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12/13/2010
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From the new movie "Country Strong", Academy Award winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow will be here!

Gwyneth Paltrow
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T.J. Miller is here to promote "The Gorburger Show," "Silicon Valley," "The Emoji Movie," AND his HBO stand-up special "Meticulously Ridiculous" Phew, those plugs left us winded.
T.J. Miller
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Arizona may never have a championship-winning NBA team, but they’ll always have Jimmy Eat World. Their latest album is Integrity Blues.
Jimmy Eat World
12/14/2010
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Seth Green stars in "The Identical," the story of two identical twins separated at birth. Sadly, there's no evil one with a goatee to let you know he's the evil twin.
Seth Green
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You know him from SNL, and movies like "Mean Girls" and "Grown Ups" - now you can see him on the TBS show "Glory Daze"! Tim Meadows will be here!

Tim Meadows
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Broken Bells's new album is named After The Disco, or, as they call it in France, Après la discothèque.
Broken Bells
12/15/2010
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You know her from her starring roles in "Enchanted", "Julie & Julia", and "Doubt".  Her new movie is the boxing biopic "The Fighter" - Amy Adams will stop by to chat!

Amy Adams
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Legendary Pink Floyd rocker Roger Waters will be here to talk about just what "Dark Side of The Moon" was really all about. (Hint: If you play it while watching "It's a Wonderful Life", things get real trippy.)

Roger Waters
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Like the great philosophers Donny & Marie once said, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros are a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n roll. Their eponymous album is out now.
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
12/16/2010
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Mark Wahlberg stars in "Patriots Day," a film about the events leading up to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and aftermath. You can see it in theaters on January 13th.
Mark Wahlberg
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Charles Phoenix can transform any boring party into a mid-century Americana kitsch masterpiece. It's like watching a crazy kaleidoscope version of "Leave It to Beaver."
Charles Phoenix
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Jenny Lewis (lead singer of the band Rilo Kiley), and singer songwriter boyfriend Johnathan Rice will be performing together as the superduo Jenny and Johnny!

Jenny & Johnny