General Zod gets flipper hands and James Bond becomes kid-friendly.
The contestants come up with in-store announcements that shoppers might hear on Black Friday.
Seth Rogen discusses working with Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet in the biopic "Steve Jobs."
Tags: seth rogen, interviews, movies, steve jobs, apple, business, steve wozniak, kate winslet, wealth, money, white people, men/women, michael fassbender, kim jong-un, north korea, technology, game of thrones
Abbi and Ilana go from high to higher to highest.
Speaking as digitally rearranged monstrosities, the comedians reveal their everyday struggles.
Kim Jong-un monopolizes the use of his name, and hackers launch a cyber attack on Sony Pictures.
Stephen examines the CIA torture debate, and "The Interview" star Seth Rogen visits The Report.
The comics write nontraditional holiday card messages with help from James Franco and Seth Rogen.
The war on terror faces a new threat, and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin visits The Report.
Tags: intro, midterm elections, war on terror, terrorism, mongering, doris kearns goodwin, books, theodore roosevelt, william howard taft, history, movies, seth rogen, james franco, california, animals, racism, profiling, police business
C-Czar accepts his parental responsibilities just in time for Liz to give birth to their baby.
Chris asks the comedians to create strange new Netflix categories.
Tags: riki lindhome, jonah ray, kyle dunnigan, movies, sundance film festival, aids, seth rogen, gandhi, olsen twins, netflix, jeremy piven, judd apatow, nicolas cage, keira knightley, new netflix categories
Natasha Leggero takes her shots at the members of the dais.
Jonah Hill commends Seth Rogen and James Franco for their near failures.
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