Dave finally meets Daljit Dhaliwal, who seems more interested in discussing world affairs then responding to Dave's thinly-veiled flirting. Also, Shawn Wayans promotes Scary Movie and talks current events.
Paul Rodgers of Bad Company sits in on vocals; after Dave worries about possible civil disobedience in downtown LA after the Lakers' NBA Championship, Harold Larkin opens the door to reveal rioting outside the theater; Mark Wahlberg promotes The Perfect Storm, Deftones performed "Change."
The INS harasses Tony again; "Know Your Current Events" includes "Know Your Janet Reno Eyeglasses"; Rob Burnett appears live via satellite from LA for "Campaign 2000"; Alan and his portly, cross-dressing German son celebrate Take Your Daughters to Work Day.
During "Campaign 2000," Maria fills in for Rob, who's too busy working on the NBC pilot Ed; Biff presents the winning contestant of tonight's "Beat the Clock" with the home version of the game (a checkerboard); "Phil Carmichael" of CBS Promotions (Jon Polito) does a presentation on ratings stunts.
Steely Dan promotes its first album in two decades, "Two Against Nature," with a brief chat with Dave and a performance of "Cousin Dupree."
14-year-old music prodigy Shannon Kerman sits in; Paul's most vivid memory of this year's World Series is reinterpreted by Martin Scorsese and Ricky Martin; after Mujibur and Sirajul play "Where Can I Get a Decent Meal in This Town?" at the trendy Ranch 1 restaurant, Biff brings in fried chicken, an item that they claimed they didn't have.moreless
Dave tells another dentist-related horror story; in "New for Fall," Mujibur and Sirajul star in the Bollywood musical "Basanta Gan Gaibay"; Evander Holyfield presents the Top Ten, but Lennox Lewis interrupts to introduce #1; in his first Late Show appearance, Russell Crowe promotes The Insider.