The panelists translate lines from bizarre overseas ads starring American celebrities.
Martin O'Malley and Hillary Clinton are forced to answer uncomfortable questions at a CNN town hall.
Comedian Gad Elmaleh chats about learning English to prepare for his first U.S. tour.
Maine's governor makes some regrettable remarks, and North Korea says it detonated a hydrogen bomb.
"The Art of Language Invention" author David J. Peterson describes using etymology to create words.
The panelists use their MC skills to bring North Korea's state-sanctioned girl band to the stage.
"Live with Kelly and Michael" co-host Michael Strahan discusses his memoir, "Wake Up Happy."
"Wake Up Happy" author Michael Strahan discusses his transition from the NFL to morning television.
Marion Cotillard talks about working with Michael Fassbender in the film "Macbeth."
The panelists try to interpret phrases constructed entirely from emojis.
Christine and The Queens perform "Tilted" from their self-titled album.
Christine and The Queens get a special compliment from Trevor and perform the song "It."
Christine and The Queens team up with rapper Tunji Ige to perform the song "No Harm Done."
Ronny Chieng finds an alternative to America's expensive and woefully outdated voting machines.
The comics write a review of Spain's nonexistent "clitoris festival."
Donald Trumps proves he's capable of being president -- just not in the U.S.
Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper use police training to see who is more sympathetic to minorities.
Al Madrigal tests out the Waldorf Astoria after rumors of Chinese spies at the hotel surface.
Dorothy Fuldheim becomes the first woman to anchor a TV news show.
King Ferdinand sends two conquistadors to the Caribbean whose leadership strategies differ greatly.