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.

The cast of "Sesame Street" made an appearance on "The Tonight Show" and helped Jimmy Fallon read out some #WhenIWasAKid tweets. Obviously the best guest was Cookie Monster, because he used the opportunity to muse on –– you guessed it –– cookies.

Also making a surprise appearance on "The Tonight Show" was Hugh Jackman, who was passed out on Jimmy's couch under a plaid blanket when the host arrived on stage. Apparently, he's taking couch surfing to a new level.

"The Tonight Show" also had a few non-surprise guests, including Jessica Chastain who blew Jimmy's mind by revealing that she's a "selfie-virgin." As in, she's never taken a selfie. Who knew such a person existed?

Living legend Morgan Freeman stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and Jimmy wasted no time pitching his screenplay, "President God: Narrated by Morgan Freeman." Suffice it to say Morgan was unimpressed.

Of course, Jimmy couldn't resist talking about Taylor Swift's alleged feud with Katy Perry, which he broke down for viewers in Emojis. And yes, he used the smiley-face excrement Emoji to describe their relationship.

Meanwhile, Harry Connick Jr. celebrated his birthday over on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," where Seth somehow convinced him to sing Happy Birthday to himself. It was kind of tragic, but also completely hilarious.

Finally, Jason Bateman showed up on "Late Show" to talk about his new movie, "This Is Where I Leave You" –– specifically the part where Jane Fonda reveals her lovely lady lumps on the big screen. Let's just say Jason had a lot to say about Jane's special effects breasts....