The panelists roast a group of stock-photo stand-up comedians -- and each other.
Lillian gets a little overexcited about a publicity opportunity.
Kim Kardashian crosses over into the world of espionage in some appropriately titled spy movies.
The comedians brainstorm more appropriate logo designs for Instagram.
The panelists examine a controversy surrounding a group of black female cadets at West Point.
Black cadets at West Point spark outrage after posing with raised fists in a pre-graduation photo.
Larry gives a rundown of various ways that America's public schools are coming up short.
Ronny Chieng weighs in on a dangerous and widespread addiction to snapping selfies.
"Off Script" author Josh King describes the process of helping politicians appear more presidential.
"Special Correspondents" star Ricky Gervais fantasizes about his ideal interview.
Matt Ingebretson explains how to keep the good times going while in a relationship.
To prove what a good friend Amy Schumer is, Rachel Feinstein tells a story involving a nude picture.
Rachel Feinstein reveals why dick pics are unnecessary.
The panelists weigh in on the game-changing effects that social media has had on the world.
President Obama's trip to Havana hasn't exactly cooled tensions between the U.S. and Cuba.
A Minnesota restaurant draws fire for using a photo of a public lynching as a table decoration.
Franchesca Ramsey addresses the social media freak-out over Kim Kardashian's nude selfie.
The panelists discuss the hate-fest directed at Kim Kardashian after she tweeted a naked selfie.
While initiating new members into his drinking crew, Adam has an unfortunate accident.
The contestants wonder what the subjects of weird stock photos have been hired to do.