The Late Show: "Please Stop Calling Me Mitt"
Speaks for its self! AWESOME. He's gonna make it!
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The bikini-clad pop princess presents the "Top Ten Ways The Country Would Be Different If Britney Spears Were President."
Frank Caliendo on the late show .
Ben Schwartz is a freelance writer for the Late Show with David Letterman's monologue and Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update. Here are some of his rejected jokes from December '04 and December '05 featuring special guest Samm Levine (Freaks and Geeks, Entourage, Not Another Teen Movie)
We make jokes, but what do You Tubers really like about David Letterman and the Late Show? This is a top ten list I asked You Tubers gathering in NYC 7-7-07 to share with me as a tribute to David Letterman's 25 years on late night television! This is also my 100th video!
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With the full moon approaching last night, I couldnât sleep, thinking about werewolves. Hereâs a mashup of the old movie and the song by Warren Zevon covered by Adam Sandler on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Hey everyone! I'm ----Ginny Jones your host for playingpoliticstv.com, your online video guide to everything political. On this edition of playing politics I will be discussing presidential candidate John McCain.
Arizona Senator John McCain is one of the candidates for the Republican nomination in this year’s presidential election. He began his career as a naval aviator and was elected to the senate in 1986 where he served until now.
Upon entering the Senate in 1987, McCain became a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, with whom he had formerly done his Navy liaison work; he also joined the Commerce Committee and the Indian Affairs Committee. He has often supported the Native American agenda, advocating self-governance and sovereignty, supporting Native American gambling enterprises and tribe control of adoptions.
McCain was a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2000 presidential election, but was defeated by George W. Bush after closely contested battles in several early primary states.
While generally adhering to conservative policy, McCain established a reputation as a political maverick for his willingness to defy Republican orthodoxy on several issues.
McCain announced he was seeking the 2008 Presidential nomination from the Republican Party in February of 2007 on the Late Show With David Letterman and officially started his 2008 presidential campaign in April 2007. Should McCain win in 2008, he will be the oldest person to assume the Presidency in history being 72 years old, Ronald Reagan, who was 69 years old at his inauguration
Thanks for watching playing politicstv.com, I’m Ginny Jones reminding you to get out and vote.
Jeff Dunham and Walter on The Late Show with David Letterman 9/21/06
Kaki King has never been one for convention. Over the last few years, she has enjoyed well-earned status as the zeit-girl of instrumental acoustic guitar; a gifted young ingenue closing rank on the canonized heroes of the genre. Now, with ...Until We Felt Red, she bests herself and defies expectation again-ditching her acoustic for an electric, lap steel and perhaps, the most unexpected instrument of all: her own voice. For King, the choice was one of artistic necessity. "I love the guitar so much, but I found myself running up against the limitations of the solo acoustic sound. I knew that if I ever wanted to return to that style, I would have to take a break from it and travel a different direction for a while." A bold move in the wake of the success of 2003's Everybody Loves You (Velour) and her 2004 breakout, Legs to Make Us Longer (Sony), an album that won her vast critical praise and landed her a performance on The Late Show with David Letterman and other late-night staples.
Mary Kate Olsen promotes her movie "The Wackness" on the Late Show.
Shawn Johnson's appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman on August 25, 2008.
When President George W Bush sat through a Top Ten list from the Late Show with David Letterman making fun of Bush at the April 21 White House Correspondents Dinner, Bush wasted no time patting himself on the back for his openness to criticism. In this video, however, I put together a few clips to ask some real questions about whether the Bush Administration has actually opened itself up to substantive dissenting opinions.
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