Donald Trump wins the eighth GOP primary debate after doubling down on his support for torture.
An ad suggests a causal link between major football victories and higher birth rates.
Chris's words come back to haunt him, and the comedians play along.
Mattel is releasing Barbies with diverse body types, so the comics make the case for Dad Bod Ken.
Roy Wood Jr. reimagines a Bernie Sanders commercial for different constituents.
The panelists provide their own voiceovers for bizarre scenes from infomercials.
The panelists give their take on dancing quarterback Cam Newton and gear up for Super Bowl 50.
The panelists talk about the on-the-field antics of Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
The comics list awful products that Oprah could sell using her impeccable business skills.
Donald Trump has a realization about his fans, and Barbara Bush half-heartedly defends Jeb Bush.
A Georgia Air Force base apologizes for its insensitive Martin Luther King, Jr. Day ad.
The contestants come up with taglines for shoddy knockoff toys.
The panelists caption unlikely "Star Wars" stock photos.
After watching weird local commercials, the comics provide the next lines for the outlandish ads.
Jessica Williams reviews a campaign ad on border control from presidential contender Ted Cruz.
The comedians issue a press statement as Donald Trump's antagonistic campaign manager.
The comedians reveal personal details about a nattily dressed mall Santa.
Michelle Obama raps about the importance of college, bringing a right-wing nightmare to life.
ISIS releases a video highlighting its oldest member, an elderly grandfather from China.
The comedians describe typical conversations on old 1-900 lines.