Pip and Daniel compare notes on the residents of Los Angeles and the finer points of arm breakage.
Bill Clinton considers First Gentleman issues he can take on if Hillary Clinton is elected.
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Fox News pundits suggest that Michelle Obama is an ungrateful beneficiary of affirmative action.
The panelists weigh in on sexist reactions to Michelle Obama and the link between sex and happiness.
John Legend reflects on structural racism in the U.S. and what it would take to overcome it.
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Jason Jones and Samantha Bee report on losing out on an exciting casting opportunity.
Did Taiwanese news feature Michelle Obama arm-wrestling in space or shooting food with heat vision?
Just being mentioned by Stephen can do a lot for someone's popularity
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Michelle Obama flubs an endorsement speech, and three candidates vie for South Dakota's Senate seat.
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Domino's Pizza outsmarts Michelle Obama, and Doritos unveils experimental mystery chips.
Neal Brennan discovers firsthand just how smooth President Obama really is.
Neal Brennan exploits his Chappelle's Show cred.
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