Dennis Rodman (Jordan Carlos) tries to ease concerns about the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
Just ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, the city contends with toxic waters and police defiance.
The comedians list reasons to attend Brazil's Olympics despite high crime rates and a Zika outbreak.
Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the Olympics Games amid political strife and health concerns.
Brazil gears up for the Olympics amid political scandal, rampant pollution and a Zika epidemic.
Hasan Minhaj learns about the stunning pay gap between America's male and female pro soccer players.
Pip and Daniel compare notes on the residents of Los Angeles and the finer points of arm breakage.
The comics describe the would-be Boston Olympics and discuss Amazon's triumph over Walmart.
If bowling is now an Olympic sport, then these comics' ideas for new events are just as deserving.
Viacheslav Fetisov recalls playing for one of the best hockey teams in history in "Red Army."
Viacheslav Fetisov recalls a memorable parade following his Detroit Red Wings Stanley Cup win.
Stephen proves that he is a man of many faces, fashions and nationalities.
Stephen reports from a dressage ring, an art gallery, the Puppy Bowl and other unique locations.
Jim Thorpe threatens Avery Brundage's chances of winning the decathlon at the 1912 Olympics.
Scandal erupts over Jim Thorpe's Olympic medals, and Karey Dornetto describes weightlifting gear.
North Korea develops a mushroom-based sports drink, and Olympic officials blast Rio de Janeiro.
Tracy Morgan thinks he knows why Oscar Pistorius did what he did.
Stephen wins the Winter Olympics.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White reflect on being America's first Olympic ice dancing gold medalists.
The Dutch speedskating coach gloats over Team USA's Olympic performance, but Stephen fights back.