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.

What time is it? (Other than Tool Time?) Time for a game of Lip Flip on "The Tonight Show!" This week, "Scandal's" Kerry Washington got a temporary lip transplant when she had Jimmy Fallon's kissers plastered onto her mouth. It was, in a word, deeply disturbing (okay, that's two words), but also hilarious.

In what might have been the most FAIL moment in game show history, "The Price Is Right" recently gifted a treadmill to a woman in a wheelchair. Thankfully, Jimmy Kimmel saved the day by bringing her on the show and giving her a present she can use: a cruise. Somewhere, Drew Carey feels terrible about himself.

So, Adam Levine recently out-Adam Levined himself by throwing a microphone in a fan's face, and Jimmy Kimmel made him re-live the awkward moment (for the first time, no less!). Watching Adam squirm while seeing himself take out a fan is amusing to say the least.

The moment we've been waiting for is here: Vogue's Anna Wintour hit up "Late Night" and critiqued the fashion at this year's Met Gala. Spoiler alert: she liked Anne Hathaway's hood dress. Try not to be too appalled.

Anna also showed off her funny side in a sketch where she's revealed to be a comedy icon / puppet master who controls every moment of "Late Night." Watch it –– it's hilarious! Not "Jon Snow Comes To Dinner" hilarious (that was iconic), but still.

Finally, James Corden had a psychic come on "The Late Late Show," and Dana Carvey wasted no time asking if Hillary Clinton would win the next presidential election. Watch the clip to find out whether The USofA is about to get its first female president!