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 ageless goddess that is "The Tonight Show" to promote "Freeheld," but she took some time to play Jimmy Fallon's classic game "Box of Lies." They had to take turns describing mystery objects while the other tried to determine whether the descriptions were accurate or lies. Bless her, but she was terrible. Still awesome, though, and endearing in her attempts, especially in the last one.
If you want to learn how to speak with a Boston accent, Matt Damon was giving lessons over on "The Late Late Show." Tip: "You can't really do it without swearing." (James Corden, who is British, was awful.) Matt also mentioned discovering his fear of heights at age 34. That's Zachary Levin looking sharp next to him, mostly just listening to the conversation.
And here's Matt Damon acting out his entire career in 8 minutes, in another one of James's classics:
Over on "Late Night," Seth Meyers and Kenan Thompson played a fun game called "Three Memes and a GIF." Question: Isn't it pronounced with a hard G not like "Jiff"?
Reigning Emmys queen Viola Davis was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," talking about her Emmys speech for that historic win, but also dishing on "How to Get Away With Murder," and how she gives her mom money to go to the casinos every Thursday. Plus, you have to see Jimmy's bit on "The Dangers of Texting With Viola Davis." Talk about throwing her under the bus.
Michael Pena was on JKL and he broke some history too as the first Mexican astronaut ... in "The Martian," anyway.
Ellen Page talked (very eloquently) to Stephen Colbert about "Freeheld" and LGBT progress. Jesse Eisenberg was also on "The Late Show" talking about his new book of short stories and the embarrassment of his face. His words!
The perfection of Joseph Gordon-Levitt was on "Conan," describing his new movie "The Walk" as a 3D action movie. He also said it's like a heist movie, but no one gets hurt. And why not, here's Mark-Paul Gosselaar reliving his time as Zack Morris back on "Saved by the Bell":
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