Kevin Hart talks about his "What Now" comedy tour and sharing his workouts on social media.
The comics take inspiration from "The Dukes of Hazzard" to narrate a noteworthy semi-truck jump.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson breaks a record, and the comedians do their best to replace a hipster.
Tags: dwayne "the rock" johnson, world records, photos, challenges, middle finger, craigslist, friends, hipsters, reddit, the onion, crime, nascar, local news team, fights, lookin' good, exclusives, uncensored, chris d'elia, nick swardson, whitney cummings, blue collar
Two influential billionaires question the value of a university education.
Tags: march badness, lookin' good, fashion, animals, sex, world records, porn, college, education, school, michael bloomberg, work/office, money, spit-takes, rory albanese, fraternity/sorority, douchebags, banking, wealth, family, elitism, debt, wall street, viagra, interns
A "Game of Thrones" actor sets a world record, and the panelists list creepy Facebook activities.
Craigslist posters seek snowed-in sex, and the Netherlands debuts a defense against gorilla attacks.
Tags: sklar brothers, exclusives, uncensored, rapid refresh, football, world records, craigslist, weather, sex, fetishes, kids, costumes, food, lookin' good, netherlands, animals, monkeys, zoos, jason sklar, randy sklar, matt walsh
Living legend Paul McCartney is like a one-man karaoke bar, minus the weird music videos.
Former Mets catcher Mike Piazza outplayed his low draft position.
Tags: interviews, mike piazza, controversies, scandals, drugs, awards, money, wealth, steroids, cheating, laws, health, baseball, new york mets, world records, injuries, painkillers, balls, growing up, voting, books
John Oliver interviews almost-President Herman Cain about American exceptionalism.
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