Show Schedule

March 25 - March 28, 2013

  1. Monday, March 25: Episode #390

    • Magic Johnson

      NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson is educating the world on HIV awareness and the importance of getting tested. He's like a teacher with a mean slam dunk.

    • Thandie Newton

      Thandie Newton stars in "Rogue" as an undercover cop who's fallen in love with a crime boss. The word "awkward" doesn't even begin to cover it.

    • Langhorne Slim & The Law

      Not only is Langhorne Slim a great alt-country musician, his name would make a great ladies' cigarette from the 60s. His album is The Way We Move.

  2. Tuesday, March 26: Episode #391

    • Vanessa Hudgens

      In "Spring Breakers," Vanessa Hudgens plays a party girl who robs stores for kicks. So long, "High School Musical," hello "Jailhouse Rock!"

    • Jerry Trainor

      In "Wendell & Vinnie," Jerry Trainor stars as the owner of a pop culture memorabilia store. If you see a "He-Man & The Masters of the Universe" lunchbox in there, could you set it aside for us?

    • Emily Heller

      The very funny Emily Heller doesn't like to be called a "comedienne." Good point. If she was the host of this show, it's not like we'd call her a hostette.

  3. Wednesday, March 27: Episode #392

    • Seth Green

      Seth Green is the creator of "Robot Chicken," the best thing to happen to old 80s action figures since eBay.

    • Charles Phoenix

      Charles Phoenix can transform any boring party into a mid-century Americana kitsch masterpiece. It's like watching a crazy kaleidoscope version of "Leave It to Beaver."

    • The Milk Carton Kids

      Folksters Milk Carton Kids have a new album called The Ash & Clay. Don't you think it'd be kind of ironic if one of the Milk Carton Kids was lactose intolerant?

  4. Thursday, March 28: Episode #353 (Originally Broadcast 1/9/13)

    • Ricky Gervais

      Ricky Gervais stars in "Muppets Most Wanted." We're dying to know what Fozzie's like off-set. Is he always on or does he chill out off-camera?

    • Deepak Chopra

      Deepak Chopra's new book is What Are You Hungry For?: The Chopra Solution to Permanent Weight Loss, Well-Being and Lightness of Soul. It's like a thighmaster for your chakras.

    • Imagine Dragons

      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.