Letterman asks Christopher Walken if he's nuts (1995)

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nicholas blicharski : it's odd how the world works. The most normal, unpretentious, down to earth people are called crazy or nuts.

6 String Fan : He's an oddity and he knows it.....But I love this guy.... His skits on SNL were absolutely hysterical!

Daniel Castellammare : his composure and posture and etiquette is so unique. I love it.

NocturneKing : Christopher Walken is the man

Belin Gonza : King of NYC - True Romance

Costa Michailidis : The further we get from the 90s, the more they look like the 80s.

Savage Mister : 0:18 Christopher Walken 0:31 Christopher sittin

Francisco Sanchez : The Nostalgia Critic put it best... "Christopher Walken is like an alien on vacations"

Mike S : I know (well, not the "crush" part, as I'm a heterosexual dude). It's hard to describe, but whatever Christopher has, it's always captivating.

Helium Road : 1:50 that face. Gotta wonder what happened to that kid he fought when he was 7...probably not a happy ending.

itkojecockot : Chris Walken is a legend..... simple as that

Porch Fyre : Did anyone else notice the band playing Fats Domino's "i'm Walking" during Christopher Walken's intro lol?

Doug Whole : no cocaine was involved in this appearance.

Alienart : Sorry, but I find Letterman excruciating sometimes, the archetypal clueless disrespectful host trying to be funny.

Kelly Cannon : People who call Dave an asshole really just don't get his show. His whole shtick in the beginning was to poke holes in the idea of celebrity and the whole idea of what was "acceptable" on a talk show. Most of his guests loved him - Cher famously called him an asshole, and then became one of his dearest friends.

Max Pankau : SHUT UP DAVE

TommyTwobats : His hair always looks 15-20 degrees not quite right compass.

Noel Down : I never understood this thing with promoting a movie but never getting asked about it by the host.

doodahman101 : I'll watch any movie Walken is in just because he's in it. Very few actors I can say that about. Maybe Hoffman and Pacino too. But Walken, he has this quirkiness that I just love to watch.

J Ward : CW is just a good guy. Like a neighborhood guy you grew up with and always liked but you never see anymore.

Brad Dietz : Walken always great, still. Letterman back when he had that irreverent offbeat edge. Good times.

Alexis : he's fantastic

DayJ 87 : Doesn't drive? Guess that's why he's Walken! Why wasn't this joke made? Cmmon letterman!!

Pudepaj : I thought it said ''Letterman asks Christopher Walken if he nuts''. I'm dissapointed

Brian Dorn : Letterman's compass ain't quite right either.

faffaflunkie : More *Cowbell.*

david lucas : WHY DOES DAVE START JACKING OFF AT 5'50

Menace Man : Why all the Letterman hate? Walken seemed to enjoy the interview...

TheUndergroundHipHopArtistKnownAsScienceFriction : Anybody that's not jumping around like a moronic Jim Carrey is mentally ill according to Letterman

Larry Webb : Christopher Walken = Johnny Depp on steroids

migol1984 : man, it's gotta be cool being an actor. fml

Mark Younger : Kind of ironic that he does a song from West Side Story. As you recall, it starred Natalie Wood. Christopher Walken was on the boat the night Natalie died and some believe he may have been involved with Robert Wagner in her murder. Strange choice of songs!

Kathleen Bergeron : Anybody else notice that Paul and the band played the old Fats Domino song, "I'm walking'"? (Walden) Ha!

Rory O'Flaherty : Christopher Walken is a wonderful actor in my opinion. Granted his voice makes him stand out, but further than that (as David points out) he really has the ability to put you on edge. With a turn of phrase or just a stare he can make you terrified of what goes on in that mind of his.

GrandFunalley Media : Ugh.. they intro Chris with Fat's Domino, "I'm Walking."

The Dank Knight : omg this is from 95? it looks like its from 75

Tim Law : I can never understand why people do not get Letterman (or Carson for that matter). He is simply a midwesterner bemused by Hollywood and its attendant foibles. That's it and it rings true.

MrSloika : He's got an old school NYC accent.

Kamakiri Sassorichan : Letterman is so full of himself. He really should set up a whole bunch of mirrors and just interview himself over and over and over . . . then he could laugh at his own pathetic jokes all day long and be the unfunny boor he's always been. He constantly interrupts his guests and interjects himself in a bad way, the antithesis of his self-professed idol, Johnny Carson. Too bad Letterman just studied Carson in order to find shortcuts in how to make himself look good and skipped all the respect and genuine interest Carson had in all his guests . . . Letterman has always had just one schtick, viz. Letterman, and all you have to do is see one show and you've seen every Letterman show ever made. Pathetic. He really displays his ignorance and ill-breeding in front of class acts like Christopher Walken . . . Letterman is just whole universes out of his league.

slimturnpike : Letterman kinda blows this one

TommyBhoy 67 : How did letterman ever become a tv host? he is terrible and never funny or maybe it's just that weird humour americans have because of there strick tv rules back then and now a suppose 🤔

ironpirites : Walken is one of those people who is more interesting than the roles he plays. I think it's hard for those people to find roles that really tap into what they have to give. Loved him in Dogs of War.

tisdue : Miss ya, Dave.

TTuoTT : I cant believe how ridiculously rude the moderator guy is

Martha Todd Stephens : his real name is Ronald!

Roy Carey : if you find letterman funny, your probably a very corny person. hes never made me laugh once

Robert James : Letterman is and always was a douche. He's simply not funny. He doesn't even listen to his guests.

Byron Buxton : Like poking a tiger through the bars only to find out the gate is unlocked!

dmace81 - : Damn does the HD TV stuff make this look way more dated than it is.

Cerph : They're both great.