After watching weird local commercials, the comics provide the next lines for the outlandish ads.
The comics rename Hillary Clinton's playlist, mock a soccer mascot and cook up gross fair food.
Tags: rapid refresh, hillary clinton, spotify, exclusives, uncensored, david koechner, kate micucci, will sasso, scotland, minnesota, junk food, music, candidates, elections, sports, campaigns, advertising, soccer, mascots, impressions, food, bill clinton
An enthusiastic Texan previews the high school football season's most exciting matchup.
McDonald's reboots the Hamburglar, and abstinence-only education fails in Texas.
Oklahoma experiences fracking-induced earthquakes, and the NSA adopts a bizarre recycling mascot.
Tags: earth day, holidays, environment, earthquakes, oklahoma, songs, costumes, fracking, oil, energy, god, science, farts, laws, pollution, advertising, animation, nsa, blue man group, mascots, psas, privacy, school, jordan klepper, spying, uranus, musicals, natural disasters
The comedians hashtag photos of a public pisser and a sloshed Mickey Mouse.
The comedians come up with #MoreAccurateMascots, #BabyRappers, #BiggerStars and #ElderlyTVShows.
Tags: hashtag wars, mashups, exclusives, jen kirkman, marc maron, john hodgman, grace helbig, hari kondabolu, doug benson, rob riggle, ari shaffir, nick swardson, whitney cummings, david koechner, jeff ross, mascots, sports, college, crime, hip hop, music, kids, pregnancy, celebrities, hollywood, weight/obesity, tv, senior citizens, aging
Stephen marvels at how much the world has changed due to his nine years on The Report.
The comics learn about an interactive game based on Taylor Swift's new music video.
Tags: jason sklar, sklar brothers, randy sklar, rob riggle, rapid refresh, music, taylor swift, music videos, video games, dating, instagram, parents, penises, drake, sports, basketball, mascots, toronto, canada
A touchy Cookie Monster and a bawdy Batman get some new catchphrases.
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