Katherine Curtis starts us off with the wheelings and dealings from Hollywood, Inside The Box
- Michelle Yeoh has been confirmed to play Captain Georgiou of the starship Shenzhou in CBS All Access' upcoming Star Trek: Discovery
- Marshawn Lynch will play himself as an uncooperative witness on Brooklyn Nine-Nine
- AT&T has launched their DirecTV Now streaming service, with their Go Big package of over 100 channels starting at $35/month
- The US version of the UK series Hunted will debut on CBS following the NFL's AFC championship game
- Our Stream This is the Amazon series Good Girls Revolt, a workplace drama based on the women who worked at Newsweek in the late 60s

Guest Anchor Clara answers a question about her favorite cosplay costumes, in Ask An Anchor

We then head to the Naked Newsroom where Natasha Olenski has our top stories
- In an interview with Rolling Stone, Barack Obama says marijuana should be legalized and regulated similarly to tobacco and alcohol
- The FDA has okayed a large-scale phase 3 trial of MDMA - ecstasy - to help people with PTSD. Earlier trials were very promising
- Jim Delligatti, the creator of McDonald's Big Mac, died at the age of 98, after nearly 50 years of also eating at least one Big Mac every week
- The Internet Archive is seeking donations to help them create a backup in Canada, amid concerns Donald Trump could restrict the web
- A bucket with $1.6 million in gold flakes was stolen from the back of an armored truck in Manhattan when the vehicle was left unattended
- Dictionary.com has named "xenophobia" their word of the year

In the Naked Weather Report, Madison Banes marks the 67th anniversary of Gene Autry's "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" hitting the record charts, by looking at some other great Christmas songs. That includes Jose Feliciano's "Feliz Navidad", Enya's version of "Silent Night", and The Pogues' "Fairytale of New York".  Plus, of course a look ahead at the weekend weather forecasts

Roxanne O'Neill checks in with our Boob of the Week, which is being awarded to the vegetarians and vegans who are up in arms about Britain's new polymer money containing a "minute trace" of tallow - an animal byproduct. Despite the fact money has always had incidental animal content, and of course that there are far more pressing issues to get outraged about, this is the topic they're creating angry petitions to the Bank of England about. 

Carli Bei rocks out with music news in Turn It Up
- The deadline has been extended to cast votes for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, with voting at RockHall.com
- The Grammys also announced the songs and albums they'll induct into their Hall of Fame, with classics from Deep Purple, Nirvana, and more
- A 4-day event at Paisley Park is planned to commemorate Prince's life next April. The Revolution and members of 3rdEyeGirl will be there
- Spotify's new billboard campaign is referencing some users' unusual listening habits, though not by name
- Carli reviews The Weeknd's new album, Starboy. Does it live up to his last album, with huge hits like "Can't Feel My Face"? Find out! 

And today's hosts, Eila Adams and Veronica, close things out with some Viewer Mail! They answer some emails about women's sexual prime, getting older, and our lovely guest anchor Clara.  Watch it all now at www.NakedNews.com