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The first episode of the Talk, Comedy, series Late Show with David Letterman season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 was released in 2008-09-02 by CBS. The TV show was created by and directed by . Actors in the cast include David Letterman, Paul Shaffer. The avarenge rating on IMDB: is / 10. Series awards - .

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Episode 1

Nicolas Cage, Anna Torv, Terrence Howard

air day: 2008-09-02

Nicolas Cage, Anna Torv, and Terrence Howard are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 2

Dr. Phil McGraw, Tilda Swinton, Tricky

air day: 2008-09-03

Dr. Phil McGraw, Tilda Swinton, and Tricky are the scheduled visitors.

Episode three

Robin Williams, Shannen Doherty, Duffy

air day: 2008-09-04

Following the earlier evening’s acceptance speech, Dave admits to underestimating Gov. Sarah Palin; Andy Kindler makes his final report from the GOP conference in Minneapolis; Robin Williams throws in his two cents on the election; Shannen Doherty plugs the brand new 90210 and describes surviving the Southern California mudslides; Duffy carried out “Warwick Avenue.”

Episode four

John Malkovich, Hayden Panettiere, Steve Earle

air day: 2008-09-05

John Malkovich, Hayden Panettiere, and Steve Earle are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 5

Keira Knightley, Thomas L. Friedman

air day: 2008-09-08

Keira Knightley and Thomas L. Friedman are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 6

Jada Pinkett Smith, Chris Russo, Michael Buble

air day: 2008-09-09

Jada Pinkett-Smith, Chris Russo, and Michael Buble are the scheduled visitors. Plus, the second annual NASCAR Top Twelve!

Episode 7

Sen. Barack Obama, LeBron James

air day: 2008-09-10

Sen. Barack Obama and LeBron James are the scheduled visitors.

Episode eight

Jessica Simpson, Jack Hanna

air day: 2008-09-11

Jessica Simpson and Jack Hanna are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 9

Meg Ryan, Ricky Gervais

air day: 2008-09-12

Throughout the evening, Olympic high-jumpers strut their stuff out on 53rd Street; Dave reads from the “Late Show Fun Facts” ebook, in shops subsequent week; in her first LSDL look in seven years, Meg Ryan plugs The Women and shares an anecdote about her daughter; Ricky Gervais promotes Ghost Town and describes doing press junkets for the film.

Episode 10

Bill Clinton, Chris Rock

air day: 2008-09-22

Former President William Jefferson Clinton and Chris Rock are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 11

Julianne Moore, Tom Dreesen & Tim Reid, Kings of Leon

air day: 2008-09-23

Lyle the Intern fails to persuade Dave to affix his newest rip-off; Julianne Moore discusses her journey to Brazil and plugs Blindness; Tim Reid and Tom Dreesen do stand-up; Kings of Leon carried out “Sex on Fire.”

Episode 12

Keith Olbermann, Chandra Wilson, Delta Goodrem

air day: 2008-09-24

Keith Olbermann, Chandra Wilson, Delta Goodrem

Episode 13

Paris Hilton, Usain Bolt, Morningwood

air day: 2008-09-25

Paris Hilton, Usain Bolt, Morningwood

Episode 14

Lance Armstrong, Kristen Wiig, TV on the Radio

air day: 2008-09-26

Lance Armstrong, Kristen Wiig, TV on the Radio

Episode 15

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Cera, Pete Seeger

air day: 2008-09-29

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Cera, Pete Seeger

Episode 16

Anne Hathaway, Josette Sheeran, The Virgins

air day: 2008-09-30

Anne Hathaway, Josette Sheeran, The Virgins

Episode 17

Kate Walsh, Barry Sonnenfeld, Darius Rucker

air day: 2008-10-01

Episode 18

Calista Flockhart, Bill Hader, Lucinda Williams

air day: 2008-10-02

Episode 19

Brian Williams, Tim Robbins

air day: 2008-10-03

Dave feedback on the earlier evening’s vice-presidential debate, which is adopted by a string of Unfair Edits; NBC anchorman Brian Williams additionally throws in his two cents; Tim Robbins talks baseball, shares a narrative about Paul Newman, and plugs City of Ember.

