Father John Misty is coming out with a new album called I Love You, Honeybear, and I'm excited to hear the latest from Josh Tillman's raucous solo career. Fear Fun, his 2012 LP, was a debauched, spangled love note to southern California, far more adventurous than his work with Fleet Foxes, and "Nancy From Now On" is…
A clever imgur user posted a strip with all the costumes that Bill Murray has used in the Late Show with David Letterman from 2009 to 2014. Murray is always hilarious, but the fact that he has been doing this for five years now is amazing. It makes me sad to know that we won't see a new costume in 2015.
It probably won't be long before every two-bit celebrity is hyping their own hologram appearances at venues across the globe. But we certainly don't mind seeing Bill Murray at the front of the line.
David Letterman loved the Super Bowl, and was heated that he couldn't show his audience highlights from the big game due to NBC's iron grip on usage rights. So last night, Dave had some choice words for NBC—he called the network "fascist"—and then took matters into his own hands with a super high-tech simulation of…
Okay, so maybe this is coming a week late, but the iPad 2 caught Letterman's eye last night for a good ol' fashioned Top 10. I'm excited to discover that these lists are still (mostly) funny! And if you're trying to order an iPad online, it's a good way to kill the 4-5 week wait you're looking at. [CrunchGear]
The iPhone 4's faulty antenna has officially entered the mainstream consciousness. Proof: Letterman did a top 10 list about it last night. Although I think number 7 would be seen as a positive for a good number of you. [Crunchgear]
Click to viewDavid Letterman showed off a certain gadget before listing the "Top Ten Questions to Ask Yourself Before Waiting in Line for the iPad." I was too focused on his tongue to notice whether those questions are even in this clip.
For this week's Photoshop Contest, I asked you to re-imagine the current Late Night battle through the lens of your favorite sci-fi movies. And wow, some of these are absolutely epic. One of our best contests yet, to be sure.
Last night, David Letterman had some expensive toys at his disposal. He checked out the Pleo, then he got to test drive a crazy, $1,000 remote control monster truck. Naturally, the docile, innocent Pleo wasn't going to fare well in such an environment. Oh, Letterman, you cruel bastard!
Justin Stangel, Head Writer/Producer of CBS's Late Show with David Letterman was innocently writing hilarious comedy in his New York office, when an ominous odor wafted from the adaptor of his Powerbook. You can actually see sparks and smoke coming out of it. Thank goodness cooler heads prevailed! Somebody opened a…