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.

Denis Leary and Molly Shannon were on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and they performed some "Nonsense Karaoke." The lyrics are so good. This may end up the next Spike TV show after "Lip Sync Battle"!

Denis dressed like a rock star for his new show "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll." He said, his first day on set, he took a photo with a woman in his rock star gear and she told him she was so excited to pose with her favorite "Glee" star. Yep, she thought he was Jane Lynch!
Now you must watch "Jimmy Kimmel Live" guests Chris Pratt and Abby Elliott playing "Name That Famous Celebrity." It's a very Fallon/Corden bit. Chris and Abby were blindfolded and had to guess the celebs in photos just based on hilarious descriptions from Jimmy's celebrity-obsessed friend Yehya. Separately, Chris stroked his own his nipples on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. His older brother, who is a cop, made fun of him. They also shared some less sexy older photos.
Chris was obviously there to promote "Jurassic World" and they shared a clip and Chris discussed working with Steven Spielberg. Chris also played coy on the Indiana Jones rumors, but the way he was acting when Jimmy brought it up.... We'll see! Chris also talked about the big celebration for his mom's 60th birthday.
'Jimmy Kimmel Live!': Chris Pratt on Working with Spielberg
Betty White and Kyle MacLachlan were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and they seem like ideal dinner guests. Here's Kyle talking about making up the anthem for Portland for "Portlandia." Betty makes a great little William Shatner quip.
And here's the story of Betty White prank calling James Corden. She called him with her special requests before the show, but he didn't know she was just joking. "Cream is just brown milked down." Haha.
Jerry Seinfeld was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" -- it was his first time on the show, and he said he's auditioning new shows after David Letterman's exit. Jerry revealed that he skipped the pre-interview part of the talk show segment, because if Seth wants the job he has to do the work. Haha. In the second video, he shared how tired he is of political correctness, referencing a comedy bit he did that did not go over too well. "There's a creepy PC thing out there that really bothers me." In the third video, he discussed how Hulu is going to restore the network version of "Seinfeld."
Larry King and "Veep" star Anna Chlumsky were both on "Conan," and Conan talked about how much he loves Larry's stream-of-consciousness tweets. Larry said every Sunday he shares his "two cents" and his wife is the one who tweets them out. Here's Conan reading off his favorite tweets from Larry:
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