Travolta speaks to Letterman on how his family travels with him through filming and moments at home. He loves being a father. Recently he found that his daughter, Ella, is a great singer and his two year old son is a barfly.
Get me a drink dad. Down the hatch. Cheers. One for the road.
Letterman interviews Ejiofor on The Late Night Show with David Letterman. They talk about what he does to relax when he is not acting, his boating experience, and the responsibility of playing the main character in 12 Years a Slave.
It teaches us a lot of the bad things but also of the good things and I suppose the strength the spirit of nature and I think that is what’s so revealing Solomon’s story that it speaks to all of us, cause it’s the depths of his soul and his humility and the way that he tells the story.
Chen and Letterman discuss the new season of The Talk on The Late Show with David Letterman.
They’ve called our family members about our fears, they are sneaky.
Wiig guests on The Late Show with David Letterman to talk about her upcoming film with Zach Galifianakis and Owen Wilson. She also describes the “hippie” culture of Asheville, North Carolina, where they filmed some of the scenes. She also tells Letterman about her father’s reactions to her intimate scenes in movies.
I try to tell him the scene before, so he should go to the bathroom or something, because it’s uncomfortable. But the sex scene he was most uncomfortable was MacGruber.
Buscemi appears as a guest for the first time on The Late Show with David Letterman to talk about how he almost got into the show in 1994. He also shares his experience being a New York fireman during his early days as a stand-up comic.
Engine 55 is on Broome Street, and so we covered Little Italy and Chinatown and Soho and the Lower East side. Certainly in the early 80s it was probably busier than it is now, but I missed the heyday of when it was super busy in like the 60s and 70s.
Strahan and Letterman discuss Ray Rice on The Late Show with David Letterman.
I think the team handled it right, the NFL handled it right.
Maher and Letterman discuss the back-to-back upcoming show on The Late Show with David Letterman.
It’s something that I wish I hadn’t started but it is too late to get out of now.
Lundqvist and Letterman discuss his goalee career on The Late Show with David Letterman.
He did not score, thank God.
Branson and Letterman discuss the upcoming Space trip on The Late Show with David Letterman.
You will know you are in space because when you unbuckle you can just float around.
Dr. Phil and Letterman discuss domestic violence on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Children learn what that live.
McPhee and Letterman discuss her show Scorpion on The Late Show with David Letterman.
He is the 4th smartest person in the world. He is not really challenged, he is a genius.
Kaling and Letterman discuss nude photos on The Late Show with David Letterman.
I could not have made it easier.
Eichner and Letterman discuss the role Joan Rivers plays in his career on The Late Show with David Letterman.
My own twisted version of what you do.
Bateman and Letterman discuss his movie This Is Where I Leave You on The Late Show with David Letterman.
If you come from a family don’t miss it.
Johannsen does stand up on The Late Show with David Letterman.
I have to look at this porn to get back into Facebook, that is how they have it set up now.
Harmon and Letterman discuss his encounter with wolves on Late Show with David Letterman.
Your on your face.
Hanna and Letterman discuss animals on Late Show with David Letterman.
Cheetah is most endangered cat in South Africa.
Kravitz and Washington appear on The Late Show with David Letterman and talk about their boating holiday off the Amalfi Coast, in which Kravitz managed to talk Washington into watching his own films. Kravitz:
I got him to watch all of his movies. We sat on that boat – John Q, Man on Fire, Malcolm X – we watched them all. And what’s great is that you get the commentary.
I was good, too. I was like, “Wow, I’m good!”
Washington appears as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman and talks about the possibility of being James Bond.
What happened was someone calls, like a talks radio show – I think I was in London, I was somewhere in Europe. And they said, “Would you want to be the next James Bond?” And I said, “Yeah, sure, why not. In fact, let’s start a campaign.” And you can’t say things like that, they started a campaign.
Ripa appears as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman and talks about her strong-willed daughter, her accidental “butt selfie” to her in-laws, and the struggles of handling the extra-large iPhone 6 with her small hands.
We got my father-in-law for his birthday an iPad. And I don’t really know about the cloud, I don’t really understand where it comes from, but we’re all operating under the same…it’s the same cloud. And I was sending my beloved husband who was away in L.A. shooting a show, I sent him a cute, adorable butt selfie in my underpants.
Gaffigan appears as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote his latest book, Food: A Love Story. He also talks about meeting an old man who drinks gravy, his dislike for seafood, and his donut dilemma.
Sometimes, I will get back to my hotel room, and in my hotel room there will be a box of donuts. And I’ll look at the box of donuts and I’ll think “I’m not, you know, not going to eat those.” That will be rude, they were a gift, Dave.
Danson appears as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote CSI and the Oceana Organization. He talks about responsible fishing, adding humor to CSI, belittling former castmate Woody Harrelson’s achievements, and their drunken Cheers finale.
They brought us to the bar to do press, and after being apart for like six months, the show had been over, and we were all getting to see each other after six months. And they brought us to the bard about five or six hours early, so we were hammered! Hammered beyond belief. I think Kelsey was the straightest of us all.
Selleck returns as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman. He talks about his recent fashion shoot for GQ, and shares how he handles secret grudges on some Hollywood celebrities.
I don’t see any reason to hold a grudge. I mean, a lot of people make mistakes – we get out here, you know, we try and be reasonably entertaining and you’re pushing the envelope. Sometimes, you say stuff, and people have said stuff to me. And I only hold a grudge secretly.
Murray appears as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman and shares three memorable stories about crashing a bachelor party, celebrating his birthday with strangers, and driving a taxi. He also talks about the possibility of making a female version of the Ghostbusters movie.
I think you’d want to have some funny girls, and you’d want to have some action girls. You know, I just of girls that I’ve worked with lately, like I worked with these two girls. I worked with Melissa McCarthy, I think she’s very funny.
Slate at Letterman discuss creating Marcel the Shell on Late Show with David Letterman
If you are a human with a nice beating heart you’ll probably like it.
Fox appears on The Late Show to raise awareness about Parkinson’s disease. He talks about his own struggle with Parkinson’s, and the hunt for a cure.
To be kind of corny about it, once you accept it, and you learn about it…. and realize you are in a position to do something about it, and to make a difference and to help, well then it’s just, like, quit your bitching and get on with it.
Rudd appears on The Late Show for promoting his movie Ant-Man. He talks about how he was a member of a Letterman fan club as a child.
About 30 years ago, when you first started the show, back when the [Kansas City] Royals were in the World Series, I joined the David Letterman fan club…What it included was a pin, a collapsible drinking cup, a sponge that – if you put in water – would grow, a back scratcher and a balloon.
Johansson appears on the The Late Show to promote her upcoming movie Avengers: Age Of Ultron. She talks about lover for Letterman and her first appearance on his show as a child.
Dave, I have to say, I am so incredibly honored to be on one of your very last shows…The first time I was on this show I was 13-years old, it was 1998 and I was so, so nervous, because for me -- and still for me -- coming on this show is like you’ve made it when you’re on Dave Letterman. That’s really the truth.
Fey strips down to her Spanx underwear on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Because this is my last time wearing a fancy dress on a talk show — and conforming to gender norms out of respect for you — my gift to you is I want to give you the dress, you can keep it.