Daniel and his audience try to harness the power of their minds.
The comics describe #AutumnIn3Words and list #HipHopCartoons, #BadTrampStamps and #Pizzalebrities.
The contestants summarize the fall season in just three words.
Tess Lynch tells the story of how hot air balloonist Thaddeus Lowe became involved in the Civil War.
Just as these weathermen usually predict the weather, the panelists predict how they'll fail.
The comedians moonlight as meteorologists to deliver truly unexpected weather forecasts.
Lavell Crawford braves the summer heat to find out how New Yorkers are staying cool.
Meteorologist Gusty Hail analyzes America's rapidly changing racial climate.
The guests at a dinner party discover that almost every topic is off the table.
Mike Yard gives New Yorkers advice on how to have the best summer ever.
The panelists talk about wealthy water hogs in California and President Obama's singing skills.
Wealthy Californian Terry Provost argues that water-rationing laws should only apply to poor people.
Rich Californians ignore calls to ration their water despite the state's devastating drought.
Rick Santorum suggests that Pope Francis's belief in climate change has no basis in science.
A pool party turns violent when cops use excessive force against a group of black teens.
Drought-plagued Californians may soon be able to quench their thirst with recycled sewage water.
The panelists talk about a proposal to provide Californians with drinkable sewage water.
According to the media, the pollen count has hit catastrophic heights.
Tampa police appear to harass black bicyclists, and Californians struggle to conserve water.
The panelists discuss colorful ways to save water as California's historic drought continues.