Goodbye & Good Riddance – Juice WRLD

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Goodbye & Good Riddance

Juice WRLD

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 23, 2018

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The Goodbye Storm – Danielle Stewart

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The Goodbye Storm

Danielle Stewart

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: August 6, 2015

Publisher: Danielle Stewart

Seller: Danielle Stewart


Autumn Chase is painfully aware grief is a beast that won’t be chased off before it’s ready to leave. When an icy road and a dark night leave her a young widow, she’s forced to trade in her perfectly planned future for the unknown.  Like a child hiding from a monster, she pulls her covers up over her head with the intention of sheltering herself forever. But once an unexpected stranger shows up on her doorstep, Autumn has to choose between being alone or connecting with someone who is hurting as badly as she is. Noah Key, an emergency room doctor, has solemnly informed countless families that their loved one could not be saved. However, when his own wife dies suddenly there are no words to bring him comfort. His in-laws want him to fall to pieces to confirm his love for his late wife. His colleagues want him to take time off to grieve. The only thing Noah wants is to work enough hours in the day to forget his wife is gone. He’s written himself a prescription for a cocktail of distraction and exhaustion in order to trick his brain into thinking his life isn’t in shambles.  When the world keeps moving on without them, Noah and Autumn will need to decide if they’ll survive the storm or allow themselves to be swept away by it.

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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Remastered) – Elton John

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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Remastered)

Elton John

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 5, 1973

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The Goodbye Girl – Herbert Ross

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The Goodbye Girl

Herbert Ross

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 30, 1977


Richard Dreyfuss as a struggling actor and Marsha Mason as an even more struggling actress/dancer/mother deliver comedy repartee and bitter-to-best romance in Neil Simon's lustrous charmer featuring Dreyfuss' Academy Award-winning Best Actor performance.

© © 1977 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Goodbye & Good Riddance – Juice WRLD

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Goodbye & Good Riddance

Juice WRLD

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: May 23, 2018

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Goodbye & Good Riddance – Juice WRLD

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Goodbye & Good Riddance

Juice WRLD

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: May 23, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Grade A Productions, LLC, under exclusive license to Interscope Records

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The Long Goodbye – Single – Sarah McLachlan


The Long Goodbye – Single
Sarah McLachlan

Release Date:
August 16, 2016
Total Songs:
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Genre:
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Goodbye Christopher Robin – Simon Curtis

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Goodbye Christopher Robin

Simon Curtis

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: October 13, 2017


Get a rare glimpse into the relationship between author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson), creator of the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh stories, and his young son Christopher Robin (Will Tilston). The international success of the books that enchanted the world comes at a cost to the author, his son, and his wife Daphne (Margot Robbie), in this moving story about success and family.

© © 2017 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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“Nicole Richie and I had these matching tramp stamps done when we were, like, 16, and mom was having a 40-something midlife crisis so Nicole took her to get the same one done!,” she said during an appearance on her mother’s short-lived talk show “Kris” back in July 2013. 

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“So long, jackass,” McCain said in the video.

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The Last Goodbye – Mona Ingram

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The Last Goodbye

Mona Ingram

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: April 22, 2014

Publisher: Mona Ingram

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


  Everyone Danielle Flynn has ever loved has left her without saying goodbye. When her Uncle Jake allows his friend Sean’s production company to shoot on his ranch, she fights her attraction to the movie’s director, Grayson Crawford. After all, Grayson is heading back to California once filming is over, and she has no intention of letting him take her heart when he leaves… with or without a goodbye.   To make things worse, her Uncle Jake, a confirmed bachelor, starts acting like a teenager every time he’s around Carmen Santangelo, the woman who plays the mother of one of the actors. But when Carmen is offered the role of a lifetime, it’s a stark reminder that she and Jake come from two separate worlds.    Torn between her love of Green Lake Ranch and her growing feelings for Grayson, Danielle learns the difference between what’s important in life, and what’s make believe.       The Last Goodbye is Book Two in The Women of Independence series. Loving From Afar is Book One, and is Allison’s story. Book Three is Never Look Back, and is Maya’s story. Book Four, titled Love’s Like That, will be released in mid-April 2015 and is Katie’s story. All four are stand-alone books.

