Questions for Aziz AnsariThe 30 Minutes or Less star talks slim-cut suits, Twitter, and Tom Haverford's future.
Questions for Janet ReitmanThe author of Inside Scientology discusses the impressive Scientology schools, the church's efforts to recruit African-Americans, and why celebrities don't help bring new followers.
Questions for Louis C.K.The stand-up talks about the new season of Louie and defends Tracy Morgan against charges of homophobia.
Questions for Steve CooganThe star of The Trip talks about the difficulties of playing himself, his disdain for impressions, and his love of a talking-dog video.
Questions for Topher GraceThe Too Big To Fail star talks about living back home with mom and dad, and finally joining Facebook.
Questions for Anna ChlumskyThe My Girl star talks about the upcoming HBO series VEEP, her turn as Liz Lemon's nemesis, and her life-changing encounter with a psychic.
Sarah SilvermanThe comedian discusses her religion, Zoloft, and a plan for an unusual softball league.
Interrogating Ahmet ErtegunThe Atlantic Records founder on Ray Charles, Islamic fundamentalism, and his own hipness.
Questions for Jeff RyanThe author of Super Mario: How Nintendo Conquered America, talks about how Mario became a folk hero.
Questions for Phyllis SmithThe Office star talks about her role in Bad Teacher and her glory days as a hot-pants-wearing NFL cheerleader.
Questions for Simon PeggThe star of Shaun of the Dead talks about his new book, Nerd Do Well, and his romance with a girl called Meredith Catsanus.
Questions for Casey WilsonThe Happy Endings actress talks about writing movies, evil Internet comments, and why The Real Housewives is like a Greek tragedy.
Questions for Jodie FosterThe Beaver director talks about Mel Gibson's troubles, her anxious 20s, and sex scenes that involve puppets.
Questions for Joel KinnamanThe scene-stealing Swedish actor talks about his role in The Killing, his big hippie family, and his burgeoning American film career.
Reagan in 100 PagesA discussion with Andrew Helfer, the writer of Ronald Reagan: A Graphic Biography.
The Trouble With Drawing Dick CheneyErnie Colón and Sid Jacobson, the comic-book vets behind The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation.
Listen to the AdmiralAmerica's most experienced intelligence official on Porter Goss, Donald Rumsfeld, and William Casey's deathbed confessions.