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.



Last Friday, "Jimmy Kimmel Live" posted its most disliked video ever -- making fun of YouTube gamers who watch other people playing video games. Here's the video. It ended up with more than 55,000 thumbs down on YouTube. Commenters wanted Jimmy to die, get AIDS, get cancer. They threatened his wife and daughter. And they say the PC crowd is too sensitive -- don't dare take on the fanboys! On second thought, please do dare.

Demi Lovato and Roseanne Barr were both on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and Jimmy brought back one of the show's classic games, "Name That Famous Celebrity." Demi and Roseanne were blindfolded and Jimmy's friend Yehya described photos of celebrities, and the ladies had to guess the celebs.

The MTV VMAs were over the weekend and Jimmy talked about Kanye's epic acceptance speech. Guillermo performed an abridged version as opposed to the full 13 minute real-life event:

On the same subject, Jimmy compared Kanye West -- who announced a 2020 presidential bid -- with Donald Trump in a side-by-side video.

Roseanne -- love her hair -- also talked about Kanye as president. She ran for president once and wants more regular people to run. But she also thinks the end of the world is near ... even though she's predicted it to have ended many times before.

Kimmel referenced the MTV VMAs spat between Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus and explained the feud in emojis. Reminiscent of the Stephen Colbert promo.



Demi also talked about how many times she falls down in real life, whether she's wearing heels or not.

Meanwhile, over on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Gov. Chris Christie forced Jimmy to engage in a Lip Sync Battle. He really went for it ... for about three seconds of Springsteen.

Gov. Christie also previewed what he'll do in the next debate. Last time, he went 20 questions without being asked anything and he wondered if his mic was even on. On September 16, he said, if he gets to 15 questions in a row without being asked anything, he's going to go nuclear. In a separate video, Christie talked about going on an ice cream run in N.H. with Mitt Romney, Marco Rubio and their families. None of the guys had any money. During the discussion, Fallon made another fat joke and Christie mock walked off.

Fallon also broke out his "Do Not Read" list, showing off real books with disturbing titles and themes.



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