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Web Catch: Watch Dave Letterman's star-studded Top Ten send-off

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Wednesday night marked the end of an era for nighttime talk shows.

After 33 years in late-night television and 22 on "Late Show," David Letterman, 68, bid audiences farewell.

Close friends and notable guests made appearances throughout the night. However, no segment was as star-studded as Letterman's final Top Ten sketch, "Top Ten Things I've Always Wanted to Say to Dave."

Barbara Walters, Steve Martin and Tina Fey were among those present, each contributing their two cents' worth (or – in Bill Murray's case, no cents).

Watch what each had to say in their final salute to Letterman and his time on "Late Show" above.

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