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Goodbye Normal Street – Turnpike Troubadours

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Goodbye Normal Street

Turnpike Troubadours

Genre: Country

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 8, 2012

© ℗ 2012 Bossier City Records

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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (40th Anniversary Celebration) – Elton John

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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (40th Anniversary Celebration)

Elton John

Genre: Rock

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Release Date: March 24, 2014

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The Trouble with Goodbye – Sarra Cannon

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The Trouble with Goodbye

Sarra Cannon

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: May 19, 2013

Publisher: Dead River Books

Seller: Dead River Books LLC


Two years ago, Leigh Anne Davis shocked everyone in tiny Fairhope, Georgia when she broke up with her wealthy boyfriend to attend an Ivy League university a thousand miles away. At school, she finds a happiness and independence she’s never known. Until one terrifying night takes it all away from her. With no place else to go, Leigh Anne heads home to reclaim her old life. A life she worked so hard to escape. On the outside, she seems like the same girl everyone has always known. But deep inside, she’s hiding a terrible secret. That’s when she meets Knox Warner, a troubled newcomer to Fairhope. His eyes have the same haunted look she sees every day in the mirror, and when she’s near him, the rest of the world fades away. But being with Knox would mean disappointing everyone all over again. If she wants to save what’s left of her old life, she has no choice but to say goodbye to him forever. Only, the trouble with goodbye is that sometimes it’s about courage and sometimes it’s about fear. And sometimes you’re too broken to know the difference until it’s too late. This is Book 1 of the Fairhope series. While each book can be read as a stand-alone, some characters interactions and events will be more meaningful if you follow this series from the beginning. Book 1: The Trouble With Goodbye Book 2: The Moment We Began Book 3: A Season For Hope Book 4: The Fear of Letting Go

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Can We Say So Long, but Not Goodbye, to Dave?

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While the show business community and the audience for David Letterman are in the process of saying thanks and goodbye, I’ve had a recurring thought: why must we say goodbye? Many of us are going to have a difficult withdrawal from our dose of Dave, especially the comedy community, and I’m just hoping his absence from our lives is a brief one.

I first met David Letterman back in 1977 when the late comedian George Miller introduced me to him. I was just a kid and a newcomer and I was starting to work as a comedian. One day Robin Williams invited me to open for him and David Letterman at the Bla Bla Cafe on Ventura Blvd. During my set the audience was so quiet I thought they were all deaf and needed sign language, until I finally got a good laugh on this joke: “I was at a dance club and I asked one of the girls to dance with me. She was, as they say in my country, extremely well fed. While slow dancing, she came in real close to me and whispered in my ear, ‘what do you use in your country for protection?’ I said, ‘a knife or a stick.'” I was so pleased to get any response that I said, “That’s my closer, good night” and bolted from the stage. Later that night during Robin’s set, he was feeling badly for me and brought me back onto the stage and started teaching me Shakespeare. That got a lot of laughs, the audience really enjoy it.

After the show, David gave me suggestions on how to fix some of my jokes. One joke he fixed, wound up getting laughs whenever I performed it afterwards. The way I told the joke was, “Everybody always gave me advice on how to pick up girls in America by spending a lot of money on them. So I met a girl and I said, ‘I would like to buy you a piano.'” David said I would get more laughs if I added a response from the girl. He said that she should reply “I would rather have an organ.” I did that joke Dave’s way, and always got lots of laughs. David was like that with everybody. He was very creative and giving, always offering other comedians help.

In 1979 when the comedians went on strike because we weren’t getting paid, David was already making money, but made it a point to help out. I remember one night we were on the picket line and David and Tom Dreesen showed up; I found out later that David guest hosted that night for Johnny Carson, but he showed up to help his fellow comics further their cause.

If it wasn’t for comics like David Letterman, Tom Dreesen, George Miller, Jay Leno – and many others – the comedians today would not be getting paid at the established clubs. I always remind the comedians that those individuals were the pioneers, who struck to get them their due. For those interested in that history, I recommend the excellent book written by Los Angeles Times editor Bill Knoedelseder, called I’m Dying up Here.

