In honor of AMC's Better Call Saul, Fontina Turner serves us three Saul Goodman-inspired cheese balls.
Murphy and his co-host Lars Periwinkle discuss Tennant's role as the pheromone-wielding Purple Man. They also discuss their Burns' Supper with the guys from The Curioso, the recent criticism of American Sniper and James Patterson's exploding novel Private Vegas.
Molly Regan reflects on the importance of Viola Davis' SAG awards win.
In 2012, we caught up with Aisha Tyler to discuss her roots in stand up, her enduring role on Friends and life as a superspy on one of the funniest shows on television. If you missed it then, enjoy it now.
Kim Le confronted her fear of dentists by subjecting herself to the horrifying National Museum of Dentistry.
“Harlan is dying.” – Boyd Crowder It’s become a Justified staple to end each season with a montage featuring the song “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive.” As we head into this final stretch of episodes, tonight we see this theme play out as we are bombarded with
Molly Regan explains why getting snubbed by the Academy isn't the worst thing that could happen to an actor.
With new reports that sitting is "the new smoking," Joel Murphy imagines a world where sitting is outlawed and only outlaws have seats.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss this year's Academy Award nominations (and, in a very meta preamble, they discuss the pointlessness of these awards). They share their thoughts on those films and people nominated and talk about the most notable snubs - including the brilliant
Fontina Turner celebrate's Archer's return to its original format with Pam Poovey-inspired cocaine-dusted bearclaws.