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David Letterman's 'Late Show' Set Already Trashed; '80s Set on eBay

Earlier this week, David Letterman signed off from behind the desk of CBS' Late Show for the last time. It was an evening full of high profile guests and trips back in time through Letterman's long career in late night. And fittingly for the last hurrah of generation of late night hosts, Letterman's final show pulled in record viewership, scoring the program's largest television audience in 20 years.

But now that's all in the past, and as of midday Thursday, the Late Show with David Letterman set was already in the dumpster. That's how things rolls in showbiz - out with the old, in with the new.

As stagehands began dismantling the iconic set, images of the bridges that for years framed Letterman's interviews and antics began popping up on social media (via Gothamist) as awestruck bystanders witnessed a piece of history get unceremoniously kicked to the curb:

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David Letterman's 'Late Show' Set Already Trashed; '80s Set on eBay