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Will Ferrell brings Harry Caray to Letterman

Written by
Clayton Guse

Will Ferrell brought his infamous Harry Caray impression to The Late Show on Monday night in an sketch that left David Letterman saying, "Maybe it is time to go, Paul." 

Letterman is counting down to the end of his 33-years as a late night host, and Ferrell's impression of the late Cubs announcer didn't make him feel any younger. It didn't help that Ferrell kept mistaking Letterman for Ed Sullivan.

Ferrell's Harry Caray act is always a welcome sight for Cubs fans, especially those who miss the wide-eyed announcer so much that they're petitioning for a virtual version of the North Side icon to be displayed on the new left field scoreboard at Wrigley Field. In case you forgot what Caray sounded like (or how spot-on Ferrell's impression is), here's a clip of his musings on Cracker Jack:

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