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 Good Wife's" Julianna Margulies was on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday night, and she and Jimmy did a "Musical Morning Announcements" video as the principal and vice principal of a school, spoofing versions of Taylor Swift, Iggy Azalea, Beyonce, and other songs. Julianna also shared her red carpet smile tip. Since it's awkward to just walk up and down the red carpet smiling for cameras, she hums "If I Only Had a Brain" from "The Wizard of Oz." So if you see her smiling in a red carpet video, know she's humming to herself. Jimmy also shared the pros and cons of having a college roommate. Way more cons in real life, but...
Jimmy F. also talked to Jerry Lewis about the 50th anniversary of "The Nutty Professor." Jerry slipped the host "a filthy note" in the middle of their talk, and it totally threw Jimmy off. As it was meant to!
Key & Peele were on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night, talking about how they met and "fell in comedy love" in Chicago. Jimmy also shared confusing reasoning for why they have the wrong names. "You're trying to put us in a black people box." "They have those now?" After talking to Jimmy, Guillermo also talked to the comedians for a little Halftime Report.
JKL also had Fall Out Boy and David Muir on the show - and Fall Out Boy gave tips on getting rid of the U2 album that randomly showed up on your phone. Jimmy also showed some new marketing for "Hunger Games," aimed at the romantic-comedy crowd. Mocking the Mockingjay!
The great, but exiting, "Late Late Show" host Craig Ferguson was on "Late Night With Seth Meyers" and Craig shared some talk show hosting advice. Craig also chatted about his new game show, and shared that he and The Doctor (don't call him "Doctor Who," or Craig will come after you) Peter Capaldi were in a band called Dreamboys.
Sex expert Dr. Jennifer Berman was on "Conan" and, um, helped Conan O'Brien find the "O" spot, via a strange adapted contraption. Tip: Women don't actually have a balloon "down there." It's hilarious to watch Conan, Andy Richter and Kevin Nealon trip around trying to finding the "O" spot (as opposed to the G-spot).