We're afraid to even joke around "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston, lest he take it the wrong way and shoot us in our FACE.
Host of "The Talking Dead," Chris Hardwick braves the geek hordes at Comic Con each year. It's like war reporting, but with less mortar fire and more lightsabers.
Like the great philosophers Donny & Marie once said, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros are a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n roll. Their eponymous album is out now.
Seth Green is the creator of "Robot Chicken," the best thing to happen to old 80s action figures since eBay.
Marc Maron stars in "Maron" on IFC. We kinda wish there was an exclamation point at the end to make it seem like a 70s talk show, like "Dinah!"
Tedeschi Trucks Band's new album is Made Up Mind. Appropriately enough, we've already decided we love it.
Justin Timberlake is starring in "Friends with Benefits," where he decides to start sleeping with his best friend. In unrelated news, we would now like to be BFF with Justin Timberlake.
Jon Ronson, author of The Psychopath Test, learned from expert psychologists how to identify psychopaths. We think this is great skill to have here in Hollywood.
We think Myq Kaplan is a pretty funny comedian. Or as he might spell it, a prytee fuhne khomydyn.
The lovely Lisa Kudrow stars as an online shrink in "Web Therapy." If Skype freezes up, do you think you still have to pay for the full hour?
The hilarious Nate Bargatze's name is an anagram for "Zebra Ate Tang." Coincidentally, our power animal has always been a zebra gently sipping the astronaut's drink of choice.