High school friends reunite for the first time since leaving for college and share a wild night.
The panelists weigh in on the sudden spike in racially charged protests at American universities.
A wave of racially charged student protests spreads to colleges throughout the U.S.
The comedians get into the minds of amateur musicians with deeply nerdy proclivities.
Nathan casts actors for his theatrical reenactment of a night at a local watering hole.
Desi Lydic rates the truthfulness of statements made during a Republican presidential debate.
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.
California and Texas take wildly different approaches to the threat of gun violence on campus.
The comics invent chants for activists who are using dildos to object to their school's gun rules.
Beth Stelling reveals why she tends to date potheads and shares the story of a failed flirtation.
A bipartisan Senate bill aims to lower mass incarceration rates in the U.S.
Inspired by advances in virtual reality, Ronny Chieng creates his own simulation experience.
Desi Lydic offers ways to stop tornadoes and cancer based on Ben Carson's unsound logic.
Dalton goes deeper into the events that led to his expulsion from prom.
Larry gives a step-by-step analysis of how the media evades the issue of gun control.
The panel weighs in on the media coverage of mass shootings and suggests Second Amendment updates.
Miles Fleischhacker puts the values he gained as a student at Trump University into practice.
A lawsuit alleges that Trump University defrauded students out of thousands of dollars.
Daniel looks to hire recent college grads fresh out of sorority life.