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.
Jimmy Fallon and will.i.am teamed up for Jimmy's recurring "Tonight Show" segment, "Ew" –– but instead of sitting on a couch and musing about things being "ew," they made an epic music video. And yes, will.i.am dressed up as a girl named mir.i.am for the event and busted out lyrics like "she's so basically basic." Definitely worth watching, as long as you're ready for this song to be stuck in your head all day.
Carol Burnett stopped by "The Tonight Show" to preview a clip of the early 90s soap opera she starred in with Jimmy Fallon –– aptly called "Tensions." And let's say things got tense –– especially when Carol repeatedly slapped Jimmy, threw coffee on him, and punched him in the stomach. All while wearing a stylish head scarf! Comedy gold.
Over on "The Late Show," Aziz Ansari talked to David Letterman about his views on feminism. He reminded viewers that the term boils down to whether or not you believe men and women have equal rights –– in other words, you're a feminist if you think Jay Z and Beyonce should have been paid the same amount for their tour.
Vice President Joe Biden was in Los Angeles recently, and as an experiment the folks at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" sent a camera crew to Hollywood Boulevard to see how many people even know who he is. Spoiler alert: like, barely anyone.
Finally, Dax Shepard made our hearts melt by musing about his marriage to Kristen Bell, specifically how he got the "savings of a lifetime" by only spending $30 on his wedding. Winning!