
    John Popper of Blues Traveler sits in, and later he performs with Dolly Parton.
  • Show #0704
    Show #0704
    Episode 55
    11/25/96
    0.0
    A "News in Review" segment is translated into Chinese, while Dave accidentally cuts himself while crawling under his desk.
  • Show #0703
    Show #0703
    Episode 54
    11/22/96
    0.0
    Friday Night on the Road finishes in Miami, Florida. It's so hot in the Coconut Grove Playhouse that Dave strips off his suit and hosts the show in his khakis and t-shirt: "This is exactly what rehearsal looks like."
  • Show #0702
    Show #0702
    Episode 53
    11/21/96
    0.0
    When Dave gives a ham to an audience guy, he gives him five more when he says it's going to a senior citizens' group. Soon enough, Biff practically gives him the whole store.
  • Show #0701
    Show #0701
    Episode 52
    11/20/96
    5.0
    Glenn Close promotes the live-action remake of "101 Dalmations."
  • Show #0700
    Show #0700
    Episode 51
    11/19/96
    0.0
    Dave calls a desk jockey from across the street named Samantha Giafoni, asking for her opinion about Michael Jackson's wedding over the weekend. After calling his latest Meg Parsont surrogate, autumn leaves are dumped in her office.
  • Show #0699
    Show #0699
    Episode 50
    11/18/96
    0.0
    Throughout the night, audience members walk onstage to tell jokes; Derek Jeter discusses his whirlwind rookie season with the New York Yankees.
  • Show #0698
    Show #0698
    Episode 49
    11/15/96
    0.0
    From Chicago: Paul meets his long-lost brother Matt Shaffer on "Jerry Springer" just as Dave was going to admit to being a transvestite. Also, Dave introduces ten citizens with distinct names for "Top Ten Our Favorite Illinois Names." His choice for #1, Springfield resident Minnie Cocke, has her mug displayed on the United Center jumbotron.moreless
  • Show #0697
    Show #0697
    Episode 48
    11/14/96
    0.0
    Dave's artificial tooth comes loose, while Ed McMahon imitates Leonard Tepper's impression of the former "Tonight Show" sidekick.
  • Show #0696
    Show #0696
    Episode 47
    11/13/96
    0.0
    Saxaphonist Joshua Redman sits in; Gene Catron performs a trick involving dominoes and a pool ball; Dave gives out candy.
  • Show #0695
    Show #0695
    Episode 46
    11/12/96
    0.0
    Biff interrupts Dave's monologue "just to be on TV;" Kristen Scott Thomas plugs ‘The English Patient."
  • Show #0694
    Show #0694
    Episode 45
    11/11/96
    0.0
    It's the official 3rd Anniversary special, with clips and highlights from the past three seasons.
  • Show #0693
    Show #0693
    Episode 44
    11/8/96
    7.0
    Ten noteworthy anchormen appear in the top ten list while Dave chats with recently denied presidential candidate Bob Dole.
  • Show #0692
    Show #0692
    Episode 43
    11/7/96
    0.0
    During Mailbag, a viewer pleads for no more Dole jokes, so "Bob Dole" (Calvert) appears on stage and sings Lionel Richie's "Say You, Say Me," a pop ditty which includes the immortal lines, "I had a dream; I had an awesome dream."
  • Show #0691
    Show #0691
    Episode 42
    11/6/96
    0.0
    It's the day after Election '96, so Dave tells his last "Bob Dole is old" joke. Also, Dave fidgets with his unusually long tie, while Calvert conducts exit polls.
  • Show #0690
    Show #0690
    Episode 41
    11/4/96
    6.0
    NYC Marathon winner Giacomo Leone runs through the set, while Mel Gibson presents "Top Ten Lines You'll Never Hear Me, Mel Gibson, Say in a Movie."