David never stopped helping comedians. Like his mentor Carson, Dave helped expose and promote stand-up comics on his show. In fact, he exposed more comedians on his TV show than any subsequent late night host. He never forgot his roots, and he never forgot those who performed with him on his rise. Tom Dreesen, Jeff Altman, Johnny Dark, Paul Mooney, George Wallace, Jimmie Walker, John Witherspoon, and so many others, were all on The Late Show many times, because Dave knew it was an important way to get them known.

David truly is a person filled with care and compassion. When David found out about George Miller’s diagnosis with leukemia, he arranged to secure a two bedroom apartment with a 24 hour nurse for him. David paid for everything. After a few years, Miller’s health deteriorated and near the end, Dave – even with his busy schedule – managed to fly in from New York to spend a few hours with his comic buddy. I joined Dave and Tom Dreesen and Gary Mule Deer at George’s apartment and watched Dave give him encouragement and positive reinforcement. A few months later, George died from a blood clot in his head and I had to pass on that tragic news to everybody including David. He was devastated.

David is a rare person, extremely funny, and extremely generous with a big heart. Not only does he help comedians, his charity work is unmatched and practically unknown. He has a foundation for underprivileged kids and nobody knows about it. I only found out about it from one of my Comedy Camp kids.

If I headed any network, I would never let a comedy treasure like him retire. David is still at the top of his game and has so much more to give. If he doesn’t want to work nightly anymore, perhaps one of the networks can get him to do a few specials each year. He is a national treasure and a “doctor of the soul” whose sense of fun has cured many of us from our doldrums. I’ve never seen all of the Laugh Factory comedians in agreement on any one thing, but they all seem to agree on David’s importance and contributions to comedy. It seems that these feelings are also shared by comics all around the country.

So my mantra is–so long Dave, enjoy the break, but we ain’t saying goodbye.

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As David Letterman Says Goodbye, Let’s Not Forget “The Hal Gurnee Years”

So much as been written about David Letterman’s Swan Song. I loved the New York Times piece, “David Letterman Reflects on 33 Years in Late-Night Television,” and NYMAG.com’s “The Lost Laughs of Letterman,” where 23 (out of 90) former writers reflected on some of the “greatest jokes he never told.” Of course, there’s the greatest late-night bandleader of all time, Paul Shaffer: “Paul Shaffer Ready to Disband the CBS Orchestra As ‘Letterman’ Wraps Up” by the AP.

Let’s talk about Hal Gurnee, who directed David Letterman’s NBC daytime show (1980) and both late night shows (“Late Night with David Letterman” on NBC and “Late Show with David Letterman” on CBS) for 13 years (1982 – 1995). That’s where I come in. It was 1989 — the year Taylor Swift was born and the year this cub reporter was assigned to do a behind-the-scenes feature story on Dave’s director for Us Weekly magazine. I got to spend a day with Dave, Hal, and the eclectic group of staff writers and crew who showed up that day.

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Just before the feature was to be published, Hal’s wife, Joan, died suddenly so Us Weekly decided to put off running it. To make a long story short, time passed, staff editors at Us Weekly slowly left, replaced with a newer crop, time marched on and the story never ran. So, in the name of nostalgia — and to pay tribute to one of the best directors David Letterman ever had the pleasure of working with — here is that piece in it’s entirety (which will give you an idea of just how a late-night comedy talk show gets off the ground each day).

Fade In: It’s 9:30 AM on a cold, blustery day in New York City (1989). “Late Night” director Hal Gurnee, dressed in tan chinos, a blue oxford shirt and brown loafers, sits alone in his toy-box size, 14th floor office, eating some dry cereal laced with skim milk, waiting for staff members to show up to discuss various details of that vertiginous late-night show he directs: “Late Night With David Letterman.”

A visitor entering Gurnee’s office would immediately become mesmerized by his decorative walls. They’re covered with over 50 framed pictures of celebrities who have been photographed holding a “picture” close to their face of his beloved dog, Bert. The office looks like a correctional facility for tiny tots who tease small puppies. One could sit in the small office for hours gazing at the many huge stars who show kindness to animals by posing for these unique 8x10s (Burt Reynolds and Bert; Pee Wee Herman and Bert; Mickey Mangle and Bert… and the list goes on and on.)

When this reporter enters his domain, Gurnee begins to talk about his past — directing the likes of Jack Paar, Joey Bishop, David Frost and Jimmy Dean’s puppet, Rolf). His friend of 27 years — associate director, Pete Fatovich — pokes his head in the door. “Hal’s a great director, and a great human being,” Fatovich announces.

