The comedians elaborate on yearbook photos of presidential candidates as awkward teenagers.
Trevor bids farewell to GOP presidential dropouts Rand Paul, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum.
Presidential candidates work overtime to endear themselves to voters at the Iowa caucus.
Rand Paul discusses his appeal among young voters and ponders the dickishness of Ted Cruz.
Optics expert Rand Paul explains that Donald Trump is a speck of dirt in the eye of GOP voters.
GOP presidential hopeful Rand Paul debates drug laws and gun control from a Libertarian perspective.
Presidential hopeful Rand Paul answers questions about terrorism and taxes over Kentucky bourbon.
Trevor and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul play an issues-based drinking game.
Jon Stewart questions lawmakers who have yet to support a health care bill for Ground Zero workers.
Larry comes to an inescapable conclusion about GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
Rand Paul gets advice on how to trade insults with fellow presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
Legalized marijuana could have a powerful effect on the GOP presidential debate in Colorado.
Larry asks Senator Rand Paul to share his unfiltered opinion of presidential rival Donald Trump.
GOP presidential hopeful Rand Paul brushes up on his insult skills with a little help from Larry.
Despite its long duration, the second GOP presidential debate fails to include a discussion of race.
Mike Yard and Ricky Velez weigh in on the eclectic group of 2016 presidential hopefuls.
The panelists examine why GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump continues to soar in the polls.
The comics title a horror film about a chainsaw-wielding Rand Paul and brainstorm subway upgrades.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of Obamacare, sparking outrage among Republicans.
The Senate fails to stop major metadata-gathering components of the Patriot Act from expiring.