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.
The contestants attempt to hawk strange niche products found on Etsy.
Using Snapchat's quirky new lenses, the comics deliver some unfortunate news.
The comics pitch filters for a pornier Instagram and discover Reddit's plans for the moon.
The panelists field questions about eccentric senior citizens on 90s cruise ships.
Whitney Wolfe, founder and CEO of Bumble, explains how her app empowers women in dating.
The panelists investigate the stories behind forgotten MySpace and Friendster posts.
The panelists write bios for a series of spam Twitter accounts.
The panelists discuss the global obsession with selfies and a controversial quip by the Dalai Lama.
The panelists write lines for trailers of fictional films featuring actors working at mundane jobs.
The panelists help Chris reach his destination using only Google Street View photos as signposts.