Late-night's best: Living like that, why didn't Osama bin Laden just shoot himself?
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Letterman: Well, did you enjoy the Osama bin Laden season finale?
Letterman: In the Osama bin Laden raid, the SEALs sent his image to a satellite facial-recognition system that said there was a 99.9% chance it was Bin Laden. Still, there's that .01% chance it was a ZZ Top guy.
Leno: President Obama says he won't release the Bin Laden death photos. So I guess we'll just have to wait for Donald Trump to force him to do that too.
Conan: The Obama White House has changed its mind and decided to release those Osama photos -- on a set of commemorative plates.
Conan: A bomb-sniffing German shepherd went with those SEALs to Bin Laden's. The dog says the mission was OK, but he was really hoping Bin Laden had a cat.
Conan: Osama bin Laden had $740 sewn into his clothes. Experts say his next plan was either to launch a major attack or rent a one-bedroom apartment in Chicago.
Leno: Reports say Bin Laden lived in that compound with nine women and 23 children. I'm surprised that wasn't a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Leno: Steve Jobs is furious over people saying his iPhone and iPads have secret tracking devices. Jobs says he knows who those people are and where they live.
Fallon: New York state passes a new law that allows same-sex conjugal visits for prisoners. I'm no expert, but isn't that pretty much what prison is?
Leno: Did you see the wind damage at the St. Louis airport? Wow! And the air traffic controllers slept through the whole thing.
Leno: The U.S. announces it's sending its most powerful drones to Libya. But that seems like a long trip for Joe Biden.
Fallon: Libya's Col. Kadafi is reported still in high spirits, although his compound was completely destroyed. Most people would be devastated. But here's the thing -- he's insane.
Fallon: Kate Middleton did her own makeup for the wedding. So except for the castle, the jewels, the limos, the mansions, the servants and the butlers, she's just like us.
Letterman: At least Bin Laden lived to see the Royal Wedding.
Letterman: CBS has downgraded Katie Couric from perky to peppy. She's stepping down as news anchor. Insiders tell me she was involved in dog fighting.
Fallon: Donald Trump hasn't voted in primaries for 20-plus years. Or in simpler terms, Trump hasn't voted in primary elections in over three wives.
Leno: For a while there a federal judge ended the NFL lockout, possibly clearing the way for the 2011 football season. Detroit Lions fans say they will appeal the decision.
Conan: Toyota officials have announced the company will start integrating Microsoft technology into its vehicles. It's perfect for the person who wants a car that crashes every 10 minutes.
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-- Andrew Malcolm
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Photos: Mario Tama / Getty Images (New Yorkers celebrate Bin Laden's demise); Larry Busacca /Getty Images (Donald and Melania Trump); Paul Sancya / Associated Press.