Producer Norman Lear chats about his career and his memoir "Even This I Get to Experience."
Iconic TV producer Norman Lear shares stories from his memoir "Even This I Get to Experience."
The panelists create names for police procedurals based on pictures of flamboyant 70s styles.
Pinball wizard Roger Sharpe leads the fight to lift the ban on the game in New York City.
A job applicant finds out that he has a tough act to follow.
Bill Cosby hires attorney Monica Pressley for the most unpleasant job in the world.
Soul Daddy envisions a utopian future marked by a 45-minute workday and hot robot sex.
The comedians create TV police series based off of some pictures of 70s men's fashion.
Mexico legalizes gay marriage, prompting Larry to roll retro footage from his 70s-era cable show.
Morgan Freeman travels back in time to chat about America's future and "Through the Wormhole."
The panelists share their thoughts on the theory that Stevie Wonder is only pretending to be blind.
The panelists weigh in on the Apollo moon landing and the likelihood of life on other planets.
Ron Burgundy visits from Stage 24 to pay tribute to the comics onstage.
Joey Diaz explains why only a true friend would make a scene at a wake.
Larry examines the positive and negative effects of legalizing marijuana in the U.S.
A growing number of parents face accusations of child neglect for letting their kids roam freely.
Jason Jones takes advantage of the NYPD's suddenly lax approach to monitoring crime.
A conservative website unearths a 43-year-old letter that Hillary Clinton sent to Saul Alinsky.
Stephen signs off like it's 1974.
Stephen recounts the explosive Watergate scandal that led to President Nixon's impeachment in 1974.