Larry finds out how far the "Orange Is the New Black" star would go for an Emmy.
The comedians suggest Emmy categories for budding viral stars.
Regina King chats about the complexity of "The Leftovers” and describes working with Shonda Rhimes.
Viola Davis makes Emmy history, and Islamophobia goes unchallenged at a Donald Trump rally.
The comics preview the Emmys, reveal sexy 7-Eleven shopping lists and discover a grimy scientist.
The comedians perform voiceovers for clips of people having trouble completing a simple task.
John Mulaney tells a young audience member why he finds the HBO series "The Jinx" so compelling.
Stephen and Jon Stewart's friendly rivalry spans all the years of The Report.
Stephen celebrates all of his personal accomplishments along with a few accomplishments of others.
Stephen pulls a variety of objects and living things out from under his news desk.
Stephen puts an array of guests to the test, from Joan Rivers to Snoop Dogg to Maurice Sendak.
Meredith Vieira chats about "The Meredith Vieira Show," Ebola and Stephen's underwear preferences.
The shooting death of an unarmed black teen leads to protests in Ferguson, MO.
Jeff Bridges helps Stephen deal with a serious dilemma.
The comics guess which fan Vine celebrating the new "Madden NFL" video game got the most likes.
P.K. Winsome unveils his self-enriching guide to the impeachment issue.
David Wain's Emmy manages to make its way on camera.
Kristin Bauer van Straten asks the comics to guess which "True Blood" item is the most popular.
Chris is no Bryan Cranston when it comes to acceptance speeches.
Religion receives universal validation, and the hosts of "Radiolab" get dangerously curious.