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VIDEO: David Letterman & Jimmy Kimmel Share Laugh At Jay Leno's Expense

Mar. 17 2010, Published 10:08 a.m. ET

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David Letterman and talk show rival Jimmy Kimmel shared a laugh at Jay Leno's expense on The Late Show Tuesday, and has all the highlights.

Both men, you’ll remember, criticized Leno for his actions during the January shakeup at NBC -- and still seem to have plenty left to say about their late night colleague.

Kimmel, who did an entire show dressed up as Leno, said, "It's fun to be Jay -- it's easier. You should try it."

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Kimmel told Letterman that Leno called him after that show and told him he liked it, then invited him to do his 10 at 10 bit, where things took a turn for the ugly.

"He asked me 10 questions about nothing and I asked him 10 questions about him stealing Conan's job from him," Kimmel said.

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Letterman said the late night shakeup "was fun -- it was funny and nobody got hurt.

"The only people who got hurt was NBC," Letterman said. "They lost hundreds of millions of dollars. We don't care about NBC. I mean, Jay didn't get hurt, you didn't get hurt, Conan didn't get hurt, I certainly didn't get hurt and it was just a lot of fun."

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"I think Conan might disagree," Kimmel said.

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