Trevor examines the police shooting of an unarmed black therapist who was trying to help a patient.
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Aparna Nancherla deconstructs everyday life in New York City, from battling seasonal extremes to struggling through eternal singlehood.
Rape survivor Brenda Tracy recounts the horror of her attack and describes her path forward.
"Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox describes the human rights concerns of trans prisoners.
Albert and Beatrice debate the risks and merits of allowing hatchets in the manor.
Larry chats with sketchy officials in charge of the scandal-plagued police force in Oakland, CA.
Miss USA Deshauna Barber explains why she wants to bring attention to veterans with PTSD.
Dan Soder explains why he quit smoking (even though he still thinks it looks very cool).
"The Sleep Revolution" author Arianna Huffington names politicians who might need a mental respite.
"The Sleep Revolution" author Arianna Huffington stresses the importance of mental breaks.
A happy run-in between Hasan and Ellie Kemper turns dark quickly.
Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper weigh in on when race jokes are appropriate.
Steve Simeone reveals how he learned not to judge other people.
Moshe Kasher remembers his wayward teen years as a wannabe gangster in Oakland, CA.
The comedians name businesses found on a road with an unfortunate name.
Neal Brennan chats about presenting different personas in his one-man show "3 Mics."
Neal Brennan describes his various depression treatments and his live one-man show "3 Mics."
Ari Shaffir and Mat Edgar reminisce about the time they did mushrooms while camping.
Lilly Singh talks about touring the world for her YouTube documentary "A Trip to Unicorn Island."
Adam, Blake and Ders lament their lack of female companionship, and Jillian finds a dumpster cat.