Chelsea Handler hosts "Chelsea Lately," which is our favorite late night adverb-titled talk show.
Funny or Die's "Billy on the Street" has Billy Eichner doing some hysterical man-on-the-street comedy. Why can't we just once have flan-on-the-street interviews? It's not as funny but it's DELICIOUS.
The Doyle & Debbie Show is a hilarious (and heartfelt!) salute to country music. It's twangy, it's fantastic...it's twangtastic!
Bill Maher takes down political buffoons from both sides on "Real Time." Fortunately for us, we're strict Bull Moose Partiers, so we're never offended.
Musical legend Gregg Allman talks all about his incredible, crazy life in My Cross to Bear. Any book that talks about close friendships with Jimmy Carter AND Cher is A-OK in our eyes.
We must profess that Hannibal Buress is doing press for his new Comedy Central special "Hannibal Buress: Animal Furnace" with great finesse, greater success and little stress . Yes.
Liam Neeson fights alien invaders in "Battleship." Can't he just use his lightsaber? Or call Batman? Or the rest of the A-Team?
Marc Maron stars in "Maron" on IFC. We kinda wish there was an exclamation point at the end to make it seem like a 70s talk show, like "Dinah!"
The very funny Brody Stevens was once a guide at Radio City Music Hall. Like an Eskimo, we bet Brody has over 500 words for Rockettes' legs.
Our friend, the very funny Wanda Sykes, talks about being a mom to twins in her stand-up act. We hope & pray that she's got two "Sykes Tykes" t-shirts already made up for them. Because HELLO?ADORABLE.
The gorgeous Brookyln Decker stars in the big screen adaptation of "Battleship". We don’t own a battleship, but she is welcome to sink our 1996 Toyota Corolla anytime.
Rufus Wainwright’s done Judy at Carnegie, an opera at the Palace and now he’s got a great new album called Out of the Game. We love it already.