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Comic Eric André hosts a late-night show that parodies low-budget public-access programs and brings the talk genre to another level -- not in a good way. It features interviews with celebrities -- some really are, and others are impersonators -- and what producers describe as "extreme real-life weirdos" interspersed with "deranged" man-on-the-street segments and just general chaos in the studio. Working with André is apathetic sidekick Hannibal Buress, who serves as the straight man to the hyperactive host.

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Wink Martindale; Sarah Burns.
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James Van Der Beek; Steve-O; Chef Rory Scovel; T-Pain.
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Jodie Sweetin; Vivica A. Fox.
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Lou Ferrigno; Downtown Julie Brown.
aired 18 days ago
Krysten Ritter; Dominic Monaghan.
aired 18 days ago
Maria Menounos; Eric Balfour.
aired 25 days ago
Ryan Phillippe.
aired 25 days ago
Jack Nicholson.
aired 32 days ago
Evangelos.
aired 32 days ago
J-Moe.
aired 39 days ago
Sinbad.
aired 39 days ago
Reese Witherspoon.
aired 46 days ago
Eric interviews Brandi Glanville from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and Vice President Joe Biden.
aired 46 days ago
Tatyana Ali.
aired 53 days ago
Rick Fox.
aired 53 days ago
Dolph Lundgren.
aired 60 days ago
Actor Jack Black; actress Jennette McCurdy.
aired 60 days ago
Interview with Dennis Rodman and Haley Joel Osment; musical guests David Alan Grier and Alan Thicke.
aired 67 days ago
Wrestler Chris Jericho; basketball player Roy Hibbert; rapper Flavor Flav.
aired 67 days ago
Actor Raymond Cruz; TV personality Amber Rose; Thundercat performs.
aired 75 days ago
Musician Warren G; TV personality Kelly Osbourne; comic Jim Norton; skateboarder Tony Hawk.

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