David Gborie proves that anyone can find love and describes the positive part of being overweight.
Sean Donnelly has come to terms with his looks; he no longer fights against them.
Jordan Klepper breaks down why Iowa Republicans banned The Daily Show from a GOP gathering.
Nathan hires a bodybuilder and a ghostwriter to help him create his new workout program.
Nathan embarks on a mission to make horseback riding possible for overweight people.
Dalton goes deeper into the events that led to his expulsion from prom.
As Dazzle gets more and more invested in filming his reenactment, his sanity begins to unravel.
A man tries to re-create his record-breaking martial arts move on an unyielding car window.
Hannibal asks people on the street what they want to see on the Why? season finale.
Hampton Yount explains why losing 100 pounds didn't change his life in the way most people expect.
Hannibal tries to convince the citizens of Los Angeles that Barack Obama is serving a third term.
Hannibal has something important to say to several Republican presidential hopefuls.
Governor Chris Christie kicks off his presidential campaign by denouncing the weakness of America.
Matt Caffarelli argues that Governor Chris Christie is the bully that America has been waiting for.
"Today" show host Hoda Kotb doesn't get to finish her story about weighing herself.
Bill Clinton considers First Gentleman issues he can take on if Hillary Clinton is elected.
A soccer ball reacts to the FIFA scandal, and a football gets competitive about corruption.
Kristen Schaal tears apart the unrealistic body image expectations plaguing men in society.
Daniel asks Chad whether he gets swamp ass while filming his videos.
An enthusiastic Texan previews the high school football season's most exciting matchup.