Bloomingdale's runs a shocking ad, and Starbucks's holiday cups outrage Christian conservatives.
The panelists discuss outrageous Halloween costumes that obliterate the boundaries of good taste.
A lawsuit alleges that Trump University defrauded students out of thousands of dollars.
Hannibal asks people on the street what they want to see on the Why? season finale.
The Supreme Court weakens a 50-year-old law aimed at ending discrimination against minority voters.
Jon demonstrates how a handful of voices can be used to impersonate almost anyone.
Bill Cosby hires attorney Monica Pressley for the most unpleasant job in the world.
Revelations from Bill Cosby's 2005 deposition compel Larry to give a much-needed vocabulary lesson.
The panelists discuss the rape allegations against Bill Cosby in light of his 2005 court deposition.
Jak Knight lays out a scenario in which getting herpes wouldn't be so bad.
Bill Cosby admits to drugging and manipulating women for sex in a 2005 court deposition.
The panelists weigh in on why some people are still unwilling to believe Bill Cosby's many accusers.
Angry Cosbologist Holly Walker takes down Bill Cosby via the power of rap.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump defends his fans to John McCain.
The comics watch Ted Cruz do impressions, rename male birth control and examine "Minions" art.
Mexico legalizes gay marriage, prompting Larry to roll retro footage from his 70s-era cable show.
Susie Essman shares her many concerns about an FDA-approved libido drug for women.
Amy defends Bill Cosby in the court of public opinion.
The FDA allows gay men to donate blood provided they remain abstinent for an entire year.
Larry argues in favor of the death penalty for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.