An appearance on the Letterman show. From April 23, 2007.
Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra, and even Johnny Carson sings.
Kevin Spacey does several dead on impressions, including: Marlin Brando, Audrey Hepburn, Inside the Actors Studio, Jack Lemmon, Jimmy Stewart, Clint Eastwood, Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, and Johnny Carson.
George Gobel delivers what many regard today as the funniest ad-lib in Tonight Show history in this clip from 1969 with Johnny Carson, Bob Hope and Dean Martin.
A late 1970's airing of the Carol Burnett Show.
A mourner shows a widow the benefits of keening.
Williams improvs another version at the end.
Stewarts reading of his poem on his dog Beau is so heartbraking and funny, maybe even a little silly.
He peformed this on the Johnny Carson show.
A fun interaction between the talk show host and a talkative Amazon parrot.
Rich Little, widely considered one of the worlds best impressionists, performs.
From the Late Show with David Letterman.
During one of his classic anniversary shows, Carson flashes back in time to one of his better skits where he plays an unidentified politician.
While talking with guest host Bob Newhart, Don Rickles breaks Johnny Carson's treasured cigarette box.
The next night, Johnny gets even.
Standard standup fare for the comedian: flying, movies, etc.
When Johnny cuts to commercial, end it.
Bad home videotape job.
In this skit, Ronald Reagan calls in Jim Baker to discuss his agenda for a press conference.
Brilliant comic timing is executed.
From October, 1976.
The comedian performs a skit where he reviews his telephone messages with Johnny Carson.
From The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
From February 1981.
The standup act is good but when he gets "interviewed" by Johnny, he really gets on a roll.
A joke as old as the Flood done with great timing by Flip Wilson on the Tonight Show in the very early 1960s.