He's our good friend, SNL Alum and the host of Comedy Central's "Sports Show with Norm Macdonald."
Director of instant comedy classics like "Road Trip," "Old School," and "The Hangover" Todd Phillips brings us the laughs again with "The Hangover: Part II."
The Joy Formidable are a three-piece band from North Wales. Their new album is The Big Roar and they rock hard.
Did you know that our friend Kevin Nealon was trained as an orthodontist before getting into comedy? It's not true at all, but doesn't it FEEL right?
Aubrey Plaza has mastered the deadpan stare on"Parks and Recreation." If she gives you one, it's like having Julia Child make you a soufflé.
Lindsey Buckingham plays us a song off of his new album, Seeds We Sow. And unlike "What's Up With That," we would never bump him from the schedule.
Don Johnson plays a porn director in "Bucky Larson." We're already rolling up our blazer sleeves and slipping our sock less feet into our loafers in giddy anticipation.
Busy Phillips character on "Cougar Town" might be our favorite-dim-but-hilarious BFF ever. She had us at her inexplicable hatred of Canadians.
Band of Horses have a new album, Mirage Rock. Please note, at no point did the band's line-up include Flicka, Mr. Ed, or Misty of Chincoteague.
Charlie Day drops by to talk about the new season of "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," Does anyone else find it a little too convenient that a guy named Day is in a show called "Sunny"? And what are the odds that guy named Conan just happened to end up in a show called "Conan"? Hmmmmm?
Fresh off their win at the MTV Video Music Awards, the Foo Fighters rock our house with a song off their new album, Wasting Light.