Bill O'Reilly defends Megyn Kelly, and the Germans open a new front in the Christmas culture war.
Chris D'Elia is scared of Germans and hates British heist movies.
Mitt Romney empathizes with banks, and Newt Gingrich unveils his bold lunar plan.
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Carrie Rebora Barratt shares a famous painting from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's American wing.
Siri earns her conservative cred by being a pro-life xenophobe.
Tags: iphone, conservative, technology, apple, abortion, new york city, laura ingraham, herman cain, scandals, adultery, candidates, immigration, impressions, scottish, german, mexican, spanish, discrimination, international affairs, royalty, british
The deficit reduction super committee struggles to reach an agreement as their deadline nears.
Tags: congress, government, debt, economy, laws, mongering, doomsday, german, john kerry, superheroes, animation, penises, oral sex, balls, food, business, school, kids, health, movies, apocalypse/doomsday
Media coverage of the Herman Cain scandal continues, and Nathan Wolfe talks pandemics.
Jon and the correspondents discover bears and clam-shankers.
Tags: on topic, exclusives, mashups, international affairs, europe, italy, england, belgium, france, germany, russia, ethnic, french, italian, german, stereotypes, brussels, translations, jason jones, ed helms, costumes, olivia munn, john oliver, on location, u.k.
Jason Jones, Samantha Bee and Wyatt Cenac analyze public sentiment toward Congress.
Tags: jason jones, samantha bee, wyatt cenac, congress, german, performances, dancing, costumes, the best f#@king news team ever, death, senior citizens, poop & pee, government, polls, translations, monkeys
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