Found October 30, 2012 on The Roosevelts:
On Monday, October 29, 2012, late night talk shows had to decide whether to forge ahead and tape their shows or cancel, due to warnings being put out not to go outside and most transit systems being shut down in New York thanks to Hurricane Sandy. Both Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman decided to do their shows without an audience and made the best of the entire situation. You can view the openings and more for both Jimmy Fallon (link) and David Letterman (link) below. Watch the video here >>

Watch Imagine Dragons Perform “It’s Time” In Empty Jimmy Fallon ‘Late Night’ Studio

Thanks to Hurricane Sandy wreaking havoc on much of Manhattan Monday (October 29), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon taped yesterday’s show without an audience. It was eerie and absurd watching the host deliver punchlines punctuated with a few chuckles from the crew and a whole lot of crickets, and it was equally strange seeing a band perform in a silent room. But Imagine Dragons...

David Letterman Taped His Show With No Audience And It Is Weird

Hurricane Sandy caused the David Letterman show to be taped yesterday with no audience, and it kind of freaked me out. You have to hand it to Dave for being able to handle an entire show without some of that instant feedback that most entertainers need and feed off of. Check out the below clip of the opening monologue and you will see what I mean. Dave’s guest was Denzel Washington...
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