Late-night's best: Obama's campaign, Yogi Bear, Glenn Beck's bye-bye and Kelly Ripa's waxing
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Here's the usual Monday morning collection (except it's on Tuesday this week):
Fallon: New study says families with two daughters are the happiest. Unless, of course, their dad currently has a 42% approval rating.
Leno: President Obama says he misses being anonymous. He should be careful what he wishes for -- 2012 is just around the corner.
SNL: Pittsburgh police say prostitutes there are now taking credit cards. So, on the one hand a sad, desperate sexual encounter at night. On the other hand, airline miles.
Fallon: New York lawmakers are deciding if corn should be the official state vegetable. Because....
Fallon: New rumors that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have now adopted a child from Tunisia. So only two more countries to go!
Letterman: New York City like the whole country is in such bad financial shape they laid off the pest control workers. I know what you're saying, New York City has pest control workers?
Letterman: This possible government shutdown was so serious Obama thought he'd have to suspend all three wars.
Fallon: If the government had shut down, the White House was planning to lay off non-essential staff -- interns, pages, Biden.
Conan: I was kind of hoping for that government shutdown: That means the national parks would be closed. So there could be no sequel to that Yogi Bear movie.
Leno: Hard to believe that just two weeks ago people in Washington were making jokes about shutting down the government in Libya.
Fallon: The White House says Obama won't be fully campaigning for a long time. Yeah, he wants to wait a year or two before getting serious, like he did with being president.
SNL: So at the last minute President Obama and congressional leaders reached a deal on the federal budget, averting a shutdown at the last moment. Kind of the same way I pay my cable bill.
Leno: Those pilots who had a hole burst in the top of plane were so cool. They made a smooth emergency landing without waking up the air traffic controllers.
Conan: Starbucks' CEO says he'll expand his coffee shops into a grocery business. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to buy a four dollar tomato.
Leno: An to Denver flight had a sudden warning light. The pilot managed to turn around and return to the field. That’s when you know it’s a really dangerous situation --when Oakland is safer.
Fallon: Fox adds new shows to appeal to growing Latino population. My favorite is abt that doctor with a cane who plays by his own rules –- ‘Casa.’
Leno: Tough break from new research. It seems human happiness peaks in the 80s. Unfortunately, most of us die in our 70s.
Leno: According to a survey, 10% of women feel sad after sex and 90% of men are unaware because they’re in the kitchen making a sandwich.
SNL: It was reported that Kate Middleton will have six hairstylists helping her on her wedding day. And if I understand the role of princess correctly, all of those stylists will be cartoon bluebirds.
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-- Andrew Malcolm
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