Professor Mike Yard shares his tried-and-true advice for surviving Black Friday.
"Going Deep with David Rees" host David Rees demonstrates the perfect handshake technique.
Bill Prinsell describes the surreal experience of working at Abercrombie & Fitch.
Spider-Woman goes on maternity leave, and the "Karate Kid" villain takes a stand against bullying.
GOP presidential debate moderator John Harwood recalls memorable moments with the candidates.
The comics invent policies for Bernie Sanders and learn about Donald Trump's gift to Marco Rubio.
Not everyone is happy about California's death-with-dignity law, which legalizes assisted suicide.
The comedians imagine what Vladimir Putin put on his birthday list this year.
Kevin Hart talks about his "What Now" comedy tour and sharing his workouts on social media.
The comics ponder what Hillary Clinton's thank-you gift is and suggest John McAfee campaign slogans.
Forrest is determined to make his son's devastating birthday wish come true.
An employee tries to curry last-minute favor on an episode of "Undercover Boss."
The contestants guess what's on Fred Durst's Amazon Wish List.
The royal baby turns two years old, so the comics buy presents for the boy who has it all.
The comedians list chapters for dad-friendly books about raising chickens and identifying wood.
Donald Trump announces his presidential candidacy, and Larry dubs it a gift from the comedy gods.
New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey restores Jon's faith in the underdog team.
New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey discusses the team's promising season.
Self-proclaimed mama's boy Lavell Crawford asks New Yorkers to share their Mother's Day plans.
Does Etsy sell a glass pipe in the shape of Pikachu or Olaf, the snowman from "Frozen"?