With David Letterman finally stepping down from the "Late Show," our long national nightmare may finally be over. (Jk, there's always Jeb Bush).
Letterman's last-ever "Late Show" episode Wednesday night opened with a montage-roast of presidents expressing their delight in hearing that the late-night host would finally be departing from the show. It included Gerald Ford, followed by some presidents who are actually still alive: George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama, a returning customer of the show this month.
“You’re just kidding, right?” Letterman finally asks Obama at the end of the bit. He shrugs.