Donald Trump (Bob DiBuono) reacts to President Obama's apparent refusal to utter his name.
The panelists give honest titles to pieces of classic literature.
The comics list chapters found in J.K. Rowling's spellbinding take on U.S. wizarding history.
The comics witness an awkward arrest and tell wizardly dad jokes.
The comedians use charming "Harry Potter"-inspired pickup lines to land dates.
Mike Yard and Ricky Velez can't stomach Donald Trump's extreme position against Muslim immigrants.
Speaking as conservative analysts, the contestants rebrand super villains as the patriots they are.
The panelists imagine what they'd overhear at the new boozy "Harry Potter" studio tour.
The comedians enrage Twitter with the most incendiary hashtags they can imagine.
The comics #RuinAWestern and list #DirtyPolitics, #NewHarryPotterBooks and #GotDumpedBecause.
The comics offer up ideas for future entries in the "Harry Potter" series.
The comics drive down minor league baseball attendance by coming up with horrible events.
Jessica Williams examines what it's like being black at a pool party in Texas.
Is there an actual "Uptown Funk" cover by suburban moms or hedge fund managers?
"Game of Thrones" star Peter Dinklage describes one of his co-star's eccentric habits.
The Daily Show rags on CNN a lot, mostly because they're terrible.
Senator Ted Cruz announces his bid for president to an auditorium of disengaged college students.
Hasan Minhaj starts a crowdfunding campaign for those impacted by Rep. Aaron Schock's resignation.
Boris Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader, turns up dead under suspicious circumstances.
Is Grover from "Sesame Street" summoning a demon or serenading a sex party in a kids' coloring book?