The comedians guess what unfortunate events are about to befall unsuspecting reporters.
The comics name a few of Taylor Swift's more obscure awards and watch a snake attack a drone.
Ron Funches explains why he's glad that professional wrestling is fake.
Ricky Velez reluctantly gets in touch with his roots at New York City's Puerto Rican Day parade.
Trips around the world are completely wasted on Nate Bargatze.
Does Barcroft TV feature a video of a woman who treats men like kids or works as an armpit model?
The comedians alter a provocative lyric from Sir Mix-A-Lot's song "Baby Got Back."
Viewers lash out at a Discovery Channel host for choosing not to be devoured by an anaconda.
Stephen figures out who really writes the laws in Washington.
Stephen pulls a variety of objects and living things out from under his news desk.
The comics write sales pitches for movies that feature a devilish beast and an intrusive snake.
No child would want to see any of the kids' movies that the comedians list.
The comedians guess whether excited YouTubers are unboxing a WrestleMania doll or a live snake.
The guys' plan to eliminate a competing kids' entertainer from the game has unintended consequences.
The guys try to take back a children's party from a competing entertainer.
Cable news reintroduces a classic series, and Chris Fischer researches sharks.
Being the symbol for evil since the beginning of time seems like a bit of a red flag.
Real life is more gruesome than "Street Fighter."
Nobody wants to think about death at a birthday party.
Daniel vets a potential host of his future spinoff.