Newscasters inadvertently get personal during an East Coast blizzard.
The comedians wonder what else could land New Yorkers behind bars during a winter storm travel ban.
Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel warn their captive audience to set their celebrity expectations low.
Scientists have discovered evidence of a new planet, so the comedians give it a proper name.
The panelists discuss Ted Cruz's portrayal of New York City as a bastion of anti-Americanism.
Trevor imagines a combined primary presidential debate with both Democrat and Republican contenders.
Ted Cruz has some misconceptions about New York City values, so the comics set him straight.
"Cop Show" star Colin Quinn reveals how he failed his law enforcement test.
Crossing guard Rosa Borquez gets ready to reap the benefits of New York City's minimum wage hike.
Fox News encourages the GOP presidential hopefuls to share their New Year's resolutions.
The TSA places thousands of innocent Americans on the no-fly list, and an elf betrays Santa Claus.
Larry enlists the help of a medium to explain Ted Cruz's sudden popularity among GOP voters.
"Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen examines cultural milestones in his series "Then and Now."
The panelists weigh in on life in the social media age and the online popularity of fight videos.
The comedians caution restaurant goers of hazards to look out for in their food.
Mike Yard tries his hand at ice hockey with the help of New York Islanders player Cal Clutterbuck.
Hasan Minhaj questions daily fantasy sports fans about whether or not the games qualify as gambling.
Bernie Sanders calls out Hillary Clinton's Wall Street donors during the latest Democratic debate.
The U.S. spent $43 million on a gas station in Afghanistan, and no one really knows why.
Josh Androsky embarks on a mission to raise awareness of how terrifying a Trump presidency would be.