He finished of the look with a pair of brown desert boots, carrying two large holdall bags as he made his way through the terminal.
Late Night is an American late-night talk and variety show airing on NBC since 1982.
Four men have hosted Late Night: David Letterman (1982–93), Conan O'Brien (1993–2009), Jimmy Fallon (2009–14), and Seth Meyers (2014–present).
Friday shows were added in June 1987 (NBC previously aired Friday Night Videos in the am slot with occasional Late Night specials and reruns).
Starting in September 1991, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson was pushed back from pm to pm, with Letterman starting at am, at the request of NBC affiliates who wanted more advertising time for their profitable late newscasts. Entertainment Television purchased broadcast rights to Late Night.
The show replaced The Tomorrow Show, hosted by Tom Snyder (and later co-hosted by Rona Barrett), on Mondays through Thursdays.
It did not expand to Fridays until 1987, when Friday Night Videos was moved back an hour to accommodate a five-day-a-week Late Night.
Since its inception in 1975, "SNL" has launched the careers of many of the brightest comedy performers of their generation.
As The New York Times noted on the occasion of the show's Emmy-winning 25th Anniversary special in 1999, "in defiance of both time and show business convention, 'SNL' is still the most pervasive influence on the art of comedy in contemporary culture." At the close of the century, "Saturday Night Live" placed seventh on Entertainment Weekly's list of the Top 100 Entertainers of the past 50 years.
Mc Carthy generated rave reviews last week for her first turn as the White House’s pugnacious new chief spokesman.
In her second outing, Mc Carthy again spoofed Spicer’s reported love for chewing gum and his combative exchanges with reporters. The sketch also skewered the White House’s decision to release a list of terrorist attacks that it believes have been under-covered by mainstream media, and the flap that erupted after Nordstrom said it would drop the apparel line of Ivanka Trump, the President’s daughter, because of weak sales.
The program has won 53 Emmy Awards, the most for any show in television history.