All new, all Danny, this Saturday night on Maine's only late night talk show.

Last Saturday night, Dan's dad, Jack Cashman stopped by for a chat. He has had a lengthy career as a small business owner, an elected official, a government official, and a consultant. He returns to The Nite Show as an author. His latest book is "American Valor."

Dorian Liberatore was named the Volunteer of the Year this year by United Way of Eastern Maine. He earned the honors at the young age of 7-years-old. Check out his inspiring story!

Is Dan a DIY guy?. Find out if can he install a heat pump by himself. The answer of course, is hell no, but they gang at Dave's World gave a hand anyway.

This Saturday night, one of the OG members of the writing team for SNL, the great, Al Franken makes his first appearance on The Nite Show. Franken stayed with the NBC late night institution for years, later becoming best known for his self-help character Stuart Smalley. Franken is also a former US Senator and currently the host of "The Al Franken Podcast." He joins The Nite Show to talk about SNL, comedy, and his connections to Maine.

John Davidson returns to The Nite Show to host their local parody of Hollywood Squares: "Pandemic Maine Squares" Davidson presides over the virtual game with Dan & Christie as contestants, and 9 very familiar faces in Maine occupying the Zoom "squares." Some cameos include: Gov. Janet Mills, Maine humorist Tim Sample, "Box of Oddities" hosts Jethro & Kat, and Dr. Nirav Shah.

You can catch The Nite Show with Danny Cashman every Saturday night in Bangor at 11:30 on WABI-TV5. Saturday nights in Portland at 10:30 on WPFO, FOX 23, and 1 a.m. on WGME CBS 13, and in Presque Isle on Saturday nights at midnight on WAGM FOX 8.

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