At the dawn of the 20th century, a teenager named Mary Phelps Jacob creates the world's first bra.
The panelists guess what some people in GIFs are headed off to do.
The contestants explore the secret lives of bizarre retail-store dummies.
Walter tells Jeff Dunham why he hates Los Angeles.
The panelists try to sell Chris on some strange, low-budget movies based on their VHS box art.
The contestants respond to questions about the figures depicted in awful courtroom drawings.
Beth Stelling tells a story about a very eventful childhood trip to a water park.
The comics name a bunch of eccentric outfits that were modeled during New York Fashion Week.
The comedians perform voiceovers for clips of people having trouble completing a simple task.
The panelists browse weird eBay items and predict how much money they're going for online.
In today's saturated porn market, these comics' ideas for nudie magazines won't make the cut.
Michelle Buteau's brother-in-law's accidentally racist name gets her in trouble in Florida.
Hannibal and a slew of celebrities hurl insults at a baby.
Watch @midnight's most female-forward moments, from praise for "Ghostbusters" to #FreeTheNipple.
A third-party presidential candidate named Deez Nuts rises to third place in a CNN poll.
The panelists discuss a woman's odd final request and the rise of topless ladies in Times Square.
Just as these weathermen usually predict the weather, the panelists predict how they'll fail.
The comics list #BadWeddingVows, #MyMemoirWouldBeCalled, #HipHopMovies and #ModernWorldWonders.
The comedians title the retrospectives of their lives.
Republican presidential hopefuls compete for spots at the primary debates.