The comedians reveal the hidden meaning behind what teens are texting.
The comedians elaborate on yearbook photos of presidential candidates as awkward teenagers.
The contestants give superlatives to students based on their bad yearbook photos.
The comedians draw hasty conclusions about drug dealers as envisioned by stock photographers.
Six Arizona teenagers gather for a photo while wearing T-shirts that spell out a racial slur.
The panelists qualify the messages on vintage children's motivational posters.
The contestants write snarky yearbook messages to a strangely familiar graduating class.
Hasan Minhaj meets the mysterious reseller at the forefront of the secondary sneaker market.
The Best F#@king News Team revisits 2015's biggest stories and viral videos.
Jordan Klepper tries to take down an active shooter in a simulated firearm training drill.
The comedians share Hillary Clinton's newest campaign logos and serve up high school lunches.
Kristen Schaal finds a way to prevent teen girls from "distracting" males with their leggings.
Dazzle tells Chrysalis the story of how he became estranged from his father.
The comedians learn questionable facts about their bodies from retro sex ed videos.
The comics guess what sorts of emails the director of the CIA receives in his personal account.
Dalton goes deeper into the events that led to his expulsion from prom.
Beth believes that she's the vessel for a virgin birth after she has a toilet baby.
Teen inventor Ahmed Mohamed describes what it felt like to be arrested at his Texas high school.
Rad performs a hip-hop reenactment of an arrest he supposedly made.
The contestants guess what cool party tips Malcolm-Jamal Warner will give to 80s teens.