The comics visit #OneLetterOffRestaurants, list #VegasMovies, #StonerSciFi and #AddSportsRuinASong.
Science guy Bill Nye faces a futuristic choice between android sex and violent robot soldiers.
Stephen Hawking spearheads a plan to send robotic emissaries to Earth's nearest star system.
Jordan Klepper takes a Japanese virtual reality sex suit for a test drive.
The comedians stuff their faces at misspelled restaurant chains.
The comics lend their voices to a lifelike robotic version of Scarlett Johansson.
Microsoft's chatbot Tay picks up some troubling phrases while learning how to tweet.
Ronny Chieng imagines what artificial intelligence may look in the not-too-distant future.
Jen Kirkman and Chris Hardwick guess which of Nikki's bizarre Craigslist posts got a response.
Only in America would a company build a robot and then bully it.
The comedians hunt for items from viral videos on eBay.
At a GOP debate, Donald Trump lashes out at the audience, and Marco Rubio goes on the defensive.
The comedians find out what's really happening in an offensive-looking town seal.
The comedians imagine odd celebrity pairs who could present at next year's Golden Globes.
Rory Albanese and Mike Yard get a first-hand look at Silicon Valley's crime-fighting robots.
The panelists talk about robotic cops, crumbling cell phone etiquette and social media fixation.
Dazzle finally consummates his budding relationship with Silca.
The comedians talk their way out of traffic tickets as Google's low-speed self-driving car.
A giant battle robot commits a discomfiting faux pas.
The panelists write bios for a series of spam Twitter accounts.