Season 7 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 196
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 196
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Late Show with David Letterman Season 7 (1999-2000)
|7x01 Kevin James, Sheryl Crow |
Dave rants about the CBS/Viacom merger; Kevin James promotes a new comedy special.
|Sep. 07, 1999|
|7x02 Ricki Lake, Kid Rock |
Dave tries to call Sumner Redstone's office, then persuades Ricki Lake to make a crank call to Oprah.
|Sep. 08, 1999|
|7x03 Craig Kilborn, Louise Smith, The Umbilical Brothers |
Craig Kilborn promotes some talk show that comes on after Dave's.
|Sep. 09, 1999|
|7x04 Queen Latifah, John Popper |
John Popper sits in with the band, while Alan punches Sumner Redstone during CBS Mailbag.
|Sep. 10, 1999|
|7x05 John McEnroe, Sharon Lawrence, Nanci Griffith |
George Clarke dances in a diaper; Dave shows a ""highlight"" from last night's Emmy win: a clip of Rob Burnett kissing his wife at the ceremony (he forgot last year).
|Sep. 13, 1999|
|7x06 Kid Scientists, Edie Falco, Dixie Chicks |
Andrea Sande and Nadine Hennelly help Joe G's with a Y2K Inspection. They pass, of course.
|Sep. 14, 1999|
|7x07 John Leguizamo, Meat Loaf |
Throughout the night, staffer Brian Donahue falls down staircases. Later, Meatloaf promotes ""Crazy in Alabama.""
|Sep. 15, 1999|
|7x08 Jenna Elfman, Chris Kattan, Christine Aguilera |
With the possibility of a rare hurricane hitting New York City, Paul checks for ""talk show closings"" and Dave comes on stage in a poncho and galoshes. Meanwhile, Jenna Elfman hijacks ...
|Sep. 16, 1999|
|7x09 Heather Locklear, Keyshawn Johnson |
During CBS Mailbag, Alan threatens to beat up Secretary of the Treasury Lawrence Summers, but he goes to his anger management counselor instead.
|Sep. 17, 1999|
|7x10 Michael J. Fox, Heather French |
Joe Haden fills in for Alan; Warren Zevon fills in for Paul; Rupert walks over to the CBS Store and reviews the new fall shows on CBS.
|Sep. 20, 1999|
|7x11 Robin Williams, Norm MacDonald |
Paul and a local high schooler try their best to learn how to parallel park, while Robin Williams promotes ""Bicentennial Man.""
|Sep. 21, 1999|
|7x12 Stupid Pet Tricks, Ashley Judd, Randy Travis |
Alan, Regis, Bill Delace, and Mike McIntee portray members of the audience during ""Who Asked For It?""; Ashley Judd promotes ""Double Jeopardy.""
|Sep. 22, 1999|
|7x13 Mark Wahlberg, Adam Sandler, Roger Ebert |
Dave announces that next year, the show will be rechristened ""Late Show 2000,"" while Roger Ebert promotes his revamped talk show.
|Sep. 23, 1999|
|7x14 Kelly Preston, Stirling Moss, Sugar Ray |
During CBS Mailbag, Harold Larkin comments on body piercing, while Dave ""appears"" in a Gap commercial.
|Sep. 24, 1999|
|7x15 Kevin Pollak, Tom Waits |
Biff gives a blanket to a cold audience girl; Chewy the Dog looks for truffles; Tom Waits sings with a bullhorn.
|Sep. 27, 1999|
|7x16 Nathan Lane, Emmylou Harris & Linda Rondstadt |
Nadine, Andrea, Sirajul (but not Mujibur) and Joe G. play ""Who Wants to Win a Giant Phony Check for $1,000,000?"" Later, Alan promotes a film he just produced called ""For the Ladies"" ...
|Sep. 28, 1999|
|7x17 Mia Farrow, Russell Crowe, Paula Cole Band |
Dave tells another dentist-related horror story; in ""New for Fall,"" Mujibur and Sirajul star in the Bollywood musical ""Basanta Gan Gaibay""; Evander Holyfield presents the Top Ten, ...
|Sep. 29, 1999|
|7x18 Kevin Spacey, Eurythmics |
Kevin Spacey promotes ""American Beauty,"" then gives Dave a bag of Presidential M&M's. Later, Harold Larkin tells one of the ""True Stories of the Late Show Stagehands"": He walks ...
