In 1993, Robin Williams takes over David Letterman’s show.

When he first joined David Letterman on The Late Show on August 31, 1993, he was known to fans all over the world as a down-to-earth comedic genius who had been loved by fans for over a decade.

Robin Williams and David Letterman

Fans were drawn to Robin Williams’ thick iconic ’90s mustache when he arrived in fashion, riding down in a lift while posing. He immediately began performing some of his famous body movements and facial impersonations before bursting into an instant musical, which the fans adored.

The pair begin by discussing the Ed Sullivan studio, with Williams taking it upon himself to compliment the various features of the studio building, leaving fans wondering if this was part of a comedic gag.

Williams couldn’t help but break into another musical performance that the fans loved after admiring the spiral staircase that leads to a platform above. After Letterman had calmed Williams down, they began talking about an incredible vacation Williams had just returned from in Italy.

Williams began to impersonate an Italian citizen as they joked about Letterman’s show promotions airing on Italian television. Letterman joked that the Mars probe included a plug for his show.

Robin Williams

Williams continued from the Mars probe with a hilarious gag, claiming that the Mars probe had vanished and was being stripped for parts in New Jersey. Williams claims, in a vocal impersonation, that someone was attempting to sell the probe’s solar panels.

Following this, Willaims joked about NASA’s inability to understand what happened, implying that there should have been some kind of sensor that would have reported back to the space organization if something went wrong, especially since it costs half a billion dollars.

The audience then laughed as Willaims joked that the next probe sent into space by NASA would be a paper plane. Following that, the pair began talking about Williams’ time in Italy, with Williams producing several sentences in Italian before switching to an Italian accent, which both Letterman and the audience were initially impressed with.

Williams began to speak in an Italian accent about all of Italy’s fantastic landmarks, beginning with the Leaning Tower of Pisa. He compares Pisa to an American structure, claiming that if this were the case in the US, people would line up to sue if any small piece of plaster fell off and hit them.

Robin Williams and David Letterman

Williams then produces a gift he brought from the dressing room, first explaining that there are many spirits in the building. Williams then pulls Topo Jijo from behind his back and follows it up with an inappropriate joke that the audience enjoys.

Following this, the pair discuss Williams’s filming schedule, and he mentions that he has recently completed a film in which he plays a 65-year-old woman, none other than the world-famous Mrs. Doubtfire.

They discussed the film in depth, with Letterman fascinated by Williams’ portrayal of a 65-year-old woman. Following that, he talks a lot about his family and his young son, who is quite the handful.

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