Jordan Klepper makes sense of the Iowa caucuses, and Ders gets a serious shock to his system.
A couple of cops from Reno pull the bus over and jump inside.
John Kasich shows off his martial arts skills during the Republican debate in Las Vegas.
Tags: republicans, debates, candidates, elections, campaigns, chris christie, ben carson, sleep, impressions, wars, carly fiorina, china, gandhi, john kasich, fights, ted cruz, syria, bombs, gaffes, arguments, insults, balls, middle east, video games, martial arts, violence
Rad's attempt to access Dazzle's confidential records goes horribly wrong.
The panelists channel their inner middle schoolers to spell slang phrases used on the Internet.
The panelists learn about a few small businesses with rather unorthodox signage.
Dalton goes deeper into the events that led to his expulsion from prom.
Tags: web redemption, school, dancing, nudity, strippers, cowboys, penises, interviews, exclusives, dieting, matthew mcconaughey, uncensored, dating, teens, lookin' good, weight/obesity, college, balls, pranks
Holly Walker puts a positive spin on the rise in gun owners who shoot themselves in the crotch.
The comics check out a pint-sized pope and list hipster trends that have nasty side effects.
A third-party presidential candidate named Deez Nuts rises to third place in a CNN poll.
Tags: blacklash 2016: the unblackening, candidates, indecision, elections, campaigns, donald trump, hillary clinton, polls, lindsey graham, balls, internet, men/women, breasts, mike yard, holly walker, ricky velez
Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses "Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream."
Tags: doris kearns goodwin, interviews, history, books, lyndon johnson, primaries, republicans, elections, candidates, insults, money, email, privacy, phones, balls, richard nixon, watergate, founding fathers, fashion
The panelists weigh in on whether Governor Chris Christie's brash personality is a political asset.
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