  • Show #0689
    Show #0689
    Episode 40
    11/1/96
    0.0
    "Friday Night on the Road" begins in Beantown, as Michael Hirsch, aka "The Bar," makes his stunning transformation from dorm geek to BMOC.
  • Show #0688
    Show #0688
    Episode 39
    10/31/96
    0.0
    In honor of Halloween, Dave presents "Biff the Headless Stage Manager"; the problem, though, is that Biff is dressed as a Thanksgiving pilgrim.
  • Show #0687
    Show #0687
    Episode 38
    10/30/96
    0.0
    Bill Murray serves as the show's roving reporter, asking pedestrians outside about the upcoming national election. Also, Dave shows off his new, thinner haircut.
  • Show #0686
    Show #0686
    Episode 37
    10/29/96
    5.0
    Dave chats with redeemed Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, while Rupert launches the "Deli of Terror."
  • Show #0685
    Show #0685
    Episode 36
    10/28/96
    6.0
    Dave salutes the 1996 World Champion New York Yankees and welcomes manager Joe Torre.
  • Show #0684
    Show #0684
    Episode 35
    10/25/96
    0.0
    Dave says goodnight halfway through the show and then leaves. Paul goes to search for Dave but gets distracted playing basketball. Dave is finally found guiding planes on the runway at JFK Airport, so Biff calls him via a courtesy phone and tells him to return.
  • Show #0683
    Show #0683
    Episode 34
    10/24/96
    6.2
    Dole's campaign gets desperate with their new poster: "For the love of God, don't vote for Tubby"; Dave cures Paul's "election fever" by having a taxi run him over; teen actress Claire Danes plugs Romeo + Juliet; Phil Collins performs "Dance Into The Light."
  • Show #0682
    Show #0682
    Episode 33
    10/23/96
    0.0
    Dave shows a poster that proves that Bob Dole's presidential campaign is doomed: "For The Love of God, Don't Vote for Tubby." Also, Calvert reports from the Game 1 of the Braves-Yankees World Series, during which he hugs the mayor of Atlanta.
  • Show #0681
    Show #0681
    Episode 32
    10/22/96
    0.0
  • Show #0680
    Show #0680
    Episode 31
    10/21/96
    0.0
    Cindy Crawford walks onstage with heavy eye makeup, and Dave asks where she got her black eyes.
  • Show #0679
    Show #0679
    Episode 30
    10/11/96
    6.0
    During CBS Mailbag, Calvert appears as "Derek the Cantankerous Wallaby"; George Foreman pulls a truck; Tom Everett Scott plugs That Thing You Do!
  • Show #0678
    Show #0678
    Episode 29
    10/10/96
    0.0
    Three audience girls are given hams; Dave shows a (supposed) clip from tonight's Vice Presidential debate; Dave and Marv Albert point out another audience member who happens to be wearing a neckbrace.
  • Show #0677
    Show #0677
    Episode 28
    10/9/96
    0.0
    Dave admits again that he's intimidated by Midnight Oil; using the external camera and the phone, Dave searches for a new anchor for CBS-2 New York, and decides on a girl from British Columbia named Donna Hill; who makes several (bogus) news reports throughout the night; Midnight Oil performs "Common Ground."moreless
  • Show #0676
    Show #0676
    Episode 27
    10/8/96
    0.0
    Clint Black sits in; the roof cam reveals campaign workers scuffling outside.
  • Show #0675
    Show #0675
    Episode 26
    10/7/96
    0.0
    Dave shows a tape of Bob Dole blinking in the first presidential debate; Michael J. Fox gets a car for high school graduation (he didn't officially graduate until that Spring); The Kinks' Ray Davies performs "To the Bone."
  • Show #0674
    Show #0674
    Episode 25
    10/4/96
    0.0
    Referring to a current TV Guide that pays tribute to Dave's Suit of Alka Seltzer from his NBC days, Rupert Jee stands in a bowl of clam chowder.
