Al Madrigal tells a story about the hardest series of gigs he's ever had to do.
If you hit Al Madrigal, he will seek revenge (as Ari Shaffir learned).
Al Madrigal learns that Apache Indians in Arizona aren't afforded religious protections.
Al Madrigal tests out the Waldorf Astoria after rumors of Chinese spies at the hotel surface.
The comics list #BadSharkTankPitches, #RuinAThriller, #SupervillainCelebs and wave #JonVoyage.
The comics imitate a drunken kid smooth-talking his way out of parental punishment.
The best "Shark Tank" pitches are shrewd and marketable, but these comedians' ideas are neither.
The comics taunt a hitchhiking robot and list unfortunate products backed by celebrities.
The comics recall the very worst jobs they've ever had.
The panelists guess the sexual proclivities of a group of fathers.
Al Madrigal learns about Iowa's important position in the candidate selection process.
Al Madrigal enjoys the drought-free East Coast while visiting from water-conscious Los Angeles.
An unexpected conservative presidential candidate garners Al Madrigal's nod for the Latino vote.
The Best F#@king News Team Ever throws a party, and Texas worries about a secret military takeover.
Bryan Stevenson discusses prison statistics, and Al Madrigal describes the gayness of Latinos.
The comics list #MetalCarols, #BookSequels, #BoobieMovies and #MillennialHistory.
The comedians make poorly translated requests as an elderly Russian man.
Nobody asked for these terrible sequels to famous literary works.
CNN teaches parents about teen sexting, and a Canadian throws a snake in a Tim Hortons.
The comedians must complete absurd tweets posted by eccentric actor Gary Busey.