Leno, looking a little less coiffed than his days as "Tonight Show" host, snuck up on Hall during his monologue to deliver some exciting news: Hall's show was picked up for a second season.
Great news for Hall, but it still visibly bugged him that Leno knew the news before he did.
"How are you so juiced into everything?" Hall asked. "How come I don't get my news first?"
However, just as Hall and the crew were celebrating the relief of further employment, Leno dropped a ghoulish bomb.
"On the second season, I'm going to be hosting," Leno said. "They didn't tell you that part."
Just kidding, Leno assured Hall with a hug and kiss. But as long as Leno is out there in the night, seeking a TV home, all those late-night hosts would do well to lock their doors and check under their beds at night before they go to sleep. You never know when he'll sneak up and take your show.