He will be missed!

Miller’s ‘Live’ Is Over
After Friday, Aug. 30, “Dennis Miller Live” will live no more.
The nine-year-old HBO series ends its 215-episode run with a visit from actor Vince Vaughn. The “Swingers” star will discuss “Confidence” with Miller.
Each episode of the series opened with a monologue by Miller, a rant about the week’s topic, a live chat with a guest, viewer call-ins and a wrap-up of the week’s events. Past guests included celebrities like Jim Carrey, George Clooney, Tom Hanks and Jerry Seinfeld. The show also featured political figures like Bill Bradley, Joycelyn Elders and Ann Richards.
“Dennis Miller Live” was the first of what would be several HBO series to win an Emmy. The show has won five awards since its April 1994 debut.
Miller is looking toward the future now that “Live” is ending. “It’s been a great run, and now Iím ready to try something new,” he says.
The final episode airs on Friday, Aug. 30 on HBO at 11:30 p.m. ET, and in Canada at 9:30 EST on Tuesday, September 2nd.