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7/25/2016
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Chris Hardwick hosts "Talking with Chris Hardwick," "Talking Dead," "Talking Bad," "Talking Saul," and "Talking Preacher." Can you guess what he's here to do?
Chris Hardwick
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Jim Jefferies is a born and raised Australian. Is it offensive if we stock his dressing room with Vegemite and stuffed koalas? "The Jim Jefferies Show" airs Tuesdays at 10:30pm on Comedy Central.
Jim Jefferies
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The hilarious Matthew Broussard was once declared "Houston's Funniest Person," but only because Beyoncé didn't enter that year.
Matthew Broussard
7/26/2016
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We were so happy when Allison Janney won a Golden Globe for her role in "I, Tonya." Like we always say, "Go Janney or go home."
Allison Janney
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Nate Diaz shocked the UFC world when he beat featherweight champion Conor McGregor, and now they're facing off again at UFC 202 on Saturday, August 20th. Nate might have a thing or two to say about the whole thing.
Nate Diaz
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Autolux's new album is entitled Pussy's Dead. We're pretty sure they're just talking about their poor deceased cat, Mom.
Autolux
7/27/2016
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In "A Bad Moms Christmas," Mila plays one of the titular bad mothers. If Mila is bad, then we don't wanna be good.
Mila Kunis
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Will Greenberg plays the resident island douchebag Todd on “Wrecked.” We’re just shocked that there’s a douchebag on TV and he’s NOT named Chad.
Will Greenberg
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Local Native's new album is Sunlit Youth, which also would make for a great Instagram filter name.
Local Natives
7/28/2016
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Christina Applegate is partnering with "Why So Awake?" to help insomnia sufferers learn what keeps them up at night. We always knew that someday Christina would save us.
Christina Applegate
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Adrienne C. Moore stars in "Orange is the New Black," which we love and not just because we have a thing for the color orange.
Adrienne C. Moore
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Some of our favorite things that are from Denmark: soul-popsters Lukas Graham, moody Prince Hamlet, and of course, danishes. Lukas Graham's self-titled U.S. debut album is available now.
Lukas Graham