Letterman is still out sick. C’mon, Dave! Suck it up and get back on the air!

CBS Keeps Kicking It ‘Old School’ for Letterman Fill-Ins
LOS ANGELES ( – Following in the footsteps of Will Farrell and Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson will host “The Late Show” on Wednesday, March 26, the latest in a series of guest hosts.
Wilson will be the third star of the comedy hit “Old School” to spell Letterman since the popular host was diagnosed with shingles and began missing shows on February 26. In addition to his current frat house comedy, Wilson has co-starred in “Charlie’s Angels” and “Legally Blonde” and did a multi-episode stint on “That ’70s Show.”
Before Wilson can take over the desk, the next week of replacements will begin with a host who arrives all the way from the other side of the Ed Sullivan theater. “Late Show” Musical Director Paul Shaffer will do double-duty on Monday, March 24. He’ll be followed by comedian and television legendary Bill Cosby, whose one night stand begins on Tuesday (March 25).
Earlier Letterman guest hosts included Bruce Willis, John McEnroe and Regis Philbin.
“The Late Show” will have its second straight night of rebroadcasts on Friday (March 21) due to CBS’ coverage of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.