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.

Taraji P. Henson plays Cookie on "Empire" but she told Jimmy Kimmel she's all set for cookies, thanks, so fans can please stop sending them to her. She also played a little game called "Blast from the Past," where six people's faces flashed on a screen and she had to guess which one was part of her past. It's kind of adorable what happened with her first choice. (Call him, girl!) And the ultimate reveal is sweet. Spoiler alert: She was part of her high school's homecoming court, and you can see the photos!

Over on "The Tonight Show," it was hockey season, with Michael Strahan, Eve Hewson, Tony Gonzalez and Jimmy Fallon playing a fun game of four-way air hockey:
The Democratic Debate was just last night and "Jimmy Kimmel Live" was ready with "CNN's Honest Promo," where they spoofed the lessened interest in the non-Trump event. "Which nondescript white guy will Hillary Clinton beat? Tune in to find out!"

Stephen Colbert went full nerd to promote "The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes" for the Nintendo 3DS System, which is out October 23. Here's a performance by The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses: Sarah Silverman told Stephen Colbert she accidentally got Michael Sheen in the news for his penis when she tweeted a joke about her boyfriend naming his own penis and it showed up as a legit thing in Us Weekly.
That was hilarious, but so are the bad kids jokes that Sarah and Stephen read aloud, in honor of the "Bad Kids Jokes" tumblr. James Corden gave "The Newsroom" the "Dumb & Dumber" treatment, courtesy of guest Jeff Daniels. Anchor Will McAvoy gets upset during his interview with Corden when new PA Harry Dunne can't seem to do anything right. Well done, Daniels!
And this one is for the "Bring It On" fans -- Kirsten Dunst was also a "Late Late Show" guest and she busted out a cheer:

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