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  1. Entertainment

    Watch David Letterman Announce His Coming Retirement From The Late Show

    It started as a rumor yesterday, but it's true. David Letterman is retiring from The Late Show after more than thirty years. This clip from last night's show isn't particularly emotional. Letterman keeps it light. Still, there's never been a time in my life when Letterman wasn't on television. He was a big influence. He'll be missed.

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  2. Entertainment

    David Letterman Is Retiring From The Late Show, Here’s Who I Think Should Replace Him

    Look. I have a lot of strong feelings about late night talk shows. I'm a comedian. I think we all do. It's looking like the David Letterman retiring rumor is true and that has me feeling feelings. Letterman is great, and he's going to leave a big hole. Who should fill it? Here's my pick, and no, I'm not picking myself.

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  3. Entertainment

    World’s Best Besties Patrick Stewart And Ian McKellen Took Over Late Night, Remain The Best

    Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen have a bromance for the ages. They've been gallivanting around NYC together for a while now, hanging at the Empire State Building and at Knicks games, making sci-fi/fantasy fans the world over shriek with AU crossover joy. Last night, we were treated to the Sirs' adorableness on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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  4. Entertainment

    Have Mercy, Jesse and the Rippers Reunion Show Happening

    Full House ran from 1987 to 1995, or for me, the ages of four to 12. During that time if you asked me to name my favorite band, there's a real chance I would have said "Jesse and the Rippers." I didn't know very many bands, but still, little kid me is very pumped about the news that Jesse and the Rippers are performing a reunion show on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

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  5. Entertainment

    Jimmy Fallon Officially Taking Over The Tonight Show If Jay Leno Ever Steps Down

    It's as official as it's going to get: Jay Leno is stepping down from The Tonight Show again and Jimmy Fallon will be replacing him, though we've all been here before. The switch is expected to happen during NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics next year, and will bring The Tonight Show back to New York City under Lorne Michaels as Executive Producer. Will it all go down smoothly, or are we in for another round of late night wars?

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