The comics create questions for Australian medics to use to check injured people's mental acuity.
The comics learn about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal with the help of cute animal GIFs.
Daniel reconnects with his children by engaging them in a beatboxing competition.
Jon pulls out all the stops to deliver even more egregious accents.
The comedians decipher an abstract puppet show to help out the Australian kids watching it.
Rebel Wilson talks about her movie "Pitch Perfect 2" and how she avoided the family business.
Actress Rebel Wilson describes the dog-breeding sessions she witnessed during her childhood.
Porn stars read "Oh, The Places You'll Go!," and a company does your breaking up for you.
The comics put a local spin on a famous Darth Vader quote and learn about a raunchy museum display.
Revelers enjoy New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade, but LGBT groups are banned from participating.
A police officer whose body has been modified with high-tech gadgets solves crimes in Albuquerque.
The comics name the outrageous dance moves of an agile wedding guest and some energetic Aussies.
Australian ambassadors are sick of getting inappropriate requests from their citizens.
The world faces a chocolate shortage, and Turkey's president rewrites American history.
Not being gay was all the rage at David Smithyman's high school.
John McKeever realizes that he's far from the types of guys whom his wife finds attractive.
The comics find out which Australian sports fan made a shocking reveal after a big rugby win.
Eddie Aikau intervenes after things get violent between Australian and Hawaiian surfers.
The comedians file suspicious customer service complaints about their drug dealers.
Australian party animal Gary the Goat makes his American debut, and Gary Busey stops by.