Show Schedule

January 21 - January 24, 2013

  1. Monday, January 21: Episode #359

    • 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."

    • Busy Philipps

      Busy Phillips character on "Cougar Town" might be our favorite-dim-but-hilarious BFF ever. She had us at her inexplicable hatred of Canadians.

    • Coheed and Cambria

      Rockers Coheed and Cambria base all their albums on a trippy sci-fi storyline. We should introduce them to the boys from "The Big Bang Theory." Their album is The Afterman: Descension

  2. Tuesday, January 22: Episode #360

    • Julia Stiles

      Julia Stiles stars in "Silver Linings Playbook," a great film nominated for eight Oscars. Out of respect, we're shelving our "Gangnam Stiles" joke we had ready. You're welcome, America.

    • DJ Qualls

      Our pal DJ Qualls stars in FX's new series, "Legit" We're waiting for MC Hammer to star in the companion show, "2 Quit."

    • The Lone Bellow

      The awesome new band The Lone Bellow has been described as if The Civil Wars & Ray Montaigne had a music baby. Sounds about right to us. Their self-titled album is out Jan. 22.

  3. Wednesday, January 23: Episode #361

    • Kathy Griffin

      Kathy Griffin has a new talk show on Bravo called "Kathy." We're a little sad that it doesn't have a 70's-style exclamation point at the end of it, like "Kathy!" It worked for Dinah Shore!

    • Blake Anderson

      Last Christmas, "Workaholics" star Blake Anderson hurt himself jumping from his roof to his beer pong table, once again proving the need for standard airbags to be installed in all beer pong tables.

    • Electric Guest

      Indie popsters Electric Guest have an awesome name; in the 1800s, they probably would've been called "Steam-Powered Visitant." Their album, Mondo is out now.

  4. Thursday, January 24: Episode #362

    • Jack McBrayer

      It's the last season for Jack McBrayer on "30 Rock." Let's hope Kenneth the Page is running Kabletown by the final episode.

    • Gemma Arterton

      Gemma Arterton stars in "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters," an updated version of the fairy tale. Look for our "Miss Muffet: Spider Slayer" to hit theaters next summer.

    • Mo Mandel

      The very funny Mo Mandel isn't related to Howie Mandel, though he DOES have a predilection for stuffing suitcases with random amounts of money.