Did you know that "Glee's" Chris Colfer is an expert at wielding sais, the deadly martial arts dagger? Frankly, we think most showtunes could use more lethal weaponry; imagine "Cats" with flamethrowers!
If you think about it, Charlyne Yi is like if an adorable kitty-cat and an awkward shrug had a baby and then launched it into the comedy world.
Funnyman Matt Braunger takes the stage tonight. Fun fact: The name “Braunger” comes from the German word “Braungneuffen,” which of course means “extra-fancy ketchup.” Please bear in mind, we speak absolutely no German and are probably making this up.
Zach Galifianakis returns to Vegas with the Wolf Pack in "The Hangover Part III" It's rated R & features adult language, nudity, and if you like giraffes, you might want to cover your eyes.
Aaron Paul did his own driving for "Need for Speed." We hope he wasn't as method for "Breaking Bad."
Switchfoot comes by to rock our faces off with a track from their new album, Vice Verses.
She's won an Emmy and she hosted the Emmys. So, at this rate, look for "Glee" star Jane Lynch to actually smelt and forge 300 individual Emmys and hand them out herself next year.
Paul Scheer stars in "NTSF:SD:SUV::." We can definitely appreciate a good colon joke.
Allen Stone drops by to play a song of his new album, Allen Stone. Boy, what a crazy coincidence that he has the same name as his album title. What are the odds of that happening??
People are sometimes surprised that Hugh Laurie is actually British and not American. And what’s even more shocking is that he’s allowed to star in "House" even though he’s not actually a licensed medical doctor. Escandaloso!
Kari Byron hosts "Large Dangerous Rocket Ships", which in addition to being a Freudian minefield, is also a great place to learn about the weird world of competitive rocketry.
The hilarious TJ Miller has a very varied filmography. Who else can say they've been eaten by the monster in "Cloverfield" AND matched wits with Yogi Bear?