Tavis Smiley examines Michael Jackson's untimely death in the biography "Before You Judge Me."
Larry considers a hypothetical chance to resurrect both Michael Jackson and Prince.
Joe Jackson finds his key to fame and fortune.
The panelists weigh in on Beyonce's controversial halftime performance of her song "Formation."
White actor Joseph Fiennes lands the role of Michael Jackson in a British TV movie.
The panelists react to the news that Michael Jackson will be played by a white actor in a TV movie.
The film "Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon" casts white actor Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson.
The panelists debate whether Hillary Clinton is being unfairly scrutinized because of her gender.
Who takes the top spot in Jadakiss's list of the top five busts of all time?
Does someone have an unfortunate tattoo of a vomiting shrimp or a suicidal hot dog?
Does YouTube feature a death-metal song by the Muppets or a gangsta rap about milk?
Walter describes the important musical landmarks that tourists can visit in the United States.
The comedians guess which tweet about a Michael Jackson hologram got the most retweets.
Everyone's favorite teen sensation doesn't enjoy Trevor Moore's management style.
Byron Bowers wants to be so great that he is beyond reproach.
Daniel takes an amateur education reformer on a bogus journey through time.
Tennis star Billie Jean King discusses sexism in sports and her PBS "American Masters" profile.
Michael Jackson will be remembered as a musical genius for generations, as long as you forget everything after 1989.
There are some strange holes in the story of Michael Jackson's death.
What was Michael Jackson trying to tell us with the name of his last tour?