The Simpsons wasted no time in paying tribute to David Letterman, who just announced his impending retirement last Thursday.
During the opening credits of the hit series' Sunday night episode, the famous family raced through the streets of New York to get to the Ed Sullivan Theater, home to Letterman's Late Show.
On the way, Homer loses some cash in three-card Monte, uttering his trademark "D'oh!" before head-butting a few security guards to enter the building.
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The family of five then piles onto the talk show host's couch in typical Simpsons' fashion, the same way they've been doing it for 26 seasons.
"That's it? We flew you in and put you up for that? I think we're done here," an animated Letterman laments. He then turns his attention over to the Late Show's resident band, Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra, also animated, who take over The Simpsons iconic theme song.
The credits end with a card that reads: "We'll miss you, Dave," a nice sentiment for the 66-year-old who will bid farewell to late night in 2015.
Watch the clip in its full glory below!
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