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The lovely Kristen Bell stars in "A Bad Moms Christmas," alongside the equally lovely Mila Kunis and Kathryn Hahn. For the record, we think they’re all fantastic moms.
Kristen Bell
Bret McKenzie wrote all of the songs from "The Muppets" and now he's nominated for an Oscar! He's pretty much our favorite import from New Zealand since Frodo Baggins.
Bret McKenzie
John Roy is a born-and-bred Chicagoan. We hope he tags his jokes by growling "That's the Chicago way!" in a bad-ass Scottish burr.
John Roy
Dr. Phil has helped out thousands of people with his no-nonsense diagnoses. Meanwhile, our show has a strict all-nonsense policy. We smell trouble!
Dr. Phil McGraw
We haven’t yet seen Keegan-Michael Key in Steve Martin’s Broadway play "Meteor Shower," but we know that anything involving Steve and Keegan is guaranteed to be good.
Keegan-Michael Key
The incredible Alabama Shakes are back with their new album Sound & Color, which means they’re clearly trying to target the elusive newborn infant market.
Alabama Shakes
Comedy legends Martin Short and Steve Martin are currently on a national comedy tour titled "Now You See Them, Soon You Won’t."
Martin Short
Jon Bernthal has gone from killing zombies in "The Walking Dead" to killing criminals as the Punisher in "Daredevil." Either way, he's still a pretty intimidating dude.
Jon Bernthal
Psychedelic rockers Dr. Dog have a new album, Enter the Void. And in case you're wondering, we're still working on our Domino's Pizza tribute album, Enter the Noid.
Dr. Dog
Carol Burnett has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, and SAG's Lifetime Achievement Award. ​Carol's latest achievement, "A Little Help with Carol Burnett," is available now on Netflix.
Carol Burnett
Adult Swim's "Delocated"is all about a man in witness protection who also has his own reality show. We can think of at least one big problem right off the bat.
Jon Glaser
London-based pop-rockers Graffiti6 have a new album called Colours. That extra U is the typographical equivalent of driving on the left side of the road; it lets you know they're super-English!