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3/4/2013
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Jane Lynch is currently hosting the fifth season of "Hollywood Game Night." Weirdly, we have yet to receive an invite…
Jane Lynch
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Justin Chon stars in "21 and Over," written by the guy behind "The Hangover." We hope that Justin is okay with nudity and/or Bengal tigers.
Justin Chon
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Sarah Darling probably has the sweetest name in country music, right next to Wynonna Honeybunch. Her new album is Home to Me.
Sarah Darling
3/5/2013
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Colin Farrell stars in "The Lobster" the most bizarre and brilliant movie we've seen in a long time, even though it asks us to believe that Colin, the most handsome & charming Irishman ever, is unlucky in love.
Colin Farrell
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Jenna Elfman's character recently made her debut on "Fear The Walking Dead." We really hope she survives the undead apocalypse.
Jenna Elfman
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Frightened Rabbit is an indie rock band from Scotland; we're stocking the greenroom with haggis as we speak. Their new album is Pedestrian Verse.
Frightened Rabbit
3/6/2013
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Matthew Fox stars in "Emperor," set in post-WWII Japan. Boy, even after "Lost," Matthew keeps landing on islands.
Matthew Fox
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Anthony Jeselnek hosts "The Jeselnik Offensive," a no-holds-barred take on current events with a sharp edge. We're getting our bleep button oiled and ready in case Anthony lets the expletives fly.
Anthony Jeselnik
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Ian Edwards's new comedy album, 100% Half-Assed is the debut release from Team Coco Records. Better luck next time, Bono & Justin Timberlake!
Ian Edwards
3/7/2013
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In "Homefront", James Franco plays an evil meth kingpin called Gator. Man, Andy is going to be crushed that he didn't get that part.
James Franco
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Robert Kirkman created "The Walking Dead," so we plan on forwarding him all our therapy bills for getting constantly freaked out by it.
Robert Kirkman
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Brit-born Jamie N. Common's new album is called Rumble and Sway, which we still can't believe isn't Cockney rhyming slang for something dodgy.
Jamie N. Commons