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Letterman Decides Late Shows Must Go On

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Letterman Decides Late Shows Must Go On

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David Letterman's production company, World Wide Pants, cut a deal with the Writers Guild of America on Friday that would allow The Late Show with David Letterman and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson to return to the air with their writers.

Bill Scheft, a writer for Letterman, tells Linda Wertheimer what he believes the agreement means for TV and film writers, who have been on strike for almost eight weeks.

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