At the recent press day for You Kill Me, Téa Leoni recounted a memorable coupling with husband David Duchovny, and she touched more on her courtship with Duchovny during an appearance on The Tonight Show this past Thursday evening. Allowing that they’d just celebrated their 10th anniversary with “some hotel fun” (“All those new sheets and towels…” she said suggestively), Leoni recalled first meeting Duchovny during an exploratory booking lunch with a pair of Jay Leno’s producers, who typically take drinks or meals with up-and-coming actors to gauge how interesting a guest they might make. Several years later she walked in on a conversation between her agent and him, and, when told who’d entered the room, Duchovny asked if she’d stopped talking yet. Nine weeks later they were married. Now that’s some rakish, ring-a-ding charm.