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.
On one of her visits here, Tig Notaro had a hilarious bit where she squeaked a stool across the stage for a solid minute. Our barcalounger is quivering in anticipation of her next visit.
Frank Turner based his album, England Keep My Bones, off a Shakespeare play. We think we heard LMFAO are doing the exact same thing.
Andy Samburg is hosting the Independent Spirit Awards, the Oscars of low-budget indie movies. For some reason, we can't imagine "The Hobbit" nabbed any nominations.
Josh Hopkins plays Courtney Cox's new husband on "Cougar Town." Shh...don't tell Chandler; he'll be heartbroken.
Lisa Loeb's new album is called No Fairy Tale. But if it WERE a fairy tale, Lisa would TOTALLY be Snow White, but with cooler glasses.
In "Snooki & JWOWW" the two Jersey girls try to grow into adulthood. Don't worry, even though they're partying less, there's still plenty of tanning.
Ken Marino stars in "Burning Love," a parody of "The Bachelor." Any dating show that takes its name from a symptom of the Clap is fine by us.
Mark Normand was born and raised in New Orleans. We'll see if we can pay him for his set entirely in beads and crawfish.
Mila Kunis plays a witch in "Oz: The Great and Powerful." Our inner 5 year-old is dying to ask her, "Are you a good witch, or a bad witch?"
Host of "The Talking Dead," Chris Hardwick braves the geek hordes at Comic Con each year. It's like war reporting, but with less mortar fire and more lightsabers.
Family of the Year's members hail from Wales, Florida and California; that's quite a far-flung family. Their album is Loma Vista.