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.

You know Plinko, the "Price Is Right" game? Monday night on "The Tonight Show," the human perfection that is "Ant-Man" star Paul Rudd did a version with Jimmy Fallon called Drinko, requiring them to potentially drink things like "Bacon Soda" and Pickle Juice. They both had to drink Gravy, which is too nasty, but one of them ended up having to mix Gravy with Tequila: "They call it 'Thanksgiving' south of the border."
In his interview, Paul talked to Jimmy about trying to do a full "Basic Instinct" on his "Ant-Man" co-star Michael Douglas. It failed. But it's hilarious. It ended up looking like he was "pleasuring himself" while Michael was doing a monologue. Michael had his own interview on "Late Night" with Seth Meyers, and you can see that video below. Also, in case you were curious about Jimmy Fallon's finger injury, Jimmy explained (in a 7 minute video) what happened to sideline him. He tripped and fell -- his ring got caught on the countertop when he was going down and stuck there and pulled his finger. He almost lost his finger, but after six hours of microsurgery -- taking a vein out of his foot -- they saved it. He was in the ICU for 10 days and he won't get the feeling back in his finger for eight weeks. He's still wearing bandages. He said what happened is called "ring avulsion" an he suggested not to Google it, since the images are graphic, but everyone did. Gross. Last night, Jack Black and Boy George were both guests on "Conan" so they combined forces to sing The Doors's "Hello I Love You," accompanied by The Doors' guitarist Robby Krieger. Jack insisted, repeatedly, that Jim Morrison had the best yell of all time. He's probably right. Jack and Boy G seemed to have a blast together -- and they really did the song justice. This isn't from Monday night, but -- over the weekend, to close out his Comic-Con coverage -- Conan O'Brien talked to the cast of "X-Men: Apocalypse." Here they discuss goofing around on set -- including Nicholas Hoult shooting someone in the ass with a BB gun. Someone complained about the unsafe work environment when they made the last movie. This is the best. Here's James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender discussing the epic love story between Charles/Professor X and Eric/Magneto. They played a video with a montage of their scenes together, set to Coldplay's "Fix You." Fassy got emotional afterward, and James noted that they could get married in America now. Carli Lloyd, Chris Tucker, and Judy Greer were guests on "The Late Late Show with James Corden." Watch them kick soccer balls at a dunk tank to try and soak James. Considering Carli is the World Cup queen, you had to know she'd be the best. But she didn't quite nail it the first two tries, which just tortured James. Michael Douglas was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" to promote "Ant-Man," his first superhero/green screen kinda film. This is a big deal for his kids, who are 14 and 12; it's the first film they're excited for him to be in. For a long time, their mom -- Michael's wife Catherine Zeta-Jones -- was the actress and Dad "made pancakes." Comedian Jim Gaffigan was on "Late Night" and he and Seth discussed food -- including Jim's famous Hot Pockets bit. He said at least three of seven comments on his Twitter feed are about Hot Pockets, and sometimes people yell "Hot Pockets!" at him and he doesn't know how to respond.

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