Larry chooses between facing off against UFC fighter Ronda Rousey or mud wrestling Jon Stewart.
GOP candidate Donald Trump cries foul after Ted Cruz and John Kasich forge an alliance against him.
Dozens of world dignitaries are linked to shady offshore businesses thanks to a Panama law firm.
The comedians elaborate on martial arts moves gone horribly awry.
Horse fans decry Sports Illustrated's decision to name Serena Williams as Sportsperson of the Year.
John Kasich shows off his martial arts skills during the Republican debate in Las Vegas.
"If the Raindrops United" author Judah Friedlander talks about using satire as cultural commentary.
Mike Yard describes the soft-spoken political appeal of GOP presidential hopeful Dr. Ben Carson.
A man tries to re-create his record-breaking martial arts move on an unyielding car window.
Judge Jessie makes a case for why he's an incredibly qualified daytime TV judge.
A football team's preparatory huddle takes a violent turn.
The panelists debate whether female athletes are less exciting than their male counterparts.
A pool party turns violent when cops use excessive force against a group of black teens.
Amy teaches a martial arts class on how to respond to female emotions.
A redheaded martial arts student is bested by a board that he's trying to break.
Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the type of superhero that he dreamed of being when he was a kid.
Hasan Minhaj shares Republicans' reaction to President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.
The panelists talk about the heyday of boxing and the rising popularity of mixed martial arts.
A martial arts instructor uses sound effects to spice up his lesson.
The comics try to decipher religious films from gay erotica based on images from the videos.