celebrity curse offIf 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.

Jennifer Aniston was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Monday night to promote the new "Horrible Bosses" movie, but she also took some time for a "Friends" reunion with Lisa Kudrow via the foul-mouthed game, "Celebrity Curse Off." Lisa's face is great when she's cursing. So much intensity! It's kind of sweet that they both get upset about the b-word, considering what they're OK with saying.
In her sit-down interview, Jen - who looked amazing - talked about the press tour for "Horrible Bosses 2," which sounds fun but also pretty tiring. She's afraid of flying, so she hasn't been to a lot of beautiful places in the world because she's too scared to fly. Jen also shared an interesting flight attendant story.
Ken Jeong was also on JKL, and he talked about bringing his daughter to see his new movie, "Penguins of Madagascar," to get a child's perspective. So she came out to talk about the movie and steal all the attention. Ken also told Jimmy his wife, a physician, is on call on Thanksgiving, so they're staying local. Did you know he practiced medicine while starting his comedy career? Ken also talked about working with David Hasselhoff. Gotta love The Hoff.
Tim Allen was on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon, and - to celebrate Thanksgiving - they had a Turkey Scooter Race through the studio. They wore helmets for the race because, as Jimmy noted, "safety is sexy." Dang right. Obviously we all need scooters like this, because they are amazing. Please, Santa?

Seth Rogen was on "Late Show" with David Letterman, and it turns out he and his wife are fans of bad reality TV shows, like the one with "child chefs," and he couldn't stop weeping when he was watching these kids trying so hard. "Naked and Afraid" is another show he likes, so he went on with James Franco. Dave just shakes his head through it all.
Amy Sedaris was also on Letterman's show, and they talked about whether Dave should get a second dog to join his 2-month-old dog, Sully. Amy has rabbits, so they discussed pet-rearing.
The one-and-only William Shatner was on "The Late Late Show" with Craig Ferguson, and Shatner gave advice on frying turkeys. It's a dangerous business. He's almost burned his house down several times. Craig laughed about people dying from trying to fry turkeys but he insisted he was just "sneezing inside."
John Goodman was on "Late Night" with Seth Meyers and they talked about old SNL sketches, and one with Will Ferrell that never aired.
"The Daily Show's" Aasif Mandvi was also on Seth's show, talking about the odd questions and roles he got when he started acting.