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 comics pitch filters for a pornier Instagram and discover Reddit's plans for the moon.
Tags: rapid refresh, instagram, eli roth, ethan embry, brandon johnson, porn, sex, the matrix, internet, censorship, photos, nasa, space, science, penises, reddit, asses, the moon, moon landing, vaginas, astronauts
Rick Scott outlaws the term "climate change," and a university releases a list of unwelcome words.
Tags: global warming, environment, science, rick scott, florida, laws, censorship, freedom of speech, frank luntz, men/women, sexism, college, education, immigration, aliens, sci-fi, nerd alert, new york city, weather, fashion, knowledge college
Gov. Rick Scott bans the term "climate change," and Larry examines political correctness in America.
The arrest of a divisive French comedian calls into question the country's support of free speech.
Tags: media, france, paris, news, rallies, barack obama, freedom of speech, terrorism, francois hollande, facebook, jewish, racism, discrimination, food, censorship, chick-fil-a, fast food, restaurants, movies, sex, immigration
The comedians take a stand against censoring nipples.
Norman Lear recalls making his TV special "I Love Liberty" with a surprising mix of people.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, norman lear, books, tv, freedom of speech, jane fonda, gerald ford, censorship, declaration of independence, constitution, government, media, accountability, controversies, tom brokaw, work/office, aging, world war ii, wars, history, america
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.
Tags: protests, hong kong, china, candidates, elections, democracy, poverty, wealth, celebrities, shopping, communism, censorship, media, north korea, kim jong-un, health, south korea, fetishes, dennis rodman, samantha bee, voice over, music
Author Louisa Lim discusses the potential for a violent crackdown on the demonstrators in Hong Kong.
Journalist Ramita Navai discusses the divide between public and private lives in Iran.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, ramita navai, books, iran, lying, fundamentalism, islamic, church and state, religion, government, censorship, alcohol, abstinence, laws, violence, corruption, wealth, money, protests, privacy, family, sex, prohibition
Foreign affairs journalist Ramita Navai discusses the complex layers of Tehran's society.
Tags: interviews, ramita navai, books, iran, lying, fundamentalism, islamic, church and state, religion, government, censorship, alcohol, abstinence, laws, violence, corruption, wealth, money, protests, privacy, family, sex, prohibition
Three reporters face seven years in prison following a sham trial under el-Sisi's regime in Egypt.
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