Sunday, September 23, 2018 | Updated at 10:21 PM ET


David Letterman

All good things must come to an end, so they say, but that doesn't mean you can't go out in a roar of laughter. Such was the night of Wednesday, May 20th when the legendary David Letterman said his final farewell to late night TV in a bittersweet finale filled with flashbacks, video snippets and A-list celebrities, comedians, the Foo Fighters and even five presidents who helped him close out over three decades of quirky comedy, wit and, grace.


Comedian Louis C.K. can find humor in just about anything. But, he doesn't find the Common Core curriculum and standardized testing in NYC's schools funny, or so the jokes regarding the subject suggest. C.K. took to social media to rag on the practice and continued to criticize it on "The Late Show" where he appeared last Thursday evening.


After David Letterman announced his retirement from the "Late Show," there was an ever-so-brief period before Stephen Colbert was officially announced as Letterman's successor.


Following legendary late-night host David Letterman's announcement that he will be retiring as host of the "Late Show" next year, CBS announced Tuesday that Stephen Colbert has been chosen to take his place.


Tom Hanks, 57-year-old screen legend, recently revealed on The Late Show with David Letterman that he has type 2 diabetes, and has been struggling with high blood sugar since he was 36-years-old.

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