It may be Hollywood's most glamorous night, but the Oscars have had their fair share of crazy and memorable moments. Before the 86th Academy Awards writes itself into the history books, we take a look back at some of the craziest. -- Derrick Deane
At the opening of the 67th Academy Awards, host David Letterman opened with the Oprah-Uma joke he would repeat over and over again throughout the telecast. He follows that with, "Have you guys met Keanu?" Needless to say, it was Letterman's one and only stint as Oscar host. View YouTube Video
Sally Fields' You Like Me
In 1985, Sally Field won her second Oscar for her role as Edna Spalding in Places in the Heart. What followed is a random acceptance speech that would be paraphrased for years to come. View YouTube Video.
Adrien Brody Plants One on Halle Berry
You win your first Oscar and walk up to the stage where Halle Berry is waiting with your gold statuette. What do you do next? You kiss her passionately, right? And then when that annoying conductor starts the get-off-the-stage music, you tell him, "Cut it out!" View YouTube Video
Jack Palance and the One-Armed Push-Ups
When legendary actor Jack Palance wins the Best Supporting Actor award at the 64th Academy Awards he says, "Billy Crystal, I crap bigger than him," and caps it off with a set of one-armed push-ups and some subtle sex jokes. View YouTube Video.
David Niven Gets Streaked
As he is about to introduce the final presenter (Elizabeth Taylor) at the 45th Academy Awards, Robert Opel streaked across the stage flashing a peace sign. Host David Niven looked on amusedly and quipped, "Isn't it fascinating that the only laugh that man will get in his life is by stripping off and showing his shortcomings." That is why David Niven is the man. View YouTube Video
Marlon Brando Refuses Oscar
As if the streaker weren't memorable enough, Marlon Brando refused his Best Actor Oscar at the 45th Awards. Instead, a young woman named Sacheen Littlefeather took the stage on his behalf. In reality, her name was Marie Cruz, a Native American activist and actress who would pose for Playboy magazine seven months later. View YouTube Video
Rob Lowe Duets with Snow White
For the 1988 Oscars Rob Lowe joined Snow White in a duet showcasing his not-so-hot singing skills in a campy parody of Creedance Clearwater Revival's "Proud Mary." Disney sued the telecast since the portrayal of Snow White hadn't been approved, but they later dismissed the suit. View the Youtube video
Cuba Gooding Jr. Goes Crazy
Cuba Gooding Jr.'s speech was pretty mundane at first, but then the orchestra kicked in and Gooding took his enthusiasm to a new level, thanking people in the crowd while the music swelled in the background. View YouTube Video
Roberto Benigni Goes Nuts
In 1999, the little foreign movie that could was Life Is Beautiful. Best Actor winner Roberto Benigni went nutballs, climbing over seats and shaking hands while sputtering that he would like to build Jupiter and mak love with everybody." View YouTube Video
Tarantino Spits on Reporter
While walking the press gauntlet at the 68th Academy Awards, Quentin Tarantino dropped F-bombs and spit on a reporter who did a story on Quentin's estranged father for Premiere magazine.
Michael Moore Calls Out President Bush
The liberal documentary filmmaker wins the Best Documentary award for Bowling for Columbine, and takes to the stage to deliver a scathing acceptance speech that gave new meaning to "awkward!" Moore closes his speech with, "Shame on you, Mr. Bush. Shame on you!" View YouTube Video
Frank Capra Pulls a Zoolander
In 1934, Will Rogers announced the winner for Best Director, saying, "Come and get it, Frank." Capra headed to the stage to accept the award only to realize that the winner was Frank Lloyd. Oops.
Sheena Easton's Bond Performance
With famous Bond villains Dr. No, Odd Job, Jaws and Blofeld (with a fake cat) on stage, Sheena Easton enters stage left in a space ship to perform the Oscar-nominated song "For Your Eyes Only" from the 12th Bond movie. If you ever wondered what James Bond: The Musical would look like, this might be it.
Jack Black and Will Ferrell's "Get Off the Stage, You're Boring" Song
Presenting the Best Song award, Black and Ferrell launch into a rousing song about award winners who spend too much time during their acceptance speech, much to the joy of Sean Connery, Robin Williams and Diane Lane. View YouTube Video