The comedians put a new spin on Fat Tuesday celebrations.
The panelists translate lines from bizarre overseas ads starring American celebrities.
Roy Wood Jr. envisions a more racially progressive adult film industry.
Chris's words come back to haunt him, and the comedians play along.
Adam, Blake and Ders lament their lack of female companionship, and Jillian finds a dumpster cat.
The comedians launch an in-depth investigation into a California bull semen heist.
Rand Paul discusses his appeal among young voters and ponders the dickishness of Ted Cruz.
Tags: rand paul, doctors, health, national review, donald trump, conservative, republicans, voting, marijuana, polls, bernie sanders, nuclear, wmds, libertarians, adolf hitler, elections, candidates, campaigns, indecision, government, jeb bush, lord of the rings, keep it 100, ted cruz, extended interviews, taxes, penises
A couple of cops from Reno pull the bus over and jump inside.
Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel warn their captive audience to set their celebrity expectations low.
Billie and Gene spar over dinner, and Rembert Browne breaks down Donald Trump's mindset.
Tags: academy awards, white people, rich eisen, ron funches, adam savage, hillary clinton, bernie sanders, martin o'malley, debates, jillian bell, charlotte newhouse, donald trump, adam devine, penises, oral sex, movies, rembert browne, speedround
A militia group occupying an Oregon wildlife refuge receives several boxes of dildos in the mail.
The comedians use charming "Harry Potter"-inspired pickup lines to land dates.
Sean Penn's bad journalism leads to the capture of Mexico's infamous drug kingpin El Chapo.
The panelists talk about robotic cops, crumbling cell phone etiquette and social media fixation.
Tags: hank azaria, mike yard, rory albanese, panel, robots, california, crime, police business, technology, racism, african american, white people, facebook, dating, phones, porn, internet, food, photos, penises
Jordan Klepper sends a care package to an Oregon militia in need of supplies.
Because 140 characters aren't enough, the comics get creative with Twitter's new character limit.
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