Another day, another milestone.
Leno: "You can see who is faster, Shaquille O'Neal or Cameron Diaz."
NBC's late-night chief, Rick Ludwin, admitted that proclamation was "premature."
Cheechakos and sourdoughs, continued.
'Letterman' topped the 'Tonight Show' in total viewers over the past two weeks — the first time that's happened since 1998.
People are turning away from the 'Tonight Show' in droves.
Since he took over last month, the median age of 'Tonight Show' viewers has fallen by ten years. (Because old people stopped watching.)
He might be nearing the point of overexposure, but we couldn't help but laugh.
For the first time since 2005, Dave beat the 'Tonight Show' in total viewers last week. Still not among key demographics, though.
It's his first appearance on the new 'Tonight Show.'
Because now Gwyneth does everything that previously required the handling of experts.
Not only is he beating Conan in overall ratings, he's also closing the gap in viewership among the people advertisers care about.
As expected, Letterman's more-famous guests helped him outdraw Conan for the second time this week.
This can't be good for NBC.
A look at the upcoming lineups for both shows certainly seems to indicate as much!
Unless we're mistaken, three incidents in a short time span definitely indicates a trend.
Also, Lancôme is trying to appeal to men.
Zucker on Nikki Finke: "I don't know who that is."