Moonves: Didn't Offer Neil Patrick Harris Late Show

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May 15 (Bloomberg) -- CBS Corp. President and CEO Les Moonves comments on the reports that Neil Patrick Harris was considered to replace David Letterman as late-night talk show host. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

You offered him the job first.

It is not exactly true.

He has been a member of his family.

He was on "how i met your mother for nine years.

I just saw him in his play and he is amazing.

He is part of the family and we are very close.

My wife and my son know his family very well.

Afternoon was done, we said, what do you want to do?

What are the possibilities?

Do you want to do a new series?

1230 might be open.

What do you think about that was to mark it was a general topic.

He was not offered it.

Casual conversation.

I saw him two weeks ago at his play.

It was terrific.

My wife and i went backstage.

We would love to have him back in the family in any way he wants to do it.

He could do another comedy.

Who knows?

He will be my friend for the

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