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 Kimmel Live" had a mini meeting of The Handsome Men's Club Tuesday night to talk about "Captain America: Civil War" and show off that brand spankin' new trailer. (Watch it again. It's epic.) Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. also talked about their real-life friendship and how RDJ had all of his furniture moved to Atlanta for filming so his cats could sit in the chair they like. (Real men love cats. #fact) RDJ was also inducted into the California Hall of Fame. Every state should invent a Hall of Fame and induct RDJ, just so he'll show up and be charming.
Krysten Ritter continued JKL's Marvel theme, explaining her "Jessica Jones" powers and weighing in on spoilers.

Speaking of "Jessica Jones," here is the PERFECTION of David Tennant telling Seth Meyers about his villainous Marvel role, arguing that most villains don't consider themselves villains. "Donald Trump doesn't think he's a villain." Haha. This is funny, unintentionally, but still. Gina Rodriguez and Roseanne Barr were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and Gina showed off her boxing skills. She had a demo with Corden and accidentally punched him in the face. Kinda. She punched his hand and it slapped him back so, technically, he punched his own face. Watch out for that left jab! Justin Bieber was supposed to be on "Late Show with Stephen Colbert" but he canceled. Yes, Justin, it IS too late now to say sorry. But whatever, 'cause it probably gave Spike Lee more time to get into more serious issues, like Chicago violence, gun control and sex strikes, related to his film "Chi-Raq." Over on "The Tonight Show," Tim Allen talked about "Home Improvement" as his first acting job.
The beautiful Danai Gurira, Michonne on "The Walking Dead," talked about being born in Iowa then moving to Zimbabwe as a child. She said the Christmas traditions were very similar, but she added her own touches. Jimmy showed off a photo.

Adele was a guest on "The Tonight Show" on Monday, but on Tuesday they also showed this awesome video of Jimmy, Adele, and The Roots singing "Hello":

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