The panelists translate lines from bizarre overseas ads starring American celebrities.
The panelists weigh in on Beyonce's controversial halftime performance of her song "Formation."
Tags: keke palmer, robin thede, franchesca ramsey, panel, beyonce knowles, songs, performances, music, super bowl, football, nfl, controversies, african american, protests, black lives matter, celebrities, chris martin, coldplay, michael jackson, voting
An FX miniseries brings the O.J. Simpson murder trial back into the national spotlight.
Tags: grace parra, o.j. simpson, trials/hearings, african american, racism, white people, hollywood, nightly! nightly!, tv, fx, cuba gooding jr., celebrities, rodney king, murder, crime, kardashian family
Using Tinder, the comedians swipe left or right on photos of celebrity singles.
The film "Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon" casts white actor Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson.
The comedians welcome Richard Jeter to Hollywood by using awful three-word phrases to describe it.
The celebrities read cover letters submitted by out-of-work animals looking for a job.
Tags: panderdome, martin o'malley, donald trump, mike huckabee, campaigns, elections, animals, work/office, music, exclusives, uncensored, richard jeter, points me, april richardson, kyle kinane, sarah palin, yosemite sam, jurassic park, hillary clinton, celebrities, mashups
Sen. Ted Cruz limits his bottled water donations to Flint, MI, residents who oppose abortion rights.
The panelists describe the unlikely behaviors of A-listers on Opposite Day.
Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel warn their captive audience to set their celebrity expectations low.
The contestants write snarky yearbook messages to a strangely familiar graduating class.
Grace Parra gives a starry-eyed report on Sean Penn's meet-up with Mexican drug lord El Chapo.
The contestants come up with #DemocratSongs, #WeedMovies, name #BirdCelebs and #LoseAFriendIn3Words.
Tags: hashtag wars, michaela watkins, jonah ray, doug benson, bernie sanders, democrats, music, elections, songs, performances, liberal, campaigns, matt besser, mary holland, drugs, marijuana, movies, chris cubas, jamie lee, animals, celebrities, rory scovel, erica rhodes, friends, breaking up, donald trump, linkedin, star wars
The comedians imagine odd celebrity pairs who could present at next year's Golden Globes.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman sheds light on North Korea's Kim Jong-un.
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