Come back soon, Dave. You are deeply missed!

More Guest Hosts for Letterman
LOS ANGELES ( – Two of David Letterman’s good friends — and one of the stars of a show his company produces — will fill the host’s seat on “The Late Show” next week.
Letterman has been out since Feb. 26, when he was diagnosed with shingles, a viral illness related to chicken pox. His doctor, Louis J. Aronne, says “Dave is getting better and … is eager to get back to work” but still needs more recovery time.
As a result, “Everybody Loves Raymond” star Brad Garrett, comic Tom Dreesen and “Life with Bonnie” star Bonnie Hunt will take over hosting duties Monday (March 17) through Wednesday (March 19). Repeats will air March 20 and 21, due to CBS’ coverage of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
Garrett won an Emmy last year for his role as Ray’s (Ray Romano) sad-sack brother Robert on “Everybody Loves Raymond” — which is produced by Letterman’s production company, Worldwide Pants. Dreesen and Hunt are both longtime friends and of the “Late Show” host; Hunt also plays the host of a fictional daytime talk show on her ABC series.
Bruce Willis, Vince Vaughn, John McEnroe and Will Ferrell are among those who have hosted “The Late Show” In Letterman’s absence. Megan Mullally of “Will & Grace” was behind the desk last Friday.