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  • Show #1065
    Show #1065
    Episode 203
    8/14/98
    7.5
    Wesley Snipes promotes the movie "Spawn."
  • Show #1064
    Show #1064
    Episode 202
    8/13/98
    0.0
    Paul and somebody named "Mary Beth" host a spoof of "Regis & Kathie Lee" with Inky Mendez playing Gelman. Regis suddenly pops out of the audience, heckles them, and gets thrown out of the theater.
  • Show #1063
    Show #1063
    Episode 201
    8/12/98
    0.0
    "Riverdance" performs live via telephone from Cincinnati. Later, Liz Phair promotes her new album, "WhiteChocolateSpaceEgg."
  • Show #1062
    Show #1062
    Episode 200
    8/11/98
    0.0
    Throughout the show, stockbrokers jump out of a fifth-story window.
  • Show #1061
    Show #1061
    Episode 199
    8/10/98
    0.0
    Biff goes outside to annoy people with a bullhorn. Later, Dave meets David Roth, a noted coin magician.
  • Show #1060
    Show #1060
    Episode 198
    8/7/98
    0.0
    John Popper is still sitting in with the band, while Doris Roberts promotes "Everybody Loves Raymond."
  • Show #1059
    Show #1059
    Episode 197
    8/6/98
    0.0
    Dave feels highly suspect of the audience's intelligence during "Know Your Current Events"; John Popper sits in with the band; Dave chats with Hunter Scott, a 13-year-old WW II history buff.
  • Show #1058
    Show #1058
    Episode 196
    8/5/98
    0.0
    During the annual "New for Summer" segment, Mujibur and Sirajul are declared "Late Show Prom King and Queen." Later, Penn and Teller perform their new magic act.
  • Show #1057
    Show #1057
    Episode 195
    8/4/98
    0.0
    Paul and Anton Fig participate in a game called "Average Television Viewer vs. Late Show Television Viewer."
  • Show #1056
    Show #1056
    Episode 194
    8/3/98
    0.0
    During a segment in which he shows real and doctored Clinton and Gore news articles, Dave announces that his pants are too tight. The original members of Verve appear.
  • Show #1055
    Show #1055
    Episode 193
    7/31/98
    0.0
    Dave points out an audience member who looks like Kenny Rogers; during "Late Show en espanol," Tony walks out in a suit and bad wig and does a Letterman-type monologue; Dave chats with George Firestone, America's oldest living Boy Scout.
  • Show #1054
    Show #1054
    Episode 192
    7/30/98
    0.0
    Dave chats with Jennifer Ringley, the Seattle-based college student best known for operating the voyeuristic website JenniCAM.
  • Show #1053
    Show #1053
    Episode 191
    7/29/98
    0.0
    Dave shows a personal ad from the Washington Post that looks like it was written by President Clinton; Alan fantasizes about waffles; Paul serenades Yasmine Bleeth.
  • Show #1052
    Show #1052
    Episode 190
    7/28/98
    0.0
    A softball game between Late Show staffers and the cast of Miss Saigon is rigged by Dave; Anton goes into "Buddy Rich, Jr." mode and performs drums solos throughout the night; The Goo Goo Dolls perform "Iris."
  • Show #1051
    Show #1051
    Episode 189
    7/27/98
    0.0
    Dave has a lengthy discourse on an article he read in Martha Stewart Living; "Late Show Meteorologist" Skip Hopson reports from 53rd Street; Tori Amos performs "Spark."
  • Show #1050
    Show #1050
    Episode 188
    7/24/98
    0.0
    A new feature debuts, as Dave announces #3 on the Top Ten List at the start of the show; Mujibur and Sirajul lose their virginity on an internet webcam, and later they hop in bed with Pauly Shore; Natalie Imbruglia performs "Smoke."
  • Show #1049
    Show #1049
    Episode 187
    7/23/98
    0.0
    Biff visits Branson, Missouri, while Marilu Henner unsuccessfully tries to persuade Dave into doing some calisthenics.
  • Show #1048
    Show #1048
    Episode 186
    7/22/98
    6.0
    Biff stands on the sidewalk in 95 degree heat as he tries to determine once again whether a Popsicle® or a Fudgesicle® will melt faster; around the corner from the theater, Dave hoses down passerby; The Farrelly Brothers promote the sleeper hit of 1998, There's Something About Mary, while they strut their "knowledge" of sumo wrestling.moreless
  • Show #1047
    Show #1047
    Episode 185
    7/21/98
    0.0
    In the latest roll call, Dave signs "Zorro" (Anton), an audience member with an enormous cold sore, and "Lynette the Late Show Opera Singer" off the checklist.
  • Show #1046
    Show #1046
    Episode 184
    7/20/98
    0.0
    Live out on the street, we see the traffic "congestion" created by New York hosting the Goodwill Games; Dave changes his tie midway through the show; James Caan shaves his mustache.
  • Show #1045
    Show #1045
    Episode 183
    7/17/98
    0.0
    The "Top Ten Cool Ways the Government Could Spend $63 Billion" is followed by an investigation by WCBS reporter David Diaz, who scrutinizes the lack of effort put into the long-running comedy piece. Interviews with Gerard, Biff, Richard Jewell and FBI Agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) leave the mystery unsolved.
  • Show #1044
    Show #1044
    Episode 182
    7/16/98
    0.0
    Know Your Current Events: the husband of one of tonight's contestants volunteers to be put to sleep by hypnotist Dr. Neil Cavey. Feeling anxious due to all the attention, he never falls asleep.
  • Show #1043
    Show #1043
    Episode 181
    7/15/98
    0.0
    Some guy in a kimono sits in with the band; in honor of Antonio Banderas' new movie, Rob doodles on a legal pad to show what Dave would look like if he was Zorro; Chris Elliott and Gerard Mulligan do a taste test.
  • Show #1042
    Show #1042
    Episode 180
    7/14/98
    0.0
    Soul singer Chuck Jackson sits in; Dave shows the audience what a laugh track looks like; the audience is forced to sit through another edition of "Please Stop Calling Me Chief."
  • Show #1041
    Show #1041
    Episode 179
    7/13/98
    0.0
    Jimmy Vaughan sits in with the band; Dave points out an audience member that resembles Rupert; Dave gives a little league baseball team a pep talk; Cherry Poppin' Daddies perform "Here Comes the Snake."
