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Desc:David Letterman helps a young boy cope when his favorite television show is cancelled.
Category:Humor, Classic TV Clips
Tags:television, David Letterman, voyagers, after school special, Cancellation
Submitted:Hugo Gorilla
Date:12/16/13
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Bort - 2013-12-16
But "The Fall Guy" got canceled too, and some things, the hurt never goes away.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2013-12-16
When I was six I lived with my grandmother and I still remember her breaking it to me that my favorite actor had accidentally blown his brains out with a blank. That was a really weird thing to hear at six. Especially considering that I fantasized about running away with him and having pirate adventures.
Cena_mark - 2013-12-16
Long before I ever marked for Cena I marked for WCW and when the last Monday Nitro aired I wanted to cry.
badideasinaction - 2013-12-16
Needs a "Firefly" tag.
EvilHomer - 2013-12-16
Futurama. (|||❛︵❛.)
ShiftlessRastus - 2013-12-16
I'd like to imagine Dave giving the same speech to Conan in 2009.
memedumpster - 2013-12-16
Voyagers was better than Lett... Manimal.
sasazuka - 2013-12-16
I watched VOYAGERS, though I'm not sure if I watched it on primetime when it was new. I think the reruns actually did show up in syndication on some American border station I could receive a year or two after it got cancelled.

Nikon - 2013-12-16
Twin Peaks.
Racketeer - 2013-12-16
Sym-Bionic Titan
That guy - 2013-12-17
Jeez, first decade of Letterman was amazing. There was nothing like it. The TV landscape was so plain and middle-of-the-road compared to Letterman's deadpan shenanigans and weird undercooked irony.


Now Letterman's just a big dull late night show.
The way of all flesh, I guess.....
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