A Reddit user's terrible Pokemon tattoo gets its own big-screen adaptation.
The roasters express the darkest parts of their imaginations.
Larry kicks off a potpourri show involving ISIS, a "Star Wars" movie set and a regrettable tattoo.
Larry presents scenarios that include getting an ISIS tattoo and going to hell for a slice of pizza.
Jon pays tribute to Jason Jones and his 10 years as a correspondent on The Daily Show.
The comedians list criminal charges for a rough-around-the-edges senior and a diapered partier.
Early contenders for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination begin to step forward.
The comics create better face tattoos for the man who inked the Mitt Romney logo on his head.
Does a devoted hip-hop fan have a Drake forehead tattoo or Salt-N-Pepa eyelid ink?
Is there a video gamed based on suppressing flatulence or concealing boners?
What do a saxophone-wielding young man and a group of wrestling aficionados want for Christmas?
While watching a WNBA game, Jak Knight sees a tattoo that he will never forget.
The comedians name a titillating new dance move that is performed to classical music.
After hearing descriptions of two horrible tattoos, the comedians guess which one is real.
Monroe Martin describes just how terrible his school was growing up.
When Rob Christensen has a girlfriend, he feels like a detective who keeps solving the same crime.
Daniel pays a visit to Vine superstar Bryan Silva's yachtata for some shrimp and selfies.
The comics guess what's really going on with some shirtless siblings and a horrifying clown.
Did a tattoo of sloppy Voldemort, disheveled Dumbledore or fat Harry Potter get the most reblogs?
What is Charlie Sheen doing at a Taco Bell drive-through with his friend Gary?