Tone Bell doesn't understand (or have much interest in) babies.
Nathan comes up with a way to make staying in a hotel more comfortable for parents.
Kristen Schaal finds a way to prevent teen girls from "distracting" males with their leggings.
Timbaland discusses his career as a music producer in his memoir, "The Emperor of Sound."
"The Emperor of Sound" author Timbaland recalls finding artistic inspiration in a nonmusical home.
aDavid Holbrooke talks about growing up with his ambassador dad Richard Holbrooke in "The Diplomat."
David Holbrooke details the life of his father, ambassador Richard Holbrooke, in "The Diplomat."
Sean Donnelly doesn't have a child, but he does parent his dog.
The panelists review a young girl's fearsome sword-swinging show.
Sam Morril talks about meeting his biological father for the first time.
The panelists discuss perceptions of stay-at-home dads and double standards against ambitious women.
A grown man who still lives in his mother's uterus asserts his right to grow a beard.
The contestants attempt to hawk strange niche products found on Etsy.
Roni Dean-Burren talks about protesting McGraw-Hill's textbooks for calling slaves "workers."
Forrest struggles to remain chipper in the face of terrible news.
Way too many kids on Steve Rannazzisi's Little League team wear capes.
Steve Rannazzisi has a hard time disciplining his young son because he's so unnervingly handsome.
Andy Woodhull explains why you have to be careful about what you laugh at around kids.
An encounter with lice showed Andy Woodhull's girlfriend that he was ready for marriage.
The panelists weigh in on whether the arrest of Ahmed Mohamed was fueled by anti-Muslim bigotry.