President Obama lifts an arms ban on Vietnam, siding with the country in its feud with China.
Dennis Rodman (Jordan Carlos) explains his role in North Korea's release of an American prisoner.
Roy Wood Jr. and Hasahn Minhaj decide whether McRibs or weird smells are worse.
Bret Ernst remembers getting into a vicious argument with his unstable babysitter.
Ari Shaffir and Mat Edgar reminisce about the time they did mushrooms while camping.
The comics name #NSFWShows, #FastFoodBooks, #GreetTheAliensIn5Words and detail #SingleLifeIn5Words.
Roy Wood Jr. reacts to Red Lobster's seafood substitutions and McDonald's misleading menu items.
The panelists turn classic books into junk food-infused pieces of literature.
A gay Pennsylvania couple has a hard time tying the knot even after same-sex marriage is legalized.
James Davis, Flula Borg and Jen Kirkman search for significance behind other people's ink.
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.
Hasan Minhaj looks into how formerly incarcerated Americans fare in the workplace.
Republicans call for a better nuclear deal with Iran without actually providing any specific terms.
Jordan Klepper revels in the Supreme Court wins for big energy and big execution.
Nick Swardson hates being the sober guy who drives his drunk friends to get fast food.
McDonald's reboots the Hamburglar, and abstinence-only education fails in Texas.
The McDonald's Hamburglar gets a makeover, and a Japanese hotel opens rooms for women to cry in.