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"Ted" director Seth McFarlane is hosting the Oscars. What's the over-under on Stewie appearing and making fun of Steven Spielberg?
Seth MacFarlane
We don't want to brag about our linguistic skills, but did you know that Elle Fanning's name is French for "She Fanning?" Yup, we're practically fluent over here. Her latest film is "The Beguiled."
Elle Fanning
They'll perform a new song of their album Live At Town Hall.
The Klezmatics
Patton Oswalt is an Emmy Award-winning comedian and actor. His show, "Happy," airs Wednesdays at 10pm on SYFY.
Patton Oswalt
The fabulous Kevin Lee talks all about planning a fabulous wedding on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." If we had to guess how Kevin is going to be on the show, we'd have to say...pretty fun.
Kevin Lee
The very funny Joe Mande was named one of "100 Jews to Watch" by Heeb Magazine, which is great when it comes from Heeb Magazine, but terrifying if it comes from just about anywhere else.
Joe Mande
Basketball legend Charles Barkley is just the man to give us the lowdown for the NCAA Final Four in Dallas. Our first question: any relation to the Fantastic Four? If so, which team is The Thing?
Charles Barkley
Marc Maron plays a washed-up Hollywood director in Netflix’s 1980s comedy "GLOW." His facial hair has never been more appropriate.
Marc Maron

The talented John Pizzarelli helps us celebrate the holiday season with a special Christmas performance here on our stage.

John Pizzarelli
Yes, Matt Damon & Thomas Haden Church have starred in countless other critically-acclaimed movies, but we're choosing to view "We Bought a Zoo" as the inevitable showdown between Jason Bourne and The Sandman. Finally, our fan-fic has come true!
Thomas Haden Church
Our friend, Molecular Mixologist Claire Smith, can whip up some crazy drinks using the weirdest techniques. Our mixology skills usually tap out around "open can of PBR" and "drink can of PBR."
Claire Smith
Country music icon Glen Campbell plays us a song from his new album Ghost On The Canvas.
Glen Campbell