Twenty years after releasing Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), Method Man returns to Staten Island's Park Hill Projects to detail how he became known as a rapper, the recording of the legendary album, and his special technique of serving drugs to customers in automobiles.
Relive the five wonderful seasons of AMC's Breaking Bad by remembering those who died along the way.
WARNING: You've seen it all before, but this video contains some graphic and disturbing imagery. Just like the show. (Oh, and SPOILERS. It's all spoilers.) Go get some tissues. It's about to get misty in here.
Bill's friend Brad is back to question how a congressman was turned into a chauffeur in the second season of Showtime's Homeland, how you can kill someone with a text message, and why a CIA agent would be going on weekend romps with a terrorist.
In this episode of Inside Joke, "World Champion" Judah Friedlander takes us along for a ride in his car as he does four shows working out new material about raspberries, thrift stores, and his impressive sexual prowess. — David Jacoby
In this episode of Inside Joke, Dave Attell takes us through a set at New York City's legendary Comedy Cellar. After rummaging through his notes, Attell works on some new material about the unrest in Egypt and that guy who walked a tightrope across the Grand Canyon.
Dean Norris, who plays Hank on Breaking Bad, talks to Grantland's Chris Ryan about how the show has evolved, filming last episode's climactic shootout scene in the desert, and suddenly being treated like a member of the Beatles when he leaves the house.
Cousin Sal is joined in studio by comedian Jeff Ross to discuss his career in roasting and, more notably, to confront Ross about his insulting comments about Sal in his book, "I Only Roast the Ones I Love." He also calls out Ross on his allegedly exaggerated account of when Tom Cruise tried to resolve Sal and Ross's feud.
Bill's friend Brad Mulcahy REALLY hates Ray Donovan, so we had him in the studio to share his thoughts on the series. It was so much fun that we'll have him back to rant about other stuff he hates, in a series titled "Breaking Brad."