This season on "Modern Family's", Eric Stonestreet's character got engaged to be married. TV weddings always make us TV cry.
David Morrissey plays the evil, unscrupulous Governor on "The Walking Dead." Being called "The Governor" is a lot more sinister-sounding than being called "The Comptroller."
Our pal Reggie Watts has a very distinctive head of hair. While it makes him a very funny comedian, it would probably make him the WORST spy ever.
Simon Cowell & Paulina Rubio are both judges on "The X Factor." In case you have trouble telling them apart, Paulina is the beautiful Spaniard & Simon is the mean Brit with the sour look on his face.
Our friend the always-hilarious Jimmy Pardo hosts the "Never Not Funny" Podcast, which is on the cutting edge of double-negative technologies.
Folk-rocker LIssie's new album is called Back to Forever, which sounds like a movie starring Marty McFly & written by Wittgenstein.
San Diego's favorite son, Ron Burgundy, returns in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues." He'll never stop stayin' classy.
Before she made it big, Jessie Ware's co-worker was E.L. James, the author off "Fifty Shade of Grey." If there's any songs about weird S&M relationships in her next album, we know who to blame. Jessie's album Devotion is out now.
In "Homefront", James Franco plays an evil meth kingpin called Gator. Man, Andy is going to be crushed that he didn't get that part.
Neal McDonough stars in "Mob City," a drama about the LAPD's battle with organized crime in 1950s Los Angeles. Get ready for Conan to say a lot of mid-century slang words in an old-timey voice.
In 2012, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers went on a yearlong, 200 stop tour. We're exahausted for them. Their self-titled album is out now.