Brian Regan realizes that he has nutrition totally backwards.
ISIS continues to sustain a booming economy, which is partially due to American art collectors.
A little Russian boy tries to cover his tracks after pooping in a supermarket aisle.
The comics list the lame "Star Wars" merch that stayed on the shelves during Force Friday.
Michelle Buteau's brother-in-law's accidentally racist name gets her in trouble in Florida.
Follow Mike Yard's tips to have the best school year ever.
The panelists examine whether Amazon's allegedly toxic work environment is a necessary evil.
A New York Times article paints a bleak portrait of the workplace environment at Amazon.
The panelists weigh in on Target's plan to remove gender-based signage from its shopping aisles.
Target's toy sections become gender-neutral, and a Lowe's customer rejects a black delivery driver.
Hannibal Buress explains why he decided to buy his eye-catching shirt.
The panelists imagine voiceovers that would accompany hacky infomercial scenes.
A toy gun complains about the New York law forcing it to be brightly colored.
New York State strikes a deal with retailers to stop the sale of authentic-looking toy guns.
The comics taunt a hitchhiking robot and list unfortunate products backed by celebrities.
The comedians tie together a few seemingly random Amazon purchases.
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After noticing that everyone around him seems to have developed a weed habit, David decides to give smoking pot a try.
Andy Daly reads a poem written by his character, a cowboy poet who is hypervigilant about monsters.
The comedians warn drugstore customers about the passed-out drunk guy in aisle two.
Jon suggests a new symbol for the South to use to represent southern pride.