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The comics help Subway's P.R. team come up with new company slogans.
A woman complains to a plainspoken friend about her unfaithful boyfriend.
Jon unloads on a variety of completely deserving targets.
The contestants learn whether a child is a secret badass or an affectionate cutie.
Fox News tries to call out Jon for being a liberal propagandist for the Obama administration.
Donald Trump upsets fellow Republicans by stating that former POW John McCain isn't a war hero.
Donald Trump has difficulty understanding why offensive comments he made about Mexicans are racist.
It's too easy to get angry at something offensive, so the comics fume at harmless videos instead.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia goes through a rough patch, so Jon offers him some sympathy.
The comics watch as harried news reporters either collapse or go on curse-laden tirades.
The comedians heckle Smash Mouth and mark the 800th birthday of Magna Carta.
In response to a director's angry tirade, the comics record fan-slandering Kickstarter updates.
The comedians deliver strange motivational speeches fit for Shia LaBeouf.
Jack White would surely go on another tirade if he read any of these headlines about himself.
Daniel catches up with a loud politician, an outspoken fast food lover and the worst comedian ever.
The comedians rewrite famous movie titles using the opposite genders.
The comics guess how children will end up after wearing onesies that boast about bacon and glitter.
The star of the Dennis Quaid freak-out video stops by, and an unusual item returns from space.