Last night on Late Night, Amy Poehler and Jimmy Fallon ad libbed plot lines for their fake movie posters between fits of laughter. Let's see, there's the one where Poehler's breasts are man-hating fists and another where she gets killed by a sand worm. Plus: Blake Shelton flirted with Scarlett Johansson, and Miranda Lambert was cool with it, tweeting, "So my husband is plainly flirting with Scarlet on Jay Leno. I would too:) She is so amazingly cool and beautiful. He clearly had good taste!" Meanwhile, Team Miranda advocated the country singer's superiority. Also, Downton Abbey–obsessed Anjelica Huston took issue with the death of young Kemal Pamuk in Lady Mary's bed — "He's 22-years-old!"; and one terrific bulldog named Gabe climbed up a rocking horse, and rocked it back and forth, and back and forth. Watch our compilation to see what you missed.
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