  • Show #1040
    Show #1040
    Episode 178
    7/3/98
    0.0
    During Mailbag, various staffers show the audience their baby pictures; Dave introduces a musical comedy troupe called "The Beltway Bunch" (a rip-off of The Capital Steps), and Tony runs them offstage; just before introducing tonight's "Stupid Pet Tricks," Dave thanks Merrill Markoe (who underwent surgery earlier in the day) for giving him the idea to do this segment.moreless
  • Show #1039
    Show #1039
    Episode 177
    7/2/98
    0.0
    In honor of Independence Day, Biff does a report from Colonial Williamsburg; Ben Stiller promotes There's Something About Mary; The Spice Girls make their first television appearance since the departure of Geri "Ginger" Halliwell.
  • Show #1038
    Show #1038
    Episode 176
    7/1/98
    0.0
    Thinking that it's robbing him of half of his audience, Dave shows phony clips of the X-Games competition being aired on cable; The Dixie Hummingbirds (featuring Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon) perform "Loves Me like a Rock."
  • Show #1037
    Show #1037
    Episode 175
    6/30/98
    0.0
    After several weeks of hype, hoopla, and anticipation, Dave finally does a "Charts and Graphs" segment; Dave claims that there's a webcam of him on the CBS site; child hollerin' champion Martha Anne Goodwin attempts to shatter Dave's eardrums.
  • Show #1036
    Show #1036
    Episode 174
    6/29/98
    0.0
    Throughout the night, Pat and Kenny throw stuff off the roof, including two 5-gallon water jugs, a pinball machine, twenty gallons of paint, and a TV/VCR set playing a Jerry Springer tape.
  • Show #1035
    Show #1035
    Episode 173
    6/26/98
    0.0
    Mailbag: Paul goes to desperate measures in order to get a raise, while Mujibur and Sirajul go on a wild goose chase for one of Dave's blue cards.
  • Show #1034
    Show #1034
    Episode 172
    6/25/98
    0.0
    Inspired by watching an episode of Wall Street Week where the panelists sit at a coffee table, Dave asks Biff to "host" the guests in the green room.
  • Show #1033
    Show #1033
    Episode 171
    6/24/98
    0.0
    Tony gives Dave the finger, while up-and-coming singer/actress Jennifer Lopez promotes Out of Sight.
  • Show #1032
    Show #1032
    Episode 170
    6/23/98
    0.0
    Al Norwood stirs Dave's coffee with the boom mike; Biff attempts to play the sax; Dave shows a clip of his supposed cameo in the "X-Files" movie.
  • Show #1031
    Show #1031
    Episode 169
    6/22/98
    0.0
    The Piedmont Bird Callers, once a favored act on Johnny Carson's show, make their third-ever appearance on Letterman. Also, Dave chats with Steve Yzerman, captain of the back-to-back Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings.
  • Show #1030
    Show #1030
    Episode 168
    6/19/98
    0.0
    Overexcited soccer commentator Andres Cantor presents the Top Ten; Sean Lennon performs "Home."
  • Show #1029
    Show #1029
    Episode 167
    6/18/98
    0.0
    Dave promotes the overhauled Late Show site, while Tony Randall brags about having a baby (his second) at age 78 with his own Top Ten list.
  • Show #1028
    Show #1028
    Episode 166
    6/17/98
    0.0
    An audience member walks out in disgust when Dave reminds everyone that the next "Charts & Graphs" segment in not for another two weeks. Also, Tony forgets a cue card and Dave gives him considerable grief.
  • Show #1027
    Show #1027
    Episode 165
    6/16/98
    0.0
    The outside cam reveals the long line of people waiting with anticipation to see the next "Charts and Graphs" segment on June 30. Also, Dave is started to find that tonight's Top Ten has no title, but counts down anyway.
  • Show #1026
    Show #1026
    Episode 164
    6/15/98
    0.0
    Live from the Beverly Hills Hilton, Casey Kasem arm wrestles bellhops; Dave and Tony look for the best steak restaurant in NYC; Dave chats with a boy from Jersey who had seven prom dates.
  • Show #1025
    Show #1025
    Episode 163
    6/12/98
    0.0
    Dave obsesses over some new words in the Merriam Webster Dictionary, and then reads definitions from an advance copy to the audience.
  • Show #1024
    Show #1024
    Episode 162
    6/11/98
    0.0
    A Starbucks is opened inside the band section, while actor-comedian Dane Cook makes his television stand-up debut.
  • Show #1023
    Show #1023
    Episode 161
    6/10/98
    0.0
  • Show #1022
    Show #1022
    Episode 160
    6/9/98
    0.0
    Dave tries to call Merv Griffin, but ends up chatting with his clueless receptionist; Dave shows a subpoena caddy he claims Martha Stewart made for President Clinton; Bill Cosby performs stand-up in a chair.
  • Show #1021
    Show #1021
    Episode 159
    6/8/98
    0.0
    Tonight's remote: Delivery guys deliver stuff to Dave's "apartment" in Flushing Meadows; items include a tree, a clown, beer, a sofa, a TV, and a singing telegram.
  • Show #1020
    Show #1020
    Episode 158
    6/5/98
    6.0
    Live via satellite at the Beverly Hills Hotel in sunny Southern California, Walter Matthau gets a haircut. Also, Luscious Jackson, Emmylou Harris, and the Indigo Girls perfrom together to promote Lilith Fair '98.
  • Show #1019
    Show #1019
    Episode 157
    6/4/98
    0.0
    After being bumped the last two nights, Late Show intern Jeremy Weiner finally gets his moment in the sun in "Dave Hangs with Interns," a segment that lasts around five seconds.
  • Show #1018
    Show #1018
    Episode 156
    6/3/98
    0.0
    Sarah Jessica Parker promotes her new HBO comedy Sex and the City, while "Paul Shaffer's Chair of Mystery" reveals the uglier side of Julia Roberts (played by Kenny Rogers).
  • Show #1017
    Show #1017
    Episode 155
    6/2/98
    5.0
    All night long, animals lick the camera lens. Included are a pot-bellied pig, lemur, a skunk, a miniature horse, and a guy dressed as a cat (Film Coordinator Rick "Shecky" Scheckman). Also, Dave announces his new catchphrase: "Holy crap!"
  • Show #1016
    Show #1016
    Episode 154
    6/1/98
    0.0
    Dave updates his map of the various locales in which he has received speeding tickets; Dave mentions that the son of Dave Dorsett was selected in today's MLB draft; Biff promotes his new culinary program "Cookin' Naked with Biff"; Art Garfunkel shoots free throws, and then goes one-on-one with a lookalike staffer named Gary.moreless
  • Show #1015
    Show #1015
    Episode 153
    5/22/98
    0.0
    A parody of VH-1's "Behind the Music" features Paul Shaffer's rise and fall and rise again, with testimonials from Kris Kristofferson, Eddie Vedder, Sting, Erik Estrada (who replaced Paul as bandleader), Lou Reed, and WCBS-TV's local news anchor Dana Tyler (see recap).
