Larry chats with a famous politician about ongoing labor issues at fast-food restaurants.
Lewis Black reports on the changing nature of the animal-based entertainment industry.
Stephen tackles an age-old controversy, and filmmaker Christopher Nolan discusses "Interstellar."
Rep. Tammy Duckworth discusses immigration reform, gay rights and Stephen's incurable humanity.
Tags: tammy duckworth, better know a district, on location, illinois, bkad, immigration, ebola, epidemics, kids, borders, iraq war, veterans, military, lgbt, civil rights, affordable care act, health insurance, birth control, guns, second amendment, accept your apology, thailand, mcdonald's, restaurants, fast food, phones, ikea, under the desk
Michael Che discovers an unlikely candidate for the 2016 presidential election.
Tags: michael che, on location, elections, candidates, jeb bush, barack obama, white people, advertising, fast food, mcdonald's, barbara bush, history, speeches, facial hair, adolf hitler, hillary clinton
Revelations about McDonald's come to light, and Ed Stone discusses his work on the Voyager missions.
Divorce proves contagious, and climate change forces McDonald's to modify its Dollar Menu.
Charles Koch wants to eliminate the minimum wage, and McDonald's gives employees a sample budget.
Tags: work/office, charles koch, koch brothers, economy, poverty, fast food, business, protests, bill o'reilly, papa bear, mcdonald's, internet, health, insurance, health care, under the desk, stephen colbert, money
Hackers make Burger King's Twitter page look like McDonald's, while Viacom stages a comparable hack.
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