The comics list #PrisonBooks, #HungryGames, #SexyHolidays and evoke #ThanksgivingIn5Words.
The contestants spice up the holidays to get into the spirit of the season.
The comics craft Top Ten lists befitting David Letterman's post-"Late Show" appearance.
Mike Yard explains why the jurisdiction of university police extends far beyond campus.
The comedians troll ridiculous tweets from Guy Fieri, Dr. Phil and Ann Coulter.
The comics #XmasAMovie, list #SciFiBands, are on the #NaughtyListBecause and put #2014In5Words.
Stephen's newfound immortality inspires a show-stopping sing-along with his former guests.
Jordan Klepper reports on New York City's SantaCon pub crawl and its ensuing shenanigans.
What do a saxophone-wielding young man and a group of wrestling aficionados want for Christmas?
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The comics are getting coal in their stockings after Santa hears what they've been up to this year.
The comedians must use only three seasonal words to make Chris gag.
SantaCon gets rowdy, and a Detroit Lions game inspires a surprising headline.
Mick Foley describes his love for Christmas, which led to his role in "I Am Santa Claus."
The comics write nontraditional holiday card messages with help from James Franco and Seth Rogen.
A scantily clad Mrs. Claus performs a pole dancing routine for a group of children.
Daniel gets involved in a turf war between Santa Clauses representing different ethnic groups.
Brian Posehn, Steve Agee and Aisha Tyler compete to make holiday songs as filthy as they can.
On Christmas Eve in 1970, Larry Wilmore's father has a run-in with the police.
A local weatherman freaks out when he's asked to make predictions about Santa.