An evil spirit possesses an affable nerd's new plaything.
The Tosh.0 audience guesses what doctors will take out of their patients.
The comedians learn questionable facts about their bodies from retro sex ed videos.
California and Texas take wildly different approaches to the threat of gun violence on campus.
The comics invent chants for activists who are using dildos to object to their school's gun rules.
The comics ponder what Hillary Clinton's thank-you gift is and suggest John McAfee campaign slogans.
Ex-Menudo member Angelo Garcia shares the secret to being a successful male stripper.
Before anyone meets The One, they must put up with Those Who Are So Not The One.
The panelists weigh in on Target's plan to remove gender-based signage from its shopping aisles.
The comics list #BadSharkTankPitches, #RuinAThriller, #SupervillainCelebs and wave #JonVoyage.
Grant helps Forrest rationalize his task of curing a gay man of his homosexuality.
The best "Shark Tank" pitches are shrewd and marketable, but these comedians' ideas are neither.
The comics #RuinAWestern and list #DirtyPolitics, #NewHarryPotterBooks and #GotDumpedBecause.
The panelists explain what caused their exes to break up with them.
The contestants place a curse on a treasure chest and write a song about vibrators.
The comics describe the would-be Boston Olympics and discuss Amazon's triumph over Walmart.
The panelists reminisce about lavish vacations that they never actually went on.
The Bellacourt women undergo orgasm therapy to rid themselves of their feminine ailments.
The comics celebrate Hand Job Day with Tengaman and name a bird that steals joints.
The panelists peer into the future to imagine all the ways that robot lovers will break our hearts.