The Letterman monologue and desk set. This one includes the line: "If you were his wife, wouldn't you be on the next train out of here? Just: adios, get the kid, take a hike." The end of the clip is a serious criticism of Spitzer for holding onto the office of governor for purpose of negotiating a better legal position for himself. "Do that on your own time! Go down to the Mayflower Hotel and figure that out there."
More demands for resignation. "What's he doing up there? He's in the governor's mansion. He's hanging around up there. We're paying his rent... while he's, you know, banging whores." Letterman is corrected: Spitzer is in NYC, in his own apartment. "Well, then, by all means, governor, take all the time you need." Letterman is hilarious in this clip, repeating the phrase "banging whores," and stressing the hypocrisy of running for office on the platform "If you break the law, we will kill you" and then... banging whores.
And here's the Top 10 Messages Left on Eliot Spitzer's Answer Machine. "Hi, I'm calling from the New York Post. Would you rather be known as disgraced governor perv or humiliated whore fiend."