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8/7/2017
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We're excited to see Bob Newhart for two reasons: he's a legendary comedian and we'll finally get to say "Hi Bob!"
Bob Newhart
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Tom Segura’s latest Netflix special is "Disgraceful." Seriously, that's the title.
Tom Segura
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Three things that make us happy: sugar, sunshine, and Sheryl Crow! Her new album is Be Myself.
Sheryl Crow
8/8/2017
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Jennifer Jason Leigh stars in the Netflix series "Atypical," which is the perfect way to describe our personality.
Jennifer Jason Leigh
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Andrea Savage is the creator and star of "I'm Sorry," which is so good that it should probably be renamed, "You're Welcome."
Andrea Savage
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Benjamin Booker is both an incredible New Orleans guitarist AND has a great name for a Marvel superhero's secret identity. His new album Witness is available now.
Benjamin Booker
8/9/2017
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Wesley Snipes makes his fiction debut with the supernatural thriller Talon of God. The title alone gives us chills!
Wesley Snipes
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Louie Anderson won an Emmy for his role as Zach Galifianakis' mother in "Baskets." If you're still reading this, we recommend that you stop and go watch it immediately.
Louie Anderson
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We love Drew Lynch just as much as we love his service dog Stella - and that's a lot.
Drew Lynch
8/10/2017
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Bryan Cranston’s book A Life in Parts is REALLY good and we’re not just saying that because we’re afraid he might go all Walter White on us.
Bryan Cranston
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Sebastian Maniscalco's new memoir is entitled Stay Hungry, which is something we can definitely do.
Sebastian Maniscalco
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The very talented Aimee Mann has penned nine studio albums since becoming a solo act. Her latest album Mental Illness is available now.
Aimee Mann