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“My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman” marks the return of the former late-night king, even if it’s only for one hour a month. The country’s ongoing love affair with the comic explains the impressive lineup, with Barack Obama in the leadoff position. Future guests include George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai and Howard Stern.

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Happy meals

Stream “Somebody Feed Phil” on an empty stomach at your own risk. Phil Rosenthal, co-creator of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” continues the culinary journey he started on PBS, bringing his good-natured shtick to restaurants around the world. His visit to New Orleans includes a chance to break bread with native Minnesotan Brett Anderson, food critic for the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

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All by myself

Sarah Jessica Parker’s star may have faded with the end of “Sex and the City” on HBO, but she’s delightful as the Bizarro version of Carrie Bradshaw in “Divorce,” which returns for its second season. Her somewhat amicable split with Droopy Dog impressionist Thomas Haden Church doesn’t mean she’s not in desperate need of cosmopolitans, a thirst the actress mines for relatable laughs.

9 p.m. Sunday, HBO

Neal Justin