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.

Evangeline Lilly showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in this odd Mad Hatter circus type outfit. As Jimmy asked, "What the hell are you wearing?" It's a costume tied to her "Squickerwonkers" children's book. She wrote this story when she was 14. Evangeline is so bubbly and fun but, man, she is unrecognizable as Kate from "Lost" or Tauriel from "The Hobbit." Guess that's an actress for you! Jimmy said Evangeline had previously mentioned retiring from acting, and she did retire, but Peter Jackson called her out of retirement for "The Hobbit." (Don't worry, she does know that Tauriel was not actually in the book, that part is just a little confusing in the context of the chat.) She'll also be in "Ant-Man," which she's doing for the great excuse that "Paul Rudd's playing the lead."
Chris Pine was also on JKL, talking about singing in "Into the Woods" with Meryl Streep. He was so nervous to sing in front of her, but he said she's a lovely person and she's aware of her effect on a room. She's "Meryl effing Streep"! She was the first one to screw up in rehearsals which broke the ice for everyone. Did she screw up on purpose? That's the theory. Chris also talked about going to New Zealand for a film and fly fishing with his dad.
It was a big night for talking about Meryl Streep, since Emily Blunt did the same thing with David Letterman. Emily said Meryl is so amazing it's annoying. You could say the same about Emily, though. Charming, intelligent, funny, talented, gorgeous... They were together in "The Devil Wears Prada" and again in "Into the Woods." Emily saved Meryl's life, so now she thinks Meryl owes her a role reversal. (Meryl's response: "Dream on.") But Emily did help Meryl on set when they were rehearsing a scene. It happened in slow motion. Meryl's foot got caught in her cape and everyone watched her start to tumble head-first into the concrete floor. The men froze but "the pregnant woman caught her." Go Emily! Not quite a life-saving story, as billed on the show, but still good. Em also talked about her daughter Hazel; she found out she was pregnant the same week she got the job in "Into the Woods." Weirdly enough, Wu-Tang Clan was also on David Letterman's show. Here's "Ruckus in B Minor":Lorde and her amazing hair were on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night, talking about Taylor Swift and "The Hunger Games" soundtrack. Jimmy and Lorde agreed that Taylor is unexpectedly funny, with a sharp dry humor. Lorde shared a story of how some guy thought Lorde was Taylor's manager so, without missing a beat, Taylor said yep, and so Lorde was the manager for the night.
Bill O'Reilly was also on "The Tonight Show," telling Jimmy there's no politics at his dinner table on Thanksgiving. He talked about the O'Reilly family traditions growing up, and how kids today are too picky about their food. Jimmy over-laughs sometimes. OK, maybe all the time. Jimmy also shared another round of "Screengrabs." It's pretty funny, even if it's dragged out. Stay for the end to see Jimmy's Russian evil twin.Aubrey Plaza was on "Late Night" with Seth Meyers, wearing a sparkly cat ear headband and talking about how she likes to drum up negative backlash for herself -- like when she retweeted only negative responses to the "Grumpy Cat" trailer from "haters" and made it seem like she had to defend the movie. She explains.Jason Sudeikis was also on "Late Night" and you can watch him in this special Second Chance Theatre presentation of "Juggling Flyer":