Spider-Woman goes on maternity leave, and the "Karate Kid" villain takes a stand against bullying.
Don't listen to the panelists' terrible advice on how to appear open-minded on social media.
The comics listen to a story of friendship lost and found, and guess what jokes China will ban next.
The panelists advise Republican presidential hopefuls while acting as God.
Facebook allows Ricky Velez to keep tabs on the miserable status of his childhood bully.
The panelists suggest progressive catchphrases that Arnold Schwarzenegger can use in daily life.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of a man who posted a series of violent rants on Facebook.
Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter finally gets the news headlines he deserves.
Instagram users can now hashtag emoji, and a misguided Facebook status gets a daycare worker fired.
Hasan Minhaj launches a social media campaign to address political gridlock.
The girls think fast to avoid eating dinner with a couple they can't stand.
Ari Shaffir holds a grudge against a comely classmate for 22 years.
Ben & Jerry's may get a new herbal ingredient, and a man's Facebook comment lands him behind bars.
While living in New York, Giulia Rozzi gets the grossest high-five in the world.
In an ironic turn of events, Fox News suddenly wants President Obama to act more like a Muslim king.
A "Game of Thrones" actor sets a world record, and the panelists list creepy Facebook activities.
It's easy to tell when a girl on Facebook has just gotten out of a relationship.
Anne Hathaway discusses "Song One" and her one-woman show "Grounded."
The arrest of a divisive French comedian calls into question the country's support of free speech.
Facebook gives enough petty insight into people's lives without the posts that the comics list.