|Sep. 30, 1999|
|7x19 Kelsey Grammer, Rebecca Gayheart |
Alan's angry because he's not allowed to punch anybody; Dave goes berzerk adjusting his tie; Alan beats up writer Joe Toplyn under Mujibur and Sirajul's supervision.
|Oct. 01, 1999|
|7x20 Harrison Ford, David Bowie |
""Biff Henderson's America"" spends four days in Turkey, Texas; David Bowie performs ""Thursday's Child.""
|Oct. 04, 1999|
|7x21 Dan Quayle, Melissa Ethridge |
Mujibur and Sirajul sample food at Hello Deli; an ad for ""Late Show on Tour,"" with Jackie Mason playing Dave; In honor of tonight's guest, Dave announces that he will no longer make ...
|Oct. 05, 1999|
|7x22 Lili Tomlin, Leah Remini, Beth Hart |
Tonight's edition of ""True Stories of the Late Show Stagehands"" finds Pat and Kenny in a plane crash over the Andes, where they're reduced to cannibalism.
|Oct. 06, 1999|
|7x23 Jesse Ventura, Amy Brennamen, ZZ Top |
A 100-year-old man presents the Top Ten; Biff waits on the fire escape by 53rd street and yells to President Clinton's motorcade that he has snacks.
|Oct. 07, 1999|
|7x24 Jack Hanna, Peter Fonda, Sting |
1999: During CBS Mailbag, Pat Farmer presents ""Great Pats throughout History."" Later, Sting performs ""Brand New Day.""
|Oct. 08, 1999|
|7x25 Bruce Willis, Will Ferrell |
Carole King sits in with Paul, then sings a duet with Bruce Willis.
|Oct. 11, 1999|
|7x26 Chazz Palminteri, Billy Blanks, Wilson Pickett |
Joe G. joins Mujibur and Sirajul to play ""Where Can I Get a Decent Meal in This Town?"" Later, Billy Blanks does a Tae-bo demonstration.
|Oct. 12, 1999|
|7x27 Farrah Fawcett |
The outside cam presents Paul Fiore's driver's test in New Jersey, with commentary by Biff and pictures from the WCBS-TV helicopter. When he finishes the test, a babe presents him flowers ...
|Oct. 13, 1999|
|7x28 John Malkovich, Harland Williams |
Warren Zevon fills in for Paul yet again; Dave wants to say the s-word ""because they did on â€˜Chicago Hope,'"" tries it, and gets beeped; Biff gives Yankees tickets to an audience ...
|Oct. 14, 1999|
|7x29 Austin Payne, Patricia Arquette, Moby |
During CBS Mailbag, Alan Kalter promotes his Millenium Party, which looks like a disaster in the making. Later, Dave presents ""Top Ten Things That Sound Creepy When Said by John M ...
|Oct. 15, 1999|
|7x30 Charles Grodin, Jimmie Walker, Buena Vista Social Club |
Paul and Dave talk about the band's weekend gig at the White House; for his latest World Series report, Biff interviews, amongst others, Evander Holyfield and John Rocker; the octogenarian ...
|Oct. 25, 1999|
|7x31 John Cusack, Bob Sarlatte, LeAnn Rimes |
Dave shows a clip from the recently cancelled CBS sitcom Work With Me. Later, David Diaz of WCBS-TV beats up a punk during an on-the-street report.
|Oct. 26, 1999|
|7x32 Martha Stewart, Martin Scorcese, Ricky Martin |
Martha Stewart makes Halloween treats; Jets QB Vinny Testaverde helps with the annual ""Halloween Costumes"" segment.
|Oct. 27, 1999|
|7x33 Joe Torre, Denzel Washington |
Security boss Bill DeLace disrupts last night's Gore-Bradley debate; your 1999 World Champion New York Yankees present the Top Ten; Denzel Washington plugs ""The Bone Collector.""
|Oct. 28, 1999|
|7x34 Meryl Streep, Natalie Merchant |
Dave shows a dumb picture of him outside, then gets marksman Armando Aiello to shoot paint balls at it; Dave disses Harmony Korine, who made some choice comments after getting bumped ...
