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6/22/2015
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Judd Apatow is a writer, producer, and director for the HBO series "Crashing," which airs Sundays at 10pm on HBO.
Judd Apatow
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Do you think "Clipped" star Ashley Tisdale would autograph some mint condition Sharpay & Ryan "High School Musical" dolls? Asking for...a friend. Yes, that's it.
Ashley Tisdale
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We love Fort Minor so much, we started a tribute band in their honor called Underage Citadel. We don't want to brag, but we're pretty terrible.
Fort Minor
6/23/2015
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Lauren Graham stars in “Max” the story of a military working dog returning home after a tour in Afghanistan. Lorelei Gilmore AND an adorable dog? Someone has clearly been reading our dream journal.
Lauren Graham
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Colin Quin's new book is The Coloring Book: A Comedian Solves Race Relations in America. Man, you're aiming pretty high there, Colin.
Colin Quinn
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Texas country legend Ray Wylie Hubbard's new album is The Ruffian's Misfortune, which might be the greatest album title in history.
Ray Wylie Hubbard
6/24/2015
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Michael Sheen stars in the Showtime series "Masters of Sex." Boy, Conan is going to be bummed that they're using the same title he was gonna use for his memoirs.
Michael Sheen
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Kiersey Clemons and Nick Offerman star as a father-daughter songwriting duo in "Hearts Beat Loud." We have no musical talent, but we would really like to join this family.
Kiersey Clemons
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Houndmouth’s new album is entitled Little Neon Limelight. If they were real hounds, it would probably be called Little Neon Greylight.
Houndmouth
6/25/2015
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Adam Scott & Jason Schwartzman star in "The Overnight," which was called Sundance's best sex comedy. Well, now we're REALLY interested.
Adam Scott & Jason Schwartzman
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In "Show Dogs," Natasha Lyonne trains a Rottweiler police dog voiced by Ludacris. Sounds like a fantasy we had.
Natasha Lyonne
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Mark Normand is a comedian who has performed stand-up on CONAN six times since his first appearance in 2013. His Comedy Central special "Don’t Be Yourself" is available now.
Mark Normand