Plus: The first thing AJ Clemente, the disgraced potty-mouthed anchor, did after he got fired, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
She'll play a gay, lethal detective.
Adam Scott as Jim? Mary Lynn Rajskub as Pam?
He'll play an irascible detective.
You'll get a glimpse at The Farm after all.
For a night.
Stop watching this filth!
NBC passed on the show.
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It's a nerd party, and you're invited.
It's Die Hard 2's Tom Bower.
Including a Bigfoot-hunting pothead brother and Nazi great uncle.
Plus: Rainn Wilson enacted a conversation between the two "friendliest" cultures, Texan and Canadian, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Show-runner Paul Lieberstein (Toby!) reveals all.
The beet farm is about to hit the big time.
"We made Rainn do some very interesting stuff so far this season."
We see how the Dunder Mifflinites have changed from season one through today.
A scatterbrained film that sucks up the essence of so many other superheroes it loses any sense of a distinct identity.
The effect of Steve Carell's departure from 'The Office' will be "85 percent downfall, 15 percent brilliant re-creation."
Unfortunately, he's now the only member of the band.
It's the indie version of a superhero movie.
Which casts Wilson as a not so powerful avenger.
Plus Jean Ralphio!
Tim and Eric Tell Stories About Their Awesome Show Celebrity Guests, From Zach Galifianakis to Ted Danson
And as they share stories of how they booked these famous faces, we grade the odds of them just putting us on.
"In all honesty, I would say it's a lot closer to Kathy Bates in 'About Schmidt' than, like, Julianne Moore in 'Short Cuts.'"