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.

Ellen DeGeneres was Jimmy Fallon's guest Tuesday night on "The Tonight Show," but two current Oscar nominees - Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell - competed opposite Ellen and Jimmy in a game of "Password." They were actually pretty good.Neil Young was also on "The Tonight Show" and here Jimmy does an amazing impression to sing "Old Man" along with the real guy. Two Neil Youngs = doubly amazing!
Mila Kunis was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote "Jupiter Ascending" and she talked about her new baby. This is her first time out and about without her daughter - she admitted she cried to leave Wyatt behind. She also said she and Ashton Kutcher hold their child very differently. Speaking of Ashton, she talked about how people are always approaching him with new things and he has her check them out. Tinder wasn't really out yet when they started dating but he had her sign up online. You have to watch that video to the end to hear Jimmy's line. Bob Odenkirk was on JKL to promote this Sunday's premiere of "Better Call Saul." They don't want to ruin "Breaking Bad" so they're very happy with how the spinoff turned out. In the second video, they include a clip of Bob watching the show for the first time and realizing he's the star. Debra Messing -- with that forever flawless hair - was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" talking about how her old "Will & Grace" co-star Eric McCormack is guest-starring on "The Mysteries of Laura" this season. Horatio Sanz was also on Seth's show and he and Fred Armisen re-enacted their cut "Toy Collectors" SNL sketch. Dr. Phil was on "Late Show with David Letterman" and Dave criticized Phil's all-black wardrobe, then shared a new slogan for him. They dissed each other by saying they watch the competition's shows. (Dave watches Ellen, Phil watches Kimmel ... or so they say.) Phil also gave Dave some parenting advice. Robin Tunney of "The Mentalist" was on Letterman's show (sexy outfit!) and she confessed she once wanted to be stranded on an island with him. He was so flattered, as he should've been. Steven Yeun was on "Conan" and he said he can't stand when people nit-pick little things on "The Walking Dead." He was on the Elvis Duran radio show the other day and a woman called in to ask about grass lengths of the lawns on the show. "The basis of the show is that there's dead people that came back to life to eat people to kill them to come back to life. Who cares about the grass?" Conan pushed for spoilers on the rest of Season 5, which starts this Sunday. Steven just said "It's really good. I think it's some of the best episodes we've ever made - and that's not just saying that..." Conan said when he watched the Season 5 premiere, his eyes melted. So Steven added, "This Episode 9 that's coming up, other things of you will melt." Um, great? Steven also emphasized that not all Asians look alike, although a lot of guys out there keep telling him they get mistaken for him. He also goes on Reddit to spread that not-all-Asians-are-the-same message, and there's a good Brad Pitt connection. Also, Steven is the Asian Elijah Wood. Jay and Mark Duplass (who have the new show "Togetherness") were also on "Conan" and they air-drummed with the host