Presidential hopeful Donald Trump rolls out a self-serving proposal to overhaul America's tax code.
The panelists react to Donald Trump's simplistic tax plan by offering alternatives of their own.
A young Russian immigrant arrives in New Orleans and builds a banana empire.
The comics title a horror film about a chainsaw-wielding Rand Paul and brainstorm subway upgrades.
President Obama explains that a functional and effective government takes time to achieve.
"Lafayette in the Somewhat United States" author Sarah Vowell details America's history of arguing.
Al Franken explains that his colleagues in the Senate don't do enough physical shticks.
Al Franken explains how he uses his comedy skills to win over his fellow senators.
The comics list Netflix TV reboots, guess what William Shatner's up to and name strip club musicals.
Mayor Bill de Blasio shares his framework for equitable redistribution of wealth in New York City.
Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses ways of reducing New York City's income inequality.
Larry chats with gang members about their decision to unite for the sake of peace in Baltimore.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders brusquely announces that he's running for president in 2016.
Jon attempts to celebrate 4/20 the way he has in the past, but Jessica Williams interrupts him.
The comics list #CollegeMovies, #5WordMoneyProblems and #Bandwiches and then #AddBlartImproveAMovie.
Mike Yard helps alleviate the stress of Tax Day with shady advice on how to save money.
Larry wonders if America has developed a culture of snitching, and Tax Day takes its toll.
Senator Marco Rubio announces his plan to run for president, but the media is focused elsewhere.
The comedians have only five words to describe their monetary difficulties.
Daniel makes a case for why he should be Scientology's next spokesperson.