Billy reveals how he was able to sing so well in his new movie Rudderless.
Jimmy, Guillermo and Billy Crudup eat food made by the #1 chef in Italy.
A recent study found that out of all the voice-activated systems they tested Siri is the worst one. We would not put up with Siri's behavior in any other situation. Imagine what it would be like if Siri was a waitress.
Billy talks about his extremely competitive nature and he reveals some of the things it has led him to do.
There are many tourists in Hollywood and it's a lot for the LAPD to cover. So to help them out, we got Jimmy's cousin Sal a police uniform and instructed him to write random tickets for infractions he made up. #HollywoodPatrol
Billy reveals some of the acting roles he's turned down in the past.
Same sex weddings are legal now in 30 states which means a lot more money for the wedding industry. A new market is opening up to catering halls, bakers, travel agents and more. Even some food brands are becoming part of the same sex wedding market.
Weezer performing "Ain't Got Nobody."
Jimmy remembers a fake Twitter account he made for Josh Charles.
Jimmy talks to Robin about her starring role in hit Netflix series House of Cards and Jimmy tries out Kevin Spacey's role.
Jimmy reads suggestions from the audience and introduces a new techno star, Roy Bongo.
Jimmy and Robin chat about an encounter she had with her childhood obsession, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and they discuss her latest film A Most Wanted Man.
When RJ gets caught in a lie, his relationship with Jenny falters. In her absence, Amy joins RJ on a quest to save his drunk, depressed, and unemployed father.
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Muno takes us on a bug tour of Gabbaland! Plex shrinks the characters down to follow the Oskie bugs to their underground world where we meet the Queen Oskie Bug and watch eggs hatch.
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Christopher Walken - May 19, 2001: Hosted by Christopher Walken with special guest appearances by Winona Ryder and Kevin Nealon. Sketches include 'Hardball,' 'Lov-ahs,' and 'Centaur Job Interview.'
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