Forrest struggles to remain chipper in the face of terrible news.
Steve Rannazzisi has a hard time disciplining his young son because he's so unnervingly handsome.
Way too many kids on Steve Rannazzisi's Little League team wear capes.
An encounter with lice showed Andy Woodhull's girlfriend that he was ready for marriage.
Andy Woodhull explains why you have to be careful about what you laugh at around kids.
The panelists weigh in on whether the arrest of Ahmed Mohamed was fueled by anti-Muslim bigotry.
Fox News portrays Black Lives Matter activists as foot soldiers in a violent war against the police.
Larry poses dicey questions about religion to Salman Rushdie, Chloe Hilliard and Jordan Carlos.
The panelists discuss the many issues plaguing the NFL, from domestic violence to Deflategate.
Daniel reconnects with his children by engaging them in a beatboxing competition.
Forrest is determined to make his son's devastating birthday wish come true.
A selfie-loving MILF explores her best angles on the playground.
Hannibal and a slew of celebrities hurl insults at a baby.
For practical reasons, Lil Rel is glad that he had a daughter instead of a son.
Liza Treyger explains why she never wants to have kids.
Forrest persuades his dad to participate in a re-creation of the William Tell marksmanship trick.
The panelists debate whether kids should be awarded trophies simply for participating in sports.
Attorney Beechum Grady tries to put a genteel spin on Mississippi's law against same-sex adoption.
The panelists weigh in on Target's plan to remove gender-based signage from its shopping aisles.
Target's toy sections become gender-neutral, and a Lowe's customer rejects a black delivery driver.