I said my goodbyes to the crew earlier on, and I can't thank them enough. And really, the people who made this show are you. You came to this show that was, let's be honest, a bit of a fixer-upper, and... and it kind of stayed that way.
But it has, I think... what I hope we've done was... maybe art is a grand word, but what I was trying to do here, and what I think we've managed to do here, is make something that wasn't here before. So in that sense, maybe it is a piece of art. It didn't exist, and now it does. And now you'll be able to find it forever on Youtube
. ...no, sorry! What I meant to say was the CBS website.
The people that have come on this show and the people that have worked on this show has been fantastic. The reaction from people, and the guests, and the technicians - well, one technician
- and the staff that work here at CBS has been great. And really, this show belongs to you. It belongs to you, and I hope you keep it, because I'm done with it.
And I really mean this - I want to make this clear, as much for my own benefit as anybody's, that I'm not retiring. I'm stopping doing this. I'm not stopping doing "it." I'll still do it to you. I might do it a little bit earlier! I might do it in a different place!