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.
Let's kick things off with a classic "Tonight Show" game: The Whisper Challenge! The contenders? Jimmy Fallon (obviously) and Brie Larson, who had to guess what each other were saying while whispering and wearing headphones. Our favorite moment by far was when Jimmy Fallon guessed "straight justice" for "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon." Fail.
In slightly off-topic news, Lena Dunham told the world that she got a urinary tract infection in Japan. She had a lot of thoughts on the topic, and uttered the immortal sentence "This is the best place I've ever had a UTI." Good to know.
In case you hadn't heard, Jimmy Kimmel is a small claims judge now (move over, Judy), and he presided over a super-dramatic case called "The Little Engine That Couldn't." It was basically the most amazing thing that's ever happened.
Over on "The Late Show," Stephen Colbert dubbed Cate Blanchett the queen of "Barely Keeping Her S––t Together" and made her perform a high intensity script that he wrote. Also, said script was based off an Amazon order about a blender.
James Cordon infiltrated the NFL and a) was hilarious, b) said that football should be renamed "Throwing In Between Commercials," and c) wore a tiny tie. Everyone needs to watch.
Best for last: Aaron Sorkin stopped by Conan and talked about his feud with Tim Cook, and things got awkward. Apparently, Sorkin apologized and is hoping everything's chill, but we're sensing some underlying tension. Let's just say if Sorkin gets hacked, he'll know who did it....