Campaign spending for the election could reach $5 billion, thanks to a handful of wealthy donors.
The panelists give their take on which GOP presidential candidates should drop out of the race.
Ben Carson shows off his ability to debate with his eyes shut, and Marco Rubio trashes philosophers.
The comics title Jeb Bush's next hip e-book and pose a question to a more relatable Marco Rubio.
The panelists discuss the populist appeal of presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
The comedians wonder what presidential candidates' fragrance lines would smell like if they existed.
The comics invent policies for Bernie Sanders and learn about Donald Trump's gift to Marco Rubio.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton knows how to win over the youth vote with dick jokes.
A room full of Republicans cheers after learning that House Speaker John Boehner is stepping down.
The panelists talk about Donald Trump's condescending praise for Carly Fiorina at the GOP debate.
Mike Yard and Ricky Velez weigh in on the eclectic group of 2016 presidential hopefuls.
The comedians read Carly Fiorina's TSA review and spin Marco Rubio's football disaster.
The comics study pseudoscience with Marco Rubio and design Hillary Clinton bumper stickers.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of Obamacare, sparking outrage among Republicans.
The New York Times scrutinizes Senator Marco Rubio's non-scandalous traffic and spending history.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio uses Jay Z lyrics to convey his feelings.
Republican presidential candidates head to Iowa for Joni Ernst's motorcycle and barbeque rally.
An unexpected conservative presidential candidate garners Al Madrigal's nod for the Latino vote.
GOP presidential candidates strive to seem at least slightly tolerant of marriage equality.
Senator Marco Rubio announces his plan to run for president, but the media is focused elsewhere.