The comedians posit the destination of a rogue garbage can.
William Mulholland breaks the law in order to build the Los Angeles Aqueduct.
Natasha Leggero hates Burning Man even though she's never attended it.
The effects of the drought can be seen everywhere in California, even in the adult film industry.
The panelists talk about wealthy water hogs in California and President Obama's singing skills.
Wealthy Californian Terry Provost argues that water-rationing laws should only apply to poor people.
Rich Californians ignore calls to ration their water despite the state's devastating drought.
California's ongoing drought forces residents to conserve water through unpopular means.
Al Madrigal enjoys the drought-free East Coast while visiting from water-conscious Los Angeles.
The panelists talk about a proposal to provide Californians with drinkable sewage water.
Drought-plagued Californians may soon be able to quench their thirst with recycled sewage water.
The panelists brave a simulated drought as they guess which objects need more water for production.
The panelists discuss colorful ways to save water as California's historic drought continues.
Tampa police appear to harass black bicyclists, and Californians struggle to conserve water.
Larry kicks off a tepid Earth Day celebration as California's water supply dwindles.
Daniel fields tweets suggesting fixes for California's water crisis.
The world faces a chocolate shortage, and Turkey's president rewrites American history.
A bankrupt Detroit shuts off water to many of its residents in an effort to collect on unpaid bills.
Student athletes get a boost, and Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari visits The Report.
A citrus tree-killing bacteria poses a threat to America's lime industrial complex.