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10/1/2012
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Rashida Jones stars in the incredibly funny and deeply bizarre "Angie Tribeca". It had us at Officer David Hoffman, who no one will acknowledge as a dog.
Rashida Jones
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Adam DeVine returns as Bumper in "Pitch Perfect 2." We're brushing up our beat-boxing skills as we speak.
Adam DeVine
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We've been waiting five years for a new album from The Shins and finally Port of Morrow is here. Indie-rock champagne for everyone!
The Shins
10/2/2012
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Timothy Olyphant stars in the Netflix Original series "Santa Clarita Diet," which premieres its third season on March 29th.
Timothy Olyphant
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In "Butter" Ashley Green plays a sullen teen with a massive crush on Olivia Wilde. So, she's playing us in high school, essentially.
Ashley Greene
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Not only is Hari Kondabolu hilarious but he has a Masters in Human Rights from the London School of Economics. We haven't been this impressed since we found out Ken Jeong has an MD.
Hari Kondabolu
10/3/2012
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Jennifer Garner stars in "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day." We'd repeat the title, but we only have room for so many letters in here.
Jennifer Garner
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"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews is so muscular that weights lift him to stay in shape.
Terry Crews
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Tegan and Sara are our favorite identical twins since Tomax and Xamot from GI Joe. Their album, Heartthrob, is out now.
Tegan and Sara
10/4/2012
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In her new book, Bad Habits: Confessions of a Recovering Catholic, Jenny McCarthy reveals that she wanted to be a nun. If nuns looked like Jenny McCarthy, we bet the pews would be packed on Sunday.
Jenny McCarthy
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J.J. Abrams directed "Star Trek Into Darkness" and will be directing the next Star Wars movie. Look for J.J. to take over directing our show about halfway through his interview.
J.J. Abrams
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Slash joins up Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators on World on Fire, which sounds like the musical equivalent of putting peanut butter on chocolate. Everyone wins!
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators