20 infamous NYC late-night TV moments

Between Letterman's sex scandal and SNL's F-bomb, late night is interesting again. Here, a video history of notorious moments broadcast from NYC.


3. Chevy Chase appears as Gerald Ford on SNL, 1975

He looked nothing like Gerald Ford. Sounded nothing like Gerald Ford. Gerald Ford wasn't even particularly clumsy. But Chevy and SNL cemented the prez's rep, and the show's reputation as a definer of politicians—decades later, Tina Fey would win an Emmy for her Sarah Palin.

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