K.c. Blumm
May 19, 2015 09:50 PM

When it comes to Bill Murray, always expect the unexpected.

The actor didn’t disappoint when he appeared as David Letterman‘s final guest on Tuesday’s Late Show.

Murray – who was the first-ever guest on Letterman’s Late Night show on NBC in 1982, and repeated the honors when the Late Show moved to CBS in 1993 – jumped out of a giant cake emblazoned with the words “Goodbye Dave” in his last appearance on the show.

Wearing overalls and goggles and covered in cream, he embraced Letterman (who ends his 33-year talk show run on Wednesday), rubbing his messy hands in the 68-year-old’s hair, fist-bumping with musical director Paul Shaffer and then venturing into the audience to lock lips with a woman.

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