Jimmy Fallon & David Letterman Perform To Empty Audiences During Hurricane Sandy

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You know what they say, the show must go on!

Most of New York City spent Monday locked up in their homes waiting for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, but two late night talk show hosts decided to tape their shows, despite having no studio audience.

Jimmy Fallon braved the elements, stepping outside of NBC’s Rockefeller Center.

David Letterman joked with band leader Paul Shaffer that he was watching TV for the list of talk show closings, but apparently The Late Show wasn’t one of them!

Both comedians taped their opening monologues to empty studios, which didn’t initially seem like a bad idea, but how about you try being funny when no one’s laughing!

Take a look at some clips from yesterday’s shows:


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