“It’s the most straightforward thing I’ve ever owned.” – David and his Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Less than a week after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, David Letterman came back on the air. His guests that night included Dan Rather and Regis Philbin but it was the host’s monologue that grabbed the audience.
According to the SITE Intelligence Group, a poster, who identified himself as Umar al-Basrawi on the Shumukh al-Islam Web forum, has called for the killing of Letterman because he mocked the death of al Qaeda leader Ilyas Kashmiri.
The 22-year-old is accused of smashing the glass doors and damaging the lobby last month.
Alvin Moore faces burglary and criminal mischief charges. Police say Moore told them he was upset because Letterman hadn’t responded to a number of demo tapes he sent him.
The man who broke into and vandalized the lobby of the Ed Sullivan Theater last weekend said he can’t remember the incident, and offered a public apology to the people at the “Late Show with David Letterman.”
The accused, identified by police as 22-year-old James Whittemore, is captured on video breaking into the home of the “Late Show” early Sunday morning and then going on a rampage.
A metal bar on the glass doors at the Broadway entrance to the theater was pried open and the glass was smashed. Trash cans and the stanchions for velvet ropes inside the lobby were knocked over. The vestibule was also reportedly damaged.
It appears Donald Trump has had enough of David Letterman. Last week the “Late Show” host had some rather unflattering words for “The Donald” regarding his birth certificate crusade against President Obama.
Carmelo Anthony sat on the “Late Show” couch Thursday and proudly explained to host David Letterman precisely why he wanted a trade to New York. “I think the first thing is it’s the best city in the world,” he said.
Sir Charles has spoken. NBA analyst Charles Barkley attacked the Knicks’ season ticket price hikes — and their defense — with a two-pronged media assault on Monday.
Lohan is expected to appear via satellite from Los Angeles. Thursday will mark the first time she’s been on the Late Show since May of 2007.
Irina Shayk learned Monday at a taping of David Letterman’s show that she won the coveted cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. “I saw it, and I couldn’t believe it,” Shayk said.
From complete anonymity to worldwide superstardom, Chile’s Edison Pena, one of the 33 miners who survived being trapped in a mine for 70 days, is soaking up the Big Apple’s welcome.
Edison Pena gave the term “underground comedy” a whole new meaning when he appeared on The Late Show Thursday night.