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Weeknights at 11/10
3/13/2018
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"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews is so muscular that weights lift him to stay in shape.
Terry Crews
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Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich's new book, The Common Good, is all about brining the common good to the center of economics and politics - and it's available now.
Robert Reich
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Mark Normand’s new album is Don’t Be Yourself. It’s a great album and also great advice.
Mark Normand
3/14/2018
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We have nothing to say here except that we unreservedly, unironically love "Isle of Dogs" star Jeff Goldblum and all that he does. That is all. Please go about your business and have a very Goldblum day.
Jeff Goldblum
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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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Nothing But Thieves is an English alt rock band from Southend-on-Sea in Essex, which is the most English name we’ve ever heard. Their album Broken Machine is available now.
Nothing But Thieves
3/15/2018
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Anderson Cooper is a journalist, an author, and the host of "Anderson Cooper 360°," which airs weeknights, 8-10pm ET, on CNN.
Anderson Cooper
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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.
Selma Blair
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Grizzly Bear's album, Painted Ruins, is dangerously good. We recommend that you exercise caution while listening.
Grizzly Bear
3/19/2018
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In "The Last Movie Star," Burt Reynolds plays an aging actor who must face the fact that his glory days are over. Meanwhile, we're still waiting for our glory days to begin.
Burt Reynolds​
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British TV station Channel 4 ranked Dylan Moran as the 14th Greatest Comedy Stand-up, while Le Monde declared he was "the greatest comedian, living or dead." Boy, the British and the French can't agree on ANYTHING.
Dylan Moran
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The very funny Rachel Feinstein has had recurring roles on "Crashing" and "Red Oaks," has lent her voice to the "Grand Theft Auto" video game franchise, and has co-hosted "The View" on multiple occasions. She’s living our dream.
Rachel Feinstein