Last night, May 20, we said farewell to David Letterman's talk show, The Late Show.
Letterman, 68, was the longest reigning late night host in television history, so needless to say, he went out with a bang.
The 80-minute episode was jam-packed with A-list celebrities — like Jim Carrey, 53, Tina Fey, 45, and Alec Baldwin, 57 —who came to bid adieu to David.
Jim Carrey, Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin appeared on David Letterman's final show on May 20. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Other stars who made guest appearances (and took part in announcing Dave's final top ten list) include Jerry Seinfeld, Barbara Walters, Steve Martin, Chris Rock, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Peyton Manning and Bill Murray.
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Dave's friend Bill was his first-ever guest on Late Night with David Letterman — which ran on NBC from 1982 until 1993 — on Feb. 1, 1982. He then served as the star's Late Show debut guest on CBS on Aug. 30, 1993, and provided the show's final interview on May 19, 2015. Over the years, Bill appeared with Dave 44 times!