Triumph the Insult Comic Dog ponders a potentially dangerous Broadway gig.
The fatal shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald leads to the ouster of Chicago's police chief.
The comics list #OneLetterOffSongs, #NewMuppetPlotlines, #CatHistory events and #NewNFLTeams.
The Muppets launch a new TV show that incenses all the mothers in America.
Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton, Lindsey Graham and many of Jon's other top targets say goodbye.
Five Republican presidential candidates vie for almost $1 billion of the Koch brothers' money.
The comedians decipher an abstract puppet show to help out the Australian kids watching it.
GOP presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina neglects to register a crucial Internet domain name.
A member of the puppet-to-real-boy community weighs in on Bruce Jenner's gender transition.
Daniel raises a hand puppet all by himself.
The panelists learn about unusual college majors that may or may not be worth the tuition.
The comics prepare for a 4/20-friendly game by captioning a fan's photoshopped image of Doug Benson.
The comics list #DogTVShows, describe #RoommatesIn5Words, #MakeASongBritish and #RuinAFairyTale.
After seeing a child's off-color craftwork, the panelists come up with new projects for the youngster.
Does a Russian food blog feature a carved tomato cat or a molded meatloaf Vladimir Putin?
The panelists come up with pooch-inspired television series in honor of the Westminster Dog Show.
Paul F. Tompkins and the puppets of "No, You Shut Up!" pass some important new laws.
The panelists rename kid's shows that feature several upsetting characters.
Martin Short reflects on his life and career in "I Must Say: My Life as a Humble Comedy Legend."
Martin Short wonders about the special effects used during the Super Bowl halftime show.