|Oct. 29, 1999|
|7x35 Luke Perry, Jimmy Kimmel, Garbage |
Dave tells a lengthy Halloween candy story, then incorporates his voice into the talking dog from those ""Taco Bell"" commercials.
|Nov. 01, 1999|
|7x36 Lauren Holly, Jimmy Fallon, Rage Against the Machine |
Dave says hello to all the folks in King's Height Rest Home in New York; Rage Against the Machine performs ""War Within a Breath"" on the roof in pouring rain.
|Nov. 02, 1999|
|7x37 Bill Cosby, Milla Jovovich |
14-year-old music prodigy Shannon Kerman sits in; Paul's most vivid memory of this year's World Series is reinterpreted by Martin Scorsese and Ricky Martin; after Mujibur and Sirajul ...
|Nov. 03, 1999|
|7x38 Susan Sarandon, Juan Montoya, East Harlem Violinists |
A cannon called the Alludium 2000 Pumpkin Modulator, along with its operator Max Teasdale, wait to launch a giant pumpkin into orbit on 53rd Street. Also, Roberta Glasspari and The ...
|Nov. 04, 1999|
|7x39 Regis Philbin, Mitch Hedberg |
Live via satellite, a lone microphone stands in the sun for an open mike night in the Mojave Desert. Also, Dr. Lou Arrone gives flu shots to the audience.
|Nov. 05, 1999|
|7x40 Woody Harrelson, Bobby Rahal |
NYC Marathon winners Joseph Chebet (of Kenya) and Adrianna Fernandez (of Mexico) run across the stage; Dave mentions that staff members Jay Johnson, Fred Dhimizu and Patty McDonald ...
|Nov. 08, 1999|
|7x41 Don Rickles, Jane Clayson |
Dave mentions that he's #64 on Entertainment Weekly's list of 100 Greatest Entertainers (inbetween Joni Mitchell and Jim Carrey); live via satellite, it's another Open Mic Night in ...
|Nov. 09, 1999|
|7x42 Jack Hanna, Bob Hoskins, Melanie C |
Dave announces the premiere of ""Good Old-Fashioned Fun,"" which includes Harold Larkin making a snow angel in mayonnaise and Mujibur and Sirajul racing to the death in a soap box derby. ...
|Nov. 10, 1999|
|7x43 Natalie Portman, Travis Pastrana, Ted Alexandro |
Dave shows a tape of stunt biker/scheduled guest Travis Pastrana's mishap that afternoon, and the injured daredevil later hobbles onstage. By the end of the show, the Hi-Ho Girls are ...
|Nov. 11, 1999|
|7x44 Stupid Human Tricks, Johnny Depp |
Jay Johnson gives a tour of the set of ""The Early Show with Bryant Gumbel and Jane Clayson."" Also, Dr. Lou Arrone does his seasonal audience flu shots.
|Nov. 12, 1999|
|7x45 Claudia Schiffer, Chris Cornell |
Dave shows a clip that shows that even though he's only been on the network for two weeks, but there's already trouble on Bryant Gumbel's Early Show. Midway through an interview, a ...
|Nov. 15, 1999|
|7x46 Will Smith, Creed |
Dave looks over the 2000 Places Rated Almanac, and then calls Donald Green, the mayor of Kankakee, Illinois, the city which rated lowest. As a condolence, Dave presents the mayor with ...
|Nov. 16, 1999|
|7x47 Anthony Edwards, Yasmine Bleeth |
During a segment called ""What They're Doing to Boost Their Ratings,"" magician John Bundy makes a cue card disappear.
|Nov. 17, 1999|
|7x48 Evander Holyfield, Ted Danson, Counting Crows |
Ted Danson plugs ""Becker,"" while Dave demands that #5 in the Top Ten be rewritten at the last minute.
|Nov. 18, 1999|
|7x49 Gabriel Byrne, Mark Borchardt |
Gabriel Bryne plugs ""End of Days,"" while Dave says hi to Mark Borchardt's friend Mike.
|Nov. 19, 1999|
|7x50 Bryant Gumbel, John Carpenter, Tony Bennett |
Dave, Bill DeLace, Pat Farmer, Biff, intern Laura McCloud, Mike McIntee, Harold Larkin, Paul, Tommy Gordon, and George Clarke comment on ""What They're Thankful For.""
