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Season 05

  • 1993
  • 203 Episodes

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Episode 203
Wesley Snipes, Robert Klein
August 14, 1998
August 14, 1998

Episode 202
Angela Basset, Pete Townshend
August 13, 1998
August 13, 1998

Episode 201
Ray Liotta, Sela Ward, Liz Phair
August 12, 1998
August 12, 1998

Episode 200
Kevin Spacey, Bobby Rahal, Harvey Danger
August 11, 1998
August 11, 1998

Episode 199
Leslie Nielsen, David Roth, Teresa Witherspoon
August 10, 1998
August 10, 1998

Episode 198
Tom Arnold, Doris Roberts, Blues Traveler
August 7, 1998
August 7, 1998

Episode 197
Jerry Seinfeld, Hunter Scott
August 6, 1998
August 6, 1998

Episode 196
Penn & Teller, French Stewart, Wynton Marsalis
August 5, 1998
August 5, 1998

Episode 195
Noyz Boyz, Nathan Lane, Boy George & Culture Club
August 4, 1998
August 4, 1998

Episode 194
Drew Barrymore, Dee Dee Meyers, The Verve
August 3, 1998
August 3, 1998

Episode 193
Jamie Lee Curtis, George Freestone
July 31, 1998
July 31, 1998

Episode 192
Samuel L. Jackson, Jenni, Smashing Pumpkins
July 30, 1998
July 30, 1998

Episode 191
Yasmine Bleeth, David Brenner, Barenaked Ladies
July 29, 1998
July 29, 1998

Episode 190
Kids With Animals, Gary Sinise, Goo Goo Dolls
July 28, 1998
July 28, 1998

Episode 189
Jenny Mccarthy, Adam Arkin, Tori Amos
July 27, 1998
July 27, 1998

Episode 188
Pauly Shore, Pam Grier, Natalie Imbruglia
July 24, 1998
July 24, 1998

Episode 187
Marilu Henner, Gloria Estefan
July 23, 1998
July 23, 1998

Episode 186
Tony Danza, Peter Farrelly, Brian Wilson
July 22, 1998
July 22, 1998

Episode 185
Janet Jackson, Scott Farrell, Nanci Griffith
July 21, 1998
July 21, 1998

Episode 184
James Caan, Buck O'neil, Lenny Kravitz
July 20, 1998
July 20, 1998

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Serial Details

  • Genre: Comedy, Talk
  • Cast:
    Idina Menzel
    Drea De Matteo
    Mark Ronson
    Jon Favreau
    Ellen Pompeo
    Tony Hale
    Victoria Clark
    John Larroquette
    Kristen Johnston
    Joan Baez
    Patti Smith
    Jack White
    Orlando Bloom
    Ron White
    Dan Castellaneta

Late Show with David Letterman: Season 5

Episode 203
Wesley Snipes, Robert Klein
August 14, 1998
August 14, 1998

Episode 202
Angela Basset, Pete Townshend
August 13, 1998
August 13, 1998

Episode 201
Ray Liotta, Sela Ward, Liz Phair
August 12, 1998
August 12, 1998

Episode 200
Kevin Spacey, Bobby Rahal, Harvey Danger
August 11, 1998
August 11, 1998

Episode 199
Leslie Nielsen, David Roth, Teresa Witherspoon
August 10, 1998
August 10, 1998

Episode 198
Tom Arnold, Doris Roberts, Blues Traveler
August 7, 1998
August 7, 1998

Episode 197
Jerry Seinfeld, Hunter Scott
August 6, 1998
August 6, 1998

Episode 196
Penn & Teller, French Stewart, Wynton Marsalis
August 5, 1998
August 5, 1998

Episode 195
Noyz Boyz, Nathan Lane, Boy George & Culture Club
August 4, 1998
August 4, 1998

Episode 194
Drew Barrymore, Dee Dee Meyers, The Verve
August 3, 1998
August 3, 1998

Episode 193
Jamie Lee Curtis, George Freestone
July 31, 1998
July 31, 1998

Episode 192
Samuel L. Jackson, Jenni, Smashing Pumpkins
July 30, 1998
July 30, 1998

Episode 191
Yasmine Bleeth, David Brenner, Barenaked Ladies
July 29, 1998
July 29, 1998

Episode 190
Kids With Animals, Gary Sinise, Goo Goo Dolls
July 28, 1998
July 28, 1998

Episode 189
Jenny Mccarthy, Adam Arkin, Tori Amos
July 27, 1998
July 27, 1998

Episode 188
Pauly Shore, Pam Grier, Natalie Imbruglia
July 24, 1998
July 24, 1998

Episode 187
Marilu Henner, Gloria Estefan
July 23, 1998
July 23, 1998

Episode 186
Tony Danza, Peter Farrelly, Brian Wilson
July 22, 1998
July 22, 1998

Episode 185
Janet Jackson, Scott Farrell, Nanci Griffith
July 21, 1998
July 21, 1998

Episode 184
James Caan, Buck O'neil, Lenny Kravitz
July 20, 1998
July 20, 1998

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Synopsis

Late Show with David Letterman is an American late-night talk show hosted by David Letterman on CBS, the first iteration of the Late Show franchise. The show debuted on August 30, 1993, and was produced by Letterman's production company, Worldwide Pants, and CBS Television Studios. The show's music director and leader of the house band, the CBS Orchestra, was Paul Shaffer. The head writer was Matt Roberts and the announcer was originally Bill Wendell, then Alan Kalter. Of the major U.S. late-night programs, Late Show ranked second in cumulative average viewers over time and third in number of episodes over time. In most U.S. markets the show aired from 11:35 p.m. to 12:37 a.m. Eastern and Pacific Time, and recorded Monday through Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m., and Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The second Thursday episode usually aired on Friday of that week.