Andrew Santino explains how randy birds have disrupted his sleep schedule.
Walter tells Jeff Dunham why he hates Los Angeles.
William Mulholland breaks the law in order to build the Los Angeles Aqueduct.
Los Angeles's first judge sets out to tame the Wild West.
The state of California prohibits schools from using "Redskins" as a team name.
Larry chats with two prison inmates about their new roles as California firefighters.
California and Texas take wildly different approaches to the threat of gun violence on campus.
Paul F. Tompkins talks about unappealing public transportation options in Los Angeles.
Not everyone is happy about California's death-with-dignity law, which legalizes assisted suicide.
Natasha Leggero hates Burning Man even though she's never attended it.
Hannibal Buress tells a story about the perils of not having proper identification.
Hannibal asks the citizens of Beverly Hills if they've heard of rapper Meek Mill.
Fred Armisen guarantees the audience that he can do any accent perfectly.
Sean Patton discusses unusual dog names, Irish goodbyes and one very confusing STD test.
The panelists talk about wealthy water hogs in California and President Obama's singing skills.
Wealthy Californian Terry Provost argues that water-rationing laws should only apply to poor people.
Rich Californians ignore calls to ration their water despite the state's devastating drought.
California's ongoing drought forces residents to conserve water through unpopular means.
Al Madrigal enjoys the drought-free East Coast while visiting from water-conscious Los Angeles.
Drought-plagued Californians may soon be able to quench their thirst with recycled sewage water.