  • Show #1014
    Show #1014
    Episode 152
    5/21/98
    0.0
    A hairstylist that appeared in tonight's "Know Your Current Events" cuts Dave's hair for twenty bucks. He later gives her a $1000 tip.
  • Show #1013
    Show #1013
    Episode 151
    5/20/98
    0.0
    Biff reports from a Bulls-Pacers playoff game; teen actress Scarlett Johansson promotes The Horse Whisperer; Rob Burnett is dressed to the nines tonight, so Dave asks him to host the last twenty minutes of the show.
  • Show #1012
    Show #1012
    Episode 150
    5/19/98
    0.0
    The outside cam returns to the Friends ad that Matthew Perry wrecked last night, and Dave explains why he shouldn't be sued; Rob Burnett draws another doodle of Dave's lawyers; the Top Ten list is interrupted by the office manager in Wahoo, Nebraska (voice of Charles Grodin).
  • Show #1011
    Show #1011
    Episode 149
    5/18/98
    0.0
    The outside cam peers through the window of Dave's office to show the world a very hideous billboard promoting the sitcom Friends. Matthew Perry drops by to vandalize the advertisement.
  • Show #1010
    Show #1010
    Episode 148
    5/15/98
    0.0
    Continuing a sweeps period trend of having the audience represent a different city, Dave greets 700+ residents of New Orleans, Louisiana. Keeping up with the theme, Mayor Mark Morial presents Paul with a key to the city, Na'lens native John Goodman presents the Top Ten, and Biff visits Bourbon Street.
  • Show #1009
    Show #1009
    Episode 147
    5/14/98
    0.0
    Dave gripes about the eight-minute late start for the show tonight due to golf coverage. Rapidly becoming despondent, he picks up a bottle of tequila and tosses back a few at the desk. Also, Dave mentions that the CBS programDiagnosis Murder had the unfortunate distinction of airing a brand new episode up against the Seinfeld finale, and shows a clip that proves that they were phoning it in.moreless
  • Show #1008
    Show #1008
    Episode 146
    5/13/98
    0.0
    Dave notices the standby audience really has nothing to do, so makes them do a jigsaw puzzle. When they finish it at the end of the show, we see that it's an image of Al Chez.
  • Show #1007
    Show #1007
    Episode 145
    5/12/98
    0.0
    Dave shows another bogus "Family Circus" cartoon; Paul is discovered cheering on Hanson with a small army of teenyboppers outside.
  • Show #1006
    Show #1006
    Episode 144
    5/11/98
    0.0
    Dave visits a group of sailors on the audience, and one of them does a push-up onstage; Dave shows the audience today's (bogus) edition of The Family Circus; Faith Hill performs "This Kiss."
  • Show #1005
    Show #1005
    Episode 143
    5/8/98
    6.0
    Biff goes to Texas to learn to be a cowboy, and to make tonight's audience (residents of Houston) feel more at home, Lyle Lovett shows up to sing an old Hank Williams song, with Biff riding his horse onstage.
  • Show #1004
    Show #1004
    Episode 142
    5/7/98
    0.0
    Dave promotes his new talk show summer camp, while Green Day performs "King for a Day."
  • Show #1003
    Show #1003
    Episode 141
    5/6/98
    0.0
    Biff tries out tobacco juice spin art; Dave shows a clip from last night's show in which he mixed up "Viagra" with "Niagara"; Biff teaches Sally Field how to spit tobacco juice.
  • Show #1002
    Show #1002
    Episode 140
    5/5/98
    0.0
    The cast of the faux musical "Homecoming" performs a show-stopping number. Also, Trisha Yearwood performs "Never Let You Go Again."
  • Show #1001
    Show #1001
    Episode 139
    5/4/98
    0.0
    Maynard Ferguson sits in again; Paul runs the Kentucky Derby; Dave shows a microphone plaque he got from the staff.
  • Show #1000
    Show #1000
    Episode 138
    5/1/98
    0.0
    Tonight's "Stupid Human Tricks": Richard Anthony of Ontario reaches back over his shoulder and gives himself a wedgie; John Rites of Nebraska fits three McDonald's burgers into his mouth; and Mike Garcia and Craig Love of Milwaukee do an impression of a helicopter as one spins on the other's head; Gene Siskel makes his first public appearance since undergoing brain surgery that April; Dave announces Johnny Depp cancelled due to the technical difficulties from earlier in the week, and Paul goes on a tirade about it.moreless
  • Show #0999
    Show #0999
    Episode 137
    4/30/98
    0.0
    A monkey assumes power in the control room, while the Top Ten is interrupted by Antoine's Po' Boys and Deli spokesperson The Man on Fire.
  • Show #0998
    Show #0998
    Episode 136
    4/29/98
    0.0
    The latest roll call suggests that The Guy on Fire has officially sold out when he runs across the stage (in flames, of course) holding a sign for Highland Metals, Inc.
  • Show #0997
    Show #0997
    Episode 135
    4/28/98
    0.0
    Willie "Blue Moon" Watts sits in on pedal guitar; Dave announces that there have been some technical difficulties they may prevent Johnny Depp from appearing on the 1000th show later in the week; The Man on Fire sings the praises of Feline Pine kitty litter.
  • Show #0996
    Show #0996
    Episode 134
    4/27/98
    0.0
    Dave persuades an audience member named Gary to shave off his beard; The man who was on fire, then wasn't and is now on fire again promotes Kraus Chiropractic in Iowa; Gary orders a sandwich at Hello Deli; Dave and recent NFL draft pick Ryan Leaf throw footballs at a manhole.moreless
  • Show #0995
    Show #0995
    Episode 133
    4/24/98
    9.0
    Amongst the festivities of "Chicago Night": Jerry Springer's bouncers stand on opposite sides of the stage; The Man Not on Fire appears in an ad for Gold Coast Drugs; the Top Ten home office is temporarily moved to nearby Schaumberg, Illinois; local blues singer (and frequent guest) Taj Mahal presents the Top Ten; Bob Borden goes on a frantic pursuit through the Windy City attempting to get an interview with Oprah.moreless
  • Show #0994
    Show #0994
    Episode 132
    4/23/98
    0.0
    "Know Your Current Events" is interrupted so that The Man Not on Fire can pitch the Biore® self-heating mask. Later in the show, Dave admits that he's on a guilt trip for bumping an audience member for the shameless plug.
  • Show #0993
    Show #0993
    Episode 131
    4/22/98
    0.0
    The Guy Not on Fire appears in his first paid ad (for Elite Computers); a chat with Jason Alexander is interrupted by another inane special report by Alan Richardson; Steve Earle and the Dukes perform "I Still Carry You Around."
