Patton Oswalt returns in "The Heart, She Holler" as backwards Appalachian simpleton Hurlan Heartshe. And really, shouldn't that be enough to compel you to watch it?
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich presents "Inequality for All," which is about the country's widening income disparity. Make it a double-feature with "Richie Rich" to really feel the burn.
We want to bribe Andy so he'll announce Tony Deyo as "Tony Deyo...DEEEEEEYYO. Me say dey, me say dey O."
"Star Trek Into Darkness" star Simon Pegg is an unabashed nerd. He'd be the perfect judge for our Jawa Beauty Pageant! Just wait till you see the swimsuit competition...
Martin Riese is a world-class water expert & the country's only water sommelier at Ray's & Stark Bar, where they offer a 20-item water list. Is it tacky if we bring our own Kool-Aid to mix in?
It's kind of ironic but Los Angeles-based indie rockers Local Natives really ARE local natives to us. Their album is Hummingbird
The lovely Rose Byrne stars in "Insidious: Chapter 2." We can't wait till "Insidious: Bibliography & End Notes."
Before he made it big, "The Mindy Project" star Ike Barinholtz worked for the Chicago Transit Authority. So if you want to hear muffled, barely audible directions to O'Hare Airport, Ike's your man.
Jam band legends Gov't Mule have a new album out called Shout! Just follow the sounds of hackeysack till you hit their concert.
Key and Peele come from a long line of comedy duos: Laurel & Hardy, Martin & Lewis, and of course, Conan & His Hair.
If you think about it, Charlyne Yi is like if an adorable kitty-cat and an awkward shrug had a baby and then launched it into the comedy world.
Wavves' new album is Afraid of Heights. We think it's vvery vvery marvvelous.