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.



Jimmy Kimmel had a busy Monday night, in part because he was honeymooning with Benedict Cumberbatch. Benedict got married in England on Saturday, then showed up for "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Monday night. Jimmy said his own wife didn't want to spend their honeymoon with him, so he was flattered. Jimmy brought out some pina coladas so they could have a more festive honeymoon feel, then shared some wedding gifts. "Then later," Jimmy added, "we'll make love." Benedict and his wife are expecting their first child and Jimmy suggested a baby name. Benedict also discussed "Sherlock" and "The Imitation Game" and where he was when he learned he was nominated for an Oscar. Stana Katic (flawless!) was on JKL, talking about her non-profit initiative, ATP, and how her "Castle" co-star Nathan Fillion helped her cut her shirt for the show's test pilot. Bachelor Chris Soules was also on JKL in some funny sketches. Chris confronted Jimmy about their connection. Why did Jimmy send him home and start seeing other guests? Jimmy also recapped last night's Bachelor and Chris came out to explain his bad joke. Jimmy wanted Chris to spoil the show and reveal which woman will have to live in that town that looks like the one from "The Walking Dead." Edward Norton played Stefon in an SNL cameo during "Saturday Night Live's" 40th anniversary special. He had an issue, though, with how he was presented on Weekend Update, feeling like they used the "Hobbit cam" on him to make him look much shorter than Bill Hader. He's 6-feet-tall, but he looked tiny next to Hader. He thought maybe it was the way comedians get back at dramatic actors. Jimmy Fallon recapped SNL's 40th Anniversary, sharing some behind-the-scenes stories. Major name dropping, but interesting! Matthew Perry was on "Late Show with David Letterman" talking about "Odd Couple" and his favorite joke. He did his Walter Mathau impression, then a little Dustin Hoffman impression. Matthew also talked about his workout routine. Angie Harmon was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and she shared an embarrassing Lorne Michaels run-in, from around her first year at "Law & Order." Thomas Lennon is guest hosting "Late Late Show" and he talked to "Weird Al" Yankovic about Weird Al's experience as guest editor for Mad Magazine.