We will gladly donate a trillion dollars to Alec Baldwin's favorite charity if he calls us "Lemon" and then berates us for being poor and not loving Ronald Reagan sufficiently. Or we could just watch "30 Rock" and paste a Polaroid of our face over Tina Fey. That might be cheaper.
Whenever we watch Damon Wayans, Jr. on "Happy Endings" we end up with a happy ending of our own. Wait, why are you snickering? We meant laughter! Get your minds out of the gutter!!
Eminem protégé Yelawolf tears up our stage with a track off his new album, Radioactive.
This "Modern Family" star is stunningly gorgeous, completely hilarious, and extraordinarily Colombian. Sofia Vergara is just like us!
Paul F. Tompkins has a new Comedy Central special, "Laboring Under Delusions," airing April 21. Look for our new special, "Laboring Under DeLuise" about doing masonry work for Dom DeLuise to air never
On one of her visits here, Tig Notaro had a hilarious bit where she squeaked a stool across the stage for a solid minute. Our barcalounger is quivering in anticipation of her next visit.
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.
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.
"Breaking Bad" is awesome. Aaron Paul is awesome. We don’t have a joke, we just thought we need to drop some awesome truth bombs on you.
Switchfoot comes by to rock our faces off with a track from their new album, Vice Verses.