Show Schedule

September 23 - September 26, 2013

  1. Monday, September 23:

    • The Cast of "Breaking Bad"

      We've got everyone: Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Jonathan Banks, Bob Odenkirk & Vince Gilligan. Dear God, we're gonna need like 3 couches.

    • Los Cuates de Sinaloa

      You might remember Los Cuates de Sinaloa from "Breaking Bad" when they sang about Heisenberg's drug reign. We wish all TV anti-heroes could get their own Mexican band. Viva El Don Draper!

  2. Tuesday, September 24:

    • Jane Lynch

      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.

    • Natasha Lyonne

      Natasha Lyonne stars in "Orange is the New Black.". We'll be sure to stock her dressing room with a collection of shanks & shivs to make her feel at home.

    • Mike Lawrence

      The very funny Mike Lawrence once performed at Comic-Con. We wonder if he's got a tight five on how many stretchy purple pants the Hulk must go through on any given week? His new album is Sadamantium

  3. Wednesday, September 25:

    • Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton

      It's going to be a dude-fest when "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" stars Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton arrive. We might have to change the name of the show from "Conan" to "Bro-nan."

    • Melissa Rauch

      Melissa Rauch's character on "The Big Bang Theory" was a waitress at the Cheesecake Factory. We're really hoping she's a method actress & will bring some cheesecake. OH GOD WE LOVE THAT CHEESECAKE!

    • Deer Tick

      Deer Tick's new album is Negativity. Ironically, we reacted very positively to it.

  4. Thursday, September 26:

    • Andy Samberg

      Andy Samburg stars in "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2." We can't believe they didn't take the opportunity to call it "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2: The Re-Brunchening."

    • Slash

      Rock god Slash produced, scored and wrote a new song for his movie "Nothing Left to Fear." We'll hazard a guess and say it's probably not a romantic comedy.