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.

By now, you may have seen the "Conan" Tuesday night. Ryan Reynolds was the night's big guest and the whole show went TV-MA for the R-rated movie trailer. Conan said it was the first time ever in the history of the show for them to get that rating. The benefits of cable! "In other words, ladies and gentleman, tonight we can really f--king cut loose." (That had to be bleeped, though.) Andy Richter also openly gave Conan the finger instead of secretly giving it under his desk, like he normally does.

Did you know that Deadpool saved Conan's life? Watch that play out in the (hilarious) video below, which features panda tears and Conan's bony lack of a rear-end. ("Where's your ass?!" "It's not my fault!" "Medic!") Mr. Blake Lively had a lot to say during his "Conan" visit. He talked about being a father and how he was kind of a smartass to his own dad, taking a pic of his own penis with his dad's camera. (!) Ryan said his father used to take hundreds of photos of dumb things and e-mail them (using dial-up) to everyone. So one time, when Ryan was about 18, he grabbed the camera and went into the bathroom and took a dick pic. He just wanted to see if his dad would see and edit the photo before it went out. But nope -- it went out to everyone.

Speaking of TV-MA, Gordon Ramsay, Matilda Ramsay, Josh Charles, and Milky Chance were on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and James said the last time Gordon was a guest, it was the most bleeped show they'd ever had. It had 27 bleeps, 19 of which were from Gordon. So Gordon and Josh both swore even more, and James proudly showed off the Idiot Sandwich meme that went viral after Gordon's chef sketch with Julie Chen.
Here's a must-see: "The Office" alum Craig Robinson performed a song called "Chocolate Muffins" on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," as part of the promotion for his new show "Mr. Robinson." "Damn, girl, it's getting hot in here from all this pre-heating..."

Kate Mara was on "The Tonight Show" -- she seemed a bit nervous -- and told Jimmy Fallon she found out she was cast in "Fantastic Four" via Twitter. So sometimes Twitter can be helpful! There's a clip from the movie in the video below. She also suggested anyone who hasn't seen "House of Cards" yet should just leave and go watch it. True.

The legend that is Don Rickles was on "The Tonight Show" and heckled Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. He just had a few backhanded compliments and constructive criticism.

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