Show Schedule

May 7 - May 10, 2012

  1. Monday, May 7: Episode #251

    • Metta World Peace

      Formerly known as Ron Artest, LA Laker Metta World Peace has such an inspirational new name. We're kinda lazy, so our new name would probably be "Tries To Recycle If It's Not Too Much Of A Thing."

    • Matt Walsh

      Matt Walsh goes from dirty "Veep" politics to giant killer tornadoes in "Into the Storm." They're both pretty lethal when you think about it.

    • The Lumineers

      Folk rockers The Lumineers have their self-titled album out now. We can't wait; we're suckers for a good mandolin solo.

  2. Tuesday, May 8: Episode #252

    • Piers Morgan

      Irascible Brit Piers Morgan asks the tough questions on “Piers Morgan Tonight.” The toughest question we get asked is usually “Do we want to super-size that?” And our answer is always yes, yes, yes!

    • Ben Falcone

      Ben Falcone stars in "What to Expect When You're Expecting." We hope the twitter hashtag for the movie is gonna be #W2XWURXTING.

    • Ed Sheeran

      Ed Sheeran’s new album is entitled + which may be one of our favorite typographical album titles ever, along with £ and of course, ə.

  3. Wednesday, May 9: Episode #253

    • Joel McHale

      Joel McHale stars in "Deliver Us From Evil" as a tough, experienced cop. He's armed with both a gun and a withering series of sarcastic insults.

    • Nina Dobrev

      Nina Dobrev's "Vampire Diaries" character recently transformed into a bloodsucker. Plasma must be good for the skin because Nina looks GORGEOUS.

    • Reggie Watts

      Our pal Reggie Watts has a very distinctive head of hair. While it makes him a very funny comedian, it would probably make him the WORST spy ever.

  4. Thursday, May 10: Episode #254

    • Tom Selleck

      Our pal, "Blue Bloods" star Tom Selleck, stops by the studio. Do you think if we ask him nicely, he'll get into a mustache fight with LaBamba? The smart money's on Selleck's `stache, but LaBamba's soup strainer is a scrapper with a lotta heart!

    • Zosia Mamet

      Zosia Mamet stars in “Girls.” on HBO. If you come across something called “Girls! Girls! Girls!” on pay cable, we can assure you, it is NOT the same thing.

    • The Wombats

      Liverpool-based band The Wombat's album The Wombats Proudly Present... This Modern Glitch is available now. Hmmm…a Liverpool band with a kooky animal name…it rings a bell…