Gurnee turns the tape recorder toward Fatovich, saying playfully, “Pete, when you do the positive things, speak up. And if you’re gonna trash me, keep your voice down.”

A moment later, producer Robert Morton peeks in to offer a rehearsed statement about Hal: “Hal…is…the…kindest…sweetest…man…I’ve…ever…met.”

“See,” jokes Gurnee, “he’s been brainwashed too. I’ll be in later to reprogram you, Bob.”

The staff and crew love this jocose, mild-mannered director. Show business reeks of horror stories about directors who are temperamental, unreasonable hotheads. But after spending many hours on the set of “Late Night,” it became obvious that Hal Gurnee is, indeed, the kind, witty, generous soul the “Late Night” staffers brag about. And his contributions to the show are priceless. He invented the sky cam and the thrill cam — which is one of his favorite inventions. “I thought it would be great to create a camera that seemed to zoom through space out of control,” laughs Gurnee.

So let’s jump on that thrill cam and take a Gurnee’s Journey. Or, the theme paper might be titled: “A Day In The Life Of A Big-Time Network Director Plus Some Harmless ‘Late Night’ Trivia.”

Throughout the day, Gurnee makes contact with many of the 85 staff and crew members who come together each day to put a fresh new show on the air for the purpose of entertaining the moles and insomniacs who stay up until the wee hours of the morning. Writers stagger into his office to solicit his opinion on and off during the day. This minute, Gurnee has to make a decision which Goodyear Blimp slide to use for this evening’s taping. (It’s the “Goodyear ‘Bite Me’ Blimp Night.”) The special-effects guy needs to discuss the electronic sparkles they’ll be using to introduce the new set.

Take One: 2:30 PM. Time to rehearse. Inside NBC Studio 6A, where the temperature is so low you could store a side of beef, Gurnee strolls past two lighting guys who grab him. They have to decide how to fix the glare that bounces onto the studio floor. It detracts Dave. After that mess is cleared up. Gurnee sympathizes with Kevin, the cue-card-guy, who claims to have had pneumonia three times since he’s worked there; then he wanders into his professional cubby hole, the “Late Night” control room filled with monitors and hundreds of buttons that control only God-knows-what. It’s located just outside the double doors, down the hall to the right of the studio (where Dave has taken inquisitive viewers many a night to watch Hal do his shtick). Hal cooked chili in the control room one night, flavoring it with a rusty old headset, then serving it up to hungry crew members.

Take Two: Gurnee poses for a photographer (assigned to take photos for this piece) inside the dark control room. He tells the crew that “Boy’s Life” is doing an article on him. “They’ve been trying to get me for years,” he jokes. As the avuncular, soft-spoken director leans back in his blue cushioned sway-back chair, hands clasped behind his head, he announces: “This is my Ted Koppel look.” Another pose: “This is my ironic look.”

Gurnee’s slick, buoyant humor serves him well. “Late Night” is, after all, a comedy show which means the creative team has to deliver the goods or the studio audience goes home unamused. (And if the audience stops laughing, Letterman and his staff will wake up one day in a GE warehouse threading tungsten wire into light bulbs.) Gurnee’s contribution to the humor of the show is essential. Letterman says it’s immeasurable. “Hal contributes in ways that I could never have imagined or dreamed of, both with his directing and also with his suggestions about almost every aspect of the show… I think that if somebody else were directing this show, the finished product by comparison would be greatly diminished,” Letterman boasts.

Take Three: Control room etiquette. Head writer Steve O’Donnell walks in like he’s checking crew members for lice. He paces back and forth behind Gurnee, who now has his mind on camera shots. O’Donnell is dressed in a brown outfit that suggests maybe he has little, or no sense of fashion. This wise reporter asks him to recite in 25 words or less how Hal Gurnee contributes to this program. “Most of us are really afraid of him,” O’Donnell says with a straight face.

(Then comes the truth and O’Donnell’s version of the infamous show business pie theory.) “There are three funny slices to the show pie,” O’Donnell volunteers. “Dave would be a big funny slice,the writers contribute another slice, but Hal’s selection of what he decides to cut away to and the way he zooms in on things — whether it’s the stoney-faced audience member or a stagehand just smoking a cigarette behind the production doors — it just always makes things very, very funny.”

