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.

This one is for all the Cecil fans -- actually, it's for all animal fans who can't understand the appeal of hunting for fun. On Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel actually got emotional when weighing in on the killing of Cecil the Lion, which is not funny, and he did not treat it as such. He shamed the guy who killed Cecil in an epic sport hunting takedown. "Is it that difficult for you to get an erection that you have to kill things? If that's the case, they have a pill for that, it works great. Just stay home and swallow it and you save yourself a lifetime of being the most hated man in America who never advertised JELL-O Pudding on television." BOOM. Slay, Jimmy. However, he emphasized that he's not against hunting to eat or to keep the animal population healthy or if it's part of your culture, but that doesn't apply to some dentist who just wants to collect a lion's head as a trophy so he can brag to his d-bag friends. Stay for the end of the video where Jimmy issues his call to action. You're a good egg, Jimmy Kimmel. Respect + 100 for this.

The great Simon Pegg was on "The Tonight Show," following his fellow "Mission: Impossible" star Tom Cruise, who was there Monday night. Simon said Tom pranked him for two straight days while they were filming a car scene (which Tom drove himself, naturally). Tom kept sneakily heating his car seat in the already hot Morocco weather. It turned into a seat-warming prank war, and when you watch the movie you might be able to spot Simon turning on Tom's seat warmer since he did it while they were filming. Great story.


If you can believe it, this Friday (July 31) is Harry Potter's 35th birthday, so Drunk Ron Weasley (Simon Pegg) returned to talk about his "Fifty Shades of Ginger," chug some Jack Daniel's, give himself 10 points to Gryffindor, chant "Weasley Is Our King," and cry for a while 'cause Hermione left him for Viktor Krum again. You can't blame her for wanting more, man. Step up your game. Drunk Ron Weasley was on "The Tonight Show" for Harry's birthday before, do you remember?


Here's Simon answering fans' "Would You Rather" questions:


And because we're obsessed, here's another Simon Pegg video, with Simon discussing how he's co-writing the script for the 13th "Star Trek" sequel:

Danny DeVito was also on "The Tonight Show" and he and Fallon played Inflatable Flip Cup. Jimmy kept laughing at Danny, who told Fallon "When this is over, I'm gonna kick your ass." Danny also talked about working on "Taxi" and explained that he nailed his audition for the classic TV role by insulting the script.

Have you been watching the great new show "Another Period" on Comedy Central? Actress Natasha Leggero is one of the main stars and here she is on Kimmel, discussing the first season.

"Jimmy Kimmel Live" did a classic street bit where they asked passers-by if they had any nude pictures of themselves on their phones. Jimmy had the audience guess first, whether it was yes or no. This kind of thing can get creepy fast.


Speaking of nude photos, Armie Hammer (there to promote his new movie "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.") was also on JKL and he just recently accidentally showed some nude photos to his hairstylist when trying to show off cute pics of his daughter.


Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner were on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and talked about playing versions of themselves in the new Hulu show "Difficult People." Seth plays a gay prostitute in one episode -- they showed a photo, he just looks like a preppy college kid and kept his wedding ring on. Fred Armisen, Martin Short, Kate McKinnon, and Kathie Lee Gifford also have roles on the Hulu show. Amy Poehler is one of the producers and they talked about working with her.

Trevor Noah, Odette Annable, and "Monty Python" hero Eric Idle were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden." Here's Trevor Noah talking about how he got the call to replace Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show." Big shoes, man. Huge.

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