A singing YouTuber helps Daniel hawk a noxious Scandinavian treat.
Daniel and his audience try to harness the power of their minds.
Jo Firestone plays a game with the audience as a way to bond over uncomfortable secrets.
Hasan Minhaj assures Trevor that Jeb Bush is doing OK, despite his futile presidential bid.
The Tosh.0 audience guesses what doctors will take out of their patients.
The comedians learn questionable facts about their bodies from retro sex ed videos.
Cops claim that video monitoring from the public has made it hard for them to perform their duties.
The comics invent chants for activists who are using dildos to object to their school's gun rules.
Daniel asks the studio audience to show him what's in their hearts.
Michelle Buteau's brother-in-law's accidentally racist name gets her in trouble in Florida.
Natasha Leggero brings an audience member onstage to ask what she looks for in a romantic partner.
Natasha Leggero absorbs a few harsh truths from viewers of her special.
Natasha Leggero calls Applebee's to find out whether or not it would make a good date spot.
Kumail attempts to prove that he's a huge Kanye West fan.
Natasha Leggero performs a song for the audience and dusts them with baking soda.
A mystery guest makes an unconventional entrance.
Kumail really needs to know if the audience likes his new jacket.
Jon encourages viewers to take vigilant action against any deception they may encounter.
Jon says one last goodbye before leaving The Daily Show.
The panelists weigh in on a conservative group's attempt to make U.S history courses more patriotic.