The panelists examine teacher-student sexual affairs with the help of impressions by Kevin Pollak.
A bikini-clad grandmother gets a DUI, and Chris celebrates YouTube's 10th anniversary.
Tags: rapid refresh, local news team, florida, drunk, driving, lookin' good, family, youtube, anniversaries, animals, zoos, internet, cats, kerri kenney-silver, jason sklar, randy sklar, sklar brothers, senior citizens
Actor and comedian Jeff Garlin offers Jon a part on his show "The Goldbergs."
Jon tries to determine if Jeff Garlin's cap would pass for a yarmulke.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, jeff garlin, tv, fashion, lookin' good, jewish, religion, exercise, marijuana, drugs, terminations and resignations, improv, work/office, friends, phones, bruce springsteen, the flintstones, audience interaction, sofia vergara
The comics guess which music festivals some boisterous youths and a dancing butterfly are attending.
A Reddit user's terrible Pokemon tattoo gets its own big-screen adaptation.
Before starring on "Mad Men," did Jon Hamm appear on "Pacific Blue" or a 90s dating show?
After reading a YouTube comment, the comics guess whether the video features a fat boy or rat boy.
Bassem Youssef breaks down Middle Eastern violence in terms that Americans can understand.
Tags: bassem youssef, middle east, yemen, wars, violence, shia, sunni, al qaeda, iran, saudi arabia, international affairs, trevor noah, egypt, africa, isis, chuck norris, iraq, islamic, terrorism, march madness, audience interaction, military, lookin' good, work/office
The Beastie Boys' Adam Horovitz finds out what it's like to sit behind the news desk.
Tags: interviews, exclusives, extended interviews, adam horovitz, movies, the daily show, work/office, lookin' good, jewish, new york city, new york mets, mtv, history, flashbacks, coffee, shopping, music, songs, friends, gifts & presents, audience guy carl, audience interaction, penises, jeopardy, bridget everett, fashion, facial hair, advertising, wendy's, phones
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