Past and present members of The Best F#@king News Team Ever join Jon for his final episode.
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Jon responds to fans' tweets about his favorite guests and his mysterious on-air doodles.
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Tom Ruprecht sits down with "Ash vs. Evil Dead" star Lucy Lawless and an unamused Judah Friedlander.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump defends his fans to John McCain.
A local news anchor misreads a tweet about a questionable 90s craze.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio uses Jay Z lyrics to convey his feelings.
Famous impressionist Jon Culshaw gives his take on Ed Miliband and David Cameron.
Jon confesses his gang loyalty, and a local news team discovers how dirty beards are.
Larry Wilmore shares his cinematic weekend plans, and CNN has curious editorial priorities.
Larry Wilmore is pumped about Jon's final show, and Ted Cruz paints a grim picture of the 2016 race.
Fox News's Brit Hume considers the reason behind Newt Gingrich's popularity at the polls.
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Bees interrupt President Obama's reading of "Where the Wild Things Are" at the Easter Egg Roll.
Larry Wilmore discovers racism still exists, and San Francisco seeks a way to stop public peeing.
Jon pilfers Larry Wilmore's March Madness bracket, and Senator Ted Cruz scares a young child.
Larry Wilmore asks if he's a hypocrite, and Harry Truman remarks on the Selma, AL, march.
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Larry Wilmore turns down Jon's help, and the show honors Leonard Nimoy's legacy.
Larry Wilmore gets bad news, and Senator Lindsey Graham lists groups that should fear ISIS's wrath.
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