Episode 20

Russell Crowe, Sarah Vowell, The Pretenders

air day: 2008-10-06

Episode 21

Debra Messing, John Carter, Tegan & Sara

air day: 2008-10-07

Dave presents the (pretend) opening credit of the second presidential debate, which intently resemble Magnum P.I.; Debra Messing plugs “The Starter Wife” and takes a jab at Sarah Palin; Alan’s tour of the Late Show management room is sabotaged; Alianca da Terra founder John Carter discusses the plight of the Amazon rainforest; Tegan and Sara carried out “Call It Off.”

Episode 22

Dennis Quaid, Sarah Chalke, Buddy Guy

air day: 2008-10-08

Episode 23

Bill Murray, Beck

air day: 2008-10-09

Michael Bearden fills in for Paul; a person wanders onstage to get his copy of the Fun Facts ebook autographed; Bill Murray promotes City of Ember and conducts a city corridor debate; Beck carried out “Gamma Ray.”

Episode 24

Jeremy Piven, Elizabeth Banks, Lou Reed

air day: 2008-10-10

Tonight on “Late Show Green Tips,” Chris and Gerard exhibit their new hybrid; Jeremy Piven discusses profitable his third Emmy; Alan has a number of phrases to say to Gov. Sarah Palin; Elizabeth Banks plugs W.; Lou Reed carried out “Caroline Says, Part 2.”

Episode 25

Sarah Silverman, the Teutuls, Ra Ra Riot

air day: 2008-10-13

Episode 26

Josh Brolin, Amy Sedaris, Blues Traveler

air day: 2008-10-14

Episode 27

Martin Short, Marv Albert

air day: 2008-10-15

Episode 28

Sen. John McCain, Ne-Yo

air day: 2008-10-16

Episode 29

Tina Fey, Frank Caliendo, Tim Montana

air day: 2008-10-17

Episode 30

Bill O’Reilly, Lauren Conrad

air day: 2008-10-27

Bill O’Reilly and Lauren Conrad are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 31

Regis Philbin, James Taylor

air day: 2008-10-28

Regis Philbin and James Taylor are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 32

Alec Baldwin, Paul Mooney, Ryan Adams

air day: 2008-10-29

Alec Baldwin, Paul Mooney, and Ryan Adams & The Cardinals are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 33

Ashley Olsen, Paul Rudd, John Legend

air day: 2008-10-30

“New Halloween Costumes” embody Sarah Palin’s passport, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Amy Winehouse’s hair, and an outsized copy of the Fun Facts ebook; Cole Hamels of the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies reads the Top Ten; John Legend carried out “I Love, You Love.”

Episode 34

Marcia Cross, Alan Zweibel

air day: 2008-10-31

Marcia Cross, Alan Zweibel, and George Clinton are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 35

Paris Hilton, Elvis Costello, Jenny Lewis, a Top Ten List by Ricky Gervais

air day: 2008-11-03

Paris Hilton, Elvis Costello, and Jenny Lewis are the scheduled visitors. Plus, a Top Ten from Ricky Gervais!

Episode 36

Tom Brokaw, Vera Farmiga

air day: 2008-11-05

Dave shares a number of ideas on election evening; an viewers member panics when he realizes he forgot to vote; Tom Brokaw promotes his best-selling ebook, “Boom!”; a really pregnant Vera Farmiga plugs The Boy within the Striped Pajamas.

Episode 37

Ben Stiller, Q-Tip

air day: 2008-11-06

Ben Stiller and Q-Tip the scheduled visitors. Plus, the Kid Scientists of Naperville, IL!

Episode 38

Natalie Portman, Artie Lange, Brad Paisley

air day: 2008-11-07

Alec Baldwin endorses the Fun Facts ebook; Natalie Portman discusses campaigning for President-elect Obama; Bill Scheft begs the brand new president to make an ass of himself; Artie Lange plugs his new ebook; Brad Paisley carried out a canopy of The Cars’ “Good Times Roll.”

