Show Schedule

July 2 - July 5, 2012

  1. Monday, July 2: Episode #216 (Originally Broadcast 2/16/12)

    • Steve Martin

      Steve Martin has a new book, The Ten Make That Nine, Habits of Very Organized People. We couldn’t possibly top that, so we’re just going to turn off the lights & file out slowly.

    • Rebecca Romijn

      "King & Maxwell" star Rebecca Romijn comes from a mixed marriage: she's 50% American, 50% Dutch, and 100% incredibly gorgeous.

    • Cake

      Cake’s new album is Showroom of Compassion, which would be a great name to use if Mother Teresa sold a line of high-end sports cars.

  2. Tuesday, July 3: Episode #219 (Originally Broadcast 2/22/12)

    • Jennifer Aniston

      Jennifer Aniston stars in"We're The Millers" as a drug-smuggling stripper. She truly is America's sweetheart.

    • Ron and Amy Shirley

      Ron & Amy Shirley are the owners of Lizard Lick Towing Company, one of the craziest repo companies out there. We don't think we're behind on our payments, but we're gonna keep an eye on our Datsun anyway.

    • Jay Larson

      Comedian Jay Larson has a new comedy album, Self-Diagnosed. We're pros at "self-diagnosing," but we're still working on the whole "self-prescribing-ourselves-painkillers" thing.

  3. Wednesday, July 4: Episode #222 (Originally Broadcast 2/28/12)

    • Betty White

      Betty White's "Off Their Rockers" is our favorite senior citizen prank show, right next to "60 Minutes."

    • Ken Marino

      Ken Marino stars in "Burning Love," a parody of "The Bachelor." Any dating show that takes its name from a symptom of the Clap is fine by us.

    • Young Jeezy Featuring Ne-Yo

      Young Jeezy has a new album called Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition. We took Thug Motivation 102 in college but had to drop it because it conflicted with our Advance Pimp Theory class.

  4. Thursday, July 5: Episode #224 (Originally Broadcast 3/1/12)

    • Steven Ho

      Our friend Stuntman Steven Ho is an expert ass-kicker and usually the ass that gets kicked belongs to Conan.

    • Nancy and Beth

      They sing! They dance! They're funny! They're beautiful! If they weren't so nice, we'd be suspicious that Nancy and Beth's Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt are a little too perfect...

    • Mona

      Mona's new self-titled album is out now. We totally admit that each time we say the band's name, we do it in our best Tony Danza "Who's the Boss?" voice.