  • Show #0673
    Show #0673
    Episode 24
    10/3/96
    0.0
    Calvert plays Bob Dole's go-between; The Dave Matthews Band performs "Crash Into Me."
  • Show #0672
    Show #0672
    Episode 23
    10/2/96
    0.0
    It's Biff's 50th birthday, so Dave promotes his new PBS political roundtable chatfest, "The Henderson Group." Tonight's panelists: Biff, Dave, Paul, and "outspoken liberal" Pat Farmer.
  • Show #0671
    Show #0671
    Episode 22
    10/1/96
    0.0
    Sanborn's still sitting in; Paul appears in a Bob Dole campaign ad; Tom Hanks promotes "That Thing You Do!"
  • Show #0670
    Show #0670
    Episode 21
    9/30/96
    0.0
  • Show #0669
    Show #0669
    Episode 20
    9/27/96
    0.0
  • Show #0668
    Show #0668
    Episode 19
    9/26/96
    0.0
  • Show #0667
    Show #0667
    Episode 18
    9/25/96
    0.0
  • Show #0666
    Show #0666
    Episode 17
    9/24/96
    0.0
  • Show #0665
    Show #0665
    Episode 16
    9/23/96
    0.0
    Leon Pendarvis sits in for Paul; it's "Big Comedy Monday," as Gerard Mulligan is the bride to a wedding, Biff gets soup with Lemon Pledge at Rupert's, and Jay Johnson is soaked with iced tea; visiting “Late Night” sidekick Andy Richter returns an ashtray from Dave's term at NBC. claiming he found it in his NBC office, when the new "Late Night" crew was moving in.moreless
  • Show #0664
    Show #0664
    Episode 15
    9/20/96
    7.0
    Dave scrambles to find something to fill the extra 16 minutes of his commerical-free show.
  • Show #0663
    Show #0663
    Episode 14
    9/19/96
    0.0
  • Show #0662
    Show #0662
    Episode 13
    9/18/96
    0.0
  • Show #0661
    Show #0661
    Episode 12
    9/17/96
    0.0
  • Show #0660
    Show #0660
    Episode 11
    9/16/96
    0.0
  • Show #0659
    Show #0659
    Episode 10
    9/13/96
    0.0
  • Show #0658
    Show #0658
    Episode 9
    9/12/96
    0.0
  • Show #0657
    Show #0657
    Episode 8
    9/11/96
    0.0
    Paul and Biff host a Paid Commercial Advertisement for "Pancake Pants," but Dave puts an end to it by aiming his fire extinguisher at Biff's smoking pants.
  • Show #0656
    Show #0656
    Episode 7
    9/10/96
    0.0
  • Show #0655
    Show #0655
    Episode 6
    9/9/96
    0.0
  • Show #0654
    Show #0654
    Episode 5
    9/6/96
    9.3
    For the unofficial Three-Year Anniversary, Dave shows some of his favorite clips, then goes door-to-door in New Jersey with Gene Siskel, Roger Ebert and Richard Simmons. Also, a surprised Dave tells Brian Williams that he's "too funny to be in news," and No Doubt performed "Spiderwebs."
  • Show #0653
    Show #0653
    Episode 4
    9/5/96
    0.0
    Adam Sandler promotes Happy Gilmore; Yankees pitcher David Cone demonstrates ball-handling techniques.
  • Show #0652
    Show #0652
    Episode 3
    9/4/96
    0.0
  • Show #0651
    Show #0651
    Episode 2
    9/3/96
    0.0
    The actor that played Spud in "Trainspotting" berates Dave throughout the show; guest Mira Sorvino becomes Dave's unofficial co-host of the night; Beck performs "Where It's At."
  • Show #0650
    Show #0650
    Episode 1
    9/2/96
    0.0
    Dave gives a ham to an audience member named Bud Perchinski, who later assumes control of one of the cameras. Later, Flea (from Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Jewel Kilcher perform a duet.
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