Trevor examines the police shooting of an unarmed black therapist who was trying to help a patient.
Rosie O'Donnell narrates the illustrious history of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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Joel Kim Booster talks about being unable to relate to Asian stereotypes, admits to excessive masturbation and reflects on the most memorable Christmas gift of his childhood.
Jim Gaffigan talks about how his real-life missteps translate into plots on "The Jim Gaffigan Show."
Pop star Amber Twinkles struggles to reinvent herself on a talk show.
A person using surgical modification to resemble a dragon matches wits with Sir Daniel.
Cynthia Erivo chats about performing a song from "The Color Purple" in front of Oprah Winfrey.
Big Jay Oakerson recalls the day he saw his stepfather's huge penis.
Miss USA Deshauna Barber explains why she wants to bring attention to veterans with PTSD.
Chef and "Double Cup Love" author Eddie Huang explains which foods help Americans connect.
Chef Eddie Huang explains how he established a sense of identity in his book "Double Cup Love."
Trevor makes a plea for stronger gun regulations in the aftermath of a mass shooting in Orlando, FL.
Desi Lydic asks NRA members which gun control measures they support.
Dan Soder isn't happy with the fact that his voice hasn't changed since he was a kid.
The panelists talk about marijuana's rising popularity among senior citizens in the U.S.
Sherman Alexie discusses "Thunder Boy Jr." and the importance of names in Native American culture.
Chris Hardwick remembers how his parents told him where babies come from and wonders how fetishists explain sex to their kids.
When Rachel Feinstein was an awkward middle school student, her crush hurt her feelings.
The panelists mark the passing of Prince with a discussion about his enormous cultural impact.
A happy run-in between Hasan and Ellie Kemper turns dark quickly.