Louisiana gubernatorial candidate John Bel Edwards attacks rival David Vitter's salacious past.
The comedians find special prizes in their cereal boxes.
The contestants provide their own voiceovers to accompany chaotic infomercials.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel recalls a "Nightline" special on South Africa's history of apartheid.
A woman teaches Daniel the ins and outs of raising opossums.
Bernie Sanders calls out Hillary Clinton's Wall Street donors during the latest Democratic debate.
Two corporate coffee cups face off in a battle for the affections of holiday consumers.
Bloomingdale's runs a shocking ad, and Starbucks's holiday cups outrage Christian conservatives.
Bob Saget shares his visceral reactions to three different versions of John Stamos.
The comics create porn-themed soccer rules and learn about a Tinder update.
Ronny Chieng finds an alternative to America's expensive and woefully outdated voting machines.
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Larry gets inside the guys' heads, causing friction within Dormtainment.
Larry suffers through the rap song released by Ben Carson's presidential campaign.
Houston native Grace Parra offers her toilet-centric take on a local anti-discrimination statute.
The contestants explore the secret lives of bizarre retail-store dummies.
Jordan Klepper and Roy Wood Jr. examine shared frustrations felt by police and African Americans.
Nathan hires a bodybuilder and a ghostwriter to help him create his new workout program.
During a breakup, Sam Morril had time to reflect on the greatness of Magic Johnson.
Rep. Trey Gowdy grills former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in yet another Benghazi hearing.
The panelists pitch slogans for a handful of inexplicable Halloween costumes.