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Denis Leary is the author of Why We Don’t Suck: And How All Of Us Need To Stop Being Such Partisan Little Bitches. If you like the sound of that, check out his other works like Why We Suck: A Feel Good Guide to Staying Fat, Loud, Lazy and Stupid and Suck on This Year: LYFAO @ 140 Characters or Less.
Denis Leary
The hilarious Steve Byrne is half Irish and half Korean. You can fill in your own potatoes and kimchi joke here.
Steve Byrne
Cristela Alonzo is the first Latina to create, produce, and star in a network TV sitcom. Wow! We couldn’t even bring ourselves to put pants on today. Her first hour-long special begins streaming on Netflix January 25th.
Cristela Alonzo
Elijah Wood stars in "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency". Boy, what is it with Hollywood and their boring, completely interchangable, cookie-cutter titles??
Elijah Wood
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 star Kip Moore's new album is Up All Night, which has the song "Beer Money" on it. It's great but we don't understand--ALL our money is beer money.
Kip Moore
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
For the first time, the good folks at Ringling Bros. will have EIGHT motorcycles speedily circling around in their Globe of Steel. We'll be watching through our terrified fingers.
Ringling Bros. "Globe of Steel"
Walk the Moon has a new self-titled album out now. We should warn them: though our moon on stage looks very sturdy, they probably shouldn't walk on it. Safety first!
Walk the Moon
We know it came out last summer, but we’re hoping "Trishna" star Freida Pinto can introduce us to the monkeys from "Rise of the Planet of the Apes." They seemed fun!
Freida Pinto
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
Sebastian Maniscalco's new memoir is entitled Stay Hungry, which is something we can definitely do.
Sebastian Maniscalco