High school friends reunite for the first time since leaving for college and share a wild night.
Speaking as a toddler drug kingpin, the comics make a demand to their cartel.
The Justice Department's release of 6,000 federal prisoners evokes a paranoid reaction from Larry.
Tags: mike yard, holly walker, jordan carlos, prison, crime, drugs, barack obama, under the desk, violence, african american, discrimination, police business, marijuana, cocaine, legalization, colorado, laws, sex
Presidential contender Ben Carson offers a questionable solution to victims of gun violence.
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
Tags: phones, business, driving, cars/trucks, transportation, technology, france, prison, work/office, animals, bestiality, flying, safety, drugs, cocaine, alcohol, behaving badly, money, disney, mickey mouse, costumes, economy, morality
Another Period's co-creators reflect on just how crazy the Gilded Age really was.
Bridget Everett brings a special guest on stage and then throws her into the crowd.
The Bellacourt sisters duke it out with Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan.
Tags: dodo bellacourt, paget brewster, frederick bellacourt, jason ritter, lillian abigail hitler schmemmerhorn-fish, natasha leggero, beatrice tiffani amber thiessen downsy, riki lindhome, hortense jefferson library bellacourt, tom lennon, helen keller, drugs, cocaine, alcohol, competitions, fights, rage, violence, guns, hearing impaired, eyesight
Joey Diaz explains why only a true friend would make a scene at a wake.
Tags: joey diaz, storytellers, friends, death, dogs, drugs, cocaine, ari shaffir, marijuana, uncensored, new york city, 70s, growing up, lookin' good, latino/hispanic, memorials, parents, addiction, religion
Rob Corddry insists that his show "Childrens Hospital" is more than just fart jokes.
Tags: interviews, rob corddry, tv, work/office, terminations and resignations, audience interaction, desmond tutu, dancing, racism, jewish, school, the daily show, sleep, media, news networks, cocaine, farts
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