Deon Cole has noticed that, as far as black people are concerned, all white actors are the same.
Joe Morton discusses his role as Dick Gregory in the biographical play "Turn Me Loose."
Joe Morton talks about bringing the life of Dick Gregory to the stage in "Turn Me Loose."
Daniel Tosh explains how Hollywood sets up unrealistic expectations about romantic relationships.
Vice sends Daniel to get the inside scoop on a glamorous German life coach and his partner.
Grace Parra weighs in on the sexy tax evasion scandal revealed by the Panama Papers.
The comedians eavesdrop on strange conversations in Los Angeles.
Hillary Clinton faces backlash for mischaracterizing President Reagan's initial response to AIDS.
The panelists weigh in on Chris Rock's smackdown of the diversity-challenged Academy Awards.
Mike Yard heroically injects some diversity into a Hollywood blockbuster, with disastrous results.
An FX miniseries brings the O.J. Simpson murder trial back into the national spotlight.
Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani discusses the need for more women in the tech industry.
White actor Joseph Fiennes lands the role of Michael Jackson in a British TV movie.
The panelists react to the news that Michael Jackson will be played by a white actor in a TV movie.
The comedians welcome Richard Jeter to Hollywood by using awful three-word phrases to describe it.
Larry breaks down the #OscarsSoWhite controversy with the help of a little sleight of hand.
Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel warn their captive audience to set their celebrity expectations low.
Roy Wood Jr. suggests that African-American filmmakers need to pander to white Oscar voters.
Grace Parra gives a starry-eyed report on Sean Penn's meet-up with Mexican drug lord El Chapo.
The panelists discuss the media's role in America's ongoing gun violence epidemic.