Watch David Letterman's final touching thank you and goodbye
My introduction to David Letterman was a sleepy one. I was eight or nine, I believe, when the show started. My parents had loved Letterman’s years hosting Late Night on NBC, and made the switch to CBS along with Letterman following the quarrel over The Tonight Show. Once in a blue moon, usually on a special Friday night or before a school holiday, they would toss some pillows on the living room floor, and I would watch Letterman do something wild as a I drifted off. Did he really throw watermelons off the roof of a New York City theater, or was that just a dream?
A fan of bookends, I guess, I managed to crash 10 minutes into the final episode of Late Show with David Letterman. Don’t take that as a critique of the host’s work; I fall…
Source:: The Verge