Show Schedule

August 5 - August 8, 2013

  1. Monday, August 5:

    • Lisa Kudrow

      The lovely Lisa Kudrow stars as an online shrink in "Web Therapy." If Skype freezes up, do you think you still have to pay for the full hour?

    • Diego Luna

      Diego Luna stars in "Elysium," a movie where the super-rich elite literally live above the teeming masses of the poor & indigent. You might know it from its original title, "Present-Day Los Angeles."

    • Florida Georgia Line

      Country duo Florida Georgia Line is our favorite band named after a geographic boundary, right next to punk thrash band, 54th Parallel.

  2. Tuesday, August 6:

    • Steve Martin & Edie Brickell

      When the legendary Steve Martin is joined by the equally-legendary Edie Brickell, the result is pretty...well, legendary. Their album is Love Has Come For You

    • Leven Rambin

      In "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters," the lovely Leven Rambin stars as the daughter of Ares, God of War. Man, I bet he's murder on the boyfriends she brings home

  3. Wednesday, August 7:

    • Sharon Stone

      Sharon Stone stars in "Lovelace," the biopic about the star of "Deep Throat," Linda Lovelace. We wonder what HR must've been like on the set of that film.

    • Anthony Jeselnik

      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.

    • Julian McCullough

      Don't get Julian McCullough confused with Julian McMahon. One's the handsome star from "Nip/Tuck," the other headlines at places like the Go Bananas Comedy Club. See if you can tell which is which.

  4. Thursday, August 8:

    • Jennifer Aniston

      Jennifer Aniston stars in"We're The Millers" as a drug-smuggling stripper. She truly is America's sweetheart.

    • Paul Scheer

      Paul Scheer stars in "NTSF:SD:SUV::." We can definitely appreciate a good colon joke.

    • twenty one pilots

      twenty one pilots took their name from an Arthur Miller play, just like we did for our side project, Biff & the Lomans. Their new album is Vessel.