Chelsea Handler hosts "Chelsea Lately," which is our favorite late night adverb-titled talk show.
James Lesure stars in "Men at Work." We're sorry to inform all our 80's pop band fans, but it's a funny show on TBS, not the Aussie band that sang "Down Under."
Bengt Washburn's first name is pronounced "bent.," with a silent g. We think he's a really fgunny comegdian.
We can only assume that Russell Brand's "Brand X" is the only talk show with a budget set aside for bangly bracelets, snakeskin belts and ultra-skinny jeans for the host. Other than Regis' old show, we mean.
Our friend the always-hilarious Jimmy Pardo hosts the "Never Not Funny" Podcast, which is on the cutting edge of double-negative technologies.
Beth Hart's new album is Bang Bang Boom Boom. Look for our Flintstone & Legolas fusion album, Bam Bam Bloom Bloom coming out never.
Jeff Goldblum stars in Wes Anderson's new move, "The Grand Budapest Hotel." That is literally all we need to know, thank you.
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.
Fall Out Boy returns with their new album Save Rock and Roll. We hope there's not a Sophie's Choice where they have to choose between saving either Rock OR Roll.
Eva Mendes stars in "The Place Beyond The Pines," along with Ryan Gosling & Bradley Cooper. God, what a collection of hideously ugly actors; good luck trying to get people to watch those ogres.
Here's an easy trick to check if you're watching Chris Messina on "The Newsroom" or "The Mindy Project" : Is there walking & talking? It's "The Newsroom." Are there pratfalls? It's "The Mindy Project!"
An Awesome Wave is the new album by Alt-J. And look for our new computer-rock band, Ctrl-Alt-Del, to headline a county fair near you.