The comedians use images of a wide-eyed cat and a crying athlete to represent notable experiences.
The comedians try to sell a pole-dancing doll, an unusual saddle and E.T.'s severed finger.
A scantily clad Mrs. Claus performs a pole dancing routine for a group of children.
Scottish strippers confuse Bubba J.
The panelists guess which men outfitted in law enforcement gear are cops and which are strippers.
The 2014 midterm election season comes to a memorable close in Connecticut.
Stephen explains how to spot an American, and David Miliband discusses the Ebola crisis in Africa.
The comics learn about the bachelorette parties of some boisterous seniors and a few unruly pirates.
A mulleted crooner and a singing stripper get the album titles they deserve.
The comedians title Vines that feature a sloppy partier and a non-traditional stripper.
A fallen American folk hero gets the memorial that he deserves.
The comedians learn about some overzealous One Direction fans.
Fortune Feimster loves yoga class.
The comedians list stage names for a pole-dancing jazz musician.
The panelists guess whether a Pac-Man bikini, glass pipe or painting costs the most on Etsy.
David Spade reveals the meanest prank that someone can play at a strip club.
A magical talking wheelchair falls off the wagon while trying to fulfill a sick child's dying wish.
William D. Cohan discusses underage drinking and exceptions made for privileged college students.
The comedians discover that they all have one thing in common.
What would you find in a family-friendly stripper's Yelp review?