Episode 39

Ted Turner, Jamie Oliver, Taylor Swift

air day: 2008-11-10

Ted Turner, Jamie Oliver, and Taylor Swift are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 40

Don Rickles, Amy Brenneman, Alicia Keys

air day: 2008-11-11

Dave reveals a clip of King Tut’s mummy showing on Maury; NFL celebrity Terrell Owens presents the Top Ten; the legendary Don Rickles plugs his new ebook and riffs on marriage and rising previous; Alicia Keys carried out “The Thing About Love.”

Episode 41

Russell Brand, Charlie Haden

air day: 2008-11-12

Russell Brand and Charlie Haden are the scheduled visitors. Plus, Stupid Human Tricks!

Episode 42

Bruce Willis, Sia

air day: 2008-11-13

Bruce Willis and Sia are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 43

Bill Cosby, Matt Braunger

air day: 2008-11-14

A plug for Tribute Bands Week; Bill Cosby does some stand-up, promotes the “Cosby Show” complete collection DVD set and feedback on the election; The Answer (making their American TV debut) carried out “Never Too Late.”

Episode 44

Emma Thompson, Michelle Felicetta, Purple Reign

air day: 2008-11-17

Emma Thompson and fox assault survivor Michelle Felicetta are the scheduled visitors. Plus, Day 1 of “Tribute Band Week” with Purple Reign!

Episode 45

Carla Bruni Sarkozy, Jack Hanna, Cold Hard Cash

air day: 2008-11-18

With First Lady of France Carla Bruni Sarkozy on the present, Dave wonders if he’ll unintentionally begin a world incident; Lyle the Intern and his pal “Rudy” (Joe Grossman) promote their web present; Jack Hanna brings out a child kangaroo, an aardvark, and a macaque; on Day 2 of Tribute Band Week, The Cold Hard Cash Show carried out “Folsom Prison Blues.”

Episode 46

Katie Couric, Dev Patel, Mr. Brownstone

air day: 2008-11-19

Day three of “Tribute Band Week” with Mr. Brownstone. Plus, Katie Couric!

Episode 47

Stephen Colbert, Kristen Stewart, Super Diamond

air day: 2008-11-20

Stephen Colbert and Kristen Stewart are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 48

James Franco, Bruce McCall, The Allstarz

air day: 2008-11-21

James Franco and Bruce McCall are the scheduled visitors. Plus, Day 5 of “Tribute Band Week” with The Allstarz!

Episode 49

Nicole Kidman, Simon Baker, Kanye West

air day: 2008-11-24

Nicole Kidman, Simon Baker, and Kanye West are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 50

Reese Witherspoon, Harry Connick Jr.

air day: 2008-11-25

Dave calls out Tony for making him learn the identical monologue joke twice; after President Bush pardoned 14 convicted felons that week, Dave and Alan grant clemency to an viewers member; Reese Witherspoon relives her 2005 Oscar win and plugs Four Christmases; Harry Connick Jr. performs “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”

Episode 51

Teri Hatcher, Ludacris

air day: 2008-11-26

Teri Hatcher, Ludacris, and T-Pain are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 52

Denis Leary, John Mayer

air day: 2008-11-27

Denis Leary and John Mayer are the scheduled visitors. Plus, Dave’s Mom and the 16th annual pie-guessing contest!

Episode 53

Tom Arnold, Faith Hill

air day: 2008-11-28

Bruce Willis promotes the Fun Facts ebook, declaring the tome “Yippee-ki-larious, mother****er!”; Tom Arnold laments the failure of his third marriage and plugs Gardens of the Night; Dave chats with a grouchy CBS Store worker (Johnny Dark); Faith Hill and the Morgan State University Choir carried out “Little Drummer Boy.”

Episode 54

Jennifer Connelly, Anderson Cooper, The Duke Spirit

air day: 2008-12-08

Jennifer Connelly, Anderson Cooper, and The Duke Spirit are the scheduled visitors. Plus, a particular Top Ten from the Ball State University soccer staff!

