The contestants use Facebook to disprove common misconceptions about comedians.
The panelists qualify the messages on vintage children's motivational posters.
The comedians answer questions about performers with obscure talents.
A controversial children's book draws outrage for its depiction of smiling, happy-go-lucky slaves.
Relying on an online symptom checker, the comics diagnose sick individuals.
Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.
In addition to UFO truthers, the comics list other fringe groups the Clinton campaign will focus on.
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While recovering from a breakup, Gary agrees to go on a date with his casual hookup buddy.
Donald Trump can barely stomach basic human biology.
Not even Donald Trump's own supporters can figure out the presidential hopeful's surprising appeal.
The comedians take a guess at what actual women named Carol want for Christmas.
The contestants create holidays for specialized wall calendars.
Desi Lydic weighs in on the importance of the COP21 climate talks in Paris.
The panelists talk about the popularity of emojis and their potential to dumb down communication.
Oxford Dictionaries names a laughing, teary-eyed emoji as the 2015 Word of the Year.
Sean Donnelly doesn't have a child, but he does parent his dog.
The comics list #UnderwearSongs, #ScienceABook, check out #NerdBroadway shows and #InternetThePast.
University of Missouri leaders step down after growing complaints about unchecked racism on campus.
University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe resigns after the school's football team strikes.
The contestants find the unlikely connections between song names and tighty-whities.