An aging football coach has trouble connecting with his team.
The panelists cram an incredible amount of anxiety into five words.
Achmed the Dead Terrorist sometimes gets mistaken for a celebrity when he's visiting L.A.
Joe List has figured out a way to cope with his anxiety that doesn't actually involve meditation.
Jordan Klepper tries to spin Illinois's budget woes into a feel-good story.
The panelists discuss a persecution complex suffered by members of the wealthiest one percent.
Hired therapists compare the vilification of super-rich citizens to racism.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer shames presidential hopeful Lincoln Chafee with some classic bully moves.
Larry gives a step-by-step analysis of how the media evades the issue of gun control.
The panel weighs in on the media coverage of mass shootings and suggests Second Amendment updates.
Jessica Williams shows Trevor how to save time while covering recurrent national tragedies.
A young man's casual attitude toward his gun makes his neighbors nervous.
Forrest's imaginary friend must choose between Forrest and another inmate.
A move to allow co-ed combat troops reignites a debate about the role of women in the U.S. military.
The panelists raise a glass to the good times they're having at an upscale Taco Bell cantina.
For anxiety-ridden Ricky Velez, every day is a struggle to keep the walls from closing in.
Hampton Yount explains why losing 100 pounds didn't change his life in the way most people expect.
The panelists debate whether kids should be awarded trophies simply for participating in sports.
Republican presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and Chris Christie struggle to out-crazy Donald Trump.
Larry poses hypothetical questions about a glitchy time machine and an embarrassing sight gag.