Unfortunately the person who put this montage up on YouTube edited it out of sequence. And he left out the first clip that puts it all in perspective.
But would we leave you folks hanging out on a limb like that? No, sir.
Hopefully this will work properly.
I tracked down the first clip -- which oddly is tacked onto the end of some unrelated clip, and then trimmed out this first unrelated clip. (As it appears on the screen below, the unrelated clip is with Mandy Patinkin and Tony Randall. But it should jump past that.)
Then, the next clips should run immediately following. Should. (And even those are out of order. But they're close enough to make full sense of it. I think the last two clips are inverted.)
This is from the David Letterman Show. Sitting at his desk, Dave began gargling out Broadway showtune, and mangling the words dismally. Paul Shaffer interrupted him and -- well, you'll see. It then became a running gag throughout the show. And this is the joyous result.
But more me, the most fun is may watching the look of hero-worship and love on one of the participation's face throughout.
And hopefully it will run properly. If it starts at 4:19 with David Letterman at his desk singing, then all should be well. And joyous.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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