Could David Letterman have said his last mean joke at Jay Leno's expense on "Late Show" (Weeknights, 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS)? It seems unlikely, but during a Twitter joke segment -- Letterman was sending out a joke Tweet to all his fellow late night talk show hosts -- he declared a truce with Leno.
"I've decided I'm declaring a truce," Letterman said of his ongoing feud with Leno. "I'm burying the hatchet. I like all of these guys ... So now I'm calling for an end to this, because we've all become brothers."
As for the jokes and why he said such terrible things about Leno, Letterman said, "it's just fun."
Could the feud between the two that's dated back two decades to when the pair fought over Johnny Carson's late night throne on "The Tonight Show" be over? Has Letterman's bitterness finally come to an end? Time will tell.
Catch "Late Show With David Letterman" weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.
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