Show Schedule

April 14 - April 17, 2014

  1. Monday, April 14:

    • Mindy Kaling

      In "The Mindy Project," Mindy Kaling stars as a doctor who's unlucky in love. That's probably less dangerous than a lover who's unlucky in doctoring.

    • Colin Hanks

      Colin Hanks stars in FX's new show, "Fargo." Hope he's been practicing his "you betchas!"

    • MGMT

      MGMT's new album is MGMT. If we say MGMT one more, maybe we can summon them like Beetlejuice.

  2. Tuesday, April 15:

    • Nathan Fillion

      "Castle" star Nathan Fillion should give lessons on how to be the perfect charming rogue. Step one: be roguishly charming. Step two: repeat step one.

    • Tatiana Maslany

      Tatiana Maslany has played 11 different clones on "Orphan Black." We think she deserves an Emmy and probably a Gatorade & a good nap.

    • Dan Soder

      Tucson native Dan Soder won the title of "New York's Funniest Comedian." Who knew that adobe jokes killed in the Big Apple?

  3. Wednesday, April 16:

    • Marlon Wayans

      Marlon Wayans stars in "A Haunted House 2." We kinda want the kids to call it "A H2 2" for short.

    • Nick Thune

      Nick Thune is both a hilarious comedian and our personal beard-growing inspiration. His new comedy special is "Folk Hero."

    • Bastille

      British band Bastille's brand new album is All This Bad Blood. We think it's great and not just because we love alliteration.

  4. Thursday, April 17:

    • Tracy Morgan

      When "Rio 2" star Tracy Morgan is here, there's literally no telling what he'll bring up. We're pretty sure he lost his filter sometime in the 90s.

    • Judy Greer

      Judy Greer is the author of I Don't Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star. The whole thing is awesome, but we'll admit to jumping right to the George Clooney section.

    • Broken Bells

      Broken Bells's new album is named After The Disco, or, as they call it in France, Après la discothèque.