The comedians answer questions about awkward song parodies performed by teachers.
Inspired by a tarantula named for Johnny Cash, the comics give hit songs an eight-legged makeover.
Mulder and Scully are back, and the comics have unsolved mysteries for them to investigate.
Chris's words come back to haunt him, and the comedians play along.
Neil deGrasse Tyson tackles rapper B.o.B's dangerously wrong theory about the shape of the Earth.
Trevor weighs in on rapper B.o.B's Twitter rant claiming that the Earth is flat.
The comedians delve into #SexyScience, #5WordConspiracies, #FishHipHop and #GuyFieriMovies.
An astrophysicist describes the cosmic effects of Sarah Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump.
The panelists discuss an article suggesting that smarter people have lower sex drives.
Scientists have discovered evidence of a new planet, so the comedians give it a proper name.
The comedians bring out the sensual side of science.
Trevor decodes President Obama's passive-aggressive comments from his last State of the Union.
Bernie Sanders talks ISIS, climate change and ponders whether Donald Trump should be "schlonged."
The comedians merge celebrities with the elements to create new additions to the periodic table.
Ricky Velez exploits the scientific ignorance of a North Carolina town in order to live like a god.
The panelists weigh in on a demographically correct portrait of a dark-skinned Jesus Christ.
Larry enlists the help of a medium to explain Ted Cruz's sudden popularity among GOP voters.
Ted Cruz attempts to derail global warming efforts with misleading data on climate change.
Ronny Chieng looks on the bright side of global warming.
Nathan plans to use science to show how fun he is.