Roy Wood Jr. investigates the proposed legalization of betting on elections.
Dazzle and Chrysalis search for Rad, who's disguised as a powerful drug lord named Raduardo.
Comedian Richard Lewis discusses his show "Blunt Talk" and recalls the first time that he met Jon.
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Joey Diaz explains why only a true friend would make a scene at a wake.
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"Get Hard" star Kevin Hart explains how he chose the name of his fifth stand-up special, "What Now."
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Kevin Hart recounts an embarrassing moment in an airport bathroom and shares the value of stand-up.
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The panelists explore the myths and realities surrounding African-American fatherhood.
Did former Chicago Bull Scottie Pippen sell bail bonds or party subs in an awful local commercial?
A government employee drunkenly crashes a drone into the White House.
The books "I Wish Daddy Didn't Drink So Much" and "The Pocket Book of Boners" get new chapters.
Michael Che's safety is jeopardized after he questions the pharmaceutical industry's ethics.
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