Show Schedule

September 10 - September 13, 2012

  1. Monday, September 10: Episode #300

    • Kelsey Grammer

      On "Boss," Kelsey Grammer plays the amoral, underhanded mayor of Chicago. We checked; and it turns out it's NOT a documentary.

    • NeNe Leakes

      NeNe Leakes plays a sassy, no-nonsense personal assistant on "The New Normal." We wonder if there's such a thing as a sassy, no-nonsense neurosurgeon. If there is, let's get NeNe to play her!

    • The Head and the Heart

      The Head and the Heart's new album is Let's Be Still, which is also the game our babysitter would beg for us to play.

  2. Tuesday, September 11: Episode #301

    • Eva Longoria

      The beautiful Eva Longoria has teamed up with Frito-Lay to help America pick the newest Lay's potato chip flavor. Somehow, we think our "Clam 'n Curry" flavor won't pull in many votes.

    • James Marsden

      James Marsden has described his "Bachelorette," character as "an unabashed douchebag." And yet despite all that, he's still amazingly dreamy. CURSE YOU AND YOUR UNSTOPPABLE CHARM, MARSDEN!!

    • Roy Wood Jr.

      The very funny Roy Wood, Jr. does stand-up AND stars on "Sullivan & Son." We think he just offered to cater our show too, he's so industrious!

  3. Wednesday, September 12: Episode #302

    • Bob Costas

      The Olympics are over, football is just about to begin, and even though Bob Costas should be recharging on a beach in Curacao, he's here with us. What a mensch!

    • Lake Bell

      We're so happy we booked the beautiful Lake Bell from "In A World..." and not her non-union stunt double, Lagoon Gong. She's not nearly as fun.

    • The Hives

      The Hives are back with their new album, Lex Hives. We're brushing up our best black and white outfits in their honor.

  4. Thursday, September 13: Episode #303

    • Steven Ho

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

    • James Van Der Beek

      We don't wanna wait for James Van Der Beek to come over / he's on "Don't Trust the B" and "Backwards." (Sorry Paula Cole!)

    • The Walkmen

      The Walkmen recorded their new album Heaven in the woods of Washington state. If you listen closely, you can hear the sound of relentless rain falling on flannel in the background.