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.

Surprise! On Tuesday night, Jimmy Fallon brought Britney Spears out to read off a list of the pros and cons of dating her. She's recently single -- and apparently "The Tonight Show" audience was filled with people who are already in love with her since they stood and cheered when she showed up. (Jimmy had to remind them it's *his* show.) Jimmy said they created a profile for Britney on Tinder (bio: "This better work, b-tch.") and Britney acted shocked and not too thrilled. Stay to the end to hear her "It's Britney, b-tch" line.Keith Richards was also on "The Tonight Show" and you know the man has stories. But did you know he wrote a children's book called "Gus & Me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar"? He did. He also welcomed his fifth grandchild, Otto, not too long ago. They showed a cute photo. Keith said he watches cartoons with his grandkids. He also described the first song he ever wrote -- it was with Mick Jagger when they were locked in a kitchen. Keith also said he was once punched in the face by Chuck Berry and he tells that story too. Keith really is a real-life Captain Jack Sparrow.Debra Messing and her gorgeous hair were also on "The Tonight Show" and it turns out she has circus training. In her Masters of Fine Arts training at NYU, they studied circus -- including tightrope walking (she said she sucked at that), the trapeze (she was good at that), and juggling. So Debra got up and juggled, first saying she hadn't juggled in 20 years. She's rusty! Michael Strahan was on "Late Show with David Letterman," and they discussed the Ray Rice domestic violence controversy. Michael said the team and the NFL handled it right, when they saw the video inside the elevator. He knows Ray Rice is a hot topic right now, but he's looking at the long-term, beyond the headlines. "I hope that he can get help. I hope his wife can get help." Michael said they play "a very aggressive sport, and a violent sport, but it is a controlled aggression that you use on that field, but when you get home, this is not a business where you take your work with you." He hopes that, if there's a positive to come from this, that this gives someone the strength to step up and protect themselves.
Sir Richard Branson was also on Letterman's show and he talked about his fascinating space flight program. Dave had a ton of questions - he was really into the idea.
Bill Hader was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and talked about his past working on a Playboy TV show called "Night Calls." He also described one of his favorite unaired "Saturday Night Live" sketches involving Casey Kasem. Jimmy couldn't resist commenting on how a woman named Cherries Waffles Tennis was recently arrested, so he shared a collection of reports of following real people with funny names getting arrested. Obiwan Kenobi and Batman are involved.
JK also weighed in on Apple's new much-anticipated products, including new iPhones and a watch. Check out Apple's unexpected new (fake) product around the 1:45 mark.
Anna Faris was on "Conan," and she admitted her mom is on the "incredibly prudish" side, so she likes to tease her by sending her obnoxious, sexy postcards - featuring women from the '80s in provacative poses. Not a bad idea, actually, especially if your mom is friends with the postman, like Anna's mom is. Added embarrassment!
Jeff Goldblum was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and the guy is just so watchable. You have to watch him sing new "Jurassic Park" theme lyrics. Jeff also talked about how he recently got engaged and he's planning a wedding. He also asked for advice on baby names. Jeff had the audience involved in baby name decisions, and the audience didn't seem fan of "Coda Goldblum." The second potential name was Mingus, which is another musical reference (for Charles Mingus) but it's also actually the name of Norman Reedus' son, so... there's precedent. Seth decided Coda and Mingus could be good middle names. Have fun with the middle name, but give the kid a regular first name for school. It's not the worst advice. Comedian Hannibal Buress was also on "Late Night" and he wore a jumpsuit with his own face on it. How is this not a trend?
Over on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," Julie Chen talked to Craig about fashion - saying any woman who says she doesn't judge another woman's clothes or hairdo or makeup is lying - and comedian Louie Anderson did some stand-up.

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