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11/17/2014
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Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele star in "Keanu," which we can authoratively say is the funniest movie about an adorable kidnapped kitten ever made.
Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele
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Between her roles in "Game of Thrones" and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay ­ Part 1," we think Natalie Dormer shouldn't go to Comic Con without an an armed escort.
Natalie Dormer
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Real Estate is an indie rock band that started as a Weezer cover band. We’ll be asking them to present their fan club membership cards when they arrive. Their album is In Mind.
Real Estate
11/18/2014
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Two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank stars in "Trust," which is fitting because there is no one we trust more than Hilary Swank.
Hilary Swank
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Our friend Jimmy Pardo might be the fastest wit we know and he's using that quick mind for charity for his annual "Pard-Cast-A-Thon."
Jimmy Pardo
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Hip-hop star Hoodie Allen's first album is People Keep Talking. Just wait till you see our tribute band, Pashmina Shrug Jones.
Hoodie Allen
11/19/2014
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Charlie Day returns for a new season of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." The Paddy's Pub gang is our favorite group of gross, demented possible sociopaths ever!
Charlie Day
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Julianne Hough stars in "Dancing with the Stars." Look for Conan to star in "Dancing Awkwardly by Himself in a Darkened Corner."
Julianne Hough
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The very funny Forrest Shaw was a marine biologist before getting into comedy. If a manatee suddenly goes into labor in our audience, thank god we've got Forrest there to handle it.
Forrest Shaw
11/20/2014
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Jason Bateman stars in "Zootopia" as a wily fox detective. Welcome to the world of furries tweeting at you non-stop, Jason!
Jason Bateman
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Last year, Andy Cohen brought his show​ to Los Angeles and hosted some of Hollywood's hottest stars - Kim Kardashian, Armie Hammer, and Conan O'Brien. Yep, three equally talented and good-looking people. "WWHL" returns to Los Angeles on Sunday, April 8th.
Andy Cohen
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Indie rockers Cold War Kids' new album is Hold My Home. We're listening to it our Cuban Missile Crisis-era backyard bunker.
Cold War Kids