"Abduction" star Taylor Lautner stops by to [SHRIEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKK!!!!]. We're sorry, even HTML freaks out when it hears that Taylor is on the show.
Kevin Hart stars in "Real Husbands of Hollywood," a spoof of all the "Real Housewives" shows. Who do you think will be the first to flip over a restaurant table?
He co-created "Chappelle's Show" and now Neil Brennan is on our show to bring the funny. We can only hope that La Bamba doesn't end up fleeing to Africa for six months too.
The talented Maria Tomei talks about what it was like to star with Ryan Gosling & George Clooney in "The Ides of March." Boy, it must've been really tough working with those two misshapen gargoyles, like working the cafeteria at a leper colony. Wait, no; it must be the exact opposite of that.
She's our favorite part of our favorite show, "Happy Endings," If you've never heard her deliver her "Au Bon Pain" rant, you simply must. Year of Penny!
The very funny Joe Mande was named one of "100 Jews to Watch" by Heeb Magazine, which is great when it comes from Heeb Magazine, but terrifying if it comes from just about anywhere else.
In "This Is the End," Seth Rogen rides out the apocalypse with James Franco, Danny McBride and Paul Rudd. We've gotta admit, if you've got to greet armageddon, then that's the way to do it.
Scott "Kid Cudi" Mescudi comes by to talk about the new season of "How to Make It in America." Our main hint of how to make it in America? Be born fabulously wealthy. After that, you should be golden!
Daryl Hall drops in to play a track off his album Laughing Down Crying. And just because he's gone solo doesn't mean you can't slap on an official John Oates-brand Mustache and have an impromptu Hall & Oates reunion in the privacy of your own home.
Patton Oswalt stars in "Nature Calls," as a loony scoutmaster taking kids on the scout trip from hell. Loony or not, our scout campouts could have only been improved if Patton was our scoutmaster.
In "Man Woman Wild," Army Special Forces vet Mykel Hawke makes his civilian wife, Ruth England, join him in crazy survival expeditions in dangerous and extreme locales . Man, our Dad had a tough enough time convincing Mom to stay at an off-brand hotel--Mykel Hawke must be one heck of a smooth talker.
Hailing from Wasilla, Alaska, Portugal. The Man play a track off their new album, In the Mountain In the Cloud. Even though they're from the same town, we're gonna hazard a guess and say that Sarah Palin probably never caught a show. Bristol Palin on the other hand...