Forrest moves into a communal home with his new wife and her hippie housemates.
Forrest scrambles to think of a million-dollar idea to present at a self-help seminar.
Forrest tries to understand a submission from a viewer that doesn't make any sense.
A lineup of guests who are three times the size of Jon.
Andrew and Veronica argue about whether it's OK to turn down your partner's sexual advances.
The manager of a fast-food restaurant handles a crisis with a bombastic speech.
Women at lunch swap shame stories about overeating.
A military video game presents very different obstacles for its female characters.
Finally there's an app to manage all those human hobbits who think they're your boyfriend.
Malala Yousafzai describes the Taliban's harsh governing style.
Jim Gaffigan isn't a comedian that's just about food and eating.
Jim Gaffigan knows that all shellfish are just bugs on the bottom of the ocean.
There is nothing magical about weddings in Jim Gaffigan's mind.
Never try to impress Jim Gaffigan with a vegetable.
Nobody is more misunderstood than Tracy Morgan's uncle.