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.

Here it is: Adele's Carpool Karaoke. And it's perfect! "The Late Late Show" was so excited about this one, they teased it several days in advance. Here's the British queen driving and singing around London, with James Corden behind the wheel. (It's weird to see him on the other side.) We get a view of England, like a little travelogue, while listening to both of them sing and chat and chug tea. It is a nearly 15-minute video, so you need to carve out some time for it, but it feels like a fun drive with two friends. It's hard not to wish you were there. Adele sings some Spice Girls and even raps Nicki Minaj's "Monster," so don't miss that.

What an odd group. Danny DeVito, Khloe Kardashian, Norman Reedus, and Jimmy Fallon played charades together on "The Tonight Show" Wednesday night. Danny and Khloe were partners and Jimmy partnered with "The Walking Dead" star. Props to Norman for being game to get on all fours with little fingers waggling off his head to portray an ant for "Ant-Man." Not sure Daryl Dixon would've pulled that off. Also, general charades tip: Familiarize yourself with the Electric Slide, in case it comes up.

Still on "The Tonight Show," Fallon broke out his Bob Dylan impression to sing "Hotline Bling." It's so good there are still people in the YouTube video comments who think it's the real Dylan.
Patton Oswalt was on "Conan" and shared a really insightful assessment of the three sets of "Star Wars" films. See if you agree with his take on the evolotion of the franchise from the originals to the prequels to the modern set. Basically, he thinks watching "The Force Awakens" is like doing drugs again with an old '70s party friend who fell off the wagon. "Let's do a line of coke off the lightsaber."
Did you know Ice Cube invented the terms "Bye, Felicia" and "It's on Like Donkey Kong"? He talked to Seth Meyers about adding a "Bye, Felicia" line into "Straight Outta Compton" (it was his son's idea) and Seth said the audience he saw the movie with reacted more to that moment than anything in "Star Wars." "People just lost their minds." Ice Cube said the donkey kong line was really his cousin's quote, but he gets credit.
Chloe Grace Moretz was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to explain "The 5th Wave" and talk about filming "The Little Mermaid." She's just getting started on that one, but she has to learn how to swim with a tail ... and she's not that strong a swimmer. Could be interesting!
Here's a video with Paul Giamatti discussing manspreading and bondage. It's good, and gets better as it goes along -- the end is so strong. Paul is co-starring in the new showtime series "Billions," opposite the ginger perfection of Damien Lewis, so he talked that new role. Stephen, unfortunately, watched the first episode with his wife and kids and it is NOT kid-friendly. The opening scene is S&M with Paul tied up by a dominatrix. So Stephen quickly turned it off, and Paul was disappointed. "You missed a teachable moment with your family." Fact. Watch the full video for Paul's excitement about the bondage.

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