  • Show #0992
    Show #0992
    Episode 130
    4/21/98
    0.0
    The Guy Not on Fire announces that he is now available for commercials and endorsements, and later in the show he is seen in an ad for Sizzler. Also, Danny DeVito comes out onstage twice to protest Dave's jokes about him being a car hood ornament.
  • Show #0991
    Show #0991
    Episode 129
    4/20/98
    0.0
    Dave announces the birth of Jerry Foley's son; after showing footage from last year of Rob Burnett unwittingly scaring his young daughter in a Easter Bunny suit, he tries on a different outfit with more or less the same results; Harmony Korine almost says something coherent while being interviewed about his new book, which he wouldn't particularly recommend, so Dave tells him to go back to his hotel and take a shower.moreless
  • Show #0990
    Show #0990
    Episode 128
    4/10/98
    0.0
    During CBS Mailbag, a viewer asks if Dave has any plans to air his show from the space shuttle. Somehow as a response, astronaut Buzz Aldrin is seen hitting golfballs on the theatre roof.
  • Show #0989
    Show #0989
    Episode 127
    4/9/98
    0.0
    After mentioning a minor disagreement from earlier today, Dave announces his "blood feud" with director Jerry Foley; Mujibur and Sirajul appear on Jerry Springer, and no one's surprise, beat the crap out of each other; Dave starts ostracizing all the people who support Jerry in the ongoing squabble; Alan Cumming and the cast of the Broadway revival of Caberet perform the opening number.moreless
  • Show #0988
    Show #0988
    Episode 126
    4/8/98
    0.0
    Throughout the night, Bob Borden tries to set off car alarms directly outside the theater; Dave announces that The Guy on Fire is willing to perform for $2700 a pop, though the guy will come out sans flames for only $700; Jim Belushi attempts singing a old Perry Como song.
  • Show #0987
    Show #0987
    Episode 125
    4/7/98
    0.0
    Clint Black sits in; Dave comments on the hot new drug Viagra, then shows a bogus ad for The Teletubbies.
  • Show #0986
    Show #0986
    Episode 124
    4/6/98
    0.0
    Dave appears in student films as a side income, while Bob Borden runs throughout the city searching for Leonardo DiCaprio.
  • Show #0985
    Show #0985
    Episode 123
    4/3/98
    0.0
    Tom Hanks interrupts the monologue because he and Dave are dressed alike; throughout the night, spelling bee champ Edmund Gillette stands next to Rob's desk and spells words; during Mailbag, Alan Kalter reacts badly to a letter asking if he's a freak by visiting the letter-writer (Jay Johnson) and punching in his face; Tom gets a new suit.moreless
  • Show #0984
    Show #0984
    Episode 122
    4/2/98
    0.0
    Bruce Willis is live via satellite in Idaho from the set of his upcoming film "Breakfast of Champions." All night long he's inside a television monitor that bungee jumps off the roof, then gets dropped onto glass, a bathtub of pudding, and finally gets smashed from six stories onto the street. Also, Tom Brokaw gets annoyed by Dave and in mid-interview walks right back to 30 Rockefeller Center.moreless
  • Show #0983
    Show #0983
    Episode 121
    4/1/98
    0.0
    Paul is introduced as Cubby O'Brien; Heather Graham meets The Guy on Fire; Alec Baldwin helps Heather in a weird April Fool's gag in which they sign off and wish everybody a good night a la Saturday Night Live.
  • Show #0982
    Show #0982
    Episode 120
    3/31/98
    0.0
    Biff reports on Yankees Spring Training, where he follows/stalks Paul O'Neill. Also, Steve Miller performs "Fly Like An Eagle."
  • Show #0981
    Show #0981
    Episode 119
    3/30/98
    0.0
    Paul is introduced as Al Roker; throughout the night, Pat Farmer throws basketballs from the roof and into a bathtub on 53rd Street; Dave complains that the balls are "fruity"; Dave chats with a man who found $70,000 in a garbage can, then returned it to its rightful owner.
  • Show #0980
    Show #0980
    Episode 118
    3/27/98
    0.0
    Paul is introduced as "Ramone Conde"; Dave introduces Mishi, the world record holder for smallest man alive, and later Mishi holds a kitty to demonstrate his minuscule size on camera; Helen Hunt (live via satellite) presents the Top Ten.
  • Show #0979
    Show #0979
    Episode 117
    3/26/98
    0.0
    Biff hangs with the New York Yankees during Spring Training, while everybody in the audience gets free tickets to fly on British Airways.
  • Show #0978
    Show #0978
    Episode 116
    3/25/98
    0.0
    Dave shows a (bogus) ad for British Airways that is bursting with disclaimers; Laurie Diamond milks a cow backstage; another edition of "Please Stop Calling Me Chief" provides entertainment only to Dave; Charles Grodin acts remarkably hostile during his interview.
  • Show #0977
    Show #0977
    Episode 115
    3/24/98
    0.0
  • Show #0976
    Show #0976
    Episode 114
    3/18/98
    0.0
  • Show #0975
    Show #0975
    Episode 113
    3/17/98
    0.0
    It looks at first like the studio is being filled with green beer, but it turns out that one of the camera lenses have been tinted; "Leonardo DiCaprio" (Gerard) gloats over his newfound stardom; Dave chats with child actor Jack Johnson.
  • Show #0974
    Show #0974
    Episode 112
    3/16/98
    0.0
    Dave wears glasses for the duration of the show (a sign of things to come); Sean Pelton fills in for Anton, whom Dave dubs "Anton Zippy Stickwork;" Wilford Brimley sits in "Paul Shaffer's Chair of Mystery;" Formula One racing star Alex Zanardi cooks.
  • Show #0973
    Show #0973
    Episode 111
    3/6/98
    0.0
    Mailbag: Dave and his bodyguard (Bill DeLace) have a falling out. Also, Dave chats with 12-year-old inventor/entrepreneur Richie Stachowski, creator of Water Talkies.
  • Show #0972
    Show #0972
    Episode 110
    3/5/98
    0.0
    Gerard hosts "The Making of the Top Ten," a short documentary that reveals more about the writers' animosity towards Dave than the comedy bit that's being profiled. Also, Mark Chesnutt sings "Useless."
  • Show #0971
    Show #0971
    Episode 109
    3/4/98
    0.0
    Biff's latest celebrity interview involves a fat, bald guy claiming to be Leonardo DiCaprio.
  • Show #0970
    Show #0970
    Episode 108
    3/3/98
    0.0
    In the latest "Kid Scientists" segment, Lee Marek and his prodigies demonstrate the concept of heat. Also, Richie Sambora performs "All That Really Matters."
