The comedians draw unlikely work scenarios for adorable animals on Snapchat.
The contestants title movies featuring bizarre fan parodies of Disney princesses.
The contestants name songs off of rap albums with bizarre cover designs.
Ricky Velez and Bobby Gaylor drive to Boston to meet Bea Arthur-inspired artist Mike Denison.
Daniel and a performance artist coordinate a caper designed to stop the human race in its tracks.
"If the Raindrops United" author Judah Friedlander talks about using satire as cultural commentary.
19th-century political cartoonist Thomas Nast proves that the pen is mightier than the sword.
The panelists try to sell Chris on some strange, low-budget movies based on their VHS box art.
"Brief Candle in the Dark" author Richard Dawkins discusses his career as an evolutionary biologist.
The contestants respond to questions about the figures depicted in awful courtroom drawings.
The contestants title the art pieces that people drew on their drunk, unconscious friends.
ISIS continues to sustain a booming economy, which is partially due to American art collectors.
The contestants caption ancient artwork with pithy modern phrases.
Jon responds to fans' tweets about his favorite guests and his mysterious on-air doodles.
An NAACP leader steps down amid accusations that she has been lying about her black heritage.
Actor Nick Offerman chats about his role models and how they influenced his book "Gumption."
A shockingly racist drawing by a young Dr. Seuss devastates Mike Yard.
Chris and @midnight's graphic designer clash over an image for #HashtagWars.
Kristen Schaal tears apart the unrealistic body image expectations plaguing men in society.
The panelists discuss the violent reaction to Pamela Geller's anti-Islam art show in Texas.