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Weeknights at 11/10
7/18/2011
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Bryan Cranston’s book A Life in Parts is REALLY good and we’re not just saying that because we’re afraid he might go all Walter White on us.
Bryan Cranston
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Chris Hardwick hosts "Talking with Chris Hardwick," "Talking Dead," "Talking Bad," "Talking Saul," and "Talking Preacher." Can you guess what he's here to do?
Chris Hardwick
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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
7/19/2011
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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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Marc Maron plays a washed-up Hollywood director in Netflix’s 1980s comedy "GLOW." His facial hair has never been more appropriate.
Marc Maron
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Tedeschi Trucks Band's new album is Made Up Mind. Appropriately enough, we've already decided we love it.
Tedeschi Trucks Band
7/20/2011
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Justin Timberlake is starring in "Friends with Benefits," where he decides to start sleeping with his best friend. In unrelated news, we would now like to be BFF with Justin Timberlake.

Justin Timberlake
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Jon Ronson, author of The Psychopath Test, learned from expert psychologists how to identify psychopaths. We think this is great skill to have here in Hollywood.
Jon Ronson
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We think Myq Kaplan is a pretty funny comedian. Or as he might spell it, a prytee fuhne khomydyn.
Myq Kaplan
7/21/2011
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Lisa Kudrow and the "Who Do You Think You Are?" research team discovered that Conan is 99.8% Irish. Shocking, right?
Lisa Kudrow
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Rhett & Link have found their calling by making bizarrely funny commercials for small local businesses and discovering their weird quirks. After all, who WOULDN'T want to buy a used car from a former gynecologist from Cuba?
Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal
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The hilarious Nate Bargatze's name is an anagram for "Zebra Ate Tang." Coincidentally, our power animal has always been a zebra gently sipping the astronaut's drink of choice.
Nate Bargatze