  • Show #0969
    Show #0969
    Episode 107
    3/2/98
    0.0
    As usual, Dave cheats in his annual competition with the World Grocery Bagging Champion. This years' sucker: Frank Urbancic. Also, Dave shows a (bogus) clip of President Clinton skiing, then shows a preview of the upcoming CBS special "Pat Farmer: Master Escape Artist" (co-starring Kenny Sheehan).
  • Show #0968
    Show #0968
    Episode 106
    2/27/98
    0.0
  • Show #0967
    Show #0967
    Episode 105
    2/26/98
    0.0
  • Show #0966
    Show #0966
    Episode 104
    2/25/98
    0.0
    David "Fathead" Newman sits in on sax; Bob Borden reports from the Grammys; Dave shows an ad for "Saddam's Beret Bazaar."
  • Show #0965
    Show #0965
    Episode 103
    2/24/98
    0.0
    Dave points out that Rob Burnett made a cameo on last night's episode of Cosby; the editors of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue reveal that most of the photo shoot was done at the White House; Dave chats with Cammi Granato and Sarah Tueting of the gold medal-winning US women's hockey team.moreless
  • Show #0964
    Show #0964
    Episode 102
    2/23/98
    0.0
    Paul Newman drops by to annoy Dave; outtakes from last week's "Olympic Hopefuls" piece are shown; Dave persuades a less-than-homesick Dorothy to go back to Indianapolis.
  • Show #0963
    Show #0963
    Episode 101
    2/20/98
    0.0
    In "Day in New York City with Olympic Judges," the one female judge gives Dave's performance in bed a 2.8; during Stupid Pet Tricks, Biff demonstrates a trick he learned in Nagano; throughout the night, Jonny Moseley ski-jumps outside the theater on 53rd Street.
  • Show #0962
    Show #0962
    Episode 100
    2/19/98
    0.0
    Almost halfway into the show, Dave suddenly leaves and gets into a cab that drives to Mexico, then San Francisco. Dave then boats across the Pacific, stops in Japan and sweeps the ice during an Olympic Curling competition in Nagano. Also in Nagano, Dorothy stumbles upon Bob Dole, while Biff searches for celebrity look-alikes.moreless
  • Show #0961
    Show #0961
    Episode 99
    2/18/98
    0.0
    Regis, Paul, Mujibur and Sirajul help Dave learn how to skate a la Kristi Yamiguchi; Dave and Jerry Foley observe and interview "Future Olympic Hopefuls," including a young boy who loves eating salt.
  • Show #0960
    Show #0960
    Episode 98
    2/17/98
    0.0
    Mike Myers chats with (live via satellite) his mother, while Dorothy interrogates Picabo Street.
  • Show #0959
    Show #0959
    Episode 97
    2/16/98
    0.0
    Live via satellite in Nagano, Japan: Dorothy's feeling under the weather, Biff and his wife Carolyn chat with Winter Olympic athletes. Also, Tony shows us a cue card supposedly burned in an office fire that weekend, while Dale Earnhardt, Sr. presents the Top Ten.
  • Show #0958
    Show #0958
    Episode 96
    2/13/98
    0.0
    Live via satellite, it's Dave's mom at the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, where she introduces a skiing monkey. She also presents the Top Ten.
  • Show #0957
    Show #0957
    Episode 95
    2/12/98
    0.0
    While playing "Know Your Current Events," a soon-to-be unemployed stewardess for United Airlines tells Dave, "Passengers are our worst enemy." Also, ten US Olympic hockey players present the Top Ten, while Dorothy interviews Kristi Yamaguchi, Jim Nantz, and K. C. Boutiette.
  • Show #0956
    Show #0956
    Episode 94
    2/11/98
    0.0
    Jonny "Big Air" Moseley, Gold-medal winner for Mogul Skiing, shows off the large pieces of whitebread being served to the American Olympians.
  • Show #0955
    Show #0955
    Episode 93
    2/10/98
    0.0
    Remote: Dave goes door-to-door in New Jersey again, this time to ask about the Winter Olympics. Also, to promote their new film, the reunited Blues Brothers Band (including Paul, Dan Aykroyd, John Goodman, and a twelve-year-old boy) perform "Sweet Home Chicago."
  • Show #0954
    Show #0954
    Episode 92
    2/9/98
    0.0
    Throughout the night, ski-jumping dogs perform in the backdrop; Felicia returns; Dorothy Letterman makes her first report from Nagano.
  • Show #0953
    Show #0953
    Episode 91
    2/6/98
    0.0
    It's the opening of the Winter Olympics, so Dave announces miniature Ski-Jumping Dogs in the backdrop. Also, live via satellite, Dave chats with his mom in Nagano, Japan.
  • Show #0952
    Show #0952
    Episode 90
    2/5/98
    0.0
    Dave chats Pam Amba and "Honeymoon," the pig that saved her life.
  • Show #0951
    Show #0951
    Episode 89
    2/4/98
    0.0
    Tonight's "Dave's Video Collection" features nude cigar smoking; Dan Aykroyd promotes Blues Brothers 2000, which, Dave points out, co-stars Paul Shaffer; Duncan Sheik performs "Everyone, Everywhere."
  • Show #0950
    Show #0950
    Episode 88
    2/3/98
    0.0
    Anton introduced as Prince Randusi of Senegal; Mike Campbell is still here; ten interns present the Top Ten; John Goodman shows a clip of him jumping into a fountain pool.
  • Show #0949
    Show #0949
    Episode 87
    2/2/98
    0.0
    Throughout the week, guitarist Mike Campbell fills in for Felicia, who has the flu; Dave mentions that yesterday was the sixteenth anniversary of the debut of Late Night; Tom Arnold promotes his struggling, self-titled WB sitcom.
  • Show #0948
    Show #0948
    Episode 86
    1/30/98
    0.0
    "CBS Mailbag" features another letter from fan Mark Hendren, asking what Dave does to celebrate President's Day. Dave shows a President's Day Sale, as Lincoln's wig falls off. Also, Paul performs a song promoting Tom Selleck's appearance next week, and Merrill Markoe appears to promote her book "Guide to Love."
  • Show #0947
    Show #0947
    Episode 85
    1/29/98
    0.0
    Ruth Brown sits in with the band; on "Know Your Current Events," second player George (a New Jersey cop) wins dinner, a CD, and gum, which Dave and Paul sample; eight-year-old cook Justin Miller distributes his "Jurassic Dessert" (crepes) to the audience, as three samples fall to the floor.
  • Show #0946
    Show #0946
    Episode 84
    1/28/98
    0.0
    John Popper sits in; Dave does the first of his many all-Clinton monologues.
  • Show #0945
    Show #0945
    Episode 83
    1/27/98
    0.0
    Dave brings out his top intern Duane, who might be a Chippendale dancer on the side. Also, Dave complains about Late Show knockoffs and shows as an example "The Simon Harvey Show" from Australia. The host: Tony Randall.
