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 is classic. On Monday night, "The Tonight Show" guests Hugh Jackman and Shaquille O'Neal played "Phone Booth" with Jimmy Fallon. Just seeing Shaq try to fit into a phone booth was hilarious, but then -- for every wrong answer -- a stranger from The Mystery Bench was shoved into their booth. Hugh got the first question right, so "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek squeezed into Shaq's booth.

Hugh got himself a Blue man next. (Should've been Tobias from "Arrested Development.") The whole thing just got better as it went along. Even the "Property Brothers" showed up! Idris Elba and Tony Goldwyn were both on "Late Night with Seth Meyers." Turns out, like a lot of us, Seth's mom is a big Idris Elba fan. Idris talked about "The Wire" and "Beasts of No Nation" and Tony talked "Scandal," saying he prefers when Twitter users play hard to get. Julianne Moore and John Stamos -- two very attractive people who both started on soap operas -- were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden." Here's John explaining that he started collecting Disney memorabilia, but he passed on Disneyland with Michael Jackson. MJ called him and left a voicemail asking if he wanted to go to Disneyland. John didn't call him back ... maybe cause MJ didn't leave a number.Speaking of Stamos, Julianne Moore and soap operas, here are the stars doing a brilliant "Taylor Swift Soap Opera" -- so dubbed because it was written using Tay lyrics. You won't be able to shake it off!

Cate Blanchett and Chace Crawford were on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." One of them discussed his new facial hair. The other revealed she got her son's name from "Captain Underpants." JKL hit the streets and asked "What's the Most Impressive Thing You've Ever Done?" and one woman had a rather unexpected answer, involving a Tampa hockey player: Because RBF is a serious issue -- serious enough to affect Queen Elizabeth and Kanye -- "Conan" addressed it head on. So here are Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter discussing Resting Bitch Face: In case you were worried, John McCain told Stephen Colbert he "slept like a baby" after losing the 2008 election. ("Sleep two hours, wake up and cry, sleep two hours, wake up and cry.") He's funny! At least he didn't pull an Al Gore. In a continuing quest to discover Who Is Stephen Colbert, Stephen took a lie detector and shared the results on air:

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