After all the snow that fell over the weekend, David Letterman must have been eager to stay warm considering the special handful of guests he invited on Late Show. These lovely guests are surely capable of raising the temperature in any room, and provided a nice read of Letterman's Top 10 List. Also, politics stole the spotlight in some of last night's highlights.
Blood and Tears
Political pundit and author Bill O'Reilly was a guest last night on Late Show with David Letterman. Bill and David chatted about several key issues like gun control, the economy and even the White House's controversial memo about targeted drone strikes. The Fox News figure also displayed his passion for history and his obsession with assassinated presidents, as he and David discussed his two books, Killing Lincoln and Killing Kennedy. What will his next book be called, Killing Garfield?
Then on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the show tackled President Obama's upcoming State of the Union address. While Dion Flynn reprised his role as the President, Jimmy Fallon absolutely stole the spotlight as Speaker of the House John Boehner, who progressively cried harder and harder as the President delivered his address. Just as the Speaker couldn't control his emotions, you'll find it difficult not to laugh at Jimmy's soured face throughout the sketch.
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"Big news from the Vatican. Pope Benedict XVI announced that he is retiring. Yeah, it's a pretty dramatic change. It means he'll go from wearing a robe all day, to wearing a robe all day." (Conan)