Top Moments: Conan's Triumphant Reunion and a Pleasurable Horror Story

Our top moments of the week: 12. Tastiest Defense: How do you know when your airline passenger is done? You stick a fork in him, naturally. Or at least, that's what Maggie does on Pan Am when a male first-class flyer (and first-class sleazebag) tries to feel her up and pull into the bathroom. It's about 50 years later, but we'd still stab someone with a fork if they pulled that crap with us. 11. The Edge of Sanity Award: Susan deals with her immense guilt over helping to hide Carlos' murder on Desperate Housewives the only way she knows how...

'Ides of March's' Evan Rachel Wood Performs Justin Bieber Song on 'Late Night' (Video)

Evan Rachel Wood,  who has already told the press how much of a Belieber she is, brought her love for  Justin Bieber  to another level when she stopped by  Late Night with Jimmy Fallon  on Wednesday. The  Ides of March  actress sat down with Fallon and spoke about her upcoming film, which opens this Friday. Wood also talked about dancing in a club in Paris when someone ran into her and “knocked out my front teeth.” Fallon asks her about her co-star  George Clooney , who is known for being a prankster. Wood tells a story about how Clooney would be talking to  Ryan Gosling , and then discreetly spray Gosling’s crotch with a water spray bottle so his pants would be wet in the next scene. Read More...

Conan O'Brien Stops by 'Late Night' to Pick Up Something He Left Behind (VIDEO)

In a surprise visit, Conan O'Brien stopped by his old studio during the taping of 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). He took a moment to shoot the breeze with Jimmy Fallon , and even had a few kind words for Max -- Actually, he mistook Questlove for Max, but these things happen, right? Really, he admitted he was there because he'd forgotten to take something with him when he left the studios for greener pastures. "You were here for 16 years," Fallon marveled at one point. "And then what happened?"

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Amazing “Since U Been Gone” Rendition on Jimmy Fallon

On September 27, Jimmy Fallon challenged JGL to a karaoke-off in the style of Axl Rose. His performance of Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone” is one of karaoke’s finest moments.

Matthew Morrison Challenges Jonah Hill to a Showdown on Jimmy Fallon

Days after Jonah Hill called out Matthew Morrison (Will) for bullying him during a guest appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the Glee teach struck back — with a rebuttal video, which Jimmy aired Monday night.Jonah originally complained that Matthew was using him as the butt of jokes at several Hollywood parties. The comedian — who is currently starring in Moneyball alongside Brad Pitt — of course, quipped that he'd like to see Matthew sing his way out of a throw down...

Matthew Morrison Responds to Jonah Hill Calling Him Out on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

It looks like this weird beef that's erupted between Jonah Hill and Matthew Morrison isn't done yet. Hill first brought it up on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), talking about how Morrison apparently used his name as the punchline of a joke. He then turned to the camera and called Morrison out, threatening him to come and face him. Well, on Monday night's show, 'Late Night' got a response tape from Morrison on the set of 'Glee.' "Jonah, pick a date and I will meet you on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' and we will settle this like men," he said angrily. "Because nobody messes with someone from musical theater!" At this, he started dancing around gleefully.

Jonah Hill and Whitney Cummings Fight, Throw Water on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Things got a little out of hand between Jonah Hill and Whitney Cummings on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), though Jimmy Fallon has a theory as to why Hill got so angry with Cummings. First of all, she was rubbing it in that her boyfriend was his boss, though in actuality he's a co-creator on the new FOX comedy 'Allen Gregory' with Hill. When Hill was getting worked up -- jokingly, of course -- Fallon and Cummings tried to keep it cool. But then he knocked his cup of water off the couch, splashing some water on Cummings' dress. He immediately apologized, but Fallon started shouting that he needed to stop losing weight. "It is making you angry!" he declared.

Ricky Gervais Stops by 'Late Night,' Critiques Fallon's Monologue (VIDEO)

Ricky Gervais wasn't a scheduled guest on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), but apparently he was having trouble sleeping since he hadn't plugged anything that day. So he stopped by briefly to have Jimmy Fallon hold his book. But as Fallon went into his monologue, which is a part of the show that still seems to be struggling to really come together, Gervais lingered at the back of the stage. After a particularly awkward joke bombed, Gervais came running forward, apologizing for interrupting. "You know, they come out, they park their cars," he said of the audience. They're making an effort, he's saying, so Fallon really needs to as well. "You didn't write it ... but do it like you were clever enough to come up with this joke yourself."

Cameron Crowe Reveals Lost Footage of Eddie Vedder and Kurt Cobain Together (VIDEO)

'Pearl Jam Twenty' is an upcoming film by the band being directed by Cameron Crowe. While digging through the video archives, he found a bit of footage that surprised and delighted him, confirming a story that had become a bit of an urban legend. He brought the proof to 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). As background, Crowe said, "I think the musicians all knew each other, but Kurt and Eddie Vedder had a little bit of a back and forth thing going on in the press. They also were friends on the side." The footage he found was from the 1992 Video Music Awards, and showed a candid and somewhat odd moment of warmth the two men shared.

Nick Swardson and Jimmy Fallon Debut Their New Performance Group (VIDEO)

Just in case the whole television thing doesn't work out for Nick Swardson or Jimmy Fallon , they've developed a fall-back act on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC). With their glow-in-the-dark costumes and strange performance, they looked ready to take 'America's Got Talent' by storm. All they have to do is take turns delivering awkward raps that tell stories. While one guy raps, the other has to act out the stories and to make sure it's as awesome as it can be, make sure the other guy has no idea what you're going to say next. It worked pretty well for a first run, thought the audience was rightly confused by what they were seeing. What did the costumes have to do with the act? Why was Fallon so stiff while delivering the lyrics. Where were the glow-in-the-dark props?