Kathy Griffin has a new talk show on Bravo called "Kathy." We're a little sad that it doesn't have a 70's-style exclamation point at the end of it, like "Kathy!" It worked for Dinah Shore!
Morgan Spurlock has a new documentary, "Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope" where he braves the nerd horde at Comic-Con. Comic-Con is like turn-of-the-century Ellis Island, only with more lightsabers.
Erin Foley made her TV debut with us last time. We're thrilled that she's come back, despite La Bamba's very messy "first-timers" hazing ritual. Fortunately, buttermilk washes right out.
"The Big Bang Theory" star Simon Helberg has graced us with his Nicolas Cage impression before. One day, we're gonna book the two of them together on the same show and watch the magic happen...
Jerry Crowley runs the Lardon food truck, a food truck that specializes in crazy bacon delicacies. Sorry, can't finish this description, we gotta go eat some of that bacon...
American Idol finalist Haley Reinhart's new album is Listen Up!. It's our favorite album/dad command since the Commodores released You Kids Be Quiet Back There or I'll Turn This Car Around!
Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars as a foul-mouthed, faux-pas prone Vice President on "Veep." It's like if Joe Biden got crossed with Sarah Silverman.
Brian Posehn stars in "Immortalized," a show all about the wacky world of taxidermy. How often do you think they hear the old "No lunch for me, I'm stuffed" joke?
Singer-Songwriter Ben Kweller's new album is Go Fly a Kite. We never understood why that phrase is supposed to be an insult; who doesn't like to fly kites? It's fun! Like origami for the sky!
Our friend Jack Black stars in the black comedy, "Bernie," about an eccentric Texas millionaire and her strange gay mortician companion. Oh sure, that old story...
Simon Doonan is the author of Gay Men Don't Get Fat. Great. Gay men dress better, dance better and now they don't get fat. Neil Patrick Harris, you have EVERYTHING!
Ingrid Michaelson's new album is called Human Again, which we imagine would be an awesome name our fantasy rock supergroup with Pinocchio, Data from "Star Trek," the Terminator, and Robocop.