Season 1 - Aired: 07/25/2016 | Views: 59
James dives deep into the world of hustling and tips his hat to famous trap queens.
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Roy Wood Jr. talks about the noises in New York City, shares his uncle's outdated relationship advice and explains some of the modern struggles of being black in America.
"But What If We're Wrong?" author Chuck Klosterman questions fundamental knowledge.
Cynthia Erivo chats about performing a song from "The Color Purple" in front of Oprah Winfrey.
Cynthia Erivo talks about running a half marathon before two performances of "The Color Purple."
The panelists discuss how "Hamilton" kept women from being honored on the front of the $10 bill.
"Writing My Wrongs" author Shaka Senghor weighs in on the need for prison reform in the U.S.
#FlatLarry makes the rounds on Twitter, and a website mistakes Whoopi Goldberg for Oprah Winfrey.
The panelists weigh in on Chris Rock's smackdown of the diversity-challenged Academy Awards.
Using Tinder, the comedians swipe left or right on photos of celebrity singles.
The comics list awful products that Oprah could sell using her impeccable business skills.
In honor of Ask a Stupid Question Day, the comics do exactly that.
Jon demonstrates how a handful of voices can be used to impersonate almost anyone.
The panelists discuss Marco Perego's decision to take his wife Zoe Saldana's last name.
The Nightly Show's white guy Jack insists that Baltimore's protests are full of black celebrities.
Larry takes a look at the sudden rise in diversity among comic book superheroes.
"Run All Night" star Common reflects on the state of racism in the U.S.
Larry poses questions about bigotry, peace in the Middle East and Oprah Winfrey's wrath.
The Oscar nominations snub non-white people, and Oprah Winfrey marches in Selma, Alabama.
Al Sharpton reacts to the all-white Oscar nominations, and Larry examines recent black protests.