All the late night fighting has really gotten interesting. Although, I find I'm watching Conan and missing some of Letterman because of it (after all, Conan only has another show to go before it's all over).
Well, I tuned in to Letterman during a commercial on The Tonight Show, and Dave was telling Harrison Ford how nice it was to sign autographs for the fans waiting to get into the show. Ford had an uncomfortable look on his face (but really, when doesn't he?) He then said, after a bit of a pause "Well...you have that camera out there that films me as I show up. What am I supposed to do? If I don't sign I look like a jerk."
As the crowd laughed Letterman said something like "So, you're saying if the cameras weren't there, you wouldn't have signed?"
Another pause, followed by Ford saying "No!"
He then talked about walking over to sign for a kid, only to find it's a 45-year-old guy in a boy suit. That didn't make much sense but was funny. Ford then said "They're just autograph merchants. That's what they are. They make money off you and I signing things for them."
Letterman laughed and said "Not me."
Ford seemed confused by this, and Letterman joked about his autograph not being worth anything.
They then moved on to the usual BS of promoting the latest film.