Wednesday's episode of Late Night was filled with fun surprises when Mickey Rourke, Matthew Weiner and Roger Bennett and Michael Davies stopped by.
Seth proved the bearer of good news when he shared that the Kardashians are refusing to start filming on the next season of their reality series until the people who burglarized their home are caught. Said Seth, stay hidden, burglars! You're our only hope. See what else Seth had to say here.
Over Late Night's hiatus, Seth will celebrate his one-year wedding anniversary. But the occasion is slightly marred for the host knowing how many of his friends hated his decision to have a destination wedding. So much so in fact that the horribleness of destination weddings became a plotline on Seth's Hulu series The Awesomes. Hear more about Seth's wedding.
With more strange stories coming out of Florida than ever, Late Night aired a new installment of the game show Fake or Florida. To Seth's surprise, the three contestants proved very adept at figuring out what was real and what was not. For example, did a man dressed as a zombie really get arrested for grabbing a woman's breast at a nudist resort? Find out here.
Oscar nominee Mickey Rourke paid Seth a visit on Wednesday to chat about his new movie, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. In it, Rourke reprises his role from the 2005 original that re-launched his career. The actor also used his appearance on the show to accept his ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Watch Seth drench Rourke on-set.
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner was happy to indulge Seth in some fanboy conversation about his AMC drama, namely how Mad Men's previews for the following episode always manage to reveal nothing. Weiner also talked about getting his start in comedy and returning to the genre for his new film, Are You Here. Watch his interview.
Sports commentators Men in Blazers - aka Roger Bennett and Michael Davies - joined Seth in reminiscing about the World Cup. The pair of Brits, who covered the World Cup for ESPN and will be joining NBC Sports to cover the Barclays Premier League, admitted they've become big fans of the U.S. national team and predict the U.S. will win a World Cup before England does. Get more from the Men in Blazers.