From Daphne Blake in Scooby-Doo: Mystery Inc. to Azula in Avatar: The Last Airbender to Catwoman in Batman: Arkham City, Grey DeLisle has carved out an impressive and eclectic career making animated characters come to life. In this hour-long interview originally posted in 2013, we talk to
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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. We even asked
Even if you don't recognize his face, chances are you are familiar with H. Jon Benjamin's smooth baritone voice. From Home Movies to Archer to Bob's Burgers, Benjamin has lent his memorable pipes to a variety of colorful characters on quirky animated shows. Last year, we caught
In 2010, we had to opportunity to sit down with Alan Dale and pleasantly chat about the final season of Lost, his tragic history of on-screen heart attacks and his sweet 1970s afro.
In honor of Presidents' Day, Joel Murphy thinks the U.S. should start a "Know Your POTUS" campaign to teach us about our more obscure Presidents.
Even spies have to deal with the Human Resource Department. On Archer, the ISIS crew is stuck dealing with Pam Poovey, a rotund, dolphin puppet-wielding gossip. Luckily, while Pam herself isn't much fun to be around, Amber Nash, who voices the outlandish character, couldn't be nicer and
Krampus has been getting a lot of attention lately, but he's not the only one of Santa's forgotten sidekicks. Joel Murphy looks at some of Santa's other helpers from across the globe in this classic column.
In this column from 2014, Hans Gruber, on the day of the Nakatomi Tower heist, finds himself distracted ... by love.
In light over the recent debate over Syrian refugees coming to this country, we thought it was a good time to revisit this column from Kim Le looking at her parents' struggle to leave war-torn Vietnam.
Joel Murphy certainly isn't the first person to point out that Thanksgiving is getting increasingly overshadowed by Christmas. However, he might be the first person to actually have a plan to do something about it. Murphy thinks it's time to take back Thanksgiving. And he's ready to