David Letterman 2.0, the Non-Ironic Version – The New York Times

David Letterman 2.0, the Non-Ironic Version  The New York Times

On the first week of his original late-night talk show, David Letterman appeared on the streets of New York with a microphone in hand. “Much has been said about Alan Alda, the TV star, the film star, the writer, the humanitarian, the champion of minority causes,” he said in the grave voice of a “60 Minutes” correspondent. “But it’s surprising we don’t know much about Alan Alda, the lover of Chinese food.” Then he interviewed employees of Chinese restaurants about what Alda liked to eat. A wonderfully dry spoof of celebrity culture, Letterman followed it with similarly deadpan ones investiga…

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