The panelists provide voiceovers for some very literal examples of monkey business.
The panelists discuss sexy ads and a race-based accusation against a Black Lives Matter activist.
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump steals the show at the first Republican presidential debate.
Donald Trump has difficulty understanding why offensive comments he made about Mexicans are racist.
Jack finds himself on the business end of Holgado's shotgun.
As they prepare to flee Holgado's wrath, Cuba finally levels with Jack and Ben about the real reason why he agreed to star in their movie.
In the final episode of "The Jon Stewart Show," David Letterman boasts about messing up the Oscars.
Tragedy strikes in the opening scene of the Dolfes' latest action thriller, "Monkey Largo."
Jack and Ben race to Rico's trailer to check him for a wire and come to a horrifying conclusion.
Larry argues in favor of the death penalty for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
"Chappie" star Sigourney Weaver looks forward to a future involving artificial intelligence.
Jon makes a major announcement, and a cat receives an unusual bath.
Craigslist posters seek snowed-in sex, and the Netherlands debuts a defense against gorilla attacks.
The comedians translate hipster and sexual emoji into layman's terms.
The University of Texas is missing a lot of vital organs, and techie pet owners get a new gadget.
A heavily inebriated Doug Stanhope reveals what life on Earth will be like in four billion years.
The comedians prove that not all pets are worth adopting.
The comics try to sell an owl with a unique coiffure and a monkey performing a phallic magic trick.
ISIS's attempts at global chaos pale in comparison to the threat Ebola poses to humanity.
Jon calls upon the power of the people to improve CNN's programming at LetsBuyCNN.com.