How did the late-night TV shows decide what was funny about Monday night’s final presidential debate in time for their Tuesday afternoon tapings?
Head writers from Letterman, Fallon, Daily Show and Colbert shared their comedic processes and quick turnarounds in a panel for the New York Television Festival.
Learn: WHAT THEY DID, AND WHAT ACTUALLY AIRED

How did the late-night TV shows decide what was funny about Monday night’s final presidential debate in time for their Tuesday afternoon tapings?

Head writers from Letterman, Fallon, Daily Show and Colbert shared their comedic processes and quick turnarounds in a panel for the New York Television Festival.

Learn: WHAT THEY DID, AND WHAT ACTUALLY AIRED

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