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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
Busy Phillips character on "Cougar Town" might be our favorite-dim-but-hilarious BFF ever. She had us at her inexplicable hatred of Canadians.
Busy Philipps
Rockers Coheed and Cambria base all their albums on a trippy sci-fi storyline. We should introduce them to the boys from "The Big Bang Theory." Their album is The Afterman: Descension
Coheed and Cambria
Julia Stiles stars in "Silver Linings Playbook," a great film nominated for eight Oscars. Out of respect, we're shelving our "Gangnam Stiles" joke we had ready. You're welcome, America.
Julia Stiles
Our pal DJ Qualls stars in FX's new series, "Legit" We're waiting for MC Hammer to star in the companion show, "2 Quit."
DJ Qualls
The Lone Bellow has been described as if The Civil Wars & Ray LaMontagne had a music baby. Sounds about right to us. Their new album is Walk Into A Storm.
The Lone Bellow
Kathy Griffin is our fourth favorite redhead. Our first is Conan O’Brien, followed by Tilda Swinton, and Joey Fatone circa 1998. Her new book, Kathy Griffin’s Celebrity Run-Ins: My A-Z Index, is available now.
Kathy Griffin
Blake Anderson is super committed to his role as a telemarketer on "Workaholics." Seriously, we can’t get him to stop spamming us.
Blake Anderson
Electric Guest is singular, but their new album is Plural.
Electric Guest
"Smurfs: The Lost Village" star Jack McBrayer is so friendly and nice. As a result, we're incredibly suspicious of his intentions.
Jack McBrayer
Gemma Arterton stars in "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters," an updated version of the fairy tale. Look for our "Miss Muffet: Spider Slayer" to hit theaters next summer.
Gemma Arterton
Mo Mandel hosts "Barmegeddon," a competition that pits two bar owners against each other. In the old days in New York, they just would've tried to burn the other bar to ground.
Mo Mandel