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David Letterman’s remarkable run as host of The Late Show is coming to an end tonight — and with it, his iconic “Top Ten” lists. But how did the feature first begin?

Click above to take a trip back through time, all the way to 1985, to the night when Dave delivered the very first list — and the whole gang was still figuring out exactly what their show was going to be. Then share this video!

Video via Adweek.

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