Our friend Stuntman Steven Ho is an expert ass-kicker and usually the ass that gets kicked belongs to Conan.
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.
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 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.
Rock god Slash has a new album called Apocalyptic Love. Slash is so rock and roll that it makes total sense that his love would be earth-destroying.
The last time "Parks and Recreation" star "Butter" Aziz Ansari was here, he sang "Kiss From a Rose." We're dying to see what 90s chestnut he has this time. "Waterfalls?" "The Sign?" We're on tenterhooks!
He created "The Big Bang Theory," "Two and a Half Men," and "Mike & Molly" and he's got a new book That Which Doesn't Kill Us Makes Us Bitter. We think you've earned the right to a vacation, Chuck.
West Coast rapper Kendrick Lamar's new album is called good kid, m.A.A.d city, currently giving nightmares to copy editors everywhere.
If there's one comedian who knows the skillful art of cleverly deployed swear words, it's Sarah Silverman. This f-bomb is for you, Sarah!
In "The Wedding Band," Brian Austin Green forms a wedding band with his three close friends. We hope our Basic Cable Band plays "The Funky Chicken" as Brian walks out to keep the theme going.
Father John Misty's new album is titled Fear Fun which is also the lesson the nuns tried to impart to us in Catholic school.