After a woman makes an erroneous assumption, her blind date goes horribly awry.
A tabloid maintains its commitment to harassing famous people at all costs.
Natasha Leggero and Patton Oswalt explain religious liberty laws and anal sex to a puppy.
Natasha Leggero and Patton Oswalt are baffled by the hateful reaction to a new "Star Wars" trailer.
Scott Aukerman makes some tough decisions about a few of his fellow comedians.
The comedians delve into #SexyScience, #5WordConspiracies, #FishHipHop and #GuyFieriMovies.
Relying on an online symptom checker, the comics diagnose sick individuals.
The comedians wonder what would happen if Kim Kardashian put on her thinking cap.
The comedians let their paranoid sides show with short conspiracy theories.
The comedians guess what unfortunate events are about to befall unsuspecting reporters.
Inspired by Paula Deen, the comics cook up some down-home meals.
The Pentagon lets the public believe that aliens are to blame for a strange wreckage in the desert.
In honor of July 4th, the comics play #MyCampaignIn3Words and help Chris Hardwick break down the National Anthem.
The comedians step back in time to #MakeHistoryCute, come up with #RichPeopleProblems, list #ToughGuyRomComs and write #SnotQuotes.
The comedians learn about the rowdy escapades of some ridiculous Floridians.
The comedians give history lessons a charming and delightful rewrite.
The comedians give a State of the Union address fit for Generation Y.
wikiHow has enough unnecessary How To articles without the ones that the comedians list.
Chris's mom calls out the Green Bay Packers, and a pantsless football fan takes the field.
Some famous book titles works get a Tinseltown rewrite.