The comics describe #AutumnIn3Words and list #HipHopCartoons, #BadTrampStamps and #Pizzalebrities.
The comics check out a pint-sized pope and list hipster trends that have nasty side effects.
The contestants summarize the fall season in just three words.
The comics write an Oscar acceptance speech for Matthew McConaughey's beer-guzzling brother.
The panelists investigate the stories behind forgotten MySpace and Friendster posts.
The panelists write bios for a series of spam Twitter accounts.
The boss has very specific rules about who can and can't eat the bagels at a work meeting.
When it came to The Daily Show's guests, Jon was always very hands-on.
The comics list #BadSharkTankPitches, #RuinAThriller, #SupervillainCelebs and wave #JonVoyage.
Chris Christie, Hillary Clinton, Lindsey Graham and many of Jon's other top targets say goodbye.
The comics imitate a drunken kid smooth-talking his way out of parental punishment.
The best "Shark Tank" pitches are shrewd and marketable, but these comedians' ideas are neither.
The comics taunt a hitchhiking robot and list unfortunate products backed by celebrities.
The comics recall the very worst jobs they've ever had.
The panelists guess the sexual proclivities of a group of fathers.
The comedians come up with #MoreAccurateMascots, #BabyRappers, #BiggerStars and #ElderlyTVShows.
The comedians take a stand against censoring nipples.
What have a lively lounge act and an epicurean singing duo done since appearing on public access TV?
The comedians give celebrities' names a sizeable upgrade.
Does a devoted hip-hop fan have a Drake forehead tattoo or Salt-N-Pepa eyelid ink?