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Letterman Wears the Pants in WGA Strike

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Nice save, Dave: Because David Letterman owns his own show (and Craig Ferguson's show that airs after The Late Show), through his Worldwide Pants production company, he's been able to negotiate a deal to return to the airwaves with writers and without screwing up their network strike. Top 10 lists are safe for now.

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