David Letterman ended his 33-year career in late-night television with Wednesday night’s “Late Show” sendoff.
At the top of the show, David Letterman was showered with a two-minute standing ovation.
A look at some of the final guests on Late Show with David Letterman
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After 33 years and 6,028 broadcasts of his late-night show, David Letterman is signing off.
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