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.

"The Age of Adaline" star Blake Lively was on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday night, and she talked about fangirling (badly) all over co-star Harrison Ford. She was excited to be around Indiana Jones -- although she had only watched those movies the day before they started shooting "Adaline." Jimmy Fallon brought up that Harrison is also Han Solo. Blake admitted that she still hasn't seen "Star Wars." Blake: "I saw the one with Natalie Portman and Hayden Christensen. Does that count?" NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. She just knew him as the dude with the earring who was married to Calista Flockhart, which she thought was awesome. Then she watched all three Indiana Jones movies the night before shooting. (There are four now, but it's OK to skip the fourth one.) She fangirled too hard and Harrison wasn't into it. Blake's husband, Ryan Reynolds, suggested she ignore him when she returned to set, just to play it cool. Now Harrison Ford is ignoring her back and it's awkward. Ryan really needs to sit her down with Harrison Ford's whole filmography, not just "Star Wars" but all of it. She needs to atone. Jimmy and Blake also played a game called "Say Anything," where you say random words and the first person to stumble gets tape on their face. Jimmy ended up covered in tape, like a sticky Hannibal Lecter. He may have enjoyed it, though. Courteney Cox was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," talking about her feature directorial debut and how it was different from working on "Friends." Her 10-year-old daughter, Coco, has a role in the film and even though it's Rated R, she got to attend the premiere. Courteney also brought a photograph promoting "Every Drop Counts" and if you look at it a certain way, it's dirty. Courteney also talked about her fiance, who is from Northern Ireland. Her own family is from Alabama and they attempted to speak with Irish accents. You can see the family's attempts in the second video. Paul Rudd was on "Late Show with David Letterman" and admitted that, 30 years ago, he joined The David Letterman Fan Club. Paul kept his button and brought it on the show. He also kept his David Letterman sponge that he never put in water. So Dave brought out some water, to close the circle and have Paul dip the sponge right there on the show. Nothing amazing happened, but Paul did say it was a pretty lame fan club. Cute, though. Ben McKenzie, Kristen Stewart, and Mark Ronson were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and Kristen talked about her new tattoo, and her other tattoos. Mark got a tattoo of his wife's name and told a great story of a friend who got drunk and wanted a Jim Morrison tat and ended up with Val Kilmer as Jim Morrison. Here's James rapping his opening monologue, with Mark Ronson in the DJ booth. It's so Fallon that Fallon probably wants to book James next.