Late Night with David Letterman (1982–2013)
Title referenced by Bob Hope
Grady tells Jessica that her editors booked her on Letterman.
Mentioned during the monologue
When Medusa is asked by Suzy if she'll allow guests on her show, she tells her to go talk to the 'Letterman people' as Medusa is strictly solo.
Duckie refers to the series.
Beverly suggests she and Howard watch "David Letterman".
Referenced during the cold opening
Bradley asks a character if Letterman writes his material
one character wears a "Late Night..." t-shirt.
ALF: "I wonder what's on Letterman tonight. Probably Teri Garr."
The show is mentioned by name.
D.J. mentions watching the show.
One of the talk shows Don says he'd like to appear on
It is one of the TV talk shows mentioned by Lisa that Stevie has recently appeared on.
ALF tells Willie that he saw dancing poodles on the series.
George refers to the series.
"I just watched David Letterman"
Crow: "I can't believe this guy made it on 'Letterman.'"
The show is mentioned by name
The comic refers to his sidekick as his musical conductor, Paul.
talk about putting Link on the Stupid Pet Tricks segment from the show
Mentioned by Eddie (as The Letterman Show).
Sallys says her boyfriend works on the show.
Schmidt & Feuerstein mention it
Jerry says, "I'm doing 'Letterman' Monday."
mentioned in film
Mike: That's wild, Dave.
Olivia lists Larry "Bud" Melman among her past lovers
Roger Ebert suggests that David Letterman may have gotten his idea for "Stupid Pet Tricks" from Pete Smith.
Referenced in the Courtney Love Show
The trick of using a fire extinguisher as propellant in an office chair is a joke used in this program.
Mike: Larry "Bud" Melman in drag.
Dex says he asks God if he saw the show.
Referenced in the Courtney Love Show
Scooby mentions it.
"Living with a Hernia" includes a "Top Ten" list of hernias.
Gumby on David Letterman sketch is featured
Mentioned by Jack
Category for a $4,000 question is titled "Stupid Human Tricks"
Conan mentions that his studio was previously used for Letterman's show
Conan thanks David Letterman for establishing the "Late Night" show
Conan O'Brien says he had big shoes to fill when he took over "Late Night"
Mentioned on Weekend Update when talking about David Letterman scandal
Bill's appearances and the show are featured and discussed
Craig Ferguson discusses the history of various significant late-night talk shows
Ken Jeong reminisces about seeing Jay on the show
Rick and Morty watch another dimension's version of Letterman
The opening sequence imitates the one from Letterman's previous edition of the show as a tribute on his retirement, and Seth discusses the show as an influence
Mentioned in the Ya Burnt segment
Picture of Talk Show host David Letterman shown at start of American Voices sketch
a clip of the Schmenges on this show is shown
1983 clip shows Siskel and Ebert shooting free throws.
footage from this show exists in this special
Clips of Siskel and Ebert appearances are shown.
Contains a meticulous re-creation of the former show.
clips from this show are used in this special
From the episode where David interviews Harmony Korine
Clip of Chris Elliott as Morton Downey Jr. shown.
recalling Crispin Glover's appearance.
recalling Andy Kaufman apologizing for Heartbeeps
The Critic says: "Play me out, Paul!". Also, footage of this television program is shown.
recalling Chevy Chase's appearance shortly after Caddyshack II.
Multiple highlights from show
Various clips from Dave's previous late-night show
Spoofed in David Letterman skit
Sex parody of late night talk show.
Caricature of David Letterman.
David Letterman reads a Top 10 list of reasons why Jay is lost in the desert
Spoofed in "The Boo Network" with "Late Night with David Featherman".
Porn version of late night TV talk show.
Title and premise spoof late night TV series.
Porn take-off on late night talk show.
talk show parody
Porn talk show patterned after late night David Letterman show.
Wayne and Garth present their own Top Ten list.
Porn spoof of title and premise of late night talk show.
Stan imitates Letterman's "Top Ten List"