Last night on The Tonight Show, Jay Leno exposed the bad blood with NBC once again. He opened up his monologue with fake praise for the network: "Folks, listen to this. Monday night the primetime shows The Voice and Revolution moved NBC in the number two position. You know what that means? Between Easter and Passover, this is truly the season of miracles. We’re number two! I’ve been saying for the last week that NBC is a big number two." Later in the monologue, Leno struck with more bite: "T-Mobile announced yesterday they are doing away with contracts. Apparently they got the idea from NBC." Plus: A director once dubbed over Eva Mendes (from English to English) because she didn't sound "intelligent" enough. But it's not like the movie was Searching for Bobby Fischer or A Beautiful Mind; it was Exit Wounds with Steven Seagal and DMX. Also, in a successful endeavor to find out something new about Bruce Willis, who had done about 400 interviews throughout his career, Jimmy Kimmel asked the actor some bizarre questions; and Seth Green recounted his zero-gravity crash aboard the Zero-G. Watch our compilation to see what you missed.