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.

The dream of the '90s is alive on "The Tonight Show"! Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell reunited for a "Good Burger" sketch, where Jimmy Fallon reminisced about his job back at the Good Burger:

And here you can go behind the scenes of the sketch, or at least listen to Kenan & Kel stay in their sketch characters to talk about Good Burger: "Jimmy Kimmel Live" continued its live Mean Tweets Week on Wednesday night, with readings from Emily Blunt, Salma Hayek, Andrew Garfield and Jack Black. How could anyone hate them? Emily's wasn't that bad, and included a compliment for her eyes. Both women had disses for their voices, for whatever reason, and -- of course -- Salma's referenced her boobs. Andrew was compared to a pedophile and someone couldn't believe Jack was actually married. Here are the mean tweets from Monday and Tuesday.

"Conan" had another awesome Clueless Gamer edition. He took on Lil Wayne and​ Tony Hawk in "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5," and revealed why Lil Wayne is one of the new skaters in the game.

Tim Allen was also on "Conan" and talked about returning as Buzz in "Toy Story 4." They won't tell him anything about the plot but he goes back in about three weeks.

Back on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Jimmy and guest James Taylor showed a hilarious commercial for their (fake but should be real) new album, "In My Pants."

Natasha Lyonne and Fred Armisen are apparently dating and, while on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," Natasha talked about Fred's crazy Freddy Krueger look at the Emmys and mentioned that fans always want her to sit on their faces. (!)

Will Forte was also on "Late Night" and he and Seth sat facing each other, surrounded by candles, and cleared the air, admitting their past lies and mistakes:

Stephen Colbert had two Hughs -- Hugh Jackman and Hugh Evans, discussing the goal of ending extreme poverty by 2030 -- plus Sen. Elizabeth Warren. And there was a Pearl Jam concert, which Colbert joined for "Rockin in the Free World." Check it out:

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