Episode 55

Amy Adams, Michael Sheen, Jamey Johnson

air day: 2008-12-09

Amy Adams, Michael Sheen, and Jamey Johnson are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 56

Keanu Reeves, Paula Abdul, Loudon Wainwright III

air day: 2008-12-10

Keanu Reeves, Paula Abdul, and Loudon Wainwright III are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 57

Sen. John McCain, Bon Iver

air day: 2008-12-11

Sen. John McCain and Bon Iver are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 58

Meryl Streep, Jeff Altman

air day: 2008-12-12

In want of a pick-me-up, Dave repeats the sneezing monkey clip; a bronchitis-stricken Meryl Streep promotes Doubt; Dave’s previous buddy Jeff Altman does a number of impressions.

Episode 59

Adam Sandler

air day: 2008-12-15

Adam Sandler is the scheduled visitor. Plus, a Holiday Toy Demo!

Episode 60

Tom Cruise, Fall Out Boy

air day: 2008-12-16

Tom Cruise and Fall Out Boy are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 61

Jennifer Aniston, Broken Social Scene

air day: 2008-12-17

Jennifer Aniston and Broken Social Scene are the scheduled visitors, and a particular high ten record with Jim Carrey.

Episode 62

Will Smith, Of Montreal

air day: 2008-12-18

Will Smith and Of Montreal are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 63

Jerry Seinfeld, Leona Lewis

air day: 2008-12-19

Jerry Seinfeld and Leona Lewis are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 64

Dustin Hoffman, Todd Rundgren

air day: 2008-12-22

Dustin Hoffman and Todd Rundgren visitor.

PLUS: An Apology from Bernie Madoff; Coach Mike Singletary; the Bitter Cold Hits the “Today” Show; the Al Qaeda Holiday Party; and a Top Ten List.

Episode 65

Jay Thomas, Mickey Rourke, Darlene Love

air day: 2008-12-23

Mickey Rourke; Jay Thomas; and Darlene Love.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; a sneezing monkey; a high ten record; Holiday Quarterback Challenge; and Paul Shaffer’s does Cher’s “O Holy Night.”

Episode 66

Tracy Morgan, Matt Braunger

air day: 2008-12-26

Dave reveals a (phony) clip of Larry King interviewing the shoe that was thrown at President Bush; Tracy Morgan jokes about his latest authorized troubles; Dave asks Paul about how he spent his Christmas; “MADtv” star Matt Braunger makes his tv stand-up debut.

Episode 67

Kate Hudson, Glasvegas

air day: 2009-01-05

Kate Hudson; and Glasvegas.

PLUS: CNN Clip of the Night; Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; Homeland Security USA; Changes within the Late Show 2009; the President defends his file; Regis in high-def; a high ten record; Dave’s resolutions; and Biff nonetheless celebrating.

Episode 68

Kevin James, Becky Quick, Erin McCarley

air day: 2009-01-06

Dave delivers a pizza to an viewers member, however she’s too excited to eat it; Dave reads the “Top Ten Questions”; Kevin James plugs Paul Blart: Mall Cop and discusses his weight downside; one other chat with CBS retailer worker “Stanley Kronkite” (Johnny Dark); “Squawk Box” host Becky Quick analyzes the Bernie Madoff controversy; Erin McCarley carried out “Love, Save the Empty.”

Episode 69

Ricky Gervais, Rose Byrne, Okkervil River

air day: 2009-01-07

Ricky Gervais; Rose Byrne; and Okkervil River.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; Ball State on the GMAC Bowl; what’s fashionable on the Monkey Channel; the White House lunch; a high ten record; and the man who was hanging bare-assed from a ski carry.

Episode 70

Kate Winslet, Marv Albert

air day: 2009-01-08

Kate Winslet; and Marv Albert.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; Front Page of the New York Post; Regis in High-Def; and a Top Ten List.

Episode 71

Kiefer Sutherland, Wendy Liebman

air day: 2009-01-09

Kiefer Sutherland; and Wendy Liebman.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; a monkey sneezing; a squid sneezing; Dick Cheney Lie Count; Governor Bill Richardson; Late Show Fun Facts; Alan Kalter’s Guide to the Inauguration; and a high ten record.

Episode 72

Billy Crystal, Kara DioGuardi

air day: 2009-01-12

Billy Crystal; and Kara DioGuardi.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; an Odd Blagojevich Press Conference; 49er Coach Mike Singletary; and a Top Ten List with Owen Wilson from Maui, Hawaii.

