Didn't stay up for Thursday night's late night talk shows? Moviefone's got you covered. Here's some of what you might have missed:
"SNL" alum Dana Carvey was a guest on "The Tonight Show" and naturally his amazing celebrity impressions came up in conversation. Jimmy Fallon, another "SNL" vet with memorable miming talents, asked him to play a game of "Wheel of Impressions," where two wheels determined which star they'd be imitating and what topic they would have to discuss. Things took a hilarious turn when Dana landed on Al Pacino and magic.
The game continued and the pair had to tackle the task of doing Arnold Schwarzenegger talking about medical marijuana. And even when they stopped playing, Dana couldn't help breaking into more impressions.
On "The Late Show," Michael Douglas was on hand to chat and talked a little bit about his "Ant-Man" role with David Letterman. One revelation: he's not a "comic guy."
Later Michael admitted that he pulled his groin at his son's bar mitzvah. Stars -- they're just like us! We still love you, Michael.
Back on "The Tonight Show," Dana Carvey offered up a little musical treat. The comedian revived his classic "SNL" song "The Lady I Know (Choppin' Broccoli)" complete with a full orchestra. It was a glorious throwback that we fully appreciate.