A young man's casual attitude toward his gun makes his neighbors nervous.
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.
The panelists debate whether kids should be awarded trophies simply for participating in sports.
Larry poses hypothetical questions about a glitchy time machine and an embarrassing sight gag.
Republican presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz and Chris Christie struggle to out-crazy Donald Trump.
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Rick Perry reacts to a mass shooting at a Louisiana movie theater by calling for even more guns.
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David lands a free counseling session courtesy of Obamacare, but he finds his therapist's office in the last place he expected.
The panelists weigh in on the controversial roadside arrest of Sandra Bland in Texas.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump defends his fans to John McCain.
Richard Lewis reminisces about his early memories of Jon and discusses his new show, "Blunt Talk."
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Comedian Richard Lewis discusses his show "Blunt Talk" and recalls the first time that he met Jon.
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The panelists weigh in on whether the Charleston church shooting meets the definition of terrorism.
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Mark Ruffalo describes his role as a bipolar father in the movie "Infinitely Polar Bear."