Roy Wood Jr. examines the scandals that embroil all three of Alabama's highest state offices.
Larry considers a post-apocalyptic choice between a pair of equally mismatched mates.
Paula D. takes a moment to ask God for a few things.
Inspired by Paula Deen, the comics cook up some down-home meals.
Even the rich and famous have kinky fetishes, so the comics guess what some A-listers are into.
Eddie Huang reveals his true feelings about a trio of celebrity chefs.
The comedians tie together a few seemingly random Amazon purchases.
Porn stars read "Oh, The Places You'll Go!," and a company does your breaking up for you.
Jeff Ross expresses his feelings for Martha Stewart.
Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee uses food-based metaphors to explain his views on gay marriage.
The comics celebrate Guy Fieri's birthday with appropriate gifts for the TV personality.
The Iron Sheik tells the comedians what he really thinks about a few notable personalities.
Morale hits a low point after a summer of depressing news stories.
The comedians offer up the titles of the worst YouTube supercut fan videos.
Sinbad believes in racial harmony, but he's not gonna push the system.
When the apocalypse comes, Tracy Morgan is going to be ready.
The guests figure out whether The Iron Sheik loves or hates Paula Deen.
Would you shop at Forever 61?
The guests pose questions to a new item on a Philadelphia restaurant menu.
John Oliver loses his youth before his last hurrah as host.