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.

When Kristen Stewart hits the late night circuit, awkwardness always ensues, along with the occasional f-bomb. ("Take my bathroom to the friend? What the f--k?") But she's now on an awards season push for her supporting role in "Clouds of Sils Maria," so she returned to "The Tonight Show" to talk about how she's the first American actress to win France's Cesar Award -- and then she played The Whisper Challenge. It's kind of refreshing to see how she's always slightly nervous and thrown off, and she even admitted at one point that she was not having fun. At least she's not fake!

Samuel L. Jackson didn't realize he was feuding with Donald Trump, or at least that's what he told Seth Meyers. They went through Sam's story of saying he's a better golfer than Donald, and Donald giving him a bill for a club he didn't join. Sam also challenged Donald Trump's assertion that he didn't know him. "I've met him a lot. I've played golf with him." They played golf with Anthony Anderson one time. "The Don" also called him -- always calling him "Samuel L." -- to play golf with his friend, and that friend turned out to be Bill Clinton. All the useful information! Since Seth is also feuding with Trump, he hopes this intel on Trump lying brings down the campaign. Guessing it won't have any effect at all.
Driving videos always win, and this one is gold. James Corden has done well with Carpool Karaoke but Conan O'Brien upped the game with this hilarious ride with a super-sweet student driver. ("You're my b-tch!") The beginning is fun but the real party starts when they pick up Ice Cube and Kevin Hart for support. Can they do this every week? Jimmy Kimmel mentioned how the men's rights group Return of Kings boycotted "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" for making a woman and a non-white male lead characters (the horror!), so Kimmel altered the start of the movie for the men's group so they'll enjoy it more:
Natalie Dormer was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote her new movie "The Forest," but she also discussed "Game of Thrones" Season 6 and the longterm plan for the series now that it's official that the next book won't be out anytime soon. She said she doesn't have any spoilers for characters like Jon Snow because she never reads the storylines of other characters, she only reads what happens to Margaery. She let slip that she only reads Margaery's story at Highgarden, then changed it to King's Landing, but that's probably a spoiler that Margaery goes to Highgarden. That might be why Natalie added filming in Spain instead of just Belfast.
Killer Mike -- called so because every time he steps up to the mic he kills -- was on "Late Show" and while he spoke for black people, Stephen Colbert spoke for white people to try to find common ground. Mike suggested people Google the blue eyes/brown eyes experiment to get a background on prejudice. Mike supports Bernie Sanders for president and gave a good speech for him. It's awards season, with the Golden Globes airing this Sunday, so Sarah Hyland, Jack McBrayer, and Rami Malek practiced their red carpet poses on "The Late Late Show":Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook.