Hello There, Funny Man

Oct 5, 2009, 7:05 PM | Updated: Apr 4, 2011, 7:55 pm

A few weeks ago, Joel McHale, formerly of Almost Live and currently of pretty much everything, was kind enough to call me up and chat for a bit.

When I say this kid is busy, I mean it. Imagine hosting a weekly reality-clip show (The Soup on E!), starring in a new NBC comedy (Community) and a new blockbuster movie (The Informant) with Matt Damon. Not exactly the typical day in an average American life.

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Not only does he do all of these things, but he calls my show too! Though half of me thinks it’s to gloat about his correct prediction on the outcome of the USC vs. Washington game.

If nothing else, don’t miss his new show, airing at its new time, 8pm PT on NBC, where you can find it for the rest of the season. If you want more McHale, tune in every Wednesday because he’s joining me every week folks!

If you can’t wait until Wednesday, click right here to listen to the shenanigans he pulled today.

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