A singing YouTuber helps Daniel hawk a noxious Scandinavian treat.
The comedians get into the minds of amateur musicians with deeply nerdy proclivities.
YouTube's favorite back-flipping southerner finds a new home on reality TV.
An unsettling YouTube video sends Daniel on a mission to find its creator.
Daniel goes adhesive-crazy on the Tosh.0 staff.
The comics support some strange political candidates after watching their unusual campaign ads.
It's too easy to get angry at something offensive, so the comics fume at harmless videos instead.
Governor Bobby Jindal joins the already-crowded pool of Republican presidential candidates.
Is there an actual "Uptown Funk" cover by suburban moms or hedge fund managers?
The comedians review the video resumes of a soft rocker and a versatile YouTube star.
Does YouTube have a Christian cover of a popular Taylor Swift or Ariana Grande song?
After hearing a strange noise in a YouTube video, the comedians guess its source.
Does YouTube feature an instructional video on making love to a pudding bag or a toilet paper roll?
The comics guess whether a Vine user is making a surprising admission or doing a bad impersonation.
A bikini-clad grandmother gets a DUI, and Chris celebrates YouTube's 10th anniversary.
Before starring on "Mad Men," did Jon Hamm appear on "Pacific Blue" or a 90s dating show?
After reading a YouTube comment, the comics guess whether the video features a fat boy or rat boy.
Na'im Lynn explains why he has a tough time getting other people drunk.
Does a fervent preacher end his sermon by destroying a TV or riding out on a dune buggy?
Chris D'Elia remarks upon the Internet's reception of "Baby" and puts Justin Bieber's success in context.