Show Schedule

September 3 - September 6, 2012

  1. Monday, September 3: Episode #263 (Originally Broadcast 6/6/12)

    • Jennifer Love Hewitt

      Jennifer Love Hewitt used to whisper to ghosts and now she massages guys on "The Client List." We bet the ghosts are upset they didn't realize they could ask for a massage too.

    • Breckin Meyer

      Breckin Meyer is the creator of "Men at Work." Please note, it's the funny sitcom on TBS, not the 80s Australian band. But it does make us hope that there's a kangaroo-based plot line in future episodes.

    • JD McPherson

      JD McPherson’s new album is Signs and Signifiers. To get that authentic rockabilly sound, JD used vintage mics. We’re gonna tell people our ’96 Corolla gives us that authentic rockabilly drive.

  2. Tuesday, September 4: Episode #297

    • David Mizejewski

      National Wildlife Federation Naturalist & Animal Expert David Mizejewski has a bevy of wild 'n crazy animals to show off. Why can't we ever book a sleepy kitten expert? It'd be easier on our nerves.

    • Kunal Nayyar

      Kunal Nayyar's character on "The Big Bang Theory" has trouble talking to women. We can relate--we had the exact same problem in high school. And in college. And right now.

    • Todd Barry

      Todd Barry has appeared on "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," and "Pootie Tang." Stop stealing our dream gigs, Todd! His new special is Crowd Work.

  3. Wednesday, September 5: Episode #298

    • Lauren Graham

      "Parenthood" star Lauren Graham's first acting job was as a dog mascot named Striker for the World Cup. So keep hope alive, guy dressed as Minnie Mouse at Disneyland! It's gonna work out fine.

    • Rob Delaney

      The hilarious Rob Delaney was awarded the title Funniest Person on Twitter. Somewhere, Carrot Top punches his pillow and quietly hisses, "I'll get you next year, Delaney!"

    • Best Coast

      The cover of Best Coast's new album, The Only Place, has a brown bear hugging the state of California. If Best Coast were from New York, it'd be the Statue of Liberty giving the finger to New Jersey.

  4. Thursday, September 6: Episode #299

    • Seth Green

      Seth Green is the creator of "Robot Chicken," the best thing to happen to old 80s action figures since eBay.

    • Mary Lynn Rajskub

      Mary Lynn Rajskub stars in the new movie, "The Kings of Summer." Do you think she got custody of the "beep-beep-Beep-BEEP!!" from "24?" We imagine Kiefer is probably super-tired of it by now.

    • Milo Greene

      Even though their band name is Milo Greene, scandalously, none of the members are named Milo OR Greene. Their new self-titled album is out now.