It Doesn’t Matter If Albert Brooks Completely Lies About His Stories on Letterman, They’re Still Great

In sort of a revolutionary move in the history of late night panel guests, Albert Brooks first pulled the curtain back during his appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman revealing that segments are produced. Then, he admitted that all the stories he was about to tell, conveniently outlined on cards in front of Letterman, were all fabricated.

None of that really mattered, as it was all still really damn funny. Here’s Brooks’ Walmart gun and Amazon stories.