Judge the outfits vicariously through the Fug Girls!
The comedians discuss their new project, getting older, and carrying the other guys.
"It'd be pretty funny to see Lane stoned out of his head on LSD."
The actor talks to us about his guest roles on 'Rescue Me' and 'Covert Affairs,' his Irish friendship with Denis Leary, and his famous eyebrows.
The comedian discusses her crush on Paul Rudd, growing chest hair for her book, and why she was upset by Jezebel.
"The Queen of Mean" chats with us about the ins and outs of roasting and insult comedy, and why she doesn't like to make fun of people she hates.
Aubrey Plaza on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Why She’s More Than Just ‘That Girl Who Rolls Her Eyes’
The 'Park and Recreation' star on avoiding typecasting, the weirdness of Comic-Con, and why April and Andy were meant to be.
The actress discusses last week's episode.
We chat with the actor about his upcoming movies, acting with robots, and the superhero he'd like to play.
The actor talks about why one show succeeds over another, how being an actor is like being a baseball player, and his first step into comedy.
The actor discusses returning to comedy, working with a vulture, and why he'll never make torture porn.
Ten being true love, zero meaning as suspicious as Michael Jackson marrying Lisa-Marie Presley and sticking his tongue in her mouth on MTV.
The actor talks about playing a mentor, the difference between "wing man" and "extra man," and learning an accent from an audiobook.
"The gray hair is all mine."
The actor talks about 'Get Low,' his adventures in dish-washing, and what he tells people who ask him about the ending of 'Lost in Translation.'
"I'll die, and this film will still be playing. So I just want to make sure my ass is in good condition when people take a look at it."
"I’m not surprised by anything because I really just feel as if I’m on a slow, steady course to, just, destruction in every facet of my body and mind."
And Yo-Landi Vi$$er tells us about her obsession with rats.
"I don't think that I'm that fashionable. I used to be, when I was a teenager."
The actress discusses her thoughts on the new, improved agency, how much Peggy has changed, and which character will be the first to try LSD.
Won't you join us as we journey back through Comic-Con?
"I'm not really a tattoo person at all."
But where are all the Transformers?
The comedienne talks about her new album, 'Cho Dependent,' and gets serious about music.