The panelists examine the validity of the war on Christmas and ponder a dicey moral dilemma.
The panelists give their take on whether Starbucks's holiday cup design is an assault on Christmas.
Larry asks the panelists about time-traveling heroism and notable action heroes.
The GOP must meet Paul Ryan's extensive demands if they want him to run for Speaker of the House.
Chris breaks down the grand forces at work in "Back to the Future Part II."
A mad scientist gives the power of time travel to a pair of social media obsessives.
Larry poses hypothetical questions about a glitchy time machine and an embarrassing sight gag.
The panelists discuss trophy hunting and share their thoughts on a few political animals in the GOP.
The panelists weigh in on why so many people enjoy hunting exotic animals for sport.
Amy learns that moving in with her boyfriend could have grave consequences in the future.
A close friend of the Prophet Muhammad weighs in on Rick Santorum's hawkish statements about ISIS.
Morgan Freeman travels back in time to chat about America's future and "Through the Wormhole."
Despite their slim chances, three more Republican candidates enter the 2016 presidential race.
Nate Bargatze worries that he would be a truly useless time traveler.
A rich pastor begs for a space shuttle, and the Senate confirms Loretta Lynch as Attorney General.
Kurt Braunohler finds out that sleepwalking and time traveling feel exactly the same.
Obama continues the decade-long tradition of putting off immigration reform until next year.
Patrick Stewart describes the perks of being a knight and his role in "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
James McAvoy shares how he learned to fly a helicopter while promoting "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
World Science U founder Brian Greene gives Stephen a crash course in Einstein's relativity theory.