Didn't stay up to watch Wednesday's late night talk shows? Moviefone's got you covered. Here's some of what you might have missed:
Jimmy Fallon busted out his funny-yet-creepy Lip Flip routine again with "Tonight Show" guest and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" star Whoopi Goldberg, where the pair swapped mouths and interviewed each other posing as the other (including some hilarious attempts at various accents for both parties). The clip culminated in a rendition of the Aretha Franklin and George Michael duet "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)," complete with a semi-horrifying split screen shot of the two digitally altered comedians.
"Frozen" star Josh Gad also stopped by "The Tonight Show" to promote his new movie, the Zach Braff-directed "Wish I Was Here," but the animated Disney hit dominated the conversation. Gad told Fallon that his 3-year-old daughter doesn't care about his character, talking snowman Olaf, but thinks he personally knows protagonists Anna and Elsa, and wants to use him to get to them. The girl is so obsessed with Elsa, especially, Gad said, that she's started talking and acting like her, too, leading the actor and his wife to worry. "We either need to [have] her stop watching 'Frozen,' or get her an exorcist," Gad said.
On "The Late Show," host David Letterman chatted with "Magic in the Moonlight" star Emma Stone about her experience shooting the film in the south of France, where Stone said she spent two months happily eating "a lot of baguettes, a lot of butter, and a lot of seafood." But then the conversation turned to Stone's co-star, Colin Firth, and the actress's tone shifted significantly. "He's tricked us all into believing he's this charming, lovely fellow ... and he's a nightmare," Stone said. Just what Firth did to earn Stone's (we're assuming fake) ire is anyone's guess, but the actress also called him a "toolbag" for good measure.
Stone and Letterman also discussed the film's mystical premise, and Stone's own thoughts on supernatural occurrences. The actress said that she does believe, mostly because her late grandfather keeps leaving objects for family members to find. "It's not a logical thing -- it's magical," Stone said. She then likened it to ectoplasm, the milky white substance seen in "Magic in the Moonlight." That descriptor's similarity to a certain bodily fluid caused the audience to giggle, a childish reaction for which they were chastised by Stone and Letterman. "You people are awful," the host said.
Letterman also admitted that he has one reoccurring experience he believes to be supernatural, in the form of messages he's convinced he's receiving from a friend who recently passed away. While Stone said that those events only occur to people open to them, Letterman believed they were much more everyday, like when someone loses their car keys and wonders aloud about their location. "And then the dog barfs, and there they are," Letterman said.
On "Conan," host Conan O'Brien revealed that rival late night host Stephen Colbert claimed to have shown the first masturbating bear on television, after featuring a clip of a bear in the wild playing with its junk. O'Brien understood that Colbert was just trying to get a rise out of him by usurping that title from the "Conan" team, who've been using the Masturbating Bear gag for 18 years, but the fiery-haired host said that it came at a terrible time: the Masturbating Bear is dying. How will doctors revive him? Well, let's just say it takes watching a certain other animal fondling himself to get our guy upright once more.
And finally, over on "Chelsea Lately," comedian Dane Cook stopped by to promote his voice work in "Planes: Fire & Rescue." He and host Chelsea Handler discussed Cook's attempts at writing a book, which he called a "narcissistic and weird" experience, though it's helping him work through some of the darker moments in his life. "That's why we're comedians -- we're f--ked up," he said. "We need love."