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Before David Letterman was host of the Late Show, the venerable entertainer rans things at NBC’s Late Night. To commemorate Letterman’s retirement, current Late Night host Seth Meyers recreated the show’s opening from 1982.

“We went out to the same streets, the same buildings and reshot the opening. The thing we realized — the biggest difference between 1982 New York City and now, today New York City, so many fewer pornography theaters,” Meyers said after the segment aired. “It’s so sad because people still brign families here for vacation. I don’t know where they go anymore.” Watch below; the original can be found here.

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