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.
After Letterman's victory on Tuesday night, Conan rebounded.
This can't be good for NBC.
A look at the upcoming lineups for both shows certainly seems to indicate as much!
His first-night results are in.
As expected, Letterman addressed this week's 'Tonight Show' handoff in his monologue.
If you're like us, you can only record two things at once. So which show loses?
Edie Falco! 'Away We Go'! Doug Benson and Paul F. Tompkins! Emphasitis! And more!
Everyone is entitled to his opinion (we suppose).
We've heard more probing questions coming from the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.
You make the call!
But according to Leno, he's not entirely opposed to using their famed rivalry for ratings gains.
Someone's on Team Aniston!
Will this help Dave forget the sting of John McCain's snub?
Wayne did Letterman's top-ten list last night. Then Paul Shaffer played "Lollipop."
ABC is reportedly in talks to move Jimmy Kimmel Live! to 11:35 p.m.
So, what happened on 'Conan' last night? How did Letterman respond?
Can anyone explain to us why Letterman did the exact same jokes in his monologues two nights in a row?
Plus: The Golden Globes go Bushless!
Today, writers for The Late Show With David Letterman return to work. Sam Saltz, former Late Show writer, walks us through a (typically bizarre) day in the life.
After a two-month absence thanks to the prolonged writers' strike, the network late shows return tonight, Letterman and Ferguson with their full writing staffs and Leno, Conan, and Kimmel with only their wits and/or Kevin Eubanks.
Can Letterman make up his long-standing ratings deficit when he can offer monologues and Top Ten lists while his competitor, presumably, can only offer an hour of Jaywalking?