The girls become boxers for their big Season 3 promo shoot.
Jordan Klepper makes sense of the Iowa caucuses, and Ders gets a serious shock to his system.
NFL star Brandon Marshall offers his predictions about the biggest football game of 2016.
Good Wood Jr. changes the way African Americans are depicted in pornography.
Mulder and Scully are back, and the comics have unsolved mysteries for them to investigate.
The panelists give sermons to a group of weed-smoking churchgoers.
The comedians elaborate on videos of parents performing awkward rap parodies.
Football's biggest day is coming up, so the comics share their ideas for a better halftime show.
The comedians list the incentives that companies can offer to reel in voters.
French comedian Gad Elmaleh argues that Americans have nothing to fear from socialism.
Larry reports on a racist group of teens, and Jillian and Blake get into a screaming match.
Dan Savage rules on which race has the craziest sex.
Political reporter Ryan Lizza talks about his Donald Trump cover article for The New Yorker.
The comics make announcements to superstitious airplane passengers and their haunted dolls.
The contestants create cat-centric versions of well-known tunes.
The comedians welcome Richard Jeter to Hollywood by using awful three-word phrases to describe it.
The celebrities read cover letters submitted by out-of-work animals looking for a job.
The panelists provide their own voiceovers for bizarre scenes from infomercials.
The panelists give their take on dancing quarterback Cam Newton and gear up for Super Bowl 50.
Trevor weighs in on rapper B.o.B's Twitter rant claiming that the Earth is flat.