The comedians botch up quotes from prominent historical figures.
Cynthia Erivo chats about performing a song from "The Color Purple" in front of Oprah Winfrey.
Cynthia Erivo talks about running a half marathon before two performances of "The Color Purple."
The comics draw their own conclusions about a recent Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders meet-up.
The comedians bring toddlers to the Broadway stage for a theatrical mashup.
The comics use their intuition to announce blatantly obvious award winners.
Danielle Brooks describes how Broadway's "The Color Purple" inspired her to become an actress.
Amy pitches an idea for her own "Hamilton"-style hip hopera to Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The popularity of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" forces women to take a back seat on the $10 bill.
The panelists discuss how "Hamilton" kept women from being honored on the front of the $10 bill.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and John Kasich do their best to win over voters in the Big Apple.
Jennifer Hudson discusses her role as an alleged victim of sexual harassment in "Confirmation."
The comics evoke the #BestWeekendIn5Words, list #ElderlyMovies and #CatBooks, and #BroadwayACeleb.
The comics put a theatrical twist on celebrity names.
Todd Glass shares the reasons why he decided to come out as a gay man.
The panelists react to an explicit request for non-white actors to audition for "Hamilton."
Larry challenges Daveed Diggs to name the best person from the "Hamilton" cast.
The comedians sing lyrics from the latest installment of "High School Musical."
The panelists weigh in on Chris Rock's smackdown of the diversity-challenged Academy Awards.
The comics list #UnderwearSongs, #ScienceABook, check out #NerdBroadway shows and #InternetThePast.