She's won an Emmy and she hosted the Emmys. So, at this rate, look for "Glee" star Jane Lynch to actually smelt and forge 300 individual Emmys and hand them out herself next year.
Justin Chon stars in "21 and Over," written by the guy behind "The Hangover." We hope that Justin is okay with nudity and/or Bengal tigers.
Sarah Darling probably has the sweetest name in country music, right next to Wynonna Honeybunch. Her new album is Home to Me.
Colin Farrell stars in "Dead Man Down." Colin is our favorite Irishman, next to Conan and the Lucky Charms leprechaun.
Jenna Elfman plays the first lady on "1600 Penn." First ladies must possess sharp intelligence, cool poise, and thanks to Michelle Obama, a killer set of arms.
Frightened Rabbit is an indie rock band from Scotland; we're stocking the greenroom with haggis as we speak. Their new album is Pedestrian Verse.
Matthew Fox stars in "Emperor," set in post-WWII Japan. Boy, even after "Lost," Matthew keeps landing on islands.
Anthony Jeselnek hosts "The Jeselnik Offensive," a no-holds-barred take on current events with a sharp edge. We're getting our bleep button oiled and ready in case Anthony lets the expletives fly.
Ian Edwards was raised in Jamaica, so maybe we can ask him to confirm that the national sport of Jamaica is in fact "just chillin', mon."
In "Homefront", James Franco plays an evil meth kingpin called Gator. Man, Andy is going to be crushed that he didn't get that part.
Robert Kirkman created "The Walking Dead," so we plan on forwarding him all our therapy bills for getting constantly freaked out by it.
Brit-born Jamie N. Common's new album is called Rumble and Sway, which we still can't believe isn't Cockney rhyming slang for something dodgy.