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Late night TV almost back in business (Fallon: 'Last night's audience was the worst')

Comedian Jimmy Fallon arrives at the 64th Primetime

Comedian Jimmy Fallon arrives at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. (Sept. 23, 2012) Credit: AP Photo

And just like that, late night TV is back in business, or at least back in front of audiences. Both "The Daily Show" and "Colbert Report" are expected to'tape a bit later this afternoon. 

Meanwhile, both Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel taped before live audiences Tuesday while David Letterman continued to fly solo. He said last night, "I felt like Clint Eastwood — an old guy talking to empty chairs." Meanwhile, Jimmy Kimmel observed that Monday night's audience was the "worst." Of course there was no audience.

Letterman, by the way, will be on Kimmel tonight. No word just yet on when Dave will get a studio audience back into the Ed Sullivan Theater.

Some highlight's from last night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and "Late Night:"


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