Larry helps nerds adjust to diverse superheroes, and Mike Yard stars as the first black Batman.
Tags: mike yard, nerd alert, superheroes, movies, men/women, diversity, white people, spider-man, african american, ghostbusters, star wars, impressions, controversies, batman, michelle rodriguez, violence
The comedians respond to Spider-Man's sexual advances as the Hulk.
Is the new Marvel superhero backed by orange juice, the Bible or Tampax?
Tags: ali wong, tom rhodes, neal brennan, exclusives, uncensored, rapid refresh, lookin' good, fashion, apple, sex, phones, twitter, comics, superheroes, nerd alert, food, spider-man, malaysia, ikea, competitions
A Staten Island man dies in custody after being put in a violent chokehold by the police.
Stephen airs an exclusive eyewitness account of the events leading to Lara Logan's apology.
Mitt Romney holds a meeting for Republican donors and Maggie Gyllenhaal creates online fan sites.
Tags: exclusives, mashups, queen elizabeth ii, john oliver, songs, mitt romney, jim demint, brian williams, harry potter, guantanamo bay, samantha bee, democrats, lord of the rings, anderson cooper, barack obama, british, spider-man, maggie gyllenhaal
As America's most famous Catholic, Stephen has plenty to say about his religion.
Tags: 5 x five, exclusives, mashups, religion, catholic, yahweh or no way, god, sex, greek, songs, albert einstein, disney, elvis presley, lent, animals, technology, boston, internet, avatar, popes, jesus, mike huckabee, heaven, spider-man, peter pan
More people voted for "American Idol" than for President of the United States.
Stephen explores how labor unions are killing the dreams of upper management.
Denis Leary stars in "The Amazing Spider-Man," but not as the Green Goblin.
Tags: denis leary, exclusives, interviews, uncensored, extended interviews, fashion, food, marco rubio, health, impressions, jewish, stereotypes, alcohol, movies, willem dafoe, ethnic, friends, irish, celebrities, security, flying, spider-man
Contrary to popular opinion, Denis Leary did not play Green Goblin in the 2002 movie "Spider-Man."
Barack Obama deals with disruption, and Paul Krugman examines economic downturn.
Martin Sheen revisits his President Josiah Bartlet role in "The West Wing."
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