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.



Julia Roberts said there's no real point for her to be on a "press tour" since she can't say a word about her new movie "Secret in their Eyes." However, she did tell the story of the first time she was recognized -- and it happened in the bathroom of a movie theater, when the woman in another stall asked if she was in "Mystic Pizza" and pushed a pen and paper under the stall door. Jimmy also introduced Julia to nine other women named Julia Roberts. As you can imagine, they all have no trouble getting reservations when they call with that name. But one woman noted that, when she whips out her credit card, the clerks always wants her to verify her identity.

Elizabeth Banks was on "The Tonight Show" Thursday night, promoting the final "Hunger Games" movie and warning that it does differ from the books. But enough about that. She also revealed that her dad accidentally hit her with a loogie once (#StopItDad) and played a little game of Catchphrase with Jon Glaser, Jimmy Fallon, and Tim McGraw.

Here's Episode 3 of "Scandal High," the never-before-seen teen drama from Shonda Rhimes. Harry Potter can't wait to see the new Star Wars movie! Daniel Radcliffe, heavily promoting "Victor Frankenstein," was on "Conan" last night and here he is fanboying over "The Force Awakens." He's going to try to go to a midnight screening -- and he thinks he'll have to wear a costume. Conan said he should go dressed as Harry Potter. Dan wants to go as a Wookie but now that he's said that publicly, he's not sure. Melissa Benoist, Olivia Wilde, and Saoirse Ronan prettied up the "Late Late Show" couch and talked about superheroes and shared first apartment stories. Sorry! Sorry! Sorry! You've seen "American Horror Story," but how about "Canadian Horror Story"? It's pretty intense, eh? Sorry! Back on "The Tonight Show," Fallon read off some of his favorite tweets with the hashtag #StopItDad:

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