Noted Salt Lake City bar owner Ty Burrell drops in to tell us about the life of small business owner. What's that? Oh, and we guess he's in something called "Modern Family," too. But we mostly want to hear about Utah zoning issues!
She's just joined "The Doctors," and now Jillian Michaels stops by to tell us how to stay fit & healthy. We bet no one will touch the cupcakes in the green room tonight for fear of Jillian smacking it out of their hands and making them do sit-ups.
Ryan Adams has a new song on the "This Is 40" soundtrack & plays himself in the movie. And just like that, Ryan gets one degree closer to Kevin Bacon.
In "The Millers," Will Arnett's mother moves in with him. We know it's a comedy, but to us, that sounds like the most terrifying horror show possible.
Deepak Chopra's new book is What Are You Hungry For?: The Chopra Solution to Permanent Weight Loss, Well-Being and Lightness of Soul. It's like a thighmaster for your chakras.
Brent Weinbach stops by to perform stand-up.
Our friend Stuntman Steven Ho is an expert ass-kicker and usually the ass that gets kicked belongs to Conan.
Michael C. Hall stars in the astonishing"Kill Your Darlings," detailing the early days of the Beat Poets. It's like "Jim Henson's Ginsburg Babies."
Gary Gulman is a funny comedian and not, as we originally thought, a superhero bitten by a radioactive beach bird. So, what are we gonna do with all this fan fic of Gull-Man fighting his arch-enemy, Kelpetron??
Sarah Michelle Gellar plays Robin Williams' daughter on "The Crazy Ones." If we had to guess what being Robin's daughter was like, it'd probably be somewhere between hilariously awesome & exhausting.
Simon Helberg is known for three things: starring in "The Big Bang Theory", his Nicolas Cage impression, & his award-winning BBQ sauce. We might only have time for the first two, though.
Our friends the Dropkick Murphys have a new album, Signed and Sealed in Blood, which we think was also the title of a Dora the Explorer DVD.