Billy Eicher and James Van Der Beek's Rough Starts in TV and More Late Night TV Highlights

Billy Eichner and Seth Meyers

Apr. 25 2014, Published 3:07 p.m. ET

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The late night landscape continues to evolve, yet the laughs keep coming. In this week's Late Night Booty Call, several late night torches were passed, a rousing game of beer hockey was played and NPH got really real. Check out the highlights below!

Stephen Colbert appeared on The Late Show to chat about a random assortment of topics with David Letterman. Oh, and also about that thing where he's taking over the show next year.

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Former Daily Show correspondent John Oliver kicks off his new show this weekend on HBO, but stopped by The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to relive that time he got a little misty-eyed on TV.

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Billy on The Street's Billy Eichner chatted with Seth Meyers about his "big" break on SNL when he was 12.

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Timothy Simons, better known as Jonah from HBO's Veep told David Letterman he really "boned" his audition for the show. What a Jonad thing to say!

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David Duchovny and Jimmy Fallon played an intense and insanely fun game of beer hockey, sure to be the nation's hottest new drinking game.

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So what did Neil Patrick Harris think about the How I Met Your Mother ending? It's kind of the opposite opinion that the rest of us had about it.

James Van Der Beek knows what it's like to have a really rough audition. That experience definitely would've made Dawson cry.

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What was your favorite late night appearance this week? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine

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