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.



Nick Offerman, Ellie Kemper, and Thomas Middleditch were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" Monday night, and they seemed to have a lot of fun -- when not being traumatized by having to nuzzle a snake (Nick) and a sumo wrestler (Ellie). Here they discuss -- and demonstrate -- who is the best fake smoker: And here's the fun -- but scary -- game called "Nuzzle Waaa?" where everyone had to be blindfolded and then nuzzle something and be the first to shout out what it was. James and Ellie were partners opposite Nick and Thomas. What's worse -- the snake or the sumo guy? The sumo guy seemed to enjoy it, like he was being lightly tickled. Not sure how the snake felt. We know how Ellie felt, since she looked like she wanted to bolt! Now watch them in "Talking Mentalist" when they're supposed to be talking about "The Mentalist" but they showed a "CSI" show instead: Over on "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon raced around the studio in mini motorcycles with Triple Crown winning American Pharoah jockey Victor Espinoza. It's kind of hilarious that Victor went the wrong way and Jimmy had to wait for him so Victor could win and be declared the first Quadruple Crown Race winner. "Seinfeld" powerhouses Larry David and Jason Alexander were also on "The Tonight Show." They discussed being on Broadway, and shattering box office records. Larry brought up how he never saw Jimmy backstage. They debated the merits of backstage chit-chat. Fallon kind of overdoes it in front of these two, but he's a gusher.Jimmy also did some screengrabs, sent in from fans: Edie Falco was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers." She has a big finale coming up (for "Nurse Jackie"), which is her second big finale after "The Sopranos," and she discussed how random people come up to her all the time to say "What the hell was that?!" and she knows they're talking about the "Sopranos" finale.

George Wallace was also on Seth's show and discussed his epic road trip with "best friend" Jerry Seinfeld. Tim Robbins was on "Conan" and he talked about the recent prison escapes, which were called "Shawshank"-like. Because of the movie, whenever people escape from jail, some people seem to want Tim to comment. He also discussed political power, in reference to his new HBO show "The Brink." Marc Maron was also on "Conan," talking about not masturbating in the shower during a drought, as the "unspoken cause" to help the environment, and his increasingly hipster neighborhood.



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