An inventor looking to end concussions in the NFL locks down a major celebrity endorsement.
The panelists look back on the O.J. Simpson murder trial in light of its 20-year anniversary.
The NFL is bringing the big game to L.A. in 2021, so the comedians envision the world of tomorrow.
Mike Yard and Rory Albanese square off in an argument over whether "Redskins" is a racist slur.
The panelists weigh in on the ongoing controversy surrounding the name of the Washington Redskins.
The panelists talk about marijuana's rising popularity among senior citizens in the U.S.
An NFL player pushes to lift a ban on marijuana, and Colorado's pot industry funds scholarships.
The comics list Rob Gronkowski's rules for partying properly.
"Thunder Boy Jr." author Sherman Alexie chats about the importance of names.
Sherman Alexie discusses "Thunder Boy Jr." and the importance of names in Native American culture.
Ronny Chieng weighs in on a dangerous and widespread addiction to snapping selfies.
The contestants grumble about things that get under their skin.
Wendell Pierce reveals how far he'd go to help the New Orleans Saints.
The panelists weigh in on the different ways that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump polarize voters.
Voters continue flocking to the polls for Donald Trump in spite of his constant bad press.
The comedians describe lesser-known comic book characters.
Denver Broncos quarterback (and endorsement junkie) Peyton Manning announces his retirement.
The panelists weigh in on the long-term health problems faced by football players.
How many black pioneers have been f**ked over and forgotten by history?
Al Sharpton joins a team of experts to determine which Democratic candidate deserves the black vote.