Episode 73

Salma Hayek, Jimmie Walker

air day: 2009-01-13

Salma Hayek; and Jimmie Walker.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; cellphone name for David Letterman; little recognized issues in regards to the Bush Administration; Dave’s Cocoa Guy; a message from Late Show author Bill Scheft; and a particular Top Ten from baseball’s latest Hall of Fame inductees, Jim Rice and Rickey Henderson.

Episode 74

Clint Eastwood, Randy Rogers Band

air day: 2009-01-14

Clint Eastwood; and Randy Rogers Band.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; The ninth Anniversary of Dave’s Quintuple; and Alan Kalter’s Celebrity Interview.

Episode 75

Kyra Sedgwick, Gwen Ifill

air day: 2009-01-15

Kyra Sedgwick; and Gwen Ifill.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; George W. Bush cleansing his glasses; Inauguration Day Plans; filling in for Osama bin Laden; and Chris Elliott and Gerard Mulligan drop in uninvited.

Episode 76

Zach Braff, Arj Barker, The Airborne Toxic Event

air day: 2009-01-16

Zach Braff; Arj Barker; and The Airborne Toxic Event.

PLUS: Great Moments in Presidential Speeches; “Bride Wars”; Mystery Sound in Space; Alan Kalter’s How It Works; and a Late Show Farewell to Great Moments in Presidential Speeches.

Episode 77

Brian Williams, Ben Kweller

air day: 2009-01-26

Episode 78

Evangeline Lilly, Seth Meyers, Andrew Bird

air day: 2009-01-27

Episode 79

Lauren Graham, Guy Fieri, MENEW

air day: 2009-01-28

Episode 80

Renee Zellweger, Tony Dungy, Graham Nash sits in with the band

air day: 2009-01-29

Episode 81

Mary Hicks, the Gaslight Anthem

air day: 2009-01-30

Episode 82

Ben Roethlisberger, Steve Martin

air day: 2009-02-02

Episode 83

Rod Blagojevich, Richard Jenkins

air day: 2009-02-03

Episode 84

Joe Torre, Demetri Martin, Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt

air day: 2009-02-04

Episode 85

Isla Fisher, excessive fisherman Matt Watson, Mark Olson and Gary Louris, a Top Ten List introduced by Lil’ Wayne

air day: 2009-02-05

Episode 86

Dakota Fanning, Keith Alberstadt, Beirut

air day: 2009-02-06

Episode 87

Naomi Watts, Danny McBride, 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cowl reveal

air day: 2009-02-09

Episode 88

The crew of US Airways “Miracle On The Hudson” Flight 1549, Heartless Bastards

air day: 2009-02-10

Episode 89

Joaquin Phoenix, Bar Refaeli, Anthony Hamilton

air day: 2009-02-11

Episode 90

Chris Russo, the Jonas Brothers, Ashford & Simpson

air day: 2009-02-12

Episode 91

Martha Stewart, Jake Johannsen, Matt Nathanson

air day: 2009-02-13

Episode 92

Ellen Pompeo, Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth, Willie Nelson with Asleep on the Wheel

air day: 2009-02-16

Episode 93

Bonnie Hunt, M. Ward

air day: 2009-02-17

Episode 94

Donald Trump, Antony and the Johnsons

air day: 2009-02-18

Episode 95

David Spade, Jeffrey Sachs, David Sanborn with Sam Moore

air day: 2009-02-19

Episode 96

Barbara Walters, Mike Birbiglia, Shemekia Copeland

air day: 2009-02-20

Episode 97

Katie Couric, U2

air day: 2009-03-02

Episode 98

Felicity Huffman, Artie Lange, U2

air day: 2009-03-03

Episode 99

Dr. Phil McGraw, U2

air day: 2009-03-04

Episode 100

Jon Stewart, U2, a Top Ten List that includes 10 Team USA members from the World Baseball Classic

air day: 2009-03-05

Jon Stewart is scheduled to look. Plus, Day four of U2 Week!

