When Daniel Tosh goes to a Mexican restaurant, there's one question he doesn't want to be asked.
The comics explain their feelings via GIFs of emotional sports fans.
The guys debut their dangerous new sport, which combines rollerblading and skateboarding.
The comedians lend an ear to professional athletes who are testing out their musical chops.
Not all red carpets -- just the celebrity kind.
Mike Yard tries his hand at ice hockey with the help of New York Islanders player Cal Clutterbuck.
Larry will think twice before cutting another Mike Yard segment.
Notably good-looking Justin Trudeau is elected Canadian prime minister.
Rad makes a mess of a murder scene.
Donald Trump announces his presidential candidacy, and Larry dubs it a gift from the comedy gods.
If you've just won the Stanley Cup and are deciding what to do with it, these comedians have ideas.
Megyn Kelly's comment about a black victim of police violence compels Mike Yard to become a saint.
Viacheslav Fetisov recalls a memorable parade following his Detroit Red Wings Stanley Cup win.
Viacheslav Fetisov recalls playing for one of the best hockey teams in history in "Red Army."
The comics find out about an aggressive Family Dollar employee and a destructive hockey dad.
Did former Chicago Bull Scottie Pippen sell bail bonds or party subs in an awful local commercial?
A bankrupt Detroit shuts off water to many of its residents in an effort to collect on unpaid bills.
When ESPN rips off Tosh.0, Daniel gets even by ripping off "Sport Science."
A Canadian crooner gets some new names after taking an embarrassing fall.
The Vancouver Canucks' anthem singer Mark Donnelly wipes out during a performance of "O Canada."