The contestants give superlatives to students based on their bad yearbook photos.
The comedians draw hasty conclusions about drug dealers as envisioned by stock photographers.
The contestants write snarky yearbook messages to a strangely familiar graduating class.
The panelists caption unlikely "Star Wars" stock photos.
The contestants write Tinder bios for glamour shot subjects with the same first names as themselves.
The panelists talk about robotic cops, crumbling cell phone etiquette and social media fixation.
Horse fans decry Sports Illustrated's decision to name Serena Williams as Sportsperson of the Year.
After seeing photos of creepy babies, the comedians try to read their minds.
The comedians guess the crimes committed by alleged lawbreakers based on their mug shots.
The comedians decide if a series of hidden photobombs are disturbing or sweet.
Amy and her fiance try to follow the instructions of a demanding engagement photographer.
The contestants title movies featuring bizarre fan parodies of Disney princesses.
Thomas Edison takes credit for inventing movies.
A study about female sexuality sparks a debate about the differences between men and women.
The contestants explore the secret lives of bizarre retail-store dummies.
The contestants deliver the campaign speech of a snack with a Nutella hairdo.
The contestants wonder what's startling groups of haunted house visitors.
The comedians help scientists classify strange animal species.
The comedians fill out people's resumes based on their headshots alone.
The comics impersonate an odd Pepsi spokesperson from Singapore.