The comics read lines from an adults-only version of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
General Zod gets flipper hands and James Bond becomes kid-friendly.
The panelists help Chris reach his destination using only Google Street View photos as signposts.
Mark Ruffalo describes his role as a bipolar father in the movie "Infinitely Polar Bear."
Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the ways in which mainstream society has started to embrace science.
Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the type of superhero that he dreamed of being when he was a kid.
The comedians play F**k/Marry/Kill with some upcoming blockbuster films.
Superman and Batman show off their kinkier sides.
The panelists name smalltime plays about a reptilian Enron and a different kind of Superman.
Was Superman in a campaign ad for Richard Nixon or a Bollywood musical?
King Geek Stephen celebrates everything from "The Lord of the Rings" to "Dungeons & Dragons"
The comics get expert tips on New York City tourism and learn about an adorable Photoshop contest.
The comics try to sell an owl with a unique coiffure and a monkey performing a phallic magic trick.
Ben Affleck discusses filming "Gone Girl" and his upcoming role in "Batman v Superman."
The comics name a new roller coaster and guess which pizza-inspired item on Etsy is most expensive.
A guy gets his hand caught in a revolving door.
Barack Obama comes under fire for his handling of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 tragedy.
The comics #RuinAToy, #MakeASongDepressing and list reasons they're #UndateableBecause.
The panelists list better movie titles for the Batman and Superman movie.
Stephen reads his viewer mail and settles a long-standing debate.