“The real job,” Gurnee offers, “is to see things and seize the opportunities to make things look good and to surprise people. That’s where your value as a director is.”

Gurnee likes to take random camera shots that surprises even Letterman. Sometimes he’ll take a spontaneous shot of bandleader Paul Shaffer, catching Shaffer off guard. The audience laughs because Shaffer is usually in his Goober-like trance. “It gives a wrap-around view of what’s going on in the studio,” Gurnee points out. “On another show, the host might say, ‘What the hell is that? People have come to see me, not Paul Shaffer,’ but Dave is not that way. Dave understands and likes the fact that other people are included.”

Ready, action: Letterman walks by the control room sticking his head in to say, “Hal, I’m here.” Dave, who is rehearsal ready wearing sweat pants and a heavy-duty college sweatshirt, walks through the double doors to the studio, sits down at his desk on the set, then hollers: “Hal, you’ve got to fix that shower in my office! Every time I get in, I get soaked!”

Hal responds, dry humor in tact: “Sure, Dave, I’ll have somebody look at it.”

A great comeback.

Of course, Gurnee is used to great comebacks. Letterman has been introducing him as Hal Gertner for years. And the late-night viewing audiences have been listening to his retorts: “It’s Gurnee, Dave.” It’s a running joke that Gurnee laughs about. “We did a little remote with some actors, and after it was over, one of the actors wrote me a little note saying, ‘Thank you for hiring me, I think you’re a terrific director, Hal Gertner.’ I showed it to Dave, and Dave got a big kick out if it so about a week later, sure enough, he used it.”

Remote visit: During a lull in the festivities in the control room, it’s back upstairs to the office complex where Gurnee reflects back on his seven years with “Late Night” and talks about Dave’s personal life. Most viewers would probably never guess, for instance, that Dave dates a woman named Betina who has a huge black mole in the middle of her back. (Not sure how Hal knows this… but he kids.) In the meantime, two more unnamed writers run into the office to give more testimony about their director: “Hal is the Dean of Directors,” says one writer whose clothes are on the verge of dry rotting.

Take four: Dave takes a moment to share a deep dark secret about his close personal friend, Hal Gertner: “I know for a time when Hal got out of the service, he worked in some clubs here in New York City as a female impersonator.”

Cue Top 10 List: If Dave were pressed to do a Top Ten list of television directors that anybody had ever heard of since about 1947, the list would be redundant. All 10 would be: Hal Gurnee. Short TV quiz; Who directed “Pete and Gladys” in 1960? Who directed “The Merv Griffin Show?” Who directs “Rosanne?” Answer: Who cares? The point: Hal Gurnee is possibly the only living television director who is so intimately involved in a television extravaganza both behind and in front of the camera. Real people actually know his name.

Flashback: Summer of ’88. During that unfortunate writer’s strike, Gurnee helped Dave by offering up “Hal Gurnee’s Network Time Killers,” his idea to have circus performers come in and tumble some time away during the slow parts of the show.

The bit, though, that seemed to generate the most excitement was Dave’s rendition of “What is Hal Wearing?” Every night for what seemed like weeks, Dave would check in the control room asking, “Hal, what are you wearing tonight?” Each night Hal would stand up to show off those preppie threads: tan Chinos, a blue oxford shirt and brown loafers. The truth is, he really does wear this same ensemble every day. “I have five oxford shirts, three pair of Chinos that will last a week… and the shoes,” Hal admits.

A group of high school students from East St. Louis High School went into a state of fabric shock after watching this bit every night. They dressed themselves up in the Gurnee outfit and declared a “Hal Gurnee Day.” “I got a big kick out of that because it was one of those silly ideas Dave had and look what happened to it,” Gurnee laughs. (He has a picture of this senior class wearing the Gurnee threads hanging on office wall.)

Cut to: 5:30 PM. Show time. Control room crew in place, Gurnee cues the theme music. Bill Wendell gives the introduction. Dave enters stage left. The show is under way. Just before bit player Chris Elliott makes an appearance on stage, he moseys over to his pal Hal, plants a big fat wet one on his lips and hands him a little payola. (Close-ups seem to be important to Chris.) Hal, who is watching Dave closely on several monitors, raises his thick eyebrows and accepts the cash.

