The Obama administration may not be able to start fighting climate change as soon as they thought.
After the Iowa caucuses, Ben Carson and Donald Trump accuse Ted Cruz of playing dirty politics.
Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani discusses the need for more women in the tech industry.
President Obama sets a lofty goal for Vice President Joe Biden during his last State of the Union.
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As his emissary job comes to an end, the neighborhood throws Gary a goodbye party.
Tags: white people, matt braunger, future, racism, uncensored, canada, parents, family, hari kondabolu, food, sarah burns, dating, partying, kissing, dancing, beth grant, conspiracies, injuries, business, stereotypes
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A union rep visits Gary to reveal a shocking secret about Dan.
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Gary lands an audition and is surprised when the casting agent doesn't think that he's right for the part.
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While recovering from a breakup, Gary agrees to go on a date with his casual hookup buddy.
Tags: white people, matt braunger, future, racism, arguments, breaking up, asian american, family, dating, sex, puking, food, alcohol, oral sex, uncensored, canada, poop & pee, drunk, nudity, restaurants
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Gary wakes up one morning to discover that almost all the white people in Los Angeles have been relocated -- except him.
Jessica Williams looks to the future to find a levitating hoverboard.
Director Spike Lee talks about systemic violence and his films "Chi-Raq" and "Do the Right Thing."
Tags: spike lee, extended interviews, exclusives, interviews, movies, chicago, gangs, violence, death, murder, sex, wars, iraq war, future, police business, samuel l. jackson, african american, white people, john cusack, riots, rodney king, men/women, nobel prize, peace, liberia
"Chi-Raq" director Spike Lee explores an unconventional technique for ending violence in Chicago.
Tags: spike lee, interviews, movies, future, african american, police business, murder, death, men/women, sex, wars, violence, fights, chicago, john cusack, religion, guns, liberia, nobel prize, peace
Trevor Noah wonders why there were no Mexican Jedis in "Star Wars."
The GOP must meet Paul Ryan's extensive demands if they want him to run for Speaker of the House.
Chris breaks down the grand forces at work in "Back to the Future Part II."
Tags: back to the future, sports, baseball, conspiracies, movies, egypt, aliens, 9/11, christopher lloyd, illuminati, donald trump, john f. kennedy, esther povitsky, doug benson, tony hinchcliffe, future, rants, time travel
Jeff's already terrible birthday is ruined when the aliens reveal to him what the future looks like.
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