The comedians scar children for life by putting an upsetting spin on their favorite TV shows.
The comedians address the Internet's obsession with reimagining Disney princesses as other things.
The panelists imagine possible plotlines for the upcoming "Space Jam" sequel.
After Donald Trump wins the New York GOP primary, Ted Cruz gives an off-putting concession speech.
The announcement of Scarlett Johansson's latest role leads the comics to make iffy casting choices.
The comedians try to make sense of bizarre foreign music videos.
The comedians uncover an animated villain who bears an uncanny resemblance to Ted Cruz.
The comedians expand on sex ed videos found online.
Larry poses an uncomfortable question to "The Simpsons" star Hank Azaria.
The comics #BreakupIn5Words, come up with #FirstDraftCartoons and sing #DrunkCarols.
Unable to rally, environmentalists use stand-ins to call world leaders to action on climate change.
The comedians describe early versions of famous cartoons.
The comedians answer questions about action thrillers that use dubious special effects.
Daniel and a feline fetishist bring back a classic cartoon.
The comics describe #AutumnIn3Words and list #HipHopCartoons, #BadTrampStamps and #Pizzalebrities.
The comedians give classic animated programs a hip-hop makeover.
Senator Ted Cruz offers to lend his voice to one of America's most beloved television series.
"Minions" star Jon Hamm makes travel plans with Jon and weighs in on the Women's World Cup.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia goes through a rough patch, so Jon offers him some sympathy.
What storylines have "The Simpsons" failed to cover in its two-plus decades?