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.

In the mood for some breakdancing? Because Jimmy Fallon and Brad Pitt (oh, and Brad Pitt's mustache) served up some serious moves during "The Tonight Show." To be honest, it was even more amazing that the iconic 80s legend that is "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo." That's right, we went there.

Shailene Woodley also hit up "The Tonight Show" to play a brand new game with Jimmy: Pumpkin Time Bomb. Their mission? To place a bunch of rubber bands around a pumpkin until it explodes. And fear not, Shailene was given protective eyewear.

Selena Gomez stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to chat about a super-important worldly issue: selfies. Apparently, this girl is a huge fan of social media –– but crazily enough she barely texts. Who knew phones could even make calls still, right?

Ansel Elgort made a surprise appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" –– in fact, he specifically surprised Jimmy's neice (who's his number one fan-girl) by pretending to be a Hollywood makeup artist in disguise. His disguise being a giant lion. The hijinks!

Nicole Richie showed up on "Late Night" to tell a story about how how twenty-two raccoons broke into her home and had a full-blown pool party. And yes, two of them started having sex.

Meanwhile, Bill Murray stopped by "The Late Show" (apparently he came right from George Clooney's wedding) and interrupted his interview to go on a casual run through the streets of New York City. While wearing a tuxedo and stealing pretzels from local passerby, of course.

Bill also cast the new all-girl Ghostbusters, and his picks included Melissa McCarthy, Emma Stone, Rashida Jones, and Kristen Wiig. Oh, and Betty White! Talk about a dream team.

Last but not least, Chelsea Handler stopped by "Conan" and told everyone about the time Jason Biggs peed on her face. Please watch the clip and join us in utter and complete horror.