DAVID LETTERMAN’S last episode of “The Late Show” drew nearly 13.8 million viewers on Wednesday night. That’s his biggest audience in two decades . . . since a February 1994 episode following the Winter Olympics.
Speaking of “Letterman”, they didn’t any time trashing the show’s set. The “New York Post” says the George Washington Bridge from the background was spared, but everything else was sent to the dump.
(This reminds us of that “Seinfeld” episode where Kramer finds the “Merv Griffin Show” set in a dumpster, and sets it up in his apartment. Interesting Fact: Like “Letterman”, that show also filmed at the Ed Sullivan Theater.)
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