Nathan helps a travel agent expand her business to better serve her client base.
The contestants provide their own voiceovers to accompany chaotic infomercials.
A foreign policy adviser to Ben Carson implies that the presidential hopeful is inept.
An aging football coach has trouble connecting with his team.
China drops its one-child policy, ending mandatory fines, abortions or sterilization for violators.
The panelists discuss the likeability of presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
The comics invent policies for Bernie Sanders and learn about Donald Trump's gift to Marco Rubio.
The comics make observations about America from the viewpoint of a British tourist.
Governor Chris Christie explains his plan to regulate immigration using fingerprint technology.
The panelists field questions about eccentric senior citizens on 90s cruise ships.
The contestants puzzle out the meaning behind inexplicable stock video clips.
The comedians perform voiceovers for clips of people having trouble completing a simple task.
Journey around the world with Jon's impeccable accent work.
The comics check out a robotic suit that simulates old age and find reasons to work at Walmart.
The comics reduce Democrats to self-parody and learn health tips from a laid-back doctor.
Two elderly men compare the health problems that prevent them from listening to new music.
Emma Didlake, the oldest living U.S. veteran, gets a special introduction from the president.
The comedians set their sights on classic video games for Embrace Your Geekness Day 2015.
Richard Lewis reminisces about his early memories of Jon and discusses his new show, "Blunt Talk."
The TSA fails to stop 95 percent of weapons and fake bombs in an undercover Homeland Security test.