The comics make observations about America from the viewpoint of a British tourist.
The comics create British bestiality slang and list socially minded munchies.
Brent Weinbach performs in several different dialects, some easier to understand than others.
Author Sarah Vowell puts General Lafayette's role in American history into perspective.
"Lafayette in the Somewhat United States" author Sarah Vowell details America's history of arguing.
Despite centuries of reconciliation, the comedians find new ways for the U.S. to hate Great Britain.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon talks about her country's relationship with the U.K.
Jordan Klepper gleefully discovers that a certain vulgar insult is totally fine to use in the U.K.
The Labour Party's Ed Miliband loses to current Prime Minister David Cameron in the U.K. election.
Jordan Klepper reports on an underrepresented voice in British democracy: money.
The comedians list extremely British baby names in honor of the new royal baby.
The comics learn about a hipster dinosaur meme and a U.K. company's preparation for the royal baby.
The comedians list bus stops along a poo-fueled commute.
Does a Duck Sauce music video feature men with penises for hands or faces for penises?
The comedians find out what's going on in the U.K. that's upsetting some bleak Brits.
Larry talks job discrimination and civil rights as the U.S.'s obesity rate continues to climb.
The comedians list ways for a smarmy British hipster to get online donations for his dates.
Fox News issues a rare apology, and Aasif Mandvi reports on the threat of Sharia law in the U.S.
Jessica Williams expresses disappointment that the royal couple didn't attend her one-woman show.
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan expands on the plot and themes of his epic sci-fi movie "Interstellar."