Show Schedule

March 28 - March 31, 2011

  1. Monday, March 28: Episode #0068

    • Jake Gyllenhaal

      Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a young LA police officer in "End of Watch." Jake Gyllenhaal? In a police uniform? TAKE OUR MONEY, MOVIE!

    • Randy Jackson

      He’s everyone’s favorite “American Idol” judge, dog. The legendary record producer and musician is here.

    • Panic! At The Disco

      Panic! At The Disco's new album is entitled Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!. We! Really! Like it!

  2. Tuesday, March 29: Episode #0069

    • Paul Giamatti

      This man can do no wrong when it comes to acting. A recent Golden Globe winner for "Barney's Version" - he's now starring in the film, "Win Win."

    • Olivia Munn

      Olivia Munn stars in Aaron Sorkin's new drama "The Newsroom." We wonder how much stretching she needs to do to limber up for the "walking and talking" scenes?

    • Little Big Town

      This Grammy nominated country foursome will perform a new song of their album, The Reasons Why.

  3. Wednesday, March 30: Episode #0070

    • Greg Kinnear

      Greg Kinnear stars as a self-destructive lawyer in "Rake." That's rake as in, "charming ne'er-do-well" not "gardening tool for leaves."

    • Steve Schirripa

      Steve Schirripa is reuniting with "Sopranos" pals James Gandolfini and Michael Imperioli on "Nicky Deuce," based on the book that Steve wrote. We hope Carmela is bringing by some prosciut' for the craft service table.

    • Mo Mandel

      The very funny Mo Mandel isn't related to Howie Mandel, though he DOES have a predilection for stuffing suitcases with random amounts of money.

  4. Thursday, March 31: Episode #0071

    • Johnny Knoxville

      Johnny Knoxville had to don 3 hours worth of makeup to play an 87 year-old in "Jackass Presents: Bad Grampa" which must be the only time in Hollywood that an actor wanted to look older than his actual age.

    • Kaley Cuoco

      We checked with scientific experts from Stadt to Salt Lake City and it's both a medical and grammatical fact: Kaley Cuoco is just too cute for words on "The Big Bang Theory." It's science!

    • Thompson Square

      Country music duo Thompson Square are also husband & wife. If our parents were a music duo, they'd be called "Silently Judging You." Thompson Square's album is Just Feels Good.