Show Schedule

October 1 - October 4, 2012

  1. Monday, October 1: Episode #312

    • Rashida Jones

      The beautiful Rashida Jones stars in "Parks & Recreation", which has become one of our absolute comedy favorites. C'mon everybody! Treat yo self!

    • Adam DeVine

      You know what they say about Adam Devine¹s new show: Ain't no party like an Adam Devine House Party, because an Adam Devine House Party premieres on Comedy Central this fall (Nobody actually says this).

    • The Shins

      We've been waiting five years for a new album from The Shins and finally Port of Morrow is here. Indie-rock champagne for everyone!

  2. Tuesday, October 2: Episode #313

    • Timothy Olyphant

      Timothy Olyphant is the very handsome star of "Justified" which we just learned is not an action-drama about font placement. If you want that, you’ll have to read our spec script, "Sans Serif."

    • Ashley Greene

      In "Butter" Ashley Green plays a sullen teen with a massive crush on Olivia Wilde. So, she's playing us in high school, essentially.

    • Hari Kondabolu

      Not only is Hari Kondabolu hilarious but he has a Masters in Human Rights from the London School of Economics. We haven't been this impressed since we found out Louis CK has a Ph.D in applied physics.

  3. Wednesday, October 3: Episode #314

    • Jennifer Garner

      In "Butter", Jennifer Garner stars as a scheming butter-sculpting whiz locked in a merciless battle with a young butter-sculpting phenom. You know, THAT old story.

    • Terry Crews

      "Draft Day"star Terry Crews is so muscular that weights lift him to stay in shape.

    • Tegan and Sara

      Teegan and Sara's new album is Heartthrob. They're our favorite identical twins since Tomax and Xamot from GI Joe.

  4. Thursday, October 4: Episode #315

    • Jenny McCarthy

      In her new book, Bad Habits: Confessions of a Recovering Catholic, Jenny McCarthy reveals that she wanted to be a nun. If nuns looked like Jenny McCarthy, we bet the pews would be packed on Sunday.

    • J.J. Abrams

      J.J. Abrams directed "Star Trek Into Darkness" and will be directing the next Star Wars movie. Look for J.J. to take over directing our show about halfway through his interview.

    • Slash

      Rock god Slash produced, scored and wrote a new song for his movie "Nothing Left to Fear." We'll hazard a guess and say it's probably not a romantic comedy.