That settles it: Swatting is to Los Angeles what this spring's cicadas are to the East Coast. According to our (very) loose estimates, Ryan Seacrest became "swatted celebrity" No. 1 zillion on Wednesday when police descended on his $39 million mansion to investigate a prank 911 call claiming "mobster looking guys in suits with rifles" were firing shots inside his home. TMZ snapped a photo of two cops on Seacrest's driveway, walking away from the "Idol" host, who, rather than appearing scared, looks like Ward Cleaver in the wake of a Beaver-committed hijinks. And it's no wonder -- so far, investigators have only nabbed a couple of swatting instigators, including a 16-year-old kid who explained, "I thought it was funny ... that's why I did it."