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.

Kristin Chenoweth was on "Conan" and, it turns out, she likes to manscape her male friends -- but only above the neck. Kristin said Conan O'Brien had "some brow issues," pointing out what she'd change. So Conan broke out a tweezer and let her do it. His eyes teared up and Andy Richter said he was crying because he's never been this pretty. Conan's reasoning was "ONE DIRECTION'S BREAKING UP!"
Speaking of 1D, the talk shows have been having fun with this "break," and Conan had a video suggesting replacement boy bands. Skip the centipede, go for the ferns!

Seth MacFarlane was sick and sounded "like Rachael Ray" but he still went on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote "Blunt Talk." Since Seth does so many voices on different shows, Jimmy noted that it's like 125 different people getting sick at once. Seth doesn't draw for his shows anymore, but he was trained as an animator and got into writing that way. Since Seth likes to draw, and he had voice issues, Jimmy decided to have them draw two audience members who had met on a dating site. Jimmy kept a running commentary going while they drew. It took a long time. And Seth kinda cheated.

Producer Brian Grazer was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote his book. He talked about people pitching movies to him at all times in all places. There's a long story about heading to the Amazon, and when he was peeing in a bush, a guy came over and pitched him a movie. He also said he used a torture expert to help Jim Carrey continue to shoot "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" even after Jim was so uncomfortable going through the makeup process he wanted to quit. Interesting story.
Jimmy broke out the #FingerOfShame, sharing fan tweets with that hashtag to point out bad behavior. All those poor businesses named ISIS. It was such a harmless name not too long ago.

Sadly, Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, and James Corden are still on repeats this week, and Stephen Colbert doesn't start his gig until September 8. Pretty soon, late night will be jam-packed!

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