Our team of 37 heavily caffeinated editors has spent all day hand-crafting a brilliantly selected array of the best TV clips from last night so you don’t miss anything you shouldn’t. Watch what you want, skip what you don’t. Just be sure to swing back around tomorrow for more of yesterday’s greatest stuff.

Last night Justin Theroux showed Jimmy Kimmel a trailer for his film adaptation of that viral clip of the drunken UConn mac and cheese kid. SIKE, that film adaptation’s not real, but it looks real, and like, for a second you probably thought it was actually real, didn’t you? The real highlight of this here late night clip, though, is Theroux and Kimmel as two giggly friends pretending that the trailer Theroux brought in was unexpected. Those guys definitely knew they were gonna show a clip, they were just pranking us!

Meanwhile over on Late Night, Nathan Fielder told Seth Meyers about his dream vacation to Italy, which involves a broken GPS, some pastas with nice sauces, and a lot of consternation surrounding complicated romantic feelings for a kind-hearted, 90-year-old woman.

James Corden had to juggle some romantic feelings yesterday, too, when his interview with Cindy Crawford and Matt Bomer got too beautiful to handle. We all know that feel, or at least those of us who have interviewed beautiful celebs do! So not all of us I guess. Not me for sure.

On the Late Show, noted Bible-heads Oprah and Colbert played a game of “favorite Bible verses.” Colbert’s go-to verse is essentially “don’t worry,” and Oprah’s is good, too!

And for podcast lovers, another Colbert clip to check out is this live reading of the Community Calendar from “Welcome To Night Vale.” And if you’re not a podcast lover, check em out, a lot of podcasts are v. good!