Get him, Dave!

Even after months of relentless taunting, Dr. Phil McGraw has agreed to appear on the “Late Show” with David Letterman on Monday.
Since last fall when the mega-hit “tough-love” talk show “Dr. Phil” debuted, Letterman has been poking fun at McGraw almost nightly.
The running gag features one-line sound bites taken out of context from the “Dr. Phil” show that the gap-toothed comic likes to call “Dr. Phil’s Words of Wisdom.”
The “Late Show” segments which have aired more than 50 times include Dr. Philisms like: “I wanna be Miss America.”; “You’re fat, stupid, and a pig.”; “I’m a drunk pimp.” And “Don’t think you don’t know what you don’t know, only you know what you don’t know.”
McGraw was not available yesterday to answer questions about why he’d changed his mind.
McGraw and his “tough-love” therapy began as a regular feature on the “Oprah Winfrey Show.”
And Winfrey herself has long been the target of a long-running Letterman gag-campaign to be invited as a guest on her show.