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.

Lena Dunham is making the late night rounds to promote the upcoming season of "Girls," and you better believe she stopped by "The Tonight Show" for some real talk and a game of Pictionary. Hilarious, adorable and worth watching for Jimmy's completely horrifying drawing of a foot long hot dog.

Lena also chatted to Jimmy about (what else?) feminism, and revealed that Howard Stern of all people turns out to be an outspoken feminist. But before you start thinking Howard and Lena are BFF, keep in mind that Lena once told him that he looked like a "cartoon of a female Jewish horse."

We have a new reason to wake up in the morning, because "Friends" was just added to the Netflix roster. You can only imagine how excited the cast is (uhm, kinda), and Matt LeBlanc appeared on "Late Night" to chat about the show that made him famous. Joey forever!

Speaking of Joey, Matt also reprised his "Friends" role-within-a-role as Dr. Drake Ramoray, a leader in neuroscience. Bless you, Dr. Drake.

Over on "Jimmy Kimmel," Joaquin Phoenix decided to hijack his interview to muse on how he has a huge crush on Amy Poehler, and is nervous to see her during the Golden Globes. Unfortunately Amy has a boyfriend –– but watch your back Nick Kroll. Joaquin is coming for you.