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.

Jamie Dornan of "Fifty Shades of Grey" was on "The Tonight Show" Monday night (charming guy, but not into the beard - not that anyone asked) and he and Jimmy Fallon played "Fifty Accents of Grey." They were given an accent (Scottish, French, Italian, Cowboy...) and had to read real passages from the book in the accent assigned. Somehow they managed to make "Fifty Shades" even more ridiculous, but it's not like anyone was confusing it with Proust. (Jamie's panties quote was said with a French accent.)

In the second video, Jamie discussed his interest in The Rat Pack and his love for Don Rickles. He has a signed photo of Don Rickles next to his bathtub, and Jimmy got a real kick out of that. Jimmy Kimmel loved last night's episode of "The Bachelor," which included two very dramatic eliminations. One of the girls Chris sent home, Ashley I. of the giant eyelash extensions, spoke out via video chat. When Kelsey told her, "I know what you did," it was one of the scariest moments of her life. She hasn't seen Kelsey in a while and next week they film "Women Tell All," so that should be interesting. When Chris sent her home, she cried a lot. She thinks Becca and Whitney are best for him, in case you care. Kelly Osbourne was on JKL, talking about Grammy fashions (she loved Rihanna's dress but she understands why people didn't). She also shared the story of how she got herself, Sia and Kathy Griffin kicked out of a Scarlett Johansson movie they went to see together. Bill O'Reilly was also on Jimmy's show, discussing his new book. Bill was a high school teacher who taught history so he aimed to write his history books in a fun, engaging way. Jimmy was struck when he learned about Hitler's flatulence. Stalin wasn't any better (not on the flatulence front, but still) and they discussed him too. Talking about the good guys is apparently boring. In the second video, Bill weighed in on the Brian Williams scandal. Steve Carell was on "Late Show with David Letterman" and he joked that, ever since the first day he arrived on set for "Anchorman," he knew he'd someday be an Oscar nominee. Watch the great story of how he learned he's nominated this year. In the second video, he not only discussed a bad early sitcom he was in, he read off a really rough review of his own performance. He brought the review with him to Letterman just for this purpose. It's quite a "horror" show, but apparently it keeps him humble. Steve said Stephen Colbert loved that bad review so much he tried to hire the writer for "The Colbert Report" - and the writer turned him down. SNL's Bobby Moynihan was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and shared a Chris Christie story. Bobby got a photo with Christie when he - Bobby - was dressed as the Hulk. He wanted a pic in case Christie becomes president, so ... he has one as The Hulk. Timothy Olyphant talked about the end of "Justified." There are things he'll really miss - like the free haircuts. In six years, though, he said there were no real a-holes in the cast or crew. They had one or two d-bags, but no major a-holes. Conan met one of the d-bags, Timothy said. He was on the show. Patton Oswalt is the only one from "Justified" they've had on the show, Conan said. "Whoops," Timothy said. "That's my bad. Let's not tell him, guys." (Think he's kidding, but...) Tim also "reviewed" some major movies that he only watched in pieces on a plane. Funny. Wayne Brady is guest hosting "The Late Late Show" and he had Ross Mathews on Monday night to talk about Grammys fashions. Ross said he loves the Grammys because "everyone is so high." He had the best comment about Rihanna's dress - and it's possible you could use it to exfoliate.