The chef behind an asinine how-to video tries his luck on a cooking competition show.
Two hip-hop artists spit the ultimate advice for taking the ultimate profile picture.
Daniel shows fans of an insipid new internet stunt how it's done.
Frederick Bellacourt goes to town on a gavel and John Ross Bowie offers a primer on online justice.
To make finding "the one" easier, the comedians share major dating red flags.
The comedians list amendments found in the Internet Bill of Rights.
Brexit supporter and former London Mayor Boris Johnson gives a speech that ends up on PornHub.
Rep. John Lewis leads House Democrats in a sit-in protest, calling for gun control legislation.
Season 1 - Aired: 06/09/2016 | Views: 1,333
Curating your personal brand online is way more important than anything you do in real life.
This new dating app doubles down on the idea that opposites attract.
It's been a wild year at Comedy Central, filled with comedy, drama and everything in between.
The director of a phone company commercial lays some intense demands on one of the actors.
Season 1 - Aired: 06/02/2016 | Views: 2,147
Brandon Wardell explains why memes are dangerous, especially when it comes to the presidential election.
Claudia's idea for a web series gets a less-than-welcome response from the other writers.
A report from the State Department breathes new life into Hillary Clinton's email controversy.
When Amy meets a fishy character in a chat room, the "Katfish" guys take on the case.
Airports take desperate measures to help customers kill time during the TSA screening process.
Virginia politician Mike Webb accidentally shares his porn preferences with his online followers.
Chris encourages Congressional candidates to openly embrace their love of Internet porn.
Critics complain that Facebook staffers suppress stories written from a conservative perspective.