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.
Emma Stone -- always a great talk show guest -- was on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night, and he made her play the classic game, "Box of Lies." Emma said she loves to lip sync, but she's a terrible liar. The audience screamed what number to pick for the first box. Their game was pretty darn short; they should've extended it. Jimmy also showed off some of Emma's old performance photos. The otter photo is really odd, but it's from her very first play. She also talked about her very first musical.
"The Tonight Show" also shared a video on the "Pros and Cons of Watching The Walking Dead." Warning: Some Ebola, Chris Christie, "Dancing With the Stars," and pumpkin spice latte jokes ahead.
Adam Carolla was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," talking about what happened when he worked at a closet company. The anecdote has a lot of funny elements, but -- suffice it to say -- Adam installed a closet in the wrong house. Oops! Cristela Alonzo was also on JKL, talking about her new ABC show Cristela and how her family is bilingual. Her mom got addicted to martial arts, especially Jackie Chan, and Cristela had to translate.
JKL also had an interesting bit comparing gay and straight marriages, including a sketch called "Say No To Gay Divorce." As Jimmy put it, "If same sex marriage isn't legal in your state, neither is same sex divorce. Unless you go file papers in a state where gay marriage is legal, you have to stay married. This poses an interesting dilemma: Can you be opposed to same sex marriage and also be opposed to same sex divorce?" Watch:
The great Michael Keaton was on "Late Show with David Letterman," talking about a fan's detailed "Beetlejuice" tattoo on his arm -- the guy showed him without knowing he was showing the tat to THE Beetlejuice. Keaton also had to run through Times Square naked for the new movie "Birdman."
Craig Ferguson talked to James Marsden about preparing for shirtless scenes. He also talked about how kids can ruin the sweetest moments, then a whole conversation about farting ensuedKristen Schaal was also on Craig Ferguson and she told him going vegan is a very classist diet so he should stop.
Another former SNL-er, Nasim Pedrad, was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," and she shared the story behind her Arianna Huffington impression on "Saturday Night Live." For her first performance, that Saturday, Bill Hader got an eye infection. They had to do a last minute thing, and John Mulaney wrote the Arianna impression for Nasim. Nasim is now on Mulaney's show, "Mulaney." She talked about her parents -- apparently they're roamers and she's always worried they'll wander into a scene. She was born in Iran and her dad sometimes curses with imperfect English.
Dane Cook was also on Seth Meyers' show, talking about his SNL dreams.