The comics make announcements to superstitious airplane passengers and their haunted dolls.
Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel warn their captive audience to set their celebrity expectations low.
A couple of cops from Reno pull the bus over and jump inside.
"Cop Show" star Colin Quinn reveals how he failed his law enforcement test.
Jessica Williams looks to the future to find a levitating hoverboard.
Ricky Velez and Bobby Gaylor drive to Boston to meet Bea Arthur-inspired artist Mike Denison.
Spirit Airlines passenger Holly Walker takes her place in history as the Rosa Parks of the skies.
Activist Gloria Steinem describes her eye-opening travel experiences in "My Life on the Road."
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Jordan Klepper reveals a way around the questionable ethics of using apps like Spotify and Uber.
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
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Acting as Air France bigwigs, the comics propose cruel policies aimed at company employees.
Pope Francis touches down in the U.S., and Americans flood the streets for some hot pope action.
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