The comics use the police officer, turtle and shrimp tempura emoji to tell strange stories.
Cheating allegations against the New England Patriots inspire a series of gratuitous ball jokes.
Al Madrigal gets to the bottom of a bridge conspiracy and America tries to export Piers Morgan.
"Wheelmen" authors Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O'Connell discuss Lance Armstrong's doping scandal.
Judge Johnny considers the Lance Armstrong case.
Beyonce lip-syncs the national anthem and Charlie Sheen is fired from Two and a Half Men.
Companies make Super Bowl ad teaser ads, and Baltimore's Ray Lewis denies using deer antler spray.
The panel reacts to Lance Armstrong's admission that he took performance-enhancing drugs.
Security around Oprah's explosive interview with Lance is tighter than his bike shorts.
Aasif Mandvi accuses Lance Armstrong of using lie-enhancing drugs.
Lance Armstrong confesses to Oprah Winfrey.
What's Lance Armstrong on?
Lewis Black links Lance Armstrong's doping to fraternity "butt chugging" in Tennessee.
Daniel shows off his own mini bike.
Runner's World jumps on Paul Ryan's claim that he ran a marathon in under three hours.
Matt Long talks about being run over by a bus and how he triumphed over his injuries.