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If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.

Megan Fox continued her "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" press tour by stopping by "Chelsea Lately," where she discussed her crazy home life after having two kids with husband Brian Austin Green. The demands of parenthood are exhausting, Fox said, where "You don't sleep [and] every minute is ... dedicated to someone else." The actress said she's become a homebody because she's always taking care of her sons, though she admits that she prefers not interacting with others. "I don't like people," she told host Chelsea Handler. "That's why you want to hang out with f--king turtles," Handler observed.

Man of many talents Chris Hardwick chatted with "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon about all his various projects, including his recently-renewed Comedy Central series "@midnight." Hardwick said that while his show follows "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report," it was a bit different. "Colbert and Stewart are kind of the news you need to know about, and our show is hamsters farting," he explained. Hardwick also discussed his popular Nerdist podcast (and how he bribed Tom Hanks into making an appearance by sending him a vintage typewriter), meeting Benedict Cumberbatch at Comic-Con, and his upcoming AMC series "All-Star Celebrity Bowling."

After all that, there wasn't much left to discuss, though Hardwick told Fallon he didn't have anywhere else to be. That led into a random yet delightful rendition of the 1983 Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton duet "We've Got Tonight," with Hardwick showing off an impressive set of pipes singing Rogers's part, while Fallon took the high road with Easton's. After they finished, Hardwick decided to stick around, but unfortunately, Fallon said the show was out of time.

Katie Holmes also had some fun with Fallon, playing a new game called Photo Booth, in which the pair used the iPad photo booth app to distort their faces, then each person had to match the other's goofy-looking picture. The duo dissolved in giggles as they tried out various features, while one Fallon photo was eerily similar to another late-night host's real visage. "I look like a weird Conan O'Brien!" Fallon exclaimed.

Another batch of "Tonight Show" Superlatives focused on the members of the PGA Tour, with one permed gentlemen being dubbed "The hardest rockin' Biden," while champ Rory McIlroy was deemed "Most likely to be in a golf boy band called Hole in One Direction." The most fitting description was saved for golfer Victor Dubuisson, though, who claimed the surprisingly fitting title of "Most likely to be the love child of a high David Spade and a drunk Brad Pitt." After looking at Dubuisson's photo, we think you'll agree.