Bill Murray on the first episode of Late Night with David Letterman

The other day, I heard someone mention that David Letterman was celebrating his 30th anniversary on television, and I made a note to myself to see if I could find the first episode of Late Night online. Well, I just did, and wanted to pass along a few clips. While Letterman was certainly good, if a bit nervous, his first guest, Bill Murray, was absolutely brilliant. It’s seriously one of the best talk show appearances that I’ve ever seen… easily up there with the likes of Gore Vidal, Klaus Kinski, Brother Theodore, Andy Kaufman, Frank Zappa, Dick Cavett and Kurt Vonnegut… Enjoy!

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  1. Anonymous Mike
    Posted February 6, 2012 at 8:53 am | Permalink

    You didn’t mention it, but Bill Murray, even 30 years later, still happens to be one of the coolest men on the planet.

    Here’s evidence.

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    […] homicide up 79 percent in DetroitGod Bless AmericaBy Mark | February 7, 2012A few days ago, I posted video here of Bill Murray, on the first episode of Late Night with David Letterman. I have no way of knowing how many people took my advice and watched the clip, which was absolutely […]

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