Dennis Rodman (Jordan Carlos) explains his role in North Korea's release of an American prisoner.
The announcement of Scarlett Johansson's latest role leads the comics to make iffy casting choices.
The comics visit #OneLetterOffRestaurants, list #VegasMovies, #StonerSciFi and #AddSportsRuinASong.
Jordan Klepper takes a Japanese virtual reality sex suit for a test drive.
The comedians stuff their faces at misspelled restaurant chains.
Larry's 70s-era alter ego gives his freaky-deaky take on some of the most pressing issues of today.
A college professor is exposed as porn star, so the comics guess new courses that he'll teach.
The comedians try to make sense of bizarre foreign music videos.
Only in America would a company build a robot and then bully it.
The panelists translate lines from bizarre overseas ads starring American celebrities.
Holly Walker has a very personal stake in Japan's decision to make it easier for women to remarry.
Scientist Richard Dawkins, author of "Brief Candle in the Dark," discusses his one-of-a-kind ties.
"Brief Candle in the Dark" author Richard Dawkins discusses his career as an evolutionary biologist.
Daniel presents a selection of videos that could go either way.
The panelists attempt to figure out what's going on in strange international music videos.
The comics celebrate Hand Job Day with Tengaman and name a bird that steals joints.
Comedian Aziz Ansari examines dating trends in his book "Modern Romance."
"Modern Romance" author Aziz Ansari discusses relationships and online dating.
The comedians explain what's really happening in a series of bizarre Web images.
The comedians remind Chet Haze to write about what he knows and then help Godzilla with a speech.