Rosie O'Donnell narrates the illustrious history of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
A spokesperson for Jack Daniel's proudly touts the whiskey's historical connection to slavery.
An inventor looking to end concussions in the NFL locks down a major celebrity endorsement.
The doctor behind a series of viral popping videos teams up with Daniel for a commercial.
The director of a phone company commercial lays some intense demands on one of the actors.
Donald Trump (Bob DiBuono) pitches his new line of firearms.
As air travel hits record highs, the TSA tries (unsuccessfully) to recruit more workers.
The panelists discuss a possible "two-for-one" presidency helmed by Hillary and Bill Clinton.
For 50 years, American corporations fought to keep lead paint legal at the expense of public health.
The panelists discuss George Zimmerman's latest attempt to exploit his killing of Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman tries to sell the pistol he used to kill Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
The comedians answer questions about pizza joints based on their terrible ads.
Hasan Minhaj learns about the stunning pay gap between America's male and female pro soccer players.
The comedians find out just how over-the-top local attack ads can be.
Abbi slips up, and Paul and Sharee realize that maybe the 60s weren't so great.
Amy introduces her friends to a new product that makes vaginas taste like nothing.
The panelists discuss how "Hamilton" kept women from being honored on the front of the $10 bill.
Southwest Airlines removes a college student from a flight for using "jihadist language."
Daniel Tosh wants people to stop decorating their cars with bumper stickers.
Stephen Hawking spearheads a plan to send robotic emissaries to Earth's nearest star system.