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.

Jimmy Fallon suggested a new game for the family to play on Thanksgiving, preferably outdoors: "Water War," a twist on the card game "War," where the loser of each hand has to be doused with water. Daniel Radcliffe played Tuesday on "The Tonight Show" and, well, he's really going to need a change of underwear before that film premiere. The overall winner got to water cannon the loser. As a side note, it's hard to get used to DanRad with that shaved head. But he does NOT look like Voldemort!

Anthony Anderson told Jimmy Kimmel he gets mistaken for other famous people all the time -- like Ruben Studdard, Ice Cube, and Cedric the Entertainer. One time, in Africa, he was mistaken for Idris Elba and he figured he "got a stroke of luck and upgraded or Idris Elba done fell the hell off."
Here are two interesting things to know about "Hunger Games" star Jena Malone: She had a stunt head to appear bald in the new "Hunger Games" movie, and her grandfather popularized the dollar slot machine. She didn't even know that about her grandpa, Jimmy looked him up.
Chiwetel Ejiofor talked to Conan O'Brien about playing paintball with his "12 Years a Slave" co-star Michael Fassbender and Fassy's father. Apparently the game started friendly but Fassbender is a paintball fiend and he cheated. He's ruthless! He could've been a good Negan on "The Walking Dead."
Anna Faris and Joshua Jackson were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and answered the acting question of what's harder, laughing or crying? So Anna and Joshua gave some crying lessons using a special tear stick. James's tears came out great, even if they blinded him.
Lucy Lawless and Bruce Campbell were on "The Late Show" and Lucy said Bruce looks just like Stephen with his glasses on, so Bruce tested the theory by taking over the show. They do look a bit alike.
Last, but not least, Stephen Colbert decided it's only a matter of time before Activision makes a "Candy Crush" movie, starring a big name like Liam Neeson. So here's "Candy Crush: The Movie" with Stephen and Liam Neeson. It's too long, but props to Neeson for even doing this.
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