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 get started with potential boss lady Hillary Clinton, who made a campaign pit stop at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and talked about — what else? — Donald Trump. Turns out they used to be BFF before...you know...Donald Trump decided to ditch his career in reality TV and run for president. *Side-eyes*

Hills also sat down with Kimmel to chat with a bunch of random/highly adorable children. The topic in question? Gender and politics. These kids very cute, but still...our country's youth apparently think a female president would paint the White House pink. Yeesh.

Over on "Late Night," Daniel Craig talked about James Bond's—ahem—love life. Or, let's be honest, his completely insane sex life. Here's to hoping Bond uses protection, because lord knows how many kids he might have out there.

Your favorite recurring "Tonight Show" skit is here! Jimmy Fallon and Martin Short relived the "'90s soap opera" they "made" together back in the day, aptly called "Tensions." And yes, Steve Martin made an appearance and it was magical.
Finally, Bryan Cranston and Stephen Colbert pondered the meaning of life while passed out on a hillside. Questions in question? (Sorry.) What if God's a woman? Do good and evil really exist? And, what's the most tragic thing that could ever happen? (Answer: a manatee that cries but no one knows because he's under water, sob.)