Kyle Kinane has earned a following with gravel-voiced, self-deprecating stories, often about what he ate or drank-- or wished he didn't. He's appeared on Netflix in Judd Apatow's series "Love," and you can also hear him on Comedy Central, where he's their voice-over announcer. His new special premieres on that channel on Oct. 15. It's called "Loose In Chicago." This week, he teaches us how we can find serenity in grocery store aisles, conspiracy theorists, and more.
We've got a brand-new "Guest List," in which an interesting person lists some interesting things. This time around the guest is comedian Eric Andre, host of "The Eric Andre Show." Eric to lists a few disastrous interviews that served as "inspirations" for him to purposefully create one of the worst talk shows ever.
Natasha Leggero is one of the creators and stars of the Comedy Central show "Another Period." Moshe Kasher, is a producer on that show and a stand-up comedy star. You may've seen him on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "Maron." The two just got married, and are currently road-tripping around the country doing a series of live shows they've dubbed "The Honeymoon Tour." With that in mind, we asked them to list a couple of pop culture road trips.
The chief film critic at the New York Times, who recently published his first book, shines a light on the performances and movies that were overlooked by The Academy last year.
Author Leigh Bardugo first cracked the New York Times Bestseller list with "The Grisha Trilogy" -- a young adult fantasy series set in a world based on Czarist Russia. Earier this week her new novel, "Six of Crows," was the bestselling young adult book in the land. Leigh tells us about it, and recommends a few young adult titles that prove the category (it's not a genre!) is for old and young alike.
The creators of the surreal cult cartoon -- which concludes its 11th and final season on Cartoon Network this week -- list the absurd people and shows that encouraged them to create a series about a trio of anthropomorphic fast food items.
For years, actor and comedian Chris Gethard hosted the cult favorite public access TV show, "The Chris Gethard Show." Now his show is on the Fusion network, and he tells us about some of the twisted, hard-to-categorize variety shows that shaped his tastes.
The "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" funnyman releases his book, "The Smartest Book in the World," on May 5. He crafts a guest list for the ultimate cerebral dinner party. Watch your back, Trebek.
The married couple who created web series hit "High Maintenance" together list some other impressive partnerships that combine romance and art.