After the show, the crew disburses. Gurnee holds a cold compress on Dave’s forehead while other staffers hand him some old clothes to change into. Then it’s back upstairs to the office complex for a meeting to discuss the next day’s show. After all is said and done, Gurnee vacuums Dave’s office, walks four blocks to his apartment and reads silently.

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Howard Stern Tries To Give David Letterman A Goodbye Kiss

Howard Stern made his final appearance on the “The Late Show With David Letterman” on Monday night and the two bickered like old spouses over everything from Letterman’s retirement plans to a cancelled dinner that rubbed the radio talk show host the wrong way.

The “King of All Media” even went after Letterman’s production team for reportedly inviting Jay Leno to be a guest during one of his final shows.

And in a moment that truly seemed to catch Letterman off-guard, Stern grabbed the host by his face and repeatedly tried to kiss him on the lips.

“Kiss me!” Stern demanded as Letterman pulled away, turning red. “Kiss me now!”

Stern, a longtime Letterman guest from when “Late Night with David Letterman” was on NBC, also presented a watercolor painting he made for the host’s wife.

The two were later joined by comedy legend Don Rickles:

Letterman’s final show airs on May 20.

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Good-Bye To All That: 10 Products We’d Put in Beyoncé’s L.A. Welcome Basket

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Beyoncé and Jay Z are moving to Los Angeles—along with every other New Yorker you know. It seems winter is no longer bearable, and suddenly everyone who lives in the city has urgent work to attend to on the West Coast. But even though L.A. is just a short flight away, the lifestyle takes some getting used to. After you’ve relished in the natural Vitamin D supply and your new ability to stand outdoors for more than five minutes without curling into yourself from the cold, there’s a small learning curve. It mostly has to do with acting chill, using crystals, and learning to be kinder to yourself.

To ease the transition and make you feel even more solid in your decision to bail and live in L.A. for a week or two (or, you know, two months), we’ve assembled a collection of beauty products for the culture-shocked New Yorker living on the West Coast. This is what we’d send to Beyoncé in a welcome basket.

 

 

For starters, you’ll need some healing Rose Crystal Organic Rosewater Facial Toner. Think of it like crystal energy you spray on your face. And it’s organic. See what we mean? If you want to maintain some of your New Yorker snark, pack Smith and Cult’s nail lacquer in “Bitter Buddhist.” Once you adjust to L.A. living, you’ll still love it—the celadon green color is the same as the array of succulents you’ll soon have sitting on your windowsill. Speaking of your new space, it has to smell like sage. It just has to. Try Blackbird’s TenOverSix incense pyres, which are little pyramids you light and let burn down—a more sophisticated approach to the hippie-ish habit of burning sage to bless your domicile.

Once the air in your house is cleansed, you have to address your aura. Aquarian Soul + Earth’s Aura Cleanse Gemstone Massage Oil should be enough to expel the bitter cold from your heart. Now all that’s left to do is get a glowy, healthy Los Angeles complexion. Stock up on Glossier’s Mega Greens Galaxy Pack: It’s a kaolin clay mask that, we’re told, is meant to be thought of as “a juice cleanse for your face.” Welcome to Los Angeles.

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Bikini-Clad Kendall Jenner Says Goodbye To 2014 In Dubai

There are only a few more hours left in 2014, and Kendall Jenner is going out with a bang. The 19-year-old model and reality star is currently visiting Dubai with a star-studded group, including famous pals Selena Gomez, Gigi Hadid and Shay Mitchell. In between sightseeing, Jenner found time to snap a selfie after slipping into a teeny brown bikini:

Dubyeeee 2014

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The girls have been sure to document their vacation for their Instagram followers to see. Jenner shared a group photo as she and her friends visited the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. This time, her attire was (understandably) much more modest:


Selena Gomez also shared a sweet polaroid shot of her embracing Jenner and Hadid:

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Goodbye Cronuts, Hello Shaved Ice! Bidding Farewell to the Foods of 2014 and Welcoming the Foods of 2015

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In the fickle world of foodie culture, culinary trends swing in and out of fashion about as quickly as It bags. Cronuts may have caused mass hysteria in 2014, but, like the cupcake before them, will their coolness factor fade into a distant memory? Here, we bid farewell to the foods of 2014 (it’s been real, avo toast!) and welcome with open arms the foods of 2015.

