Courtney Cox is our new neighbor now that the hilarious "Cougar Town" has moved to TBS. Welcome aboard, Courtney; we made you some cookies.
Chris D'Elia stars in "Whitney," one of our favorite shows, even though we assumed it was all about the invention of the cotton gin.
Tucson native Dan Soder just won the title of "New York's Funniest Comedian." Who knew that adobe jokes killed in the Big Apple?
We checked with scientific experts from Stadt to Salt Lake City and it's both a medical and grammatical fact: Kaley Cuoco is just too cute for words on "The Big Bang Theory." It's science!
Anthony Mackie stars in "Gangster Squad." Meanwhile, still no star attached to our aquarium-based crime film, "Gangster Squid." Yes, we're embarrassed for ourselves.
Gary Clark Jr.'s new album is Blak and Blu. We think it's realy gret.
We’re sure Ricky will be his normal shy, reserved self while he’s here. Nahhhh...he’ll be hilariously insulting to someone, most likely.
Spiritual guru Deepak Chopra's new book is called Super Brain. We checked the index and there is a suprising lack of Clark Kent throughout the book.
Not only is Imagine Dragons a great indie-rock band, they're also a great tongue twister if you say their name enough times. Their new album is Night Visions.
We don’t know how it’s even possible, but somehow Ryan Gosling looks even hotter behind a fedora and a tommy gun in "Gangster Squad."
Kevin Hart stars in "Real Husbands of Hollywood," a spoof of all the "Real Housewives" shows. Who do you think will be the first to flip over a restaurant table?
ZZ Ward was born Zsuzsanna Eva Ward. She must've had a hell of a time trying to find one of those personalized mini license plates as a kid. Her album is Til the Casket Drops .