The comedians guess why Bernie Sanders gave Hillary Clinton the stink-eye at the Democratic debate.
Tags: exclusives, uncensored, jordan morris, erin gibson, bryan safi, panderdome, elections, campaigns, hillary clinton, bernie sanders, movies, debates, democrats, michael bay, ben carson, music, twitter, memorials, martin o'malley, death, madonna, anthony weiner, porn
Tosh.0 salutes some Hollywood marriages that ended for the best.
Tags: hollywood, celebrities, marriage, divorce, sean penn, madonna, tom cruise, jennifer garner, demi moore, bruce willis, scarlett johansson, britney spears, jason alexander, kim kardashian, kardashian family, caitlyn jenner
Hillary Clinton officially announces her plan to run for president with an understated campaign ad.
Tags: democalypse 2016, indecision, elections, candidates, campaigns, hillary clinton, twitter, internet, madonna, drake, kissing, advertising, slogans, republicans, conservative, rand paul, reince priebus, ted cruz, animals, violence, marriage, brit hume, wayne lapierre
Senator Jim Inhofe gathers his own evidence to refute the existence of climate change.
The comics list #DogTVShows, describe #RoommatesIn5Words, #MakeASongBritish and #RuinAFairyTale.
Tags: hashtag wars, hot dog, star schlessinger, paul f. tompkins, puppets, tv, dogs, animals, pets, yvette nicole brown, lindsay sloane, tom lennon, housing, behaving badly, michael ian black, clark duke, kumail nanjiani, madonna, u.k., music, songs, kate micucci, brandon johnson, t.j. miller, kids, literary references, books, penises, exclusives
The comedians guess which insensitive hashtag Madonna used on Martin Luther King Day.
The panelists guess how Madonna captioned a picture of underage drinking.
Representative Dan Kildee talks labor unions, Madonna and gun laws.
Tags: better know a district, dan kildee, on location, michigan, costumes, unions, labor, madonna, cars/trucks, general motors, michael moore, cracks up, dancing, cocaine, drugs, farming, second amendment, bkad, stephen colbert
Stephen says Angelina Jolie is worth ruining a marriage for -- until you pull back one layer.
News anchor Fernando Rosalindo reveals what the world will be like in 2026.
Tags: future, media, iraq, impressions, george w. bush, guns, violence, immigration, joseph mencia, sports, affirmative action, stereotypes, work/office, weather, shaquille o'neal, steroids, basketball, aging, sex, dee dee dee, brad williams, madonna, drugs, breasts, bobby brown
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