Critics complain that Facebook staffers suppress stories written from a conservative perspective.
The comedians write filthy versions of well-known quotes in honor of George Carlin.
The comics read lines from an adults-only version of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Larry gives Texas schoolchildren a primer on their state's squeaky-clean version of U.S. history.
General Zod gets flipper hands and James Bond becomes kid-friendly.
The comics listen to a story of friendship lost and found, and guess what jokes China will ban next.
The panelists test out politeness software by cleaning up tasteless quotes.
The comics pitch filters for a pornier Instagram and discover Reddit's plans for the moon.
The Muppets launch a new TV show that incenses all the mothers in America.
Fox News's Todd Starnes sees the removal of the Confederate flag as extreme censorship.
Gov. Rick Scott bans the term "climate change," and Larry examines political correctness in America.
Rick Scott outlaws the term "climate change," and a university releases a list of unwelcome words.
The comics guess how network TV censored memorable lines from "The Big Lebowski" and "Die Hard 2."
The arrest of a divisive French comedian calls into question the country's support of free speech.
The comedians take a stand against censoring nipples.
Norman Lear recalls making his TV special "I Love Liberty" with a surprising mix of people.
The comics come up with suggestive dialogue from the new Paddington Bear movie.
The comedians create the next holiday blockbuster based on a series of emoji.
The Umbrella Revolution sweeps Hong Kong, and Kim Jong-un goes missing under dubious circumstances.
Author Louisa Lim discusses the potential for a violent crackdown on the demonstrators in Hong Kong.