Letterman to retire from ‘Late Show’

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Say goodbye to “Stupid Pet Tricks” and “Is This Anything?” David Letterman is calling it a night.

During the taping of “The Late Show With David Letterman” on Thursday, the longtime late night host broke the news that he would be retiring from the program in 2015.

Although he didn’t give a specific date for his last show, when he reads his final Top 10 list, the Indiana native will be the longest-tenured host in late-night history. Letterman began the “Late Night” program on NBC in 1982 before jumping to CBS and “The Late Show” in 1993 after losing “The Tonight Show” gig to one-time rival Jay Leno, who retired in February.

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