Show Schedule

February 21 - February 24, 2011

  1. Monday, February 21: Episode #0053

    • Ed Helms

      In the previous "Hangover" movies, Ed Helms lost a tooth & got a Mike Tyson facial tattoo. For the third movie, our money is on Ed getting a full-on cyborg laser arm.

    • Carmelo Anthony

      The All-Star forward from the Denver Nuggets the gold-medalist USA Olympic basketball team, Carmelo Anthony will be here.

    • Chromeo

      The Canadian electrofunk duo Chromeo will rock the jams for Stage 15! Their album "Business Casual" is available now.

  2. Tuesday, February 22: Episode #0054

    • Matthew Perry

      We tape mere feet from where "Go On" star Matthew Perry filmed "Friends" on the WB lot. It'll be like a high school reunion only with more laughs and less awkward photos.

    • Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino

      This season, the "Jersey Shore" crew goes to Italy to "re-discover their roots." Which we think is the same excuse they gave to Lucky Luciano when he was deported.

    • Jason Aldean

      The country-music platinum artist will be performing a song from his latest album "My Kinda Party".

  3. Wednesday, February 23: Episode #0055

    • Jason Sudeikis

      Our takeaway from the most recent election: 4 more years of Jason Sudeikis as Joe Biden on "SNL"!!

    • Brandon T. Jackson

      The comedian and actor from such films as "Tropic Thunder" and "Lottery Ticket" will be talking about his role in the new film "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son".

    • G. Love & Special Sauce

      The alternative blues musician G. Love will be performing a song from his new album "Fixin To Die"--streaming now on!

  4. Thursday, February 24: Episode #0056

    • Cory Monteith

      "Glee" star Cory Monteith was born in Canada, where we're pretty sure the national anthem is, "Let's Get Some More Poutine, Eh?"

    • Stephen Merchant

      Stephen Merchant stars in "Hello Ladies," which is coincidentally how LaBamba likes to greet Conan and Andy every morning.

    • Kumail Nanjiani

      Kumail Nanjiani stars in Mike Judge's new HBO show, "Silicon Valley," about the early, crazy days of 80s tech companies. Literally everything about that sentence makes us want to watch.