Ricky's attempt to comfort a little boy during his school play ends in carnage.
Racial activist Elijah Dickerson sounds off about a string of black church fires in Ferguson, Mo.
The contestants tell a scary story using nothing but emojis as source material.
Dazzle and Chrysalis search for Rad, who's disguised as a powerful drug lord named Raduardo.
Shane tells Daniel what his parents think of his stunts.
A stuntman's driver proves to be regrettably unreliable.
Josh and his girlfriend secretly frame Forrest for a terrible crime.
Fox News tries to call out Jon for being a liberal propagandist for the Obama administration.
Three doctors try to outdo each other's strange antics.
Fire truther Santana Crimsey argues that a series of church burnings is part of a racist conspiracy.
Rich Californians ignore calls to ration their water despite the state's devastating drought.
Daniel discovers a bunch of exciting new uses for a leaf blower.
The Daily Show says goodbye to its most senior correspondent, Samantha Bee.
Chaos erupts in Baltimore after tensions between police and protesters turn violent.
Following civil unrest, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake declares a state of emergency.
Daniel and an inquisitive teenager experiment with weaponizing a microwave.
The comics prepare for a 4/20-friendly game by captioning a fan's photoshopped image of Doug Benson.