In what might be the peak of the impeached former Ililnois governor's media whirlwind, Rod Blagojevich appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman. He walked out towards Letterman to the tune of "My Way" (video) and Letterman wasted no time:

Letterman: "Why exactly are you here, honest to God?

Blagojevich: "Well, you know, I've been wanting to be on your show in the worst way for the longest time."

Letterman: "Well, you're on in the worst way, believe me." (audience laughs, applauds)

Blagojevich: "I sure am."

Letterman: "There's no getting around that."

Blagojevich: "Well, I figured I had to get impeached and thrown out of office to get the chance to get invited by you."

We bet Letterman is hoping former Governor Spitzer is taking note, in case the ol' Steamroller wants to make the media rounds. Anyway, Letterman offered this assessment, "I'm not a pundit or an expert, but I saw you - I saw you on 'The View,' I saw you on the Rachel Maddow Show, I saw you on the Today Show, I saw you, I think, every other show that is in production currently," (audience laughs) "and the more you talked and the more you repeated your innocence, the more I said to myself, 'Oh, this guy is guilty.'"

Blago did win some points, saying, after some of the wiretapped conversations were played, "I was afraid you were gonna have some of those other tapes, where I sound like Christian Bale."