|Nov. 22, 1999|
|7x51 Kathie Lee Gifford, Charlotte Church |
Tony Mendez and Bill DeLace star in the new CBS midseason replacement series ""Next Time Bring Your Sister, You Hump."" Also, Kathie Lee Gifford delivers a turkey to Dave.
|Nov. 23, 1999|
|7x52 Julianna Margulies, Eric Ripert, Third Eye Blind |
""Biff Henderson's America"" visits the ranching community of Meeteetse, WY.
|Nov. 24, 1999|
|7x53 George Carlin, Jewel |
Live via satellite from Indianapolis, Mrs. Dorothy Letterman stands in her kitchen while Dave guesses what pies she baked for Thanksgiving. Afterwards, Dorothy shows her refrigerator ...
|Nov. 25, 1999|
|7x54 Stupid Pet Tricks, William Baldwin |
A dog that fetches beer appears on ""Stupid Human Tricks""; Dave rants that all the other talk shows are copying the aforementioned segment; another Open Mic Night in the Mohave Desert ...
|Nov. 26, 1999|
|7x55 Barbara Walter, Dan Patrick, Mary J. Blige |
During the segment ""The Best and Worst of the Millennium,"" an image of Sam Donaldson's eyebrows suddenly comes to life. Also, during tonight's Open Mic in the Mojave Desert, a technician ...
|Nov. 29, 1999|
|7x56 Jenny McCarthy, Martha Stewart, Foo Fighters |
Dave announces Monica Lewinsky is dating a former LSDL writer; a customer at Joe G's becomes the subject of his own ""E! True Hollywood Story""; Jenny McCarthy plugs ""Scream 3.""
|Nov. 30, 1999|
|7x57 Tim Robbins, Laetitia Casta, B.B. King & Dr. John |
Glen Campbell sits in; Dave discusses the list of good and bad cities that he mentioned on the show last month, then checks in with Kankakee, IL mayor Donald Green, who receives another ...
|Dec. 01, 1999|
|7x58 Patrick Stewart, Al Franken, Bob Marley |
For the umpteenth time this year, Dave orders Inky to spit out his gum; in honor of the Pokemon craze, Dave and the audience play ""Know Your Japanese Cartoon Crap.""
|Dec. 02, 1999|
|7x59 Geena Davis, Bill Murray, Fiona Apple |
|Dec. 03, 1999|
|7x60 Courtney Love, Tori Murden, R.E.M. |
|Dec. 13, 1999|
|7x61 Gwyneth Paltrow, Blondie |
|Dec. 14, 1999|
|7x62 Danny DeVito, Harry Smith |
Throughout the night, various members of the Philadelphia Flyers shoot pucks at a cardboard cutout of Dave. Also, the Turkish guy has been promoted to stagehand.
|Dec. 15, 1999|
|7x63 Jim Carrey, Alanis Morrisette |
|Dec. 16, 1999|
|7x64 Joe Breen, Jude Law |
|Dec. 17, 1999|
|7x65 Tom Brokaw, Alex Kingston, Run DMC |
|Dec. 20, 1999|
|7x66 Emily Watson, LL Cool J |
|Dec. 21, 1999|
|7x67 Marv Albert, Heather Matarazzo, Bruce Henderson |
|Dec. 22, 1999|
|7x68 Hallie Eisenberg, Jon Witherspoon, Darlene Love |
|Dec. 23, 1999|
|7x69 Matt Damon, Q-Tip |
Feeling a little warm, Dave takes off his coat and does most of the show in just his shirt and tie; in ""Who Asked For It?"" Patrick Stewart and the Taco Bell chihuahua star in ""A ...
|Dec. 27, 1999|
|7x70 Isabella Rossellini, Bev Tanner |
|Dec. 28, 1999|
|7x71 Jay Thomas, Nick Nordberg |
|Dec. 29, 1999|
|7x72 Dick Clark, Ralph Charles |
|Dec. 30, 1999|
|7x73 Stupid Human Tricks, Kevin James, Brooklyn Philharmonic |
|Dec. 31, 1999|
|7x74 Jeff Daniels, Jake Johannsen |
|Jan. 03, 2000|
|7x75 Lauren Bacall, Kurt Warner |
|Jan. 04, 2000|
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