There isn’t a talk show host more iconic and great than the legendary David Letterman. David had been the host of his own late-night talk show for almost 33 years. So naturally, after three long decades of asking people questions and making conversation out of the most minor things. David has gotten pretty good at it. So good that Netflix decided it is time for David Letterman to bring his social skills to the streaming site.
After just three years of being away from TV, David Letterman received his own talk show on Netflix, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, in 2018. And David brings his minor things and questions to the show as well.
Questions of David Letterman on Netflix
As far as making the conversation go and making them interesting for an audience, Letterman is the best. One of the most captivating parts of his show is David’s genuine curiosity mixed with his sense of humor.
David asks the most amazing and funny questions making his show an easy yet thought-provoking watch. That’s why Netflix has made a fun compilation of David Letterman’s funniest and constant questions that he keeps asking his guests, and the guests answer.
There is only one thing that David needs to make an entertaining episode that is interesting guests. And for a fourth season, Netflix gave David the best guests ever.
So when you have such great guests, how can you not ask questions like, “Why am I just finding this out now? Were you a good kid or a bad kid? You could have gone to college and still pursued music, or not? So you named the baby Roger? Who is that there? Would anxiety set in? Why don’t you know how to drive?”
Well, beware, these are just some of the fun and serious questions that David asks his guest this season. But all of them are each bit fun and interesting like the other.
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