In honor of the 4th of July, Larry looks back on his 1976 bicentennial barbecue.
The panelists look back on the O.J. Simpson murder trial in light of its 20-year anniversary.
A Pennsylvania judge rules that Bill Cosby must stand trial for sexual assault charges.
Jordan Klepper reveals the real reason Hillary Clinton has been evading the debate stage.
"Scandal" star Joe Morton reacts to damning revelations about President Nixon's war on drugs.
Jesus gives his expert analysis of a Missouri bill that lets businesses deny service to gay couples.
The comedians hunt for items from viral videos on eBay.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder responds to the Flint water crisis by launching a self-serving PR blitz.
An FX miniseries brings the O.J. Simpson murder trial back into the national spotlight.
"Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen examines cultural milestones in his series "Then and Now."
The panelists consider the appropriateness of having a wedding at a Southern plantation house.
Boris Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader, turns up dead under suspicious circumstances.
Aliens would probably have a difficult time understanding why Kim Kardashian is so famous.
Following the government shutdown, the party of personal responsibility takes none.
Stephen follows the Trayvon Martin case from shooting to acquittal.
Anthony Weiner's top campaign manager resigns amid the ongoing sexting controversy.
George Zimmerman's defense attorney, Don West, opens with a joke.
Steve Byrne is tired of Americans trying to separate themselves from themselves, within themselves.
It's time for our nation to say out loud that O.J. Simpson killed those people.
A hotel employee in Chicago was relieved to find out that Brian Posehn was a comedian and an actor.