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Weeknights at 11/10
5/7/2018
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Jim Jefferies is a comedian, actor, and writer. He hosts "The Jim Jefferies Show," which airs Tuesdays at 10:30pm on Comedy Central.
Jim Jefferies
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In "Show Dogs," Natasha Lyonne trains a Rottweiler police dog voiced by Ludacris. Sounds like a fantasy we had.
Natasha Lyonne
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Wajatta is a combination of Reggie Watts and John Tejada's last names. Casual High Technology is their album and it's available on May 11th.
Wajatta
5/8/2018
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Eva Longoria plays a pizzeria owner in "Overboard." You had us at pizzeria.
Eva Longoria
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"Westworld" actor Luke Hemsworth is our favorite Hemsworth brother whose name starts with an L. and has appeared in a "Thor" movie.
Luke Hemsworth
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Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite's first collaboration won them a Grammy Award for Best Blues Album. Their second album No Mercy In This Land is available now.
Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite
5/9/2018
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Tony Hale is an Emmy Award-winning actor known for his roles in "Arrested Development" and "Veep."
Tony Hale
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Brian Posehn has been a self-proclaimed nerd for five decades, which makes him the perfect candidate to write a book entitled Forever Nerdy: Living My Dorky Dreams and Staying Metal.
Brian Posehn
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James Veitch is funny, charming, and British. There is no better combination.
James Veitch
5/10/2018
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We are not shy-ish about our love-ish for Tracee Ellis Ross in "Black-ish." Watch it Tuesdays at 9/8c on ABC.
Tracee Ellis Ross
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Rob Riggle snubbed Andy during a previous appearance on the show. There’s no joke to add here, we just aren’t ready to let Rob live it down.
Rob Riggle
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Bush's album is Black and White Rainbows, which are not as good as colorful rainbows, but are better than no rainbows at all.
Bush