  • Show #0944
    Show #0944
    Episode 82
    1/26/98
    0.0
    Dave finds three girls in the audience that have never slept with President Clinton; Bob Borden covers the Super Bowl, so Dave implies that Sparky Mortimer can actually get some studying done this year; for one night only, the Top Ten Office moves to Worchester, Pennsylvania; Dave chats with the Newsweek reporter that broke the Monica Lewinsky scandal.moreless
  • Show #0943
    Show #0943
    Episode 81
    1/16/98
    0.0
    Mailbag: Biff stars in the Swedish sitcom knockoff "Mjørk and Minde." Also, famed session keyboardist Chuck Leavell sits in.
  • Show #0942
    Show #0942
    Episode 80
    1/15/98
    0.0
    Biff has hot towels for the audience, while the Spice Girls perform "Stop."
  • Show #0941
    Show #0941
    Episode 79
    1/14/98
    0.0
    "Dave Sucks" is spray-painted onto the World Trade Center, while "The Masked Magician" (Pat Farmer) performs a dangerous trick on Kenny Sheehan.
  • Show #0940
    Show #0940
    Episode 78
    1/13/98
    0.0
    Mick Fleetwood sits in again, now joined by pianist Allen Toussaint. Also, tonight's "May We See Your Photos, Please?" is a surprising disappointment, as there was only one customer, and he was dropping off a roll of film.
  • Show #0939
    Show #0939
    Episode 77
    1/12/98
    0.0
    Mick Fleetwood sits in, and later he plays drums for tonight's musical guests, fellow Fleetwood Mac members Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
  • Show #0938
    Show #0938
    Episode 76
    1/9/98
    0.0
    CBS Mailbag: Chris Schmitt of Ottawa, Kansas asks why Biff has a scowl on his face. Biff comes onstage as a lobster is hooked on his backside. Later, Dave explains the formula for comedy success: "Lobster + Ass = Funny!"
  • Show #0937
    Show #0937
    Episode 75
    1/8/98
    0.0
    Marc Anthony and the Broadway cast members perform a song from Paul Simon's new musical "The Capeman."
  • Show #0936
    Show #0936
    Episode 74
    1/7/98
    0.0
    Recently deposed "Weekend Update" anchorman Norm MacDonald vents his anger to Dave; daredevil dance group Streb performs.
  • Show #0935
    Show #0935
    Episode 73
    1/6/98
    0.0
    Leon's still here; a customer from Joe G's stars in the quickie movie "Titanic: Death Boat ‘98"; the outside-cam reveals radioactive steam coming out of the Chrysler Building.
  • Show #0934
    Show #0934
    Episode 72
    1/5/98
    0.0
    Like he does every year, Dave regales us with another one of his far-fetched New Year's stories. After Leon Pendarvis brings him down to earth, Dave confesses that he and Biff celebrated by photocopying their face at Kinko's.
  • Show #0933
    Show #0933
    Episode 71
    12/30/97
    7.0
    Dave talks about his plans for New Year's.
  • Show #0932
    Show #0932
    Episode 70
    12/29/97
    0.0
    David Sanborn sits in; Ms. Markey's kindergarten kids in Bowie, MD each write an essay titled "If I Could Have One Wish"; Bridget Fonda promotes "Jackie Brown."
  • Show #0931
    Show #0931
    Episode 69
    12/26/97
    10
    During Mailbag, "The Biff Henderson Celebrity Telephone Interview" interrogates a man claiming to be Dick Clark. Later in the show, during Dave's interview with Anne Heche, Ellen Degeneres walks onstage with "their" baby (actually Michelle O'Callaghan's).
  • Show #0930
    Show #0930
    Episode 68
    12/23/97
    0.0
    It's "Holiday Tradition Night" on the Late Show: Another Darlene Love/Bette Sussman performance of "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)," along with the 15th annual Paul Shaffer impression of Cher's "O Holy Night." Also, Biff goes to Queens to look for Santa.
  • Show #0929
    Show #0929
    Episode 67
    12/22/97
    0.0
    In honor of the week's top-grossing film, Titanic, the stage floods with water. Also, Rupert introduces "Rudolph, the Littlest Reindeer."
  • Show #0928
    Show #0928
    Episode 66
    12/19/97
    0.0
    "James Bond" (Tom Manino) comes up from the audience at Dave's insistance. Later in the show, Pierce Bronson and his doppleganger go one-on-one. Also, Paul wears his christmas present from Dave: a Jerry Springer-style wig.
  • Show #0927
    Show #0927
    Episode 65
    12/18/97
    0.0
    Dave shows a (bogus) clip of him as a 50's-era child actor, while Biff receives Foster's Lager ® from an Australian audience member.
  • Show #0926
    Show #0926
    Episode 64
    12/17/97
    0.0
    Dave annoys Paul with his impersonation of John Wayne speaking French: "Bonjour, mon ami."
  • Show #0925
    Show #0925
    Episode 63
    12/16/97
    7.0
    A plastic Statue of Liberty, a giant meatball, and a pile of bagels are placed on top of the Late Show Christmas Tree. Later in the show, a preacher in the audience puts sauce on the meatball.
  • Show #0924
    Show #0924
    Episode 62
    12/15/97
    0.0
    Dave and Tony go to Giants Stadium so Tony can be a kicker, with a little help from Giants coach Jim Fassel, plus kickers Brad Daluiso and Danny Kanell; a man claiming to be the new president of Iran promotes the "Live on Letterman" CD; Tyra Banks shows Dave her $3 million bra.moreless
  • Show #0923
    Show #0923
    Episode 61
    12/12/97
    0.0
    During Mailbag, Dave and Paul give birth to septuplets. Also, child actor Alex D. Linz plugs "Home Alone 3."
  • Show #0922
    Show #0922
    Episode 60
    12/11/97
    0.0
    The outside cam reveals Buddy (Bill Clinton's dog) trying to get inside Hooters. Also, Nathan Lane sings a brief song about Hanukkah.
  • Show #0921
    Show #0921
    Episode 59
    12/10/97
    0.0
  • Show #0920
    Show #0920
    Episode 58
    12/9/97
    0.0
  • Show #0919
    Show #0919
    Episode 57
    12/8/97
    0.0
    Grover Washington, Jr. sits in; Dave shows a Sing and Snore Ernie that he bought yesterday, and it's head tragically comes off with blood gushing out; Dave and Heisman Trophy candidate Peyton Manning go one-on-one in the latest Late Show QB Challenge.
