Donald Trump sits down for an awkward interview with his former nemesis, Fox News's Megyn Kelly.
The comedians guess how an Oregon town is tackling its sea lion infestation.
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.
Jordan Klepper sends a care package to an Oregon militia in need of supplies.
Ranchers in Oregon take over a wildlife refuge during an armed standoff against the government.
A dispute over public land in Oregon leads to an armed protest by right-wing militia members.
The comedians alert the public to a new terror threat level system and update a Christmas classic.
Larry examines a pair of self-serving crisis scenarios painted by Mark Wahlberg and Ben Carson.
Presidential contender Ben Carson offers a questionable solution to victims of gun violence.
Desi Lydic offers ways to stop tornadoes and cancer based on Ben Carson's unsound logic.
The panel weighs in on the media coverage of mass shootings and suggests Second Amendment updates.
Larry gives a step-by-step analysis of how the media evades the issue of gun control.
Jessica Williams shows Trevor how to save time while covering recurrent national tragedies.
Hasan Minhaj travels to Oregon to speak with one of the state's leading marijuana growers.
The comedians list band names for a possibly rabid jam band.
Ron Funches recognizes that living in Oregon can be a delicious situation.
Japan postpones a large wheat order after an Oregon farmer stumbles upon genetically modified wheat.
Bars donate their profits to charity, and CBS helps Americans land an entry-level dream job.
Tammy Baldwin is the first openly lesbian senator, and three states vote on marijuana legalization.