When David Letterman's company drew up the rules and regs for interns, who knew a double entendre of epic proportions would eventually surface?
TMZ has obtained the "Late Show" Intern Packet from 2002. In the "Welcome" packet, Worldwide Pants explains, "Things might seem overwhelming at first. There are many names, faces and departments you'll need to know. If you get confused, ask questions, no one here bites."
"...no one here bites."
And this is a little cheesy: "LATE SHOW t-shirts, sweatshirts and caps are not easily accessible. Please don't assume that because you are part of the show, you are entitled to them. Things will come to you in time; be patient."
By the way, in 2002, Stephanie Birkitt was already Dave's assistant.