Albert Einstein finds a willing colleague in Beatrice.
America rings in the 4th of July with achievements in space exploration and competitive eating.
Neuroscientist Nicole Prause lets Nikki in on the latest in female orgasm research.
"But What If We're Wrong?" author Chuck Klosterman questions fundamental knowledge.
"The Sleep Revolution" author Arianna Huffington names politicians who might need a mental respite.
"The Sleep Revolution" author Arianna Huffington stresses the importance of mental breaks.
In the early 90s, Donald Trump created a fake publicist to brag about his wealth and sexual prowess.
The CDC warns that overly prescribed antibiotics are leading to a surge in drug-resistant superbugs.
The comedians imagine the unusual scientific theories that Sarah Palin would support.
Mike Yard reveals the source of a stereotype that has led to shoddy medical care for black people.
Sarah Palin takes a nasty swipe at Bill Nye during a rant against the science behind climate change.
Ellie Kemper chats about having a persona similar to her character in "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."
Science guy Bill Nye faces a futuristic choice between android sex and violent robot soldiers.
Stephen Hawking spearheads a plan to send robotic emissaries to Earth's nearest star system.
Jordan Klepper takes a Japanese virtual reality sex suit for a test drive.
The panelists examine why candidates are ignoring climate change during the presidential debates.
The comics lend their voices to a lifelike robotic version of Scarlett Johansson.
The comics make up #ScienceFoods, #HangoverSongs, #SpringBreakIn4Words and #AddAWomanImproveAMovie.
The comedians serve up tasty science-themed entrees.
Jordan Klepper investigates an unlikely duo working together on gun violence prevention.