Show Schedule

November 11 - November 14, 2013

  1. Monday, November 11:

    • Jon Cryer

      Jon Cryer tapes "Two and a Half Men" just down the street from us. Sorry about blasting all that loud reggaeton music, Jon, but that's how Andy Richter likes to party!

    • Colonel Chris Hadfield

      Astronaut Chris Hadfield¹s new book is called An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth. How worried should we be about alien invasions, Colonel? Extremely worried or just very worried?

    • Avril Lavigne

      Avril Lavigne is the latest in a long line of Canadian songstresses, including Alanis Morissette, Anne Murray, and, of course, Alan Thicke. Avril's self-titled album is out now.

  2. Tuesday, November 12:

    • Dax Shepard

      Not only is "Parenthood" star Dax Shepard a terrifically funny actor, he's also crossword writers' favorite celebrity since Axl Rose.

    • Regina Hall

      The beautiful Regina Hall returns in "The Best Man" sequel, "The Best Man Holiday." We hope it becomes a trilogy with "The Best Man Goes To Mars."

    • Sean Patton

      Sean Patton will be appearing at the Hell Yes Festival in New Orleans. Or, as our mother will insist on calling it, the H-E-Double-Hockey Stick Festival.

  3. Wednesday, November 13:

    • Will Arnett

      In "The Millers," Will Arnett's mother moves in with him. We know it's a comedy, but to us, that sounds like the most terrifying horror possible.

    • Jim Gaffigan

      Jim Gaffigan has a hilarious book called Dad is Fat. Way harsh, Jim's book. Way. Harsh.

    • M.I.A.

      M.I.A.'s new album, Matangi is named after the green, 4-armed Hindu goddess of music. Boy, *that* old rock and roll cliché again?

  4. Thursday, November 14:

    • Melissa McCarthy and Billy Gardell

      The wonderful Melissa McCarthy & Billy Gardell star in "Mike & Molly." We'll let you guess who plays whom.

    • Chris Elliott

      Chris Elliott stars in the hilarious and cartoonishly violent "Eagleheart," Coincidentally enough, hilarious and cartoonishly violent also describe our dancing style.

    • Yuna

      Yuna says her music is Mary Poppins meets Coldplay; we'd kill to see Chris Martin rock a flying umbrella. Her album, Nocturnal, is out now.