Did Denis Leary Say Too Much About the 'Rescue Me' Finale on 'Late Night'? (VIDEO)

Denis Leary was talking about the emotions behind the final day of shooting for 'Rescue Me' on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), when he may have inadvertently let loose with a hint about the series finale. !!!POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT!!! "The final scene that we shot, without giving anything away, is a funeral scene," he said. That this scene exists has been seen already in previews for the finale, airing Wednesday at 10PM ET on FX. It's the next line that may be telling. Leary concluded his thought, "I was off-camera that day." Read into it what you will, but it could be a hint that Tommy Gavin may not survive the series. Or it could just be that he didn't go to this particular funeral for whatever reason, or that maybe they just scheduled shooting so that Leary wouldn't have to be in front of the camera on the last day of shooting.

Deena on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Deena dishes on her exciting VMA experience and more on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

Al Roker and Jimmy Fallon Play Pictionary and Do 'The Sprinkler' (VIDEO)

Al Roker is better at Pictionary than Jimmy Fallon. The pair teamed up with two women from the audience on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:30AM ET on NBC) for their epic duel, where we also learned that Fallon can't draw a sprinkler. After finding out what he was trying to draw, Roker suggested he do the motion of a lawn sprinkler. "I know, I could have done that," Fallon agreed, before realizing, "It's a dance!" The pair then proceeded to to 'the sprinkler,' but the fun would only last a minute. The winning phrase was 'Dressed to Kill,' which was a pretty tough one. Despite following Jimmy's lead through much of the round, it was Roker who pulled out the phrase with some solid drawing by his partner.

Amy Sedaris Models Weekender Pants and Goes Crazy on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Amy Sedaris pulled on a pair of Weekender pants and all bets were off on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:30AM ET on NBC). What happened next genuinely defies description, as she displayed moves and flexibility that had Jimmy Fallon falling off his chair with laughter. Even comedian Will Forte, on the couch, had no idea how to react or what to do. Everything felt so completely in appropriate, and yet it really wasn't. What Sedaris was doing, though, was showing us the stretch, comfort and versatility of the pants. "These work because they have an inside pant," she said striking a pose. "You know what I mean? So you wear them all weekend."

JWOWW: The Situation's "So Creepy"

JWOWW dishes to Jimmy Fallon about The Situation, acting, and Sammi and Ronnie's relationship.

Emma Stone and Jimmy Fallon in 'Ew!' on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Emma Stone may be Hollywood's next big thing, but that doesn't mean she's too good for a small screen role, as she demonstrated last night while visiting 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights, 12.35AM ET on NBC). Stone informed Fallon that her current favorite show is called 'Ew!' on Teen Nick -- don't worry if you haven't heard of it, there's a very good reason for that ...

Snooki Talks Wrestling and Hooking Up with The Situation on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

You've got to give Jimmy Fallon props; he can do a fairly good impersonation of someone who cares about what Snooki has to say -- someone hand that man an Emmy! The pint-sized 'Jersey Shore' star stopped by 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights, 12:35AM ET on NBC) to talk (sort of) about her recent WWE wrestling appearance and rumors of a hook up with her co-star, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.

Katie Holmes Demonstrates How to Dance in Your Car on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Who knew that Katie Holmes was such a dancing queen? While paying a visit to 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights, 12.35AM ET on NBC), the woman also known as Mrs. Cruise revealed that not only will she be guest-judging the 'So You Think You Can Dance' finale on Wednesday night, she's also quite the mover herself. "I do dance in my car," the actress admitted. "I've gotten caught before, but that doesn't stop me. I think, you know what, I like to do it, and when I see other people doing it, I'm like, 'that's right, enjoy it!'"

Jimmy Fallon Thanks the Internet For 'Late Night's' Three Emmy Nominations (VIDEO)

Jimmy Fallon said on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekdays, syndicated on NBC) that he and his 'Late Night' staff didn't expect their three Emmy nominations, but were thrilled with them nonetheless. The show got nods for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series, Writing For A Variety, Music or Comedy Series, and Creative Achievement in Interactive Media. Fallon said the office was a love-fest when he walked in the morning after the nominations. "We're proud of our show," he said. "We didn't think about it, that we'd get nominated for anything, we were just happy. But then when it happened, we got, you know, three nominations, I walked in, people were hugging. People were crying. I didn't even make to my office before I hugged like 50 people."

Rudy Giuliani, Mob Catcher, on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

Before he was elected Mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani was a succesful federal prosecutor and, as he told Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM on NBC), he was the scrourge of the Mafia. "I prosecuted hundreds of them, and thousands of Sicilian mafia people in the 1980s." In fact, Giuliani became so familiar with the so-called "Five Families" in New York and their habits, that he's uniquely qualified for yet another career: Mob Tour Guide. "Anybody want to take a tour," he joked, "I can take you on a Mob Tour of New York City." Now that sounds awesome!