Two pundits engage in a mindless debate over whether the TSA's no-fly list is a necessary evil.
Trevor explains why St. Patrick's Day is a holiday exclusively for white people.
St. Paddy's Day can be about more than just avoiding a bunch of wasted white people.
Speaking as a toddler drug kingpin, the comics make a demand to their cartel.
The panelists discuss how the show balanced scripted material with on-set improvisation.
For the talent portion of the pageant, Lillian sings a rousing putdown of Irish immigrants.
Gay marriage becomes legal in Ireland, and gun violence erupts at a biker gang meeting in Texas.
The comics #MakeACelebrityIrish, explain #BeforeTwitterI and list #NBABands and #AdorableIllnesses.
The panelists discuss cultural identity and the relevance of the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Larry examines the pushback against letting gays march in New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade.
The comedians get in on the St. Patrick's Day fun by writing steamy texts as horny leprechauns.
The comedians hashtag photos of a public pisser and a sloshed Mickey Mouse.
The comedians list Gaelic versions of celebrities' names in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
Ireland legalizes Class A narcotics, and a men's homeless shelter picks a questionable name.
Conan O'Brien recalls turning to "Gilmore Girls" during a moment of desperation in Cuba.
Christine Lagarde explains how the IMF functions as a lender for countries throughout the world.
The comedians learn about virtual therapy and sexy innovations in airline travel.
The Best F#@king News Team Ever descends on London for the royal birth.
Scientists identify the disease that caused the Great Famine.
Jason Jones talks with Tad Devine about an Irish titty scandal and a disastrous Bolivian campaign.