Chris Garcia explains why soccer is more interesting if you watch it in Spanish.
Esteban Colberto gives his take on President Obama's plan to overhaul America's immigration policy.
Julio Torres finds the paper clip in Microsoft Word to be helpful until he switches languages.
Martin and Memo begin a new business venture.
Some of the valets around the comedy club make Gabriel a little nervous.
Gabriel Iglesias explains why certain interviews with Spanish-speaking athletes lack intensity.
Fluffy's shorts have a long and storied history.
Don't be fooled by his looks -- Chris Distefano is from the streets.
The comics guess what a reality porn show encourages its viewers to do.
An unconventional trainer leads a horse through some yoga poses.
Annie Lederman had to quit drinking, but not for the usual reasons.
Divorce proves contagious, and climate change forces McDonald's to modify its Dollar Menu.
A drunk Joe Mande has a few questions for the owner of his neighborhood bodega.
Everything in America is easier if you're Latino.
ABC News phonetically transcribes Marco Rubio's Spanish State of the Union response in English.
The GOP appeals to Hispanics, Obama tries to appease gun owners, and Sonia Sotomayor joins Stephen.
Gabriel Iglesias explains how you can identify different Spanish dialects.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos explores Latino voter polls and comprehensive immigration reform.
The presidential candidates gear up for the debates, and Univision's Jorge Ramos joins Stephen.
The Supreme Court strikes down most of Arizona's immigration law S.B. 1070.