-He'a a legend, He’s Al Pacino. He’s an amazing actor certainty but, you know, the one thing I didn’t really know about Pacino, prior to the shooting was that he’s certifiably insane. -Oh really, you’ve seen the paperwork apparently. How does that manifests itself? -He has a joke, he likes to tell -He likes to tell joke? -Oh yes, he likes to tell jokes and he liked tell me this one specific joke over and over. And I really didn’t understand it. -You didn’t get the joke. -I did’t get the joke. -And he thought it was your problem that you didn’t get the joke. -Yeah absolutely, he definitely thought it was my problem. -So he keeps wearing you down with the same joke. -He flicked at it upon me and I could feel like, you know, IQ points dropping. -The greater the pressure, the dumper you feel. Did you ever understand the joke? -I finally figured it out yeah. -Do you remember the joke? - Yeah. He used to lean over and go “A skeleton goes into a bar and orders a beer and a mop.” But I mean on a loop. -Over and over again. I must say, you kind of expect a little more from Al Pacino. I’m kind of on your side here. I get it but I don’t want to admit that I get it.
If you believe that men and women have equal rights, and then someone asks if you’re a feminist, you have to say yes. Because that is how it works.
You can’t be like ‘Yeah, I’m a doctor that primarily does diseases of the skin.’
'Oh, so you’re a dermatologist?’
'Oh no, that’s way too an agressive word, not at all, not at all.’
Undoubtedly one of Letterman’s most iconic performances in his 33 year tenure was Tori’s performance of the Tom Waits’ hit “Time” (September 18, 2001). Tori was Letterman’s first guest after 9/11 and it was clear that her performance moved him. Tori would be a guest on Letterman numerous times.