Roy Wood Jr. investigates the proposed legalization of betting on elections.
Hasan Minhaj questions daily fantasy sports fans about whether or not the games qualify as gambling.
Bugsy Siegel calls down the wrath of the mafia thanks to his mismanagement of the Flamingo casino.
Boxer Joe Lewis helps promote the Moulin Rouge, Vegas's first casino open to African Americans.
Tags: donald faison, paul f. tompkins, las vegas, gambling, frank sinatra, louis armstrong, nat king cole, racism, african american, white people, partying, civil rights, discrimination, costumes, boxing, laws, 50s
As the FBI begins a probe into fantasy sports sites, Jordan Klepper fears an end to a beloved hobby.
Lewis Black finds out how McDonald's and Chuck E. Cheese's are adapting to millennials.
Jon attempts to celebrate 4/20 the way he has in the past, but Jessica Williams interrupts him.
Tags: marijuana, holidays, drugs, costumes, hippies, legalization, media, cnn, ben & jerry's, food, sanjay gupta, health, mental health, health care, painkillers, taxes, money, economy, stereotypes, jessica williams, history, technology, phones, chris christie, gambling
Jon pilfers Larry Wilmore's March Madness bracket, and Senator Ted Cruz scares a young child.
Jon wins a torture report, and droves of drunken Santas hit the streets of New York for SantaCon.
Senator John McCain emerges as a beacon of reason in the aftermath of the CIA torture report.
Tags: prince william, kate middleton, toys & games, gambling, jordan klepper, torture, interrogations, scandals, controversies, investigations, cia, senate, government, george tenet, dick cheney, waterboarding, human rights, wars, crime, 9/11, saxby chambliss, jeffrey dahmer, john mccain, puppets, appearances, montages, costumes
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