One lucky turducken learns who its father is.
The comics list #PrisonBooks, #HungryGames, #SexyHolidays and evoke #ThanksgivingIn5Words.
The panelists face an unfestive choice between family betrayal and death by turkey zombies.
The panelists dig into some of the more colorful aspects of Thanksgiving.
The comedians share all the best elements of their family Thanksgiving celebrations.
The contestants spice up the holidays to get into the spirit of the season.
The contestants come up with in-store announcements that shoppers might hear on Black Friday.
Two corporate coffee cups face off in a battle for the affections of holiday consumers.
The panelists examine the validity of the war on Christmas and ponder a dicey moral dilemma.
Bloomingdale's runs a shocking ad, and Starbucks's holiday cups outrage Christian conservatives.
The panelists give their take on whether Starbucks's holiday cup design is an assault on Christmas.
Donald Trump declares a Starbucks boycott after the chain erases Christmas from its holiday cups.
The comics ditch the seashells and seashores to write tongue twisters on more modern subjects.
The comedians launch a war on a man who thinks Starbucks is launching a war on Christmas.
The comics list #CelebrityRestaurants, #NerdyCountryMusic, #StressIn5Words and #CelebriTrees.
Mike Yard braves alligator-infested Florida to chat with the winner of Acura's Keep It 100 contest.
The panelists cram an incredible amount of anxiety into five words.
A GOP official in Iowa attempts to protect his state from ridicule by The Daily Show.
Speaking as a toddler drug kingpin, the comics make a demand to their cartel.
The panelists discuss outrageous Halloween costumes that obliterate the boundaries of good taste.