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."
Pete Holmes is one of our favorite guests - and not just because we're suckers for Boston-born comedians who are at least 6'4.
The very funny Daniel Sloss might be our favorite Scottish import since Sean Connery & haggis. Histwo new Netflix specials are streaming now.
"Power" star Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is our favorite celebrity with a money related name. Ty Dolla $ign is a close second.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson
Rebecca Romijn stars in "The Librarians," a show about a group of librarians that solve mysteries, fight supernatural threats, and save ancient artifacts. We had no idea a career in librarianship could be so thrilling.
Dashboard Confessional's new album is Crooked Shadows. We’ll confess - it’s really, really good.
Molly Shannon stars in "Divorce." Sorry, what we meant to say is that Molly Shannon SUPASTARS *deep lunge* in "Divorce."
We can only hope that Conan conducts his interview with "Molly’s Game" director Aaron Sorkin while walking and talking backstage, pausing only for the occasional Gilbert & Sullivan reference.
Mo Welch is a comedian, an actress, a writer, and a cartoonist. We wonder what it’s like to have not one, not two, not three, but FOUR talents.
Anderson Cooper is a journalist, an author, and the host of "Anderson Cooper 360°," which airs weeknights, 8-10pm ET, on CNN.
Selma Blair plays a killer parent in "Mom and Dad" - and we don’t mean that in a good way. We mean like a literal killer that is also a parent.
Grizzly Bear's album, Painted Ruins, is dangerously good. We recommend that you exercise caution while listening.