"Ted" director Seth McFarlane is hosting the Oscars. What's the over-under on Stewie appearing and making fun of Steven Spielberg?
The awesome Retta from "Parks and Recreation"gave the world "Treat Yo Self" and frankly, that's enough for her to earn the Nobel Peace Prize in our book.
Our pal Jack White's new album is Blunderbuss. Why aren't more albums named after old-timey weapons? We'd love to see Jack release an EP called Flintlock.
Nick Offerman plays Ron Swanson on “Parks and Recreation.” We don't think Ron wouldn't cotton to this whole internet thing; seems wasteful and not sufficiently masculine.
"This Is 40"star Chris Dowd was born and raised in County Roscommon, Ireland. Maybe he and Conan can swap their favorite boiled meat recipes.
Graham Parker & the Rumour's new album is Three Chords Good, which sounds like the musical adaptation of Animal Farm.
Michael C. Hall stars in "Dexter." Just to be on the safe side, we're going to replace all the silverware in the green room with plastic utensils. You never know how method some actors are.
Charlyne Yi co-stars in "This Is 40". It's a big ensemble cast, but she'll probably be the one wearing the guitar and the cat ears, singing a wacky song about the inexorable march of time.
The very funny Tommy Johnagin dropped out of college at 21 to do comedy full-time. We hope he sends a copy of his set here to his guidance counselor just to show that it all turned out okay.
Armie Hammer is starring as "The Lone Ranger." We hope he's been practicing saying "Hi-yo, Silver! Away!" because he's gonna get that A LOT now.
Though they're both pale-skinned, ginger Irishmen, there are subtle but crucial differences between Sheamus & Conan. Catch "WWE Tribute to the Troops" on Dec. 19 on USA and Dec. 22 on NBC.
Ryan Adams has a new song on the "This Is 40" soundtrack & plays himself in the movie. And just like that, Ryan gets one degree closer to Kevin Bacon.