 

Goodbye Cronuts, Hello Shaved Ice!
With even Dunkin’ Donuts getting into the Cronut game, it’s time for something a little cooler: shaved ice. If the lines at Snowdays, the new hybrid ice cream–shaved ice spot in the East Village, are any indication, the shaved-ice takeover is well underway.

 

Goodbye Avocado Toast, Hello Eggs!
In case you hadn’t noticed, eggs are no longer relegated to the breakfast section of the menu. Ordering soup? Ask for a fried egg on top. Opting for salad? Hard-boiled will do. There’s even a new Lower East Side café, Egg Shop, dedicated to the organic variety. Our motto in 2015: Put an egg on it.

 



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Goodbye Kombucha, Hello Matcha!
New York City’s first café dedicated exclusively to the finely milled green tea, MatchaBar, opened in the hipster stronghold of Williamsburg. They even offer classes on how to brew your own, which looks to be much easier than fermenting Kombucha cultures.

 

Goodbye Kale, Hello Rainbow Swiss Chard!
Kale is the Beyoncé of leafy greens: beloved by all. But with some food providers predicting shortages of the crop in the future, it’s rainbow Swiss chard’s opportunity to shine. We especially like Il Gattopardo’s take.

 


Goodbye Ramen, Hello Bone Broth!

Mineral-rich bone broth, the simplest meat-and-vegetable stock, is officially the soup craze du jour. People are so into boning up, in fact, that a new shop in the East Village, Brodo, now sells to-go cups so you can sip it like coffee.

 



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Goodbye Tacos, Hello Fried Chicken!

Tacos will never die, but fried chicken is riding two foodie waves—nouveau southern and Korean—right into our hearts. To the list of new restaurants specializing in fried chicken (Root & Bone, Birds & Bubbles) you will soon be able to add Seoul Chicken, which was opened in September by Fatty Crab and Fatty ‘Cue alum Chaz Brown.

 

Goodbye Pork Belly, Hello Crawfish!
You can thank Momofuku (and its pork buns) for the pork belly fad. But who is responsible for the budding crawfish craze? The critters are popping in everything from the mac and cheese at Heavy Woods to the dumplings at Mooncake Foods.

 

Goodbye Coconut Water, Hello Seltzer!
Just as studies began to establish that coconut water is no more hydrating than regular old water, seltzer began to win us over. Seltzer makers are the new juicers.

 

Goodbye Sriracha, Hello Mustard!
New York City got its first ever mustard sommelier in 2014 at the Upper West Side home of French brand Maille, which has mustard on tap as though it were a craft beer. Need we say more?

 



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Goodbye Quinoa, Hello Grits!

Quinoa got a big boost from the gluten-free bonanza of the past few years, but corn-based grits are just as safe for people with celiac disease—and much more flavorful. In other words: Kiss my grits!

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Paul Schneider (Parks and Recreation) stars as a newly single dad navigating the good, the bad, and the weird of the 30-something singles scene in this whip-smart comedy. When his wife unexpectedly informs him that she wants a divorce, well-meaning but oblivious husband Otto Wall (Schneider) finds himself thrust back into bachelorhood. Cue a hilarious sequence of romantic encounters—from reconnecting with a former crush to online dating—as Otto searches for the real thing amidst a string of one night stands. Directed by the acclaimed writer of Junebug, this sexy farce co-stars Anna Camp, Heather Graham, Amy Sedaris, and Melanie Lynskey.

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'Community' Star Says Goodbye To Greendale, Hello To Brooklyn

She may have graduated from NBC, but now one “Community” alum is going for her PhD in HBO.

TVLine reports that Gillian Jacobs is set to star in a recurring role on HBO’s “Girls.” Jacobs will appear in the upcoming fourth season as Mimi-Rose Howard, making her debut in an episode simply titled “Mimi-Rose.”

Jacobs last starred as Britta Perry on the NBC’s “Community,” which was canceled this month despite a spirited campaign to get a sixth season and a movie.

Though the sting of the cancellation is still fresh, Jacobs’ return to TV should give “Community” fans cause for celebration.

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