Trevor Noah outlines a strategy for how to avoid getting shot by the police.
Trevor Noah's job on The Daily Show is cool, sure, but not as cool as his little brother's new gig.
The contestants provide their own voiceovers to accompany chaotic infomercials.
A foreign policy adviser to Ben Carson implies that the presidential hopeful is inept.
Governor Bobby Jindal ends his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel recalls a "Nightline" special on South Africa's history of apartheid.
Trevor breaks down the politicizing of the ISIS terrorist attacks in Paris.
Randy Syphax explains the unusual reason why he relates to LeBron James.
Bernie Sanders calls out Hillary Clinton's Wall Street donors during the latest Democratic debate.
The G20 Summit hosts a covert spy amongst its world leaders, and Microsoft discontinues the Zune.
The comics create questions for Australian medics to use to check injured people's mental acuity.
The contestants title movies featuring bizarre fan parodies of Disney princesses.
The comics learn about NBC's FCC troubles and come up with new SeaWorld attractions.
The comedians revise "It's Not Easy Being Green" and reveal what else it's rough to be.
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson doubles down on some questionable stories about his violent past.
The comics try to predict what odd, real-life sounds match up with the music of Top 40 hits.
The panelists guess what some people in GIFs are headed off to do.
Rand Paul gets advice on how to trade insults with fellow presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
The panelists channel their inner middle schoolers to spell slang phrases used on the Internet.
The panelists discuss perceptions of stay-at-home dads and double standards against ambitious women.