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.

Over on "The Late Late Show," James Corden continued his instant-classic "Carpool Karaoke" series -- this time with country queen Carrie Underwood -- and at one point James let Jesus take the wheel, which is probably not safe to try at home. At the start of the eight-minute video, James asked about the concept of ice hockey, which is pretty foreign to him, but that's what Carrie's husband Mike Fisher does for a living. James asked Carrie if she ever worried about Mike fighting with other players. Carrie: "Have you seen his latest fight? ... He knocked a guy's teeth out. It was hot." Nice! Maybe he can take on Conor McGregor next. Carrie and James also went shopping for country boots, POWERED through "Before He Cheats" and Wham's "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," and timed how long they could hold a note (which Carrie compared to the "Dumb and Dumber" most annoying sound in the world). It's awesome:
Ben Affleck was not around to save Jimmy Kimmel from Matt Damon on Tuesday night's show, but maybe that's because Jimmy failed to flash the Bat signal. Once Guillermo flashed it Wednesday night, Ben, aka "Batman," showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Turns out, he was just sitting in the audience all night, he didn't even see the Bat signal. No matter. Like Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" cast last week, Ben introduced DC's new "Batman v Superman" trailer. Jimmy will only call Ben "Batman" or "Bruce Wayne" from now on, but that has to be an upgrade from Bennifer so ... no complaints. Also, don't miss the ass grab at the end of the video, after the trailer.
A very sparkly Conor McGregor talked to Jimmy Kimmel about how much he loves beating people up for money, and previewed his upcoming opponent, Jose Aldo.
The gorgeous Liv Tyler and her sweet, breathy voice were also on JKL, previewing "The Leftovers" Season 2 finale this Sunday (watch it!), talking about the birth of her son, and revealing that her dad Steven Tyler cut her umbilical cord.

Conan O'Brien asked Ken Jeong if he's ever tempted to bring Mr. Chow to his new show "Dr. Ken." Conan wants Mr. Chow to be on "Game of Thrones" or "Empire" to say "Toodaloo, motherf--ker" to everyone.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" star Adam Driver was on "The Tonight Show" and helpfully pointed out his character, Kylo Ren, in various photos. In one pic, he said he and the Stormtroopers were just on their way to the store, and that was his car in the background.
Last but not least, here's Brett Favre doing a "Tonight Show Throwdown":

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