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.

Keanu Reeves is a seriously funny dude. Hollywood needs to do more with this. Keanu and Jimmy Kimmel shot a trailer for their own slow and safe-moving movie, "A Reasonable Speed" -- "the first movie ever produced by the California Highway Patrol" -- with Jimmy and his fabulous fake hair driving carefully ahead of Keanu in a "low speed chase." It's fantastic, especially when Keanu shouts, "Slow down!" to a passing skateboarder and panics over approaching a speed bump. Clearly we would go see this movie, Hollywood, so make it.
Keanu also talked about not being in "Speed 2," (he wasn't into the cruise ship thing) and his "Knock Knock" sex scene with the wife of the director, Eli Roth. Not that it's relevant, but how is it possible that he's 51?

"Steve Jobs" star Kate Winslet played a little bit of "Photo Booth" with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show." They took crazy photos of themselves with the Photo Booth iPad add, then tried to match each other. Outside of her game segment, she talked about going after an EGOT and said she secured her "Steve Jobs" role with a selfie.

"The Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus told Fallon how he was discovered. First he was fired, then he got into a fight, then he went to a party and drank too much and started yelling at people. Somehow, based on that, he was invited to be in a play. He was supposed to be the understudy, but he ended up performing on the first night because the other dude didn't show up. A lady in the audience sent him out for some roles and he kept booking gigs. Now he's Daryl Dixon in TWD and he has a stunt planned for the Season 6 premiere at Madison Square Garden. He also said he created an app that curses you out.

Joel McHale and Seth Meyers both love video games and Joel said he's so excited about "Halo 5" that he might abandon his kids for it.
"Conan" wants us to forget about "Steve Jobs" and get ready for "Michael Dell," to review the not-quite-as-interesting or impressive story of the Dell computers. Once again, we'd watch this movie. The bar is low.
Gina Rodriguez and Stephen Colbert had a nice little talk about positive motivation and their shared love of boxing. Stephen wants to join her cult.
And, last but definitely not least, here are Sharon Osbourne, Elyes Gabel, Jamie Lee Curtis and James Corden getting very touchy feely -- literally sitting on top of each other for the whole talk. Poor Jamie did not look that comfortable.
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