Late-night's best: Libya, Libya, Zuckerberg and Libya
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Here's the usual Monday morning collection:
Leno: Do you believe we're fighting three wars now? Can you imagine how many it would be if President Obama hadn't won the Nobel Peace Prize?
Letterman: Let’s see, we’ve got a war going in Iraq. And a war going in Afghanistan. Now a war in Libya. My God, you need brackets to track this stuff.
Letterman: Pentagon says we’ll be out of Libya in a couple of weeks. That’s good enough for me. Let me translate that for you: 10-year quagmire.
Leno: The Pentagon says we have a definite end date for the Libya war. Do you believe that? We still have troops in Germany and that’s, what, 65 years?
Leno: The Pentagon says that U.S. military involvement in Libya is limited with a defined end date. Yeah, it'll end when gas drops below $3 a gallon.
Conan: The first day of airstrikes against Libya cost more than $100 million. To put it....
Fallon: President Obama cut his Latin America trip short by a few hours because of Libya. So to those saying Obama doesn’t care about Libya, you're wrong. He cares three hours worth.
Letterman: So, we've got a war going in Iraq, war going in Afghanistan, now a war going in Libya. You've heard of theater of war? Well, this is a multiplex!
Leno: President Obama promises aid to help Libyans achieve their economic dreams. And if it works over there, he may try it back here.
Conan: They announced the official name of the U.S. military action in Libya. It’s called “Odyssey Dawn.” This is the first U.S. military action ever to be named by Crabtree & Evelyn.
Letterman: In Libya they had air raids and they went in with fighters and missiles and the bombers. They destroyed Kadafi's tent. I mean, afterward, it looked like a Charlie Sheen hotel room.
Leno: Actually, it seems right now we know more about President Obama's NCAA picks than we do about his Libya plan.
Fallon: Everyone’s following March Madness. But we've had no games for days. It’s so boring that President Obama says he actually wants to focus on Libya and Japan.
Conan: At a news conference with President Obama, the president of Chile said, “I think the first lady of the U.S. is very good-looking.” So now, we're also at war with Chile.
Leno: I don’t want to say President Obama is slow to react, but down in Chile this week he offered to help rescue those trapped miners.
Conan: Some Boston nuns are suing the archdiocese to get their pension funds. As someone who was once taught by Boston nuns, I say -- GIVE THEM WHATEVER THEY WANT!
Conan: Tiger Woods has a new girlfriend, and she’s 22 years old. Friends describe her as "outgoing" and "not someone who follows the news."
Fallon: Have you noticed? Mark Zuckerberg changed his Facebook relationship status to "in a relationship." And that girl just changed her relationship status to "cha-ching!"
Conan: There was an essay question on this year's SAT test asking students to write about reality television. In a related story, China has won.
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-- Andrew Malcolm
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Photos: Goran Tomasevic / Reuters (impatient commuter in Benghazi); Pablo Martinez Monsivais / Associated Press (Obama toast in Chile); ABC-TV.