ripert Booked!No need to channel-surf! Here’s a list of notables on late night tonight. We’ll post each weekday, for your convenience!

The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS, 11:30pm): Quentin Tarantino, Robert Cray, chef Eric Ripert.

The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (NBC, 11:35pm): Gordon Ramsey, BJ Novak, musical guest Willard Wigan.

Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC, 12:05am): Larry King, Marisa Miller, musical guest Chester French.

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC, 12:35am): Jon Hamm, Hugh Dancy, musical guest Kitty, Daisy & Lewis.

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (CBS, 12:35am): Eric Bana, Holly Williams.

Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC, 1:35am): No New Episode.

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central, 11:00pm): Jeff Sharlet.

The Colbert Report (Comedy Central, 11:30pm): Mark Johnson.

Chelsea Lately (E!, 11:00pm): Jeff Lewis, Ross Matthews, comedians Chris Franjola and Whitney Cummings.

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