  • Show #0918
    Show #0918
    Episode 56
    11/28/97
    0.0
    During Mailbag, Dave bags groceries. Also, in spoof of those high-related FOX specials, Dave and Paul reveal one of the magician's secrets.
  • Show #0917
    Show #0917
    Episode 55
    11/27/97
    0.0
    It's time for another call to Dave's mom to play "Guess the Pies"; tonight, she's baked coconut butterscotch pecan pie and cherry pie as well as a sculpted head of Dave made of stuffing. Also, George Clarke starts singing to the new live CD.
  • Show #0916
    Show #0916
    Episode 54
    11/26/97
    0.0
    A high school marching band from Memphis storms through the audience after "Know Your Current Events."
  • Show #0915
    Show #0915
    Episode 53
    11/25/97
    0.0
    Dave brings in cab driver Carlos Andrede, who becomes the master of ceremonies in the hastily-produced "Carlos Andrede Thanksgiving Day Parade," featuring performances from Miss New York 1998 and the Rutgers University Marching Band.
  • Show #0914
    Show #0914
    Episode 52
    11/24/97
    0.0
    Paul leaves the show to hosts his own spinoff chatfest; comedian Bill Irwin; the cast of "Stomp" performs.
  • Show #0913
    Show #0913
    Episode 51
    11/21/97
    0.0
    Dave shows a (bogus) ad for a Clinton phone sex hotline, while Kirstie Alley plugs "Veronica's Closet."
  • Show #0912
    Show #0912
    Episode 50
    11/20/97
    0.0
    Tony Mendez interrupts Dave, pointing out that he's missing a cue card. It turns out it was with Tony Randall all along.
  • Show #0911
    Show #0911
    Episode 49
    11/19/97
    0.0
    Dave (supposedly) calls the Butterball Turkey Handling Hotline, while two mailmen (Leonard and Gerard) present a U.S. Post Office-sanctioned message about on-the-job safety.
  • Show #0910
    Show #0910
    Episode 48
    11/18/97
    0.0
    It's another "Quarterback Challenge" as Pittsburgh Steelers field general Kordell Stewart and Dave aim footballs at a water tower across the street from the Ed Sullivan Theater.
  • Show #0909
    Show #0909
    Episode 47
    11/17/97
    0.0
    Dave plugs the new CD "Live on Letterman," then goes door-to-door offering to rake leaves.
  • Show #0908
    Show #0908
    Episode 46
    11/14/97
    0.0
    During Mailbag, Gerard performs a Broadway-style number about the possibility of him getting fired. Also, Heather Graham plugs "Boogie Nights."
  • Show #0907
    Show #0907
    Episode 45
    11/13/97
    0.0
    Live from the Edwards Air Force Base, Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton race to earn the title of "World's Fastest Movie Star." Also, Bill Murray plugs "The Man Who Knew Too Little."
  • Show #0906
    Show #0906
    Episode 44
    11/12/97
    8.5
    The greatest six minutes in Late Show history: When the Top Ten card is missing, Dave runs out of the theater, is hit by a cab, runs into Al Roker, and goes into Flashdancers and takes the card off one of the strippers. Shortly afterwards, Paul, missing his sheet music for the Top Ten, runs out of the theater, is hit by a tour bus, runs into Regis Philbin, and goes into the NY Stock Exchange, where he finds his sheet music on the floor. Just as Dave begins the Top Ten, Biff is missing his headset, so he runs out of the theater, is hit by a police horse, runs into Gavin MacLeod, and goes into a Burger King to grab a headset off a sales clerk. When he finally returns, there is no time left for the Top Ten.moreless
  • Show #0905
    Show #0905
    Episode 43
    11/11/97
    0.0
    Dave makes a bad phone call for an audience member, then comments on Marv Albert's legal troubles.
  • Show #0904
    Show #0904
    Episode 42
    11/10/97
    0.0
    "Master Mentalist" Pat Farmer does a demonstration on Kenny Sheehan; singer-restaurateur Naomi Judd cooks a family recipe for Dave.
  • Show #0903
    Show #0903
    Episode 41
    11/7/97
    0.0
    Casey Kasem introduces the "Late Show Chair of Mystery." Also, BB King and Tracy Chapman perform a soulful duet.
  • Show #0902
    Show #0902
    Episode 40
    11/6/97
    0.0
    Dave shows a fake ad for a PBS documentary about the band KISS. Later, a lady in the audience who Dave accidentally threw a blue card near is now wearing a cervical collar.
  • Show #0901
    Show #0901
    Episode 39
    11/5/97
    0.0
    Dave, Paul, Alan, Calvert, and Anton (as "Buddy") star in "Late Show: The Movie." Also, Rudy Guiliani (poorly) disguises himself as a audience member in the latest edition of "Who Asked For It?"
  • Show #0900
    Show #0900
    Episode 38
    11/4/97
    0.0
    1997: We go to Joe G.'s in search of a political candidate, and we find an unsuspecting patron named Lee Holt. Later in the show, Lee becomes the subject of a hastily-produced attack ad.
  • Show #0899
    Show #0899
    Episode 37
    11/3/97
    0.0
    Dave shows a picture of production associate Tara Callahan, who ran in the New York Marathon; John Travolta plugs Face-Off; Martin Short appears for exactly thirty seconds.
  • Show #0898
    Show #0898
    Episode 36
    10/31/97
    0.0
    In honor of the new movie "Boogie Nights," Dave shows bogus clips of Paul and Nadine Hennelly in 70's-era porno films. Meanwhile, Tony impresses Dave with his clown costume.
  • Show #0897
    Show #0897
    Episode 35
    10/30/97
    0.0
    Lee Marek helps Dave out with a sextet of Kid Scientists.
  • Show #0896
    Show #0896
    Episode 34
    10/29/97
    0.0
    Biff plays "Let's Scare the Crap Out of Rupert Jee," while Dave interviews Bobby Bonilla of the World Series Champion Florida Marlins.
  • Show #0895
    Show #0895
    Episode 33
    10/28/97
    0.0
    Following yesterday's sell-off on Wall Street, Dave shows footage of deceased stockbrokers ascending back through windows after today's market recovery. Later, Penn and Teller perform a new trick.
  • Show #0894
    Show #0894
    Episode 32
    10/27/97
    0.0
    Dave shows (bogus) footage of businessmen jumping out of windows on Wall Street; we take a look at "What Dave Did with the Extra Hour from Standard Time"; Mariah Carey sings "Butterfly."
  • Show #0893
    Show #0893
    Episode 31
    10/17/97
    0.0
    WCBS-TV presents a skit about a pancake that looks like Paul. Later, Robert Pastorelli promotes his new drama "Cracker."
  • Show #0892
    Show #0892
    Episode 30
    10/16/97
    0.0
    Dave presents "The Story Behind the Story: The Rolling Stones," which looks at the dramatic and emotionally draining production of a "Behind the Music"-type show.
