Late Show With David Letterman
"The Late Show With David Letterman" debuted in 1993 and is known for its Top 10 List, audience participation and sketches such as "Will It Float?," and "Audience Show And Tell." At the beginning of each show, Letterman's monologue contains references to pop culture and politics. Memorable guests include Madonna swearing 13 times during an interview; Drew Barrymore flashing her breasts; and Farrah Fawcett acting in a druggy haze.<br>
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