Sports broadcaster Marv Albert has been a long-running guest on "The Late Show with David Letterman." In fact, he's made 126 appearances over the years, coming on to hand out his "Albert Achievement Awards," which honor the best bloopers and outtakes from around the sports world.
That's a lot of bloopers. And, in his last appearance on the show, Albert gifts Letterman with a hall of fame, so to speak -- the best sports bloopers on video.
Before getting into the segment, though, Albert and Letterman reflect on their long history, with Letterman marveling at Albert's track record of appearances. Albert, meanwhile, claims he just happened to be in the right place at the right time when Letterman wanted to do a sports goof segment.
The entire segment is worth watching:
Expect more iconic appearances to come the next four months, as David Letterman gradually bids farewell to the show he has hosted since 1993, when he came over from NBC's "Late Night."
Letterman is ending is 32-year run on late-night television on May 20. Comedian Stephen Colbert has been tabbed as Letterman's successor.