PUT IT IN THE BOOKS — Show 3.10 with Jake & Amir

A reality star, a literary darling, a couple of Internet celebrities, a satirical hip-hop group, the brains behind The Onion's Amazon pilot, and a rising Canadian comedian come together to form our most electric, eclectic show yet! CLICK TO SEE THE FULL GALLERY of snapshots from Show 3.10 at Galapagos by photographer Ellie Zucker.

JUST ADDED — Will Graham, Dan Mirk, Todd Strauss-Schulson from Onion News Empire

Some disappointing news, folks – Jon Glaser had to cancel his appearance on Thursday’s show. We’re working to reschedule him for May. In the meantime, we’re replacing him with the guys behind the HOTTEST new Amazon pilot Onion News Empire: director Todd Strauss-Schulson and writers Will Graham and Dan Mirk. Go watch the pilot now! Give it a good review so it gets picked up for a full series! And then come to Galapagos this Thursday to hear the scandalous behind-the-scenes tell-all!

VIRAL VIDZ — Django’s Farewell Montage

Django Gold first joined the Running Late family in January 2012, picking up guitar duties for The Musical Guests on what was just the third show in franchise history. 11 months and 17 shows later, that shy, gangly young man has proved himself a versatile virtuoso, holding down the piano and filling in on guitar or bass when needed, while blossoming into a shy, gangly, slightly older man. In January 2013, Django will be taking his talents to South Side (Chicago) — not his musical chops, but his fake news crafting skills. He has been offered a fellowship by America’s Finest News Source, and while we’re sad to see him go, we wish him well in his deep-dish future. Let’s take a look back now at Django through the ages, and the legacy with which he leaves the Running Late stage.

SHOW CLIPZ —— Baratunde Thurston Interview

The Onion‘s former Director of Digital Baratunde Thurston chats about his new book How To Be Black and the role of the n-word in comedy.

SHOW CLIPZ —— Joe Randazzo (The Onion) Interview

Scott chats with The Onion‘s editor-in-chief Joe Randazzo about his old Emerson days, the latest Onion developments, and the scourge of Twitter.