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Senator Al Franken appeared at the Democratic National Convention alongside Sarah Silverman. Sounds like a perfect presidential ticket for 2020. His book, Al Franken, Giant of the Senate, is available now.
Senator Al Franken
Danielle Brooks stars in "Orange is the New Black." as Taystee Jefferson. Conan could play an inmate named Paystee O'Brien.
Danielle Brooks
Not only is Noah Gardenswartz a very funny comedian, his last name is really close to the German word for "Blackgarden," which sounds like he should be doing stand-up on "Game of Thrones."
Noah Gardenswartz
John Krasinski directed and stars in "The Hollars", all about a man returning to his childhood home and dealing with his crazy family. This could be about us, but only if John was short and not attractive at all.
John Krasinski
Judy Greer makes her directorial debut with "A Happening of Monumental Proportions," starring Jennifer Garner, John Cho, Allison Janney, Katie Holmes, and Rob Riggle. You had us at Judy Greer.
Judy Greer
The brilliant Blood Orange's third album is entitled Freetown Sound. We love Blood Orange because he's an astounding musician and also an excellent way to ward off scurvy.
Blood Orange
Cobie Smulders stars in "The Intervention", which is all about a big couples weekend getaway that turns out to be a secret intervention for one of the couple's marriage. It's like a surprise party mixed with relationship therapy.
Cobie Smulders
The always fascinating Werner Herzog's new documentary "Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World" is all about the wonders and dangers of the modern, internet-connected world. No jokes here, we cannot wait to hear what Werner has to say.
Werner Herzog
Violin whiz Lindsey Stirling's latest album is called Brave Enough. We hope she doesn't STRING us along without giving a nice big BOW at the end of her song. (These jokes courtesy of our dad)
Lindsey Stirling
Jane Lynch is currently hosting the fifth season of "Hollywood Game Night." Weirdly, we have yet to receive an invite…
Jane Lynch
Jeffrey Toobin is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a senior legal analyst at CNN. Because of this, we call him Two Job Toobin.
Jeffrey Toobin
After a brief hiatus Wolf Parade is back with their self-titled EP. Buy it for the musical march-oriented lupine in your life.
Wolf Parade