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Weeknights at 11/10
9/22/2014
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Scientists have determined that the only thing cuter than Zooey Deschanel on "New Girl" is a baby panda on a boat of gumdrops. And that gets old after like five minutes. Advantage: Deschanel!
Zooey Deschanel
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Breckin Meyer stars in "Franklin & Bash" which, we've learned, is NOT a buddy cop show about Benjamin Franklin and his partner, the Incredible Hulk.
Breckin Meyer
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The incomparable Beck has a new album entitled Morning Phase. It's beautiful and weird and hypnotic and perfect.
Beck
9/23/2014
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Kirsten Dunst stars in "Two Faces of January." It's a crime thriller, and not a short film about January Jones being insincere.
Kirsten Dunst
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Before he made it big, "Blockers" star Ike Barinholtz worked for the Chicago Transit Authority. So if you want to hear muffled, barely audible directions to O'Hare Airport, Ike's your man.
Ike Barinholtz
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George Harrison Week continues as Paul Simon performs one of George's very best songs.
Paul Simon
9/24/2014
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Luke Wilson is an original member of the Frat Pack, which is our favorite group out of all the groups that we have not been invited to join. His new film "Brad’s Status" is in theaters now.
Luke Wilson
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Dhani Harrison's new album is In///Parallel. The forward slashes are silent.
Dhani Harrison
9/25/2014
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Bill Hader is the co-creator and Emmy-winning star of the HBO series "Barry"
Bill Hader
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Chelsea Peretti stars in "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," or, as our mom calls it, "That New York 99 Show."
Chelsea Peretti
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Norah Jones wraps up George Harrison week, performing a classic song from the George Harrison catalog.
Norah Jones