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.

Conan O'Brien had the cast of "Sons of Anarchy" on his show Tuesday night. "Conan" posted a great cold open, showing the host attempting to be a ginger badass. They also shared a behind-the-scenes video to show how they put the opening together.
The SOA-themed episode included a special tribute to Charlie Hunnam's naked back, which has gotten a lot of air time on the show. Ah, memories.
Watch the full roundup of SOA cast videos on Conan's site, including Kurt Sutter's fantasy ending for the show, Charlie's final farewell to Jax, and Drea de Matteo's embarrassing confession. There's a lot of good stuff. Here's a tourism ad for Charming, California.

Aubrey Plaza was on Tuesday night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and during Jimmy's monologue she crept on stage in her robe, looking for a phone outlet for her charger. So she just sort of lurked in the background for a while, then tried to unplug the band's instruments. You can't plug into a saxophone, Aubrey!
Aubrey had her own sit-down interview later, looking very different out of the bathrobe. She talked about the final season of "Parks and Recreation." The cast has all been having little gatherings as they prepare for the end. They only have three episodes left to shoot. She also talked about being Grumpy Cat in the movie. Was Grumpy a diva on set? Christoph Waltz was also on JKL, chatting about his friendship with Quentin Tarantino, who keeps giving him great roles. He talked about being a young actor in Austria and they showed a classic clip of him singing as a young guy in the most AMAZING striped outfit. Wow. He's known for some serious material but, to show he has a great sense of humor, he gave a dramatic interpretation of the "Sesame Street" theme song. His dreams are haunted by that song.Steve Carell was on "Late Show" with David Letterman. Turns out, Steve owns a general store in his hometown and has an artificial right hip from playing hockey. At least that's what he says. He showed off the hip in the chair and Dave asked how much a thing like that costs. Steve said it was like $10,000, which isn't bad. Dave said they even give you the old hip to make soup. Steve also talked about how he wears a fake nose to snort coke in his new movie "Foxcatcher." Steve: "That nose was full of a lot of fake cocaine by the end of the night." Dave is a detail guy, so he kept asking these technical questions that ended up funnier than the responses.Martha Stewart also visited Dave and he made some holiday crafts with her, right there at his desk. He poured kosher salt all over the place.
On a legitimately serious note, Elizabeth Warren was on "Late Night" with Seth Meyers, and Seth asked if it was a mistake for Democrats to distance themselves from President Obama in the midterm elections. She answered that it's all about accountability on both sides.
Matt Jones was also on "Late Night" and he described his experience as a champion roller-skater at 5 years old. It actually sounds pretty amazing. Oh, the '80s!
Drew Barrymore was on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon, and it turns out their babies play with each other. So cute. She also talked about her new Esquire show "Knife Fight," which is like "Top Chef" and "Fight Club" mashed together, but only a half an hour. Drew and her husband are big foodies and she said she can't lose her baby weight because he loves to eat so much and she has no willpower so she joins him. Drew and Jimmy also did an SNL-style sketch called "Wanna Spritz?" attempting to spritz people with perfume at the mall. "Little sprinkle on your dinkle?" It's not that great, but Jimmy's hair is worth a view.
Also on "The Tonight Show," The Farrelly Brothers joined Drew and Jimmy for a little "Fever Pitch" reunion, talking about shooting the movie together 10 years ago. Hard to believe it's been 10 years.
Valerie Bertinelli was on "The Late Late Show" with Craig Ferguson and they debated the real hand signals for "boobies." It's pretty funny. Craig's chats are the best.