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Watch Howard Stern Try to Kiss David Letterman Goodbye

May 12, 2015

On The Late Show Monday night, David Letterman's interview with radio personality Howard Stern took a cringe-worthy turn when Stern tried to say goodbye by planting a kiss on the comedian, whose last show is May 20—not once, but twice. He was hardly subtle about it, too, shouting "KISS ME! KISS ME!" as Letterman squirmed and tried to run away.

Perhaps he was trying to one up Tina Fey, who bid farewell by taking off her clothes.

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