Daniel channels his inner Ken with a woman who has turned herself into a real-life Barbie.
The panelists weigh in on Mattel's line of Barbie dolls that come in tall, curvy and petite sizes.
Mattel is releasing Barbies with diverse body types, so the comics make the case for Dad Bod Ken.
The comics make announcements to superstitious airplane passengers and their haunted dolls.
The contestants come up with articles that would be published in issues of weird magazines.
Hasan Minhaj examines unorthodox investment strategies that will turn a profit.
The contestants come up with taglines for shoddy knockoff toys.
The comedians predict the fates of unsuspecting children.
Before President Obama gives his last State of the Union, Roy Wood Jr. looks back at past addresses.
After watching weird local commercials, the comics provide the next lines for the outlandish ads.
The TSA places thousands of innocent Americans on the no-fly list, and an elf betrays Santa Claus.
Not even Donald Trump's own supporters can figure out the presidential hopeful's surprising appeal.
The comedians discuss what makes hoverboards so dangerous and Donald Trump's own version of history.
The comics list #PrisonBooks, #HungryGames, #SexyHolidays and evoke #ThanksgivingIn5Words.
The contestants come up with in-store announcements that shoppers might hear on Black Friday.
The comedians list appetizing versions of famous game titles.
Jo Firestone plays a game with the audience as a way to bond over uncomfortable secrets.
The comics write Jeb Bush vulgar campaign slogans and invent warnings for Ted Cruz's app.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump gives an immigration history lesson during the latest GOP debate.
China drops its one-child policy, ending mandatory fines, abortions or sterilization for violators.