Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.
The panelists dig into some of the more colorful aspects of Thanksgiving.
The cast gets silly on the set while filming Season 5.
Tags: adam devine, blake anderson, anders holm, waymond womano, alice murphy, jillian bell, montez walker, erik griffin, karl the dealer, kyle newacheck, marijuana, farts, asses, nudity, costumes, puking, exclusives, outtakes, gross-out
The comedians stare straight at @midnight viewers in an attempt to break them spiritually.
Oklahoma experiences fracking-induced earthquakes, and the NSA adopts a bizarre recycling mascot.
Tags: earth day, holidays, environment, earthquakes, oklahoma, songs, costumes, fracking, oil, energy, god, science, farts, laws, pollution, advertising, animation, nsa, blue man group, mascots, psas, privacy, school, jordan klepper, spying, uranus, musicals, natural disasters
Woody expresses his disregard for Mother Earth with a parade.
Tags: steve williams, jerry minor, woody johnson, tom kenny, ethel anderson, natasha leggero, environment, dinosaurs, jesus, connie cunaman, denzel jackson, malloy, daniel tosh, animals, global warming, pollution, poop & pee, music, farts, sex toys
Bobby Lee makes really bad decisions when it comes to interacting with coworkers.
Rob Corddry insists that his show "Childrens Hospital" is more than just fart jokes.
Tags: interviews, rob corddry, tv, work/office, terminations and resignations, audience interaction, desmond tutu, dancing, racism, jewish, school, the daily show, sleep, media, news networks, cocaine, farts
Is there a real website that features goats interrupting presidential speeches or bats farting?
Robert Kelly encourages his audience members to just be themselves.
Is there a video gamed based on suppressing flatulence or concealing boners?
Stephen finds a way to make fast cash, and "Redeployment" author Phil Klay visits The Report.
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