Jay Leno: afraid to insult people directly, but not honorable enough to just avoid it altogether. During last night's monologue, Leno showed a fake Facebook page for the accused Times Square bomber. Under his favorite pages? "Team Coco." Video inside.

Leno stated to the audience that he'd found the Facebook profile for Faisal Shahzad, the alleged terrorist who attempted to blow up Times Square with a failed car bomb, before taking it through a tour of the page's highlights. First up was a look at Shahzad's friends, including Osama Bin Laden and Mahmoud Amadinejad. Then, Leno showcased Shahzad's favorite activities, which included "Blowing Up Nissan Pathfinders." But if you look closely, you'll see something else just below—something that Leno didn't actually mention on the show, naturally. Here's a screengrab, courtesy The Daily What:

Jay Leno Takes Shot at Conan O'Brien and, for the First Time, His FansS

So, basically, Leno believes that anyone who supports O'Brien is a terrorist, but he's too much of a chickenshit to just come out and say it?

You stay classy, Jay.

[The Tonight Show with Jay Leno]