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Show Schedule for November 9 - 12, 2015

November 9 - 12, 2015
  • Monday, November 09

    Charlyne Yi

    If you think about it, Charlyne Yi is like if an adorable kitty-cat and an awkward shrug had a baby and then launched it into the comedy world. Her new book, Oh The Moon is available now.

    Ed Gamble

    As the very funny Brit Ed Gamble has told us, he’s lost over 6 stone in weight. We’re not sure how much that is in American measurement; we think it’s roughly 85 pounds or 8 Freedom Rocks.

  • Tuesday, November 10

    Chiwetel Ejiofor

    We love "Secret in Their Eyes" star Chiwetel Ejiofor so much, we don't even have any lame jokes. We just wanna sit in rapt silence and listen to him talk.

    Sean Donnelly

    Not only does Sean Donnelly have a new album entitled Manual Labor Face he's also got a new Comedy Central half-hour special. Man, talk about a strong Irish Catholic work ethic.

  • Wednesday, November 11

    Jesse Eisenberg

    Jesse Eisenberg is already an incredibly talented actor, but now with his short story collection, Bream Gives Me Hiccups, he's showing he's also an incredibly talented writer. That's not fair, Jesse! Stop hogging all the talent!

    Lou Diamond Phillips

    We're trying to decide what Lou Diamond Phillips fans call themselves. Diamond ringers? Lou Diamond Philiacs? Phillips-heads Lou-drivers? THe possibilities are endless!

    Six-String Soldiers

    Six-String Soldiers is a four-man ensemble under the banner of the Army Field Band. They're probably our only musical guests who can play diminished chord as well as field-strip an M16. Well, them &​ Kesha.

  • Thursday, November 12

    Daniel Radcliffe

    Daniel Radcliffe stars in "Victor Frankenstein" as the doctor's faithful assistant, Igor. We'll try not to pepper you with too many lines from "Young Frankenstein" while you're here, Daniel. Maybe just one: "What hump?"

    Betsy Brandt

    The wonderful Betsy Brandt stars in "Life in Pieces." We're still waiting for our sitcom sponsored by Hershey, "Life in Reese's Pieces." We only ask that pay us solely in candy-covered chocolate.