Episode 101

Jason Segel, Brian Kiley, U2

air day: 2009-03-06

Episode 102

Russell Brand, Jack Hanna

air day: 2009-03-09

Episode 103

Stupid Pet Tricks, Paul Rudd, Razorlight

air day: 2009-03-10

Episode 104

Tom Brokaw, An Horse

air day: 2009-03-11

Episode 105

Andy Samberg, Paul Teutul Sr., the Broadway forged of “West Side Story”

air day: 2009-03-12

Episode 106

Will Ferrell, Cursive

air day: 2009-03-13

Episode 107

Nicolas Cage, Rachel Maddow

air day: 2009-03-16

Episode 108

Julia Roberts, Bell X1

air day: 2009-03-17

Episode 109

Craig Ferguson, Ginnifer Goodwin, Modest Mouse

air day: 2009-03-18

Episode 110

Billy Crystal, Kara DioGuardi, a Top Ten List introduced by Owen Wilson

air day: 2009-03-19

After discussing Bruce Willis’ marriage ceremony at size, Dave mentions that he married his longtime girlfriend in a personal ceremony this previous weekend, than explains all of the obstacles he confronted on the way in which to the courthouse; an replace on George Clarke and the Late Show Weight Loss Challenge; Hugh Laurie plugs Monsters vs. Aliens; Sarah Paulson does impressions; Bloc Party carried out “One Month Off.”

Episode 111

David Spade, Richard Zoglin, David Sanborn and Sam Moore

air day: 2009-03-20

Via videotape, Osama bin Laden congratulates Dave on his marriage to Regina; tonight on “At Home with the Madoffs,” Bernie and Ruth watch TV; Mary Tyler Moore plugs her autobiography and shares an embarassing story about Ed Asner; Blake Lively talks about her maltipoo; White Lies carried out “To Lose My Life.”

Episode 112

Hugh Laurie, Bloc Party

air day: 2009-03-23

Episode 113

Mary Tyler Moore, Blake Lively, White Lies

air day: 2009-03-24

Episode 114

Christina Applegate, Jim Gaffigan, Jesse Harris with Norah Jones

air day: 2009-03-25

Episode 115

Seth Rogen, Tom Dreesen, Adele

air day: 2009-03-30

Following the monologue, two goons stroll off with Tony, claiming he is been adopted by Madonna; in lieu of Biff, Andy Kindler makes the annual journey to Yankees Spring Training; champion grocery-bagger Francisco Palacios places Dave to disgrace in a face-off; Marg Helgenberger talks about her first job; Ray LaMontagne carried out “You Are The Best Thing.”

Episode 116

Bill O’Reilly, Marianne Faithfull

air day: 2009-03-31

Episode 117

Marg Helgenberger, Francisco Palacios, Ray LaMontagne

air day: 2009-04-01

Episode 118

Michael J. Fox, the Fray

air day: 2009-04-02

Episode 119

Denis Leary, Diana Krall

air day: 2009-04-03

Episode 120

Zac Efron, Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg, A.C. Newman with Nicole Atkins

air day: 2009-04-13

Episode 121

Kelly Ripa, Bill Scheft, Yeah Yeah Yeahs

air day: 2009-04-14

Episode 122

Drew Barrymore, Jack McBrayer, Neko Case

air day: 2009-04-15

Episode 123

Matthew Perry, Elisha Cuthbert, Rascal Flatts

air day: 2009-04-16

Episode 124

Russell Crowe, Joe Wong

air day: 2009-04-17

Episode 125

Jeff Goldblum, Jeff Dunham

air day: 2009-04-20

Episode 126

Nathan Lane, Tinted Windows

air day: 2009-04-21

Episode 127

Beyonce, Jim Parsons

air day: 2009-04-22

Episode 128

Jamie Foxx, Lauren Conrad, the Dead

air day: 2009-04-23

Episode 129

Michael Keaton, Lily Allen

air day: 2009-04-24

Episode 130

Matthew Fox, Carol Leifer, the All-American Rejects, a Top Ten List introduced by Matthew Stafford

air day: 2009-04-27

Episode 131

Dolly Parton, Zachary Quinto

air day: 2009-04-28

Episode 132

Jennifer Garner, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, Manchester Orchestra

