Letterman goes for more laughs

Walls, Jeannette
March 1993
New York;3/22/93, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p14
Reports that as part of his three year, $42 million deal with CBS, talk-show host David Letterman is helping the network develop other programs, his first a sitcom called `The Building.' Actress Bonnie Hunt; Details.


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