  • Show #0891
    Show #0891
    Episode 29
    10/15/97
    0.0
    Paul introduces this year's National League champions, the Atlanta Braves, until Dave tells him that the Florida Marlins actually won. Later, Carly Simon and Jimmy Webb perform a duet.
  • Show #0890
    Show #0890
    Episode 28
    10/14/97
    0.0
    After Dave shows clips of past bunny antics, the Late Show presents "How Many Guys in Bunny Suits Can Get in the Times Square Disney Store?" The answer: Three. Later, Stevie Starr shows Dave the magic of forcing yourself to regurgitate.
  • Show #0889
    Show #0889
    Episode 27
    10/13/97
    0.0
    1997: Stagehand and accomplished thespian Kenny Sheehan is seen in clips from "The Today Show," "Guiding Light," "Cosby," "The People's Court," and "Spin City."
  • Show #0888
    Show #0888
    Episode 26
    10/10/97
    0.0
    "Dr." Bill DeLace comments on seasonal allergies; Mark Wahlberg promotes "Boogie Nights."
  • Show #0887
    Show #0887
    Episode 25
    10/9/97
    0.0
    Throughout the night, Leonard plugs his new show, "Leonard Tepper's Hidden Video." Later, Jim Belushi promotes "Total Security."
  • Show #0886
    Show #0886
    Episode 24
    10/8/97
    0.0
    Dave watches leaves turn and nails dry, as an audience member receives and smokes his first cigar.
  • Show #0885
    Show #0885
    Episode 23
    10/7/97
    0.0
    Joe G. stars in the new crime drama "Joey Ventura," and clips from the show are scattered throughout the night; Dave gives Paul crap for bumping into a cameraman; Bryant Gumbel promotes his soon-to-debut news program.
  • Show #0884
    Show #0884
    Episode 22
    10/6/97
    0.0
    Dave and Paul visit the "International Hair Forum"; Dan Aykroyd promotes "Soul Man" and plays the harmonica.
  • Show #0883
    Show #0883
    Episode 21
    10/3/97
    0.0
    Dave shows (bogus) NASA footage of Mir; the Dutch Mariachis sing "Happy Birthday" to Biff.
  • Show #0882
    Show #0882
    Episode 20
    10/2/97
    0.0
    Dave comments on the Yankees playoff chances, then chats with new "Today" co-host Matt Lauer.
  • Show #0881
    Show #0881
    Episode 19
    10/1/97
    0.0
    Cameron Diaz promotes "A Life Less Ordinary," while the famed contortionist Veniamin does a demonstration.
  • Show #0880
    Show #0880
    Episode 18
    9/30/97
    0.0
    Dave gives a local named Tom Worzall ten seconds of air time, then chats with Wonderbra model Sarah O'Hare.
  • Show #0879
    Show #0879
    Episode 17
    9/29/97
    6.0
    Bob Borden finally gets to meet Jaleel "Urkel" White, while Paul composes a musical number about pastries that resemble celebrities.
  • Fourth Anniversary Special
    9/29/97
    6.5
    Dave shows some of his favorite remotes, segments, and comedy clips from the first four years of "The Late Show."
  • Show #0877
    Show #0877
    Episode 15
    9/26/97
    0.0
    In a return to the popular theme nights of yore, the entire LATE SHOW audience consists of freshmen from NYU. During the show, Candice Bergen presents a special college-themed Top Ten list.
  • Show #0876
    Show #0876
    Episode 14
    9/25/97
    0.0
    Richard Simmons interupts "Know Your Current Events"; Drew Carey presents "Top Ten Signs You Work in a Bad Office"; 7-year-old Jonathan Lipnicki promotes his new sitcom, "Meego."
  • Show #0875
    Show #0875
    Episode 13
    9/24/97
    0.0
    Dave discusses aerosol cheese with last minute guest Chef Michael Lomonaco who says, "It's great when you're driving, actually. You get a little squirt when you're driving."
  • Show #0874
    Show #0874
    Episode 12
    9/23/97
    0.0
    Biff delivers a housewarming gift to a Hooters franchise that just opened, and they send back buffalo wings. Later, an NBC nurse tends to Nicole Kidman's cold.
  • Show #0873
    Show #0873
    Episode 11
    9/22/97
    0.0
    Dave listens to the philosophies of second-graders in "Dave Talks to Kids"; George Clooney promotes "The Peacemaker."
  • Show #0872
    Show #0872
    Episode 10
    9/12/97
    0.0
    Dave chats with new CBS star "Steve Urkel" (Gerard); lawyer-author Star Jones plugs the new talk show "The View"; The Bee Gees perform "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart."
  • Show #0871
    Show #0871
    Episode 9
    9/11/97
    0.0
    Paul writes a song for a trucker who participated in "Know Your Current Events," while Dave chats with WNBA MVP Cynthia Cooper.
  • Show #0870
    Show #0870
    Episode 8
    9/10/97
    0.0
    Dave is so fascinated by Paul's shaved head (introduced two nights beforehand) that he has to talk about it at the beginning of the show and later subjects it to several comedy bits.
  • Show #0869
    Show #0869
    Episode 7
    9/9/97
    0.0
    Dave calls the pay phone island outside so that an unsuspecting tourist could participate in a comedy skit. When nobody picks up a phone, Dave goes on the street and invites a guy from Vermont to perform a musical number with Tony Randall.
  • Show #0868
    Show #0868
    Episode 6
    9/8/97
    0.0
    Paul returns from filming "Blues Brothers 2000" with a shaved head. Meanwhile, Dave, Biff, Regis, Al Roker, and Bob Barker harass people in Central Park.
  • Show #0867
    Show #0867
    Episode 5
    9/5/97
    0.0
    On Warren's last night filling in for Paul, he receives a "Deputy of Comedy" badge. Later, Sugar Ray performs "Fly."
  • Show #0866
    Show #0866
    Episode 4
    9/4/97
    0.0
  • Show #0865
    Show #0865
    Episode 3
    9/3/97
    0.0
    Viewers at home receive the rare opportunity to see the new audience orientation tape (starring Leonard Tepper). Later, Fiona Apple performs "Criminal."
  • Show #0864
    Show #0864
    Episode 2
    9/2/97
    0.0
    Warren is caught watching tennis on TV; Dave harasses teen talk show host John Hall; Beck performs "Devil's Haircut."
  • Show #0863
    Show #0863
    Episode 1
    9/1/97
    0.0
    Dave shows highlights from the annual Labor Day staff cookout on 53rd Street; Terry Bradshaw and stagehand Corky Ramirez both inexplicably break into song.
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