air day: 2009-04-29

Episode 133

Regis Philbin, a efficiency by the Broadway forged of “Hair”

air day: 2009-04-30

Episode 134

Kiefer Sutherland, Jim Norton, Bat for Lashes

air day: 2009-05-01

Episode 135

Gordon Ramsay, Chris Pine, Keri Hilson with Kanye West

air day: 2009-05-04

Episode 136

Liev Schreiber, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Franz Ferdinand

air day: 2009-05-05

Episode 137

Bruce Willis, Ben Harper & Relentless7

air day: 2009-05-06

Episode 138

Norm MacDonald, a Top Ten List introduced by Leonard Nimoy, Animal Collective

air day: 2009-05-07

Episode 139

Matthew Broderick, Brian Regan, Chris Cornell

air day: 2009-05-08

Episode 140

Tom Hanks, the Killers

air day: 2009-05-11

Episode 141

Alec Baldwin, Maya Rudolph, Chrisette Michele

air day: 2009-05-12

Episode 142

Robin Williams, Wynton Marsalis

air day: 2009-05-13

Episode 143

Kid Scientists, Teri Hatcher, Rick Ross with Magazeen, a Top Ten List introduced by Ron Howard

air day: 2009-05-14

Episode 144

John Goodman, Tommy Tiernan, Mastodon

air day: 2009-05-15

Episode 145

Ben Stiller, White Rabbits

air day: 2009-05-18

Episode 146

Jane Fonda, Piedmont Bird Callers, Kenny Chesney

air day: 2009-05-19

Episode 147

Stephen Colbert, General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz, Grizzly Bear

air day: 2009-05-20

Episode 148

Amy Sedaris, Ed Helms, Jean Redpath

air day: 2009-05-21

Episode 149

Ricky Gervais, Green Day

air day: 2009-05-22

Episode 150

Bill Cosby, Helio Castroneves, Melody Gardot

air day: 2009-06-01

Episode 151

Jack Hanna, John Krasinski

air day: 2009-06-02

Episode 152

Jessica Biel, Zach Galifianakis, Steve Earle

air day: 2009-06-03

Episode 153

Elvis Costello, a Top Ten List introduced by Neil Patrick Harris

air day: 2009-06-04

Episode 154

Paris Hilton, Calvin Borel, Steven Wright

air day: 2009-06-05

Episode 155

Howard Stern, Mos Def

air day: 2009-06-08

Episode 156

Julia Roberts, Black Eyed Peas

air day: 2009-06-09

Episode 157

Kathy Griffin, Stupid Human Tricks, Sonic Youth, an NBA Finals report by Phoenix Suns’ Steve Nash

air day: 2009-06-10

Episode 158

Denzel Washington, the Jonas Brothers, a Top Ten List with Regis Philbin

air day: 2009-06-11

Episode 159

Sandra Bullock, Pete Correale, P.J. Harvey & John Parish

air day: 2009-06-12

Episode 160

Jack Black, M.A. Sanjayan

air day: 2009-06-15

Episode 161

Michelle Pfeiffer, Judah Friedlander, Ian McLagan & the Bump Band

air day: 2009-06-16

Episode 162

Ryan Reynolds, Padma Lakshmi, the Eels

air day: 2009-06-17

Episode 163

Danny DeVito, Bear Grylls, Phoenix

air day: 2009-06-18

Dave welcomes the star of the FX community comedy, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, Danny Devito. Topics embody Danny’s now notorious Youtube second when it appeared he was drunk on the set. He claims he wasn’t.

Later, star of the Discovery Channel/Science Channel collection, “Man vs. Wild”, Bear Grylis stops by to debate his collection upcoming episode with celebrity Will Farrell.

Phoenix is the Musical Guest.

Episode 164

Jada Pinkett Smith, Michael Cera, the Sounds

air day: 2009-06-19

Jada Pinkett-Smith discusses her new position as a health care provider within the TnT Tuesday evening drama, “Hawthorne” and her oldest son, Jaden’s new position within the Karate Kid remake, “Kung Fu Kid”. Jada noting that the the household shall be dwelling in Hong Kong through the movie’s manufacturing.

