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.

Not sure if you knew, but Jimmy Kimmel and John Krasinski (and his wife Emily Blunt) are neighbors, and they have a four-year-long holiday prank tradition. John was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Tuesday night and they showed footage of the very elaborate 2015 pranks. The video goes on for more than 6 minutes, and the pranks just keep getting more elaborate. Please share the total price tag on Krasinski's end, because, wow! You get props for the commitment, man. But Jimmy got his revenge -- posting John's real address all over town with a fake yard sale notice that goes into effect at 6 a.m. tomorrow. All stalkers are welcome? There's also an egg-nog attack. Stay for it all.

Jennifer Lawrence has been all over the talk show circuit in the past month -- from "The Hunger Games" to "Joy" -- and she was on "Late Night" Tuesday night to flirt with Seth Meyers. She said she wanted him to ask her out when she hosted SNL. She had a really big crush on him and was waiting the whole week for him to make a move, and she almost made a move herself -- until the costume lady let her know that Seth was engaged. Oops! She also gave Larry David her number, and he hasn't called; he may be seeing someone else too. "I'm like a predator!" Jen also talked about shooting her first sex scene, and it was with Chris Pratt, which was cool but also very awkward since she didn't know how far to go. "So, what do you think? Are you gonna hump me once? Are you gonna be on top?"

Mark Wahlberg is on the circuit to promote "Daddy's Home" and he played a game of "Random Object Football Toss" with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show." Mark was serious -- he was there to win. "I don't even let my kids beat me in sports." Yep, he's that kinda Daddy.
This is great. "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is about as (over?)promoted as a movie gets, but this is too much fun to ignore. Here are Harrison Ford and J.J. Abrams on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," fake-flashing back to three years ago when Abrams was casting the movie and wanted Ford back as Han Solo. HF should do more deadpan comedy. Speaking of "Star Wars," Ewoks infested the "Conan" studio, but Coco had them killed off: Here's Quentin Tarantino talking about his process, writing to music for his movies. Oddly enough, he said, "rom-coms" are a guilty pleasure of his -- "especially on airplanes." "Kate Hudson is the queen of the skies, as far as I'm concerned." He even cries.
You should really watch this video of Domhnall Gleeson and Mike Epps on "The Late Late Show," just for poor Domhnall's story of being dissed by an old lady on a plane.
Oh, and James Corden finally posted "One Direction Carpool Karaoke," and of course the girls are going mad.


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