King Ferdinand sends two conquistadors to the Caribbean whose leadership strategies differ greatly.
Ricky Velez reluctantly gets in touch with his roots at New York City's Puerto Rican Day parade.
The panelists talk about Baltimore's water crisis and a cop's efforts to avoid using lethal force.
Tags: ricky velez, cristela alonzo, panel, baltimore, poverty, government, growing up, puerto rico, police business, crime, guns, violence, white people, african american, keep it 100, brad "scarface" jordan, hip hop
California and Florida suffer from climate change-induced record droughts and flooding respectively.
Tags: global warming, environment, weather, california, florida, penises, puerto rico, guam, rick scott, lgbt, dating, oral sex, government, fema, natural disasters, farming, jordan klepper, jason jones, costumes, food, arby's, restaurants
Larry challenges the panelists to give their honest take on the legitimacy of different stereotypes.
The panelists discuss cultural identity and the relevance of the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Wyatt Cenac travels to Puerto Rico for his final Daily Show investigation.
Tags: wyatt cenac, puppets, media, international affairs, puerto rico, travel, monsters, investigations, future, men/women, tv, sleep, dreams, magic, alcohol, corruption, lying, slogans, translations, scandals, washington dc, retirement
It takes serious "cojones" to go to Puerto Rico and tell them to stop saying "cojones."
Tags: rick santorum, newt gingrich, lying, puerto rico, primaries, mitt romney, guam, republicans, candidates, spanish, netherlands, death, wisconsin, louisiana, laws, twitter, indecision 2012, wealth, latino, international affairs
Barack Obama travels seven hours on a plane to spend four hours in Puerto Rico.
Tags: barack obama, puerto rico, joe biden, diplomacy, hispanic, travel, ethnic, voting, elections, indecision, indecision 2012, photos, intro, trey parker, matt stone, audience interaction, wikipedia, internet
Al Madrigal advises Barack Obama on how to get support from Latino voters.
Jose Jalapeno isn't Mexican, he's Puerto Rican.
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