Michael Cerra discusses his position within the new movie, “Year One”, additionally starring Jack Black.

Swedish Rock band, The Sounds, are the musical visitors.

Episode 165

Samuel L. Jackson, Emeril Lagasse, Iggy Pop & the Brighton Port Authority

air day: 2009-06-22

Episode 166

Sandra Day O’Connor, MSTRKRFT with John Legend, a Top Ten List introduced by Lucas Glover

air day: 2009-06-23

Episode 167

Ray Romano, St. Vincent

air day: 2009-06-24

Episode 168

Johnny Depp, Megan Fox

air day: 2009-06-25

Episode 169

Martin Short, Regina Spektor

air day: 2009-06-26

Episode 170

Serena Williams, Hayden Panettiere, Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band

air day: 2009-07-06

Episode 171

Sacha Baron Cohen, Joel McHale

air day: 2009-07-07

Episode 172

Queen Latifah, Emma Watson

air day: 2009-07-08

Episode 173

Daniel Radcliffe, Veronika Part, Levon Helm, a Top Ten List introduced by Bruno

air day: 2009-07-09

Episode 174

Rainn Wilson, Larry Miller, Maxwell

air day: 2009-07-10

Episode 175

Jonah Hill, Gar Ryness, Kelly Clarkson

air day: 2009-07-13

Episode 176

Edie Falco, Michael Showalter, Wilco with Feist

air day: 2009-07-14

Episode 177

Paul McCartney, a Top Ten List introduced by Bruce Willis

air day: 2009-07-15

Episode 178

Anderson Cooper, Anna Paquin, Grizzly Bear

air day: 2009-07-16

Episode 179

Tom Arnold, Metric, a Top Ten List introduced by Dave’s mother Dorothy

air day: 2009-07-17

Episode 180

Katherine Heigl, Jeff Altman, Spinnerette

air day: 2009-07-20

Episode 181

Kevin Spacey, Jesse James, the Flatlanders, a Top Ten List introduced by Stewart Cink

air day: 2009-07-21

Episode 182

Tracy Morgan, Leslie Mann, Diane Birch

air day: 2009-07-22

Episode 183

Sean “Diddy” Combs, Vera Farmiga, Ginuwine with Missy Elliott

air day: 2009-07-23

Episode 184

Amy Poehler, Nick Griffin, Judy Collins

air day: 2009-07-24

Episode 185

Eric Bana, Dave Matthews Band, a Top Ten List introduced by Chicago White Sox star Mark Buehrle

air day: 2009-07-27

Episode 186

Katie Couric, Silversun Pickups

air day: 2009-07-28

Episode 187

Amy Adams, Tom Dreesen, Elbow

air day: 2009-07-29

Episode 188

Adam Sandler, Cage the Elephant

air day: 2009-07-30

Quentin Tarantino, Eric Ripert, and Robert Cray are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 189

Regis Philbin, Ted Alexandro, Dave Matthews Band

air day: 2009-07-31

Episode 190

Quentin Tarantino, Eric Ripert, Robert Cray

air day: 2009-08-17

Episode 191

Donald Trump, Diane Kruger, Billy Currington, a Top Ten List introduced by Britney Spears

air day: 2009-08-18

Episode 192

Mike Myers, Ken Burns

air day: 2009-08-19

Episode 193

Anna Wintour, Mark Teixeira

air day: 2009-08-24

Episode 194

Renee Zellweger, Gary Mule Deer

air day: 2009-08-20

Mary-Louise Parker, Eugene Levy, and Jet are the scheduled visitors.

Episode 195

Christina Applegate, Brendan Benson, Patton Oswalt

air day: 2009-08-21

Episode 196

Anna Wintour, Mark Teixeira

air day: 2009-08-24

Episode 197

Mary-Louise Parker, Eugene Levy, Jet

air day: 2009-08-25

Episode 198

Anne Heche, Jim Parsons, Care Bears on Fire

air day: 2009-08-26

Episode 199

Andy Roddick, Rachael Ray, Mutemath

air day: 2009-08-27

Episode 200

Artie Lange, Todd Barry, Imogen Heap

air day: 2009-08-28

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