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, David Letterman and Seth Meyers all had repeats on Monday, October 20, so the pickings were a bit slim.

Ice Cube was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," talking about how he just wrapped principal photography on the N.W.A. movie, "Straight Outta Compton." He was constantly getting arrested when he was with N.W.A. Jimmy asked about the cast, which is mostly filled with unknowns. Ice Cube's son is in it, though, playing Ice Cube himself; did he have to audition to play his dad? "Hell yeah!" They also discussed how it was Snoop Dogg's birthday, and Ice Cube got him the same thing he got him last year. And the year before. And the year before. You can imagine. Jimmy also made Ice Cube say nice things in an angry voice, since that was a hit for them last time.
Jimmy Kimmel also had fun with Science Bob Pflugfelder. Both Science Bob and Jimmy put on their white scientist jackets to blow up paint cans. Fiery paint cans with lids flying everywhere! They also spun around and shot balls, which Guillermo had to go pick up. It's easier to see than explain. You might get sick just watching them go in circles, though.
Bush performed on JKL, and here's "The Only Way Out":
Alan Cumming was on "Conan," and Conan O'Brien asked him what really happened with Shia LaBeouf when Shia got arrested after "Cabaret," which Alan was in. Alan said Shia apologized last week, which was a good thing, but he was "just wasted from the second he walked in" to the theater and there was an atmosphere during the show because of this crazy guy. When Alan went into the audience, Shia whacked him in the behind. "We've all done things where we've been out of it, and messed up," Alan said. "Not everyone has to deal with it in on such a worldwide scale. I thought he made a very good recovery. And he did say that the reason he did it is that I was the sexiest man he'd ever seen, so..." That went a long way in Shia's favor!
Also on "Conan," Mark Normand did some stand-up on gays, Jews, and Puerto Ricans.

Sarah Paulson was on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and they talked about eating lobsters. Craig said lobsters mate for life (not quite true) and he only eats animals that are promiscuous.
Jim Rash talked to Craig about meeting Mike Tyson. They discussed how Mike may be scary at first, but he can also be very gentle.