Australian actor Joel Edgerton's first big Hollywood role was in 2002's "Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones." Since then, he's been seen in "Zero Dark Thirty," "The Great Gatsby," and now as King Ramses in "Exodus: Gods and Kings."
Gina Rodriguez, the Golden Globe-nominated star of "Jane the Virgin," opens the show up with this book-joke.
A royal laugh from writer Nick Hornby about a peculiar way to cook potatoes.
Writer William Bostwick tells us a joke about another nighttime delight, the moon.
Emily Spivack, artist, author, and editor of "Worn Stories" - a book about clothes - tells us a cheetah-print joke.
The sticky subject of faulty boomerangs.
Rivers Cuomo of Weezer gets down with this joke about a piano... falling down.
Justin Simien - the filmmaker behind the smash Sundance hit "Dear White People" (in theaters this week) - riffs on pumpkin proportions.
Pointed wit from Mike Hadreas, best known as Perfume Genius.
Novelist Sigrid Nunez shares something a bit unflattering - but definitely funny - that filmmaker Sergio Leone may have once said about Clint Eastwood.