Luigi Albanese tries to redeem himself after his restaurant displayed a "Black Olives Matter" sign.
Boko Haram members disagree with Chris Christie's statements about Hillary Clinton during the RNC.
Trevor and The Best F#@king News Team hit Cleveland for the Republican National Convention.
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Alan Resnick, Ben O'Brien and Robby Rackleff of Wham City face a major setback when bringing an Italian restaurant to life.
In honor of the 4th of July, Larry looks back on his 1976 bicentennial barbecue.
George Zimmerman tries to sell the pistol he used to kill Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory tries to defend his state's transphobic bill from a federal lawsuit.
President Obama sips filtered water from Flint, MI, to persuade residents that it's safe to drink.
Black Trump (Roy Wood Jr.) debuts "They Love Me," a rap song crafted from Donald Trump's own words.
The popularity of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" forces women to take a back seat on the $10 bill.
Daniel Tosh reveals how a woman can tell if her guy is cheating on her.
Jordan Klepper takes a Japanese virtual reality sex suit for a test drive.
Retro pundits Mike Yard and Rory Albanese argue about Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House.
An audience member asks Soul Daddy to choose between two iconic characters from the 70s.
Soul Daddy takes an old-school key party approach to some of the most important issues of 2016.
Larry's 70s-era alter ego gives his freaky-deaky take on some of the most pressing issues of today.
Larry prepares to embarrass himself on national television as March Badness heats up.
Chicago lawmakers repeal a controversial tax on tampons and other feminine hygiene products.
Engaged couples apologize for the massive inconvenience their wedding will be.
The comedians comment on homemade costumes made by frugal fanboys.