And the late-night war wages on: During the opening monologue of Tuesday's 'Tonight Show,' host Jay Leno took a subtle, blink-and-you'll-miss-it jab at former NBC rival Conan O'Brien.

It came at the end of a joke about Faisal Shahzad, the man suspected of last weekend's attempted car bombing in Times Square, during which Leno highlighted Shahzad's fake Facebook profile page. The obvious jokes were there, of course: Shahzad's was listed as being friends with Osama bin Laden, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and, yes, Danny Bonaduce, while his activities included beach volleyball, rollerblading and blowing up Nissan Pathfinders. But it was the items listed under Shahzad's "Member of" section that raised a few eyebrows. Watch the clip after the jump and let us know if it was kosher or crass.