Rappers (almost) always keep it 100 when faced with a challenge from Larry.
YouTube's favorite back-flipping southerner finds a new home on reality TV.
The comics wonder what lavish and unnecessary items celebrities have on their riders.
Just in time for Halloween, Professor Mike Yard explains why you should always avoid blackface.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton knows how to win over the youth vote with dick jokes.
Kumail attempts to prove that he's a huge Kanye West fan.
A street preacher informs Hannibal that he's going to Hell, much to his surprise.
Hannibal tries to convince the citizens of Los Angeles that Barack Obama is serving a third term.
After looking at photobombed pictures, the comedians determine if they're unsettling or adorable.
Rapper Kanye West stifles a rare smile, and Indiegogo crowdfunds a bizarre presidential product.
A member of the puppet-to-real-boy community weighs in on Bruce Jenner's gender transition.
TIME magazine would never include these unexceptional individuals on its list of influential people.
Larry pits Big Sean against Kanye West, and Martin Short attempts to choose between two amigos.
The comedians guess which strange Kim Kardashian portrait is most popular.
Did a Vine of Drake consoling a mascot or one of Penny Marshall picking her teeth get more likes?
The Kardashians are expanding into print, and the comedians write blurbs to promote the book.
The comedians guess whether Kanye West likes or dislikes certain subjects.
Neal Brennan's funeral is really going to blow people's minds.
The comedians finally find out what Lil Za looks like.
Chris asks the guests to pick which calendar came from a real Kickstarter project.