Dave, Calvert, and I are taking a walk down the hallways of NBC into a deserted stairwell.
Dave opened up the studio by going outside with remote cameras peering into all sorts of unlikely places.
(Rules like Dave Ramsey talks about, or Benjamin Franklin divorced from the Christian content).
No one in America was deprived of seeing Dave Letterman do exactly what he wanted with an 11:35 television program.
But those ads could now backfire, said Dave Sargent, head of automotive research at J.D. Power.
"We are on the surface," said Dave, laying down knife and fork.
"I don't know why he should not be invited as well as any of us," said Dave Farrington.
And then all sat down, and Dave told his tale, just as I have related it here.
Dave looked on with amazement, and Nellie hardly seemed to believe her own senses.
Dr. Nash found out that all these particulars were of Dave's communicating.