The panelists discuss a Jewish group's hiring of Mexican laborers to protest a gay pride parade.
Ricky Velez reluctantly gets in touch with his roots at New York City's Puerto Rican Day parade.
The comics pump up the audience, riff on Chipotle ads and create acronyms for politicians' names.
Larry examines the pushback against letting gays march in New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Revelers enjoy New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade, but LGBT groups are banned from participating.
The panelists discuss cultural identity and the relevance of the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
The panelists single out which of New York City's many parades they wouldn't mind eliminating.
Viacheslav Fetisov recalls playing for one of the best hockey teams in history in "Red Army."
Viacheslav Fetisov recalls a memorable parade following his Detroit Red Wings Stanley Cup win.
Things get complicated when the panelists try to explain life on Earth to a curious Martian.
President Obama drops everything to pay his respects when Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah passes away.
Jordan Klepper reports on New York City's SantaCon pub crawl and its ensuing shenanigans.
Fox News stretches to find things to criticize about the civil rights protests sweeping the nation.
Republicans begrudgingly begin to tolerate same-sex marriage, but Al Madrigal is not impressed.
Organizers of New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade lift the long-standing ban on gay groups.
Japanese authorities arrest an artist for using a 3-D printer to make replicas of her vagina.
Daniel brings a gay African-American dance troupe to his grandmother's funeral.
Hannibal Buress learns the ins and outs of parade planning in the city of New Orleans.
Nothing excites Hannibal Buress more than the energy of a five-person parade.
If Hannibal Buress lived in New Orleans, traffic would be a nightmare.