Daniel's Twitter followers explicate a YouTube artist's incomprehensible work.
Kanye West's "Famous" music video depicts several naked celebrities lying in bed with the rap star.
A Red Cross poster appears to portray dark-skinned children as being prone to reckless behavior.
The comics guess how the subjects of portraits requested to be portrayed by Internet Picassos.
Ronny Chieng weighs in on a dangerous and widespread addiction to snapping selfies.
Chris is gifted a one-of-a-kind portrait by a nude painter with a singular style.
Mike Yard assembles a crack team to steal Bill Cosby's collection of artwork from the Smithsonian.
Neal Brennan puts Kanye West's erratic behavior and Kim Kardashian's nude selfie into perspective.
Jordan Klepper learns about growing up only ever having known a black president.
The contestants explain what's happening in bizarre courtroom sketches.
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When a mysterious graffiti artist starts vandalizing the lumberyard, John and Tommy try to catch him in the act.
Abbi dresses to impress for an upscale gallery opening, but her look backfires.
Nikki uses a dash of creativity to revolutionize the d**k pic.
After discovering Bernie Sanders's basketball skills, the comics list teams that would draft him.
The Suffers perform the song "Midtown" from their Kickstarter-funded debut album.
James Davis, Flula Borg and Jen Kirkman search for significance behind other people's ink.
The comedians modernize antique artworks by giving them Snapchat captions.
Jessica Williams looks to the future to find a levitating hoverboard.
The comedians draw unlikely work scenarios for adorable animals on Snapchat.
The contestants title movies featuring bizarre fan parodies of Disney princesses.