Jon demonstrates how a handful of voices can be used to impersonate almost anyone.
Tags: exclusives, a look back, montages, glenn beck, mitch mcconnell, ronald reagan, charles schumer, rick perry, barack obama, george w. bush, lindsey graham, joe lieberman, andrew dice clay, donald trump, dick cheney, charlie rangel, bill clinton, arnold schwarzenegger, oprah winfrey, michael bloomberg, joe biden, sarah palin, bill cosby, richard nixon, ted kennedy, john mccain, impressions, uncensored
The Nightly Show's white guy Jack insists that Baltimore's protests are full of black celebrities.
"Run All Night" star Common reflects on the state of racism in the U.S.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, common, movies, the oscars, awards, oprah winfrey, history, civil rights, education, racism, african american, songs, white people, america, slavery, discrimination, peace, dating, liam neeson, violence, gangs, fights
Larry poses questions about bigotry, peace in the Middle East and Oprah Winfrey's wrath.
Tags: michael mckean, kimberly dozier, negin farsad, wes moore, keep it 100, panel, challenges, audience interaction, discrimination, islamic, sexism, middle east, peace, wolf blitzer, isis, oprah winfrey, tv, murder, friends
Al Sharpton reacts to the all-white Oscar nominations, and Larry examines recent black protests.
Tags: movies, african american, diversity, white people, al sharpton, ghostbusters, dieting, health, martin luther king jr., protests, police business, global warming, environment, pollution, china, fast food, labor, harry potter, florida, oprah winfrey, civil rights, kobe bryant, guns, the oscars
Jon and Bill O'Reilly debate whether white privilege is a factor in success in America.
Tags: interviews, bill o'reilly, books, tv, racism, discrimination, african american, white people, asian american, history, slavery, america, drugs, real estate, neighborhoods, ethics, poverty, wealth, education, statistics, immigration, the o'reilly factor, fox news, rosewater, movies, adolf hitler, facial hair, oprah winfrey, megyn kelly, sexism, audience interaction, extended interviews, exclusives
The comics write news headlines for a bold video bomb and a surprise chicken attack.
The U.S. attempts to spread peace to the Middle East, one weapon at a time.
Tags: lookin' good, middle east, wars, violence, israel, hamas, security, safety, international affairs, peace, democracy, iraq war, missiles, weapons, bombs, military, terrorism, qatar, immigration, borders, gifts & presents, oprah winfrey
The comics evaluate the cuteness of animal pictures and find out the meaning of "hoints."
The comedians guess what a Super Bowl teaser commercial is advertising.
Stephen begins his manly celebration of Ernest Hemingway by surrounding himself with dead animals.
The comedians figure out what was the most expensive item sold at Oprah's yard sale.
Either MTV booked J.D. Salinger for the VMAs, or he died in 2010.
Anthony reveals which celebrities swung for the fashion fences and parked one in the style section.
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