Good for you, Dave!

David Letterman has decided to do a new show on Sept. 11 after all.
After much debate and consideration, the “Late Show with David Letterman” staff will be working during the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks, according to NY Daily News. Had they decided not to go on with the show, CBS was considering a rebroadcast of the Sept. 17, 2001 show — Letterman’s first broadcast after the attacks.
The new “Late Show” will follow 13 hours of special Sept. 11 coverage on the network, starting with the “Early Show” broadcasting from Ground Zero. Coverage will continue through the afternoon, leading up to expanded editions of the “CBS Evening News” and a half-hour special anchored by Rather following the newscast. In primetime, “60 Minutes II”will feature an exclusive interview with President Bush by correspondent Scott Pelley. CBS will also re-air the documentary “9/11.”