Two Star Wars posts from the vault in honor of Star Wars Day.
From the Vault Archive
In 2014, we talked to Glenn Howerton about It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's longevity, the differences between acting on your own show and someone else's (Fargo) and how his parents talked him out of being a scientist.
Last year, we talked to Jessica Walter about season seven of Archer, the chances of another season of Arrested Development and the similarities between the two iconic matriarchs.
In 2015, OK Go stopped in Baltimore as part of their North American tour and we were on hand to cover it. If you missed it then, enjoy our photos and show recap now.
We were there in April 2012 for Alison Brie's band The Girls very first live performance. And at that show, we caught up with Brie to talk to her about her new band and her two beloved television shows - Community and Mad Men.
Last year, we talked to Oswalt about balancing acting with stand up, living in an Elmore Leonard novel as Constable Bob on Justified and his thoughts on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. If you missed in then, enjoy it now.
Last year, we spoke to Chris Parnell about his journey to become an actor, his experience at the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special and the wavering of his Christian faith.
In light over the recent debate over President Trump's Muslim ban, we thought it was a good time to revisit this column from Kim Le looking at her parents' struggle to leave war-torn Vietnam.
In 2012, we talked to Amber Nash from Archer, who had just begun a European tour with her theatre group Dad's Garage, about voice work, Comic-Con and what was in store for Pam.
A rebroadcast of the audio version of our interview with Janet Varney from You're the Worst, Burning Love and The Legend of Korra.