David Gborie proves that anyone can find love and describes the positive part of being overweight.
Lewis Black finds out how McDonald's and Chuck E. Cheese's are adapting to millennials.
The panelists debate whether President Obama has done enough for the African-American community.
Hasan Minhaj uses an infamous fast-food felon to better understand Ban the Box legislation.
Republicans call for a better nuclear deal with Iran without actually providing any specific terms.
Tags: donald trump, candidates, elections, are you not entertained?, masturbation, iran, international affairs, nuclear, weapons, bombs, diplomacy, republicans, lindsey graham, new york mets, baseball, mlb, sports, impressions, monsters, health, benjamin netanyahu, mongering, congress, mitch mcconnell, john kerry, franklin delano roosevelt, greece, germany, money, economy, debt, goldman sachs, mcdonald's, fast food
Jordan Klepper revels in the Supreme Court wins for big energy and big execution.
Tags: death penalty, death, prison, environment, jordan klepper, supreme court, conservative, lgbt, drugs, marriage, flags, racism, restaurants, mcdonald's, fast food, norway, health, songs, music, marriage equality
McDonald's reboots the Hamburglar, and abstinence-only education fails in Texas.
The comics guess how children will end up after wearing onesies that boast about bacon and glitter.
Tags: kids, parents, parenting, family, food, men/women, rants, mcdonald's, fast food, restaurants, sexual advances, tattoos, strippers, jen kirkman, colton dunn, blaine capatch, exclusives, uncensored, fashion, weight/obesity
The McDonald's Hamburglar gets a makeover, and a Japanese hotel opens rooms for women to cry in.
Tags: rapid refresh, mcdonald's, restaurants, fast food, kids, behaving badly, guy fieri, crime, japan, hotels/motels, men/women, crying, video games, grand theft auto, penises, nudity, taints, exclusives, uncensored, jen kirkman, colton dunn, blaine capatch
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
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