Nathan helps a travel agent expand her business to better serve her client base.
An aging football coach has trouble connecting with his team.
China drops its one-child policy, ending mandatory fines, abortions or sterilization for violators.
An expert helps Nathan decide which young athletes are worthy of endorsement deals.
The panelists discuss the likeability of presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
Presidential contender Bernie Sanders describes being interrupted by Black Lives Matter protestors.
The contestants invent maladies based on Google health infographics.
Senator Bernie Sanders chats with Larry about his bid to become America's first socialist president.
Andy Woodhull explains why you have to be careful about what you laugh at around kids.
Donald Trump tries to explain his offensive comments about rival candidate Carly Fiorina.
For practical reasons, Lil Rel is glad that he had a daughter instead of a son.
Lil Rel recounts a harrowing experience he had while riding a Chicago city bus.
Hannibal chats with a group of kids about Jimi Hendrix, Hulk Hogan and more.
Hannibal tries to convince the citizens of Los Angeles that Barack Obama is serving a third term.
The comics check out a robotic suit that simulates old age and find reasons to work at Walmart.
Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton, Lindsey Graham and many of Jon's other top targets say goodbye.
The comics reduce Democrats to self-parody and learn health tips from a laid-back doctor.
The panelists roast masochistic fans who sent their photos into the show to be insulted.
"Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll" star Denis Leary recalls the failed MTV series he wrote with Jon.
Not to be outdone by the oldest-ever panda, the comics list much less impressive achievements.