The comedians guess what's on presidential hopeful Donald Trump's Amazon Wish List.
The comedians assign new chapter titles to old-timey erotic literature.
Jerry Seinfeld explains how he got the idea for his online show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
The comics #InternetABook, list #PresidentialMovies, #RuinALoveSong and sum up a #BadDoctorIn5Words.
The panelists give best-selling books a makeover in an Internet-inspired mashup.
The comedians take to Nicolas Cage's Amazon Wish List to get ideas for his next birthday gift.
The U.S., Iraq and Anonymous all step up their efforts in the war on ISIS.
The panelists invent chapter titles for weird books exploring different occupations.
The comedians imagine what Vladimir Putin put on his birthday list this year.
After checking out the names of some kids' self-help books, the comics imagine what might be inside.
The contestants guess what's on Fred Durst's Amazon Wish List.
A New York Times article paints a bleak portrait of the workplace environment at Amazon.
The panelists examine whether Amazon's allegedly toxic work environment is a necessary evil.
New York State strikes a deal with retailers to stop the sale of authentic-looking toy guns.
The comedians tie together a few seemingly random Amazon purchases.
The comics describe the would-be Boston Olympics and discuss Amazon's triumph over Walmart.
The comics review a robot that tripped on a Pop-Tart, proving that a robot takeover isn't imminent.
The comedians list chapters for dad-friendly books about raising chickens and identifying wood.
The comedians critique a revealing crop top meant for humans through the eyes of a cat.
An adult fiction writer gets inspiration for his tech-themed erotica.