The comedians come up with blue-collar versions of popular TV shows.
Trevor challenges Hillary Clinton to see how many times she can offend her own Democratic base.
Donald Trump seems to have changed his mind about the low-income voters who comprise his voter base.
The comics play a souped-up version of #HashtagWars.
Inspired by Paula Deen, the comics cook up some down-home meals.
A Texas police department educates residents about the state's new open-carry gun law.
The comedians come up with 911 emergency calls that are likely to be made in Florida.
Sean Donnelly has come to terms with his looks; he no longer fights against them.
YouTube's favorite back-flipping southerner finds a new home on reality TV.
Jeff Dunham offers some sage advice to his beer-swilling friend Bubba J.
Daniel performs plastic surgery on a man with a gruesome party injury.
The comics list #NewSpaceFacts, #BadInventions and ways to #MakeBaseballExciting.
The panelists condense hillbilly culture into just three words.
The comics write an Oscar acceptance speech for Matthew McConaughey's beer-guzzling brother.
A stuntman's driver proves to be regrettably unreliable.
The panelists pitch taglines for unusual retro board games.
Presidential candidates flock to the Iowa State Fair in a self-conscious effort to seem normal.
The comics accept the award for ugliest dog and write the insurance claims for a southern car crash.
Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's important position in the candidate selection process.
The comics participate in the old Tennessee pastime of heckling robots.