Trevor examines the police shooting of an unarmed black therapist who was trying to help a patient.
Meaningful gun control reform remains elusive, thanks to a partisan stalemate in Congress.
Political fundraiser Burt Powers gears up for a Tennessee congressman's AR-15 gun raffle.
Pam Bondi struggles to defend her LGBT rights record during a tense interview with Anderson Cooper.
The panelists discuss the possible effects of the mass shooting in Orlando on America's gun laws.
Chef Eddie Huang explains how he established a sense of identity in his book "Double Cup Love."
Chef and "Double Cup Love" author Eddie Huang explains which foods help Americans connect.
Larry reacts to the horrific mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, FL.
The panelists weigh in on what motivated a man to kill 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, FL.
Trevor makes a plea for stronger gun regulations in the aftermath of a mass shooting in Orlando, FL.
The panelists discuss George Zimmerman's latest attempt to exploit his killing of Trayvon Martin.
The panelists weigh in on Hulk Hogan's massive courtroom win against the gossip website Gawker.
Voters continue flocking to the polls for Donald Trump in spite of his constant bad press.
Major news networks opt to cover Donald Trump's empty podium over Bernie Sanders's primary speech.
Bret Ernst remembers getting into a vicious argument with his unstable babysitter.
Conspiracy theorist Mike Yard tries to convince Larry that Ted Cruz is the Zodiac Killer.
The comics create #PoliticalSuperheroes, #GrittySeuss, sum up a #BadJobIn5Words and #FloridaAMovie.
The panelists incorporate all things Florida into popular movies.
A Florida teenager gets busted for posing as a doctor, earning a "sit down" shout-out from Larry.
The comics share the odd occurrences that Florida fast food workers deal with on a daily basis.