The books "I Wish Daddy Didn't Drink So Much" and "The Pocket Book of Boners" get new chapters.
Woody strikes up a conversation with Todd Ford, Hazelhurst's crackhead mayor.
The comedians make up facts about the sloppy 2003 version of Chris.
Helen Thorpe discusses some of the psychological impacts of war on female soldiers.
Helen Thorpe discusses her book "Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War."
Rick Perry refuses to support universal health care but endorses gay reparative therapy.
Amy compares lifestyles with a 106-year-old woman who went to the same college that she did.
A magical talking wheelchair falls off the wagon while trying to fulfill a sick child's dying wish.
Stephen investigates a heinous crime committed by an apparent Gumby enthusiast.
Mariel Hemingway addresses common misconceptions about her famously macho grandfather.
As Christmas approaches, Bill O'Reilly and John Stossel provide cautionary tales about giving.
Annie Lederman had to quit drinking, but not for the usual reasons.
Police arrest a Florida congressman, and rapper M.I.A. performs a song from "Matangi."
Robin Williams talks rehab and bike riding.
Andy Samberg gets real with the dais and roasts them like the chickens that they are.
R.J. Cutler reveals the one thing Dick Cheney wouldn't discuss on-camera.
Ders begs a bus driver to take "the Ders way" to get the guys to the office.
Patton Oswalt reveals that he had Doritos for breakfast -- again.
Ken Burns talks about Prohibition and the events leading up to its repeal.
TelAmeriCorp's HR rep helps Ders and Blake with their alcohol issues.