The comedians talk their way out of traffic tickets as Google's low-speed self-driving car.
Mike Yard and Ricky Velez get lit over Ohio voters' rejection of legal marijuana.
The Justice Department's release of 6,000 federal prisoners evokes a paranoid reaction from Larry.
The Republican candidates with the lowest poll numbers face off on the big issues.
Legalized marijuana could have a powerful effect on the GOP presidential debate in Colorado.
Two female bodybuilders visit some stoners for a quickie.
Sam Morril talks about meeting his biological father for the first time.
A stoned hacker compromises the personal email account of CIA Director John Brennan.
"Crimson Peak" star Tom Hiddleston discusses his portrayal of misunderstood outsiders.
The comics discover a magical Democratic debate attendee and try to recall who Walter Palmer is.
Ilana and Abbi each have very different ways of celebrating Columbus Day.
Beth Stelling reveals why she tends to date potheads and shares the story of a failed flirtation.
The panelists learn about a few small businesses with rather unorthodox signage.
Daniel looks to hire recent college grads fresh out of sorority life.
The comics imagine the future plans of a sinister CEO and come up with a new Volkswagen slogan.
The contestants reveal their most cherished memories of the 90s.
For anxiety-ridden Ricky Velez, every day is a struggle to keep the walls from closing in.
Joe Mande combines his two favorite things: hip-hop performances and stand-up comedy.
The panelists hawk their drugs of choice and list their unusual side effects.
The comedians deliver sermons from a bro-y bible.