The chef behind an asinine how-to video tries his luck on a cooking competition show.
Nikki interviews a rape victim about the ways that the system failed her after her assault.
Journalist Bomani Jones faces harsh backlash on Twitter for wearing a "Caucasians" T-shirt on ESPN.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and John Kasich do their best to win over voters in the Big Apple.
After watching weird local commercials, the comics provide the next lines for the outlandish ads.
The contestants name songs off of rap albums with bizarre cover designs.
The contestants come onto breakfast cereal mascots using sugary-sweet pickup lines.
An expert helps Nathan decide which young athletes are worthy of endorsement deals.
A children's cereal mascot meets two sadistic fans.
The comedians come up with ways to inject one of America's oldest sports with new life.
Daniel demonstrates why the Dutch earned the right to their own jump-roping technique.
The comics rename Hillary Clinton's playlist, mock a soccer mascot and cook up gross fair food.
An enthusiastic Texan previews the high school football season's most exciting matchup.
Daniel presides over the birthing of a baby camel.
McDonald's reboots the Hamburglar, and abstinence-only education fails in Texas.
Dunk, the NSA's mascot, promotes recycling in the creepiest way possible.
Oklahoma experiences fracking-induced earthquakes, and the NSA adopts a bizarre recycling mascot.
The comedians hashtag photos of a public pisser and a sloshed Mickey Mouse.
The comedians come up with #MoreAccurateMascots, #BabyRappers, #BiggerStars and #ElderlyTVShows.
The comics list more fitting school mascots in honor of the college football season.