Show Schedule

March 5 - March 8, 2012

  1. Monday, March 5: Show 225

    • Zac Efron

      Zac Efrons stars in "The Lorax." Zac Efron also stars in our dreams every night where he takes us on a horseback ride on the beach at sunset. But our lawyers have advised us to keep quiet about that.

    • Kirby Bliss Blanton

      Kirby Bliss Blanton is one of the young stars "Project X," a movie about the most epic house party of all time. We hope we can throw a giant rager of party here in the studio. Y'know, for "research."

    • Joe Louis Walker

      Blues guitarist Joe Louis Walker's new album is Hellfire. With a title like that, we're getting flashbacks to Catholic school. Let's hope Joe doesn't have any ruler-wielding nuns in his band.

  2. Tuesday, March 6: Show 226

    • Don Cheadle

      Don Cheadle stars in "House of Lies", which is stylized in the credits as "Hou$e of Lie$." We can't believe there hasn't been a Ke$ha cameo yet.

    • Elisha Cuthbert

      We keep waiting for the cougar from "24" to show up on "Happy Endings" and terrorize Elisha Cuthbert, but it hasn't shown up yet. Fingers crossed for sweeps!

    • WZRD

      Kid Cudi and Dot da Genius make up WZRD, whose new self-titled album is out now. We thnk thyr rlly rlly awsm.

  3. Wednesday, March 7: Show 227

    • Ed Helms

      In the previous "Hangover" movies, Ed Helms lost a tooth & got a Mike Tyson facial tattoo. For the third movie, our money is on Ed getting a full-on cyborg laser arm.

    • Melissa Rauch

      Melissa Rauch's character on "The Big Bang Theory" was a waitress at the Cheesecake Factory. We're really hoping she's a method actress & will bring some cheesecake. OH GOD WE LOVE THAT CHEESECAKE!

    • Kumail Nanjiani

      Kumail Nanjiani stars in Mike Judge's new HBO show, "Silicon Valley," about the early, crazy days of 80s tech companies. Literally everything about that sentence makes us want to watch.

  4. Thursday, March 8: Show 228

    • Jon Hamm

      Jon Hamm stars in "Mad Men" & "Friends with Kids." We love him but we're always secretly bummed that Jon doesn't actually live in 1960s Manhattan. We see him with an iPhone & the illusion is ruined!

    • Rob Riggle

      Rob Riggle returns in "22 Jump Street" as our favorite drug dealing high school teacher. Next to Bryan Cranston, of course.

    • Mike Lawrence

      The very funny Mike Lawrence once performed at Comic-Con. We wonder if he's got a tight five on how many stretchy purple pants the Hulk must go through on any given week? His new album is Sadamantium