Show Schedule

July 16 - July 19, 2012

  1. Monday, July 16: Episode #277

    • Denis Leary

      He starred in the "Amazing Spider-Man" and now Denis Leary reprises his role as a sabertooth tiger in "Ice Age: Continental Drift.." Who knew it’d be such an animal-intensive summer for Denis this year?

    • Steve Byrne

      The hilarious Steve Byrne is half Irish and half Korean. You can fill in your own potatoes and kimchi joke here.

    • Cristela Alonzo

      Not only is Cristela Alonzo a hilarious comedian, but she also appears in one scene in "Sons of Anarchy." Welcome to our show, Cristela, PLEASE DON'T SHOOT US AND LEAVE US FOR DEAD.

  2. Tuesday, July 17: Episode #278

    • Elijah Wood

      In "Wilfred", only Elijah Wood can see or hear an Australian accented guy in a dog suit. That’s odd; usually the talking dogs we know speak in a French accent.

    • Claire Smith

      Our friend, Molecular Mixologist Claire Smith, can whip up some crazy drinks using the weirdest techniques. Our mixology skills usually tap out around "open can of PBR" and "drink can of PBR."

    • Kip Moore

      Country Music star Kip Moore's new album is Up All Night, which has the song "Beer Money" on it. It's great but we don't understand--ALL our money is beer money.

  3. Wednesday, July 18: Episode #279

    • Bryan Cranston

      We're afraid to even joke around "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston, lest he take it the wrong way and shoot us in our FACE.

    • Ringling Bros. "Globe of Steel"

      For the first time, the good folks at Ringling Bros. will have EIGHT motorcycles speedily circling around in their Globe of Steel. We'll be watching through our terrified fingers.

    • Walk the Moon

      Walk the Moon has a new self-titled album out now. We should warn them: though our moon on stage looks very sturdy, they probably shouldn't walk on it. Safety first!

  4. Thursday, July 19: Episode #280

    • Freida Pinto

      We know it came out last summer, but we’re hoping "Trishna" star Freida Pinto can introduce us to the monkeys from "Rise of the Planet of the Apes." They seemed fun!

    • Chris Hardwick

      Host of "The Talking Dead," Chris Hardwick braves the geek hordes at Comic Con each year. It's like war reporting, but with less mortar fire and more lightsabers.

    • Sebastian Maniscalco

      Sebastian Maniscaclo's Showtime special "What's Wrong With People?" is out now on DVD. We can't speak for the rest of people, but as for what's wrong with us? Lactose intolerance.