The comedians explain how Mark Zuckerberg wards off potential hackers.
Critics complain that Facebook staffers suppress stories written from a conservative perspective.
The panelists weigh in on critics' allegations that Facebook promotes an anti-conservative slant.
Republicans finally start to accept Donald Trump as the GOP presidential nominee.
After Donald Trump wins the New York GOP primary, Ted Cruz gives an off-putting concession speech.
The panelists weigh in on the game-changing effects that social media has had on the world.
"Writing My Wrongs" author Shaka Senghor weighs in on the need for prison reform in the U.S.
Vertical videos square off against spoilers in a battle of technological annoyances.
The comics present Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland with pressing social media court cases.
Mitt Romney disavows Donald Trump, and Trevor unpacks the political history of U.S. racism.
Apple CEO Tim Cook refuses to unlock the iPhone of a terrorism suspect for the FBI.
The comics express safety concerns for passengers on Rob Gronkowski's party cruise.
The comics name #MOOvies, list #BeforeFacebookI, #BadKickstarterIn5Words and #BetterHalftimeShows.
To celebrate Facebook's 12th anniversary, the comedians reminisce about life before the site began.
The comedians launch an in-depth investigation into a California bull semen heist.
The contestants use Facebook to disprove common misconceptions about comedians.
A police officer in St. Paul, MN, encourages drivers to run over black protesters.
The panelists talk about robotic cops, crumbling cell phone etiquette and social media fixation.
Jordan Klepper sends a care package to an Oregon militia in need of supplies.
The panelists weigh in on life in the social media age and the online popularity of fight videos.