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David Letterman signs off from 'Late Show'

David Letterman signs off from 'Late Show'

David Letterman closed out his 33 years as a late-night host on Wednesday with a star-studded finale that ended with his favorite band the Foo Fighters playing "Everlong," the song that welcomed him back after his heart bypass surgery in 2000.

The Foo Fighters, dressed in black tie for the occasion, played over a super-sized, rapid-fire montage of still photos and clips spanning both "Late Show With David Letterman" for CBS and "Late Night," the NBC show he hosted from 1982 to 1993.

The last "Late Show With David Letterman" ran 20 minutes over its usual hour-long run-time. The late afternoon taping ran long, but CBS executives agreed...

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