Michael Richards appeared via satellite on The Late Show with David Letterman last night in an effort to apologize for his on stage N word laden tirade after being heckled at a recent Laugh Factory appearance. Here's a YouTube clip for anyone who missed it and wants to watch Richards in a cringe worthy uncomfortable moment, try to convince everyone he "is not a racist." Pathetic. The only line he forgot to throw out there during last night's apology was, "I swear! Some of my best friends are black!" I don't care what he says, how angry he claims to have been ... when you allow words and thoughts like that to go through your brain, let alone come out your mouth over and over and over again as Richards did that night, you are an idiot racist. Equally uncomfortable was when poor Jerry Seinfeld, who was only trying to do good, was forced to reprimand the laughing audience members by pleading, "stop laughing, it's not funny," in the middle of the apology. It appears some of the audience had no idea about the scandal that occured with Richards, or, just found giggles with the fact that he kept using the term "Afro-American."