The panelists share examples of 911 calls made by geeks.
"Love" star Gillian Jacobs explains why she prefers working on a Netflix series to an NBC show.
Judd Apatow discusses the casting of his movie "Trainwreck."
Larry asks Judd Apatow, 50 Cent and Rachel Feinstein to identify a walking disaster in their lives.
The panelists discuss the rape allegations against Bill Cosby in light of his 2005 court deposition.
Judd Apatow, 50 Cent and Rachel Feinstein share their theories on why people cheat on their spouses.
Filmmaker Judd Apatow talks about his book "Sick in the Head" and his movie "Trainwreck."
Judd Apatow describes the process of profiling comedians for his book "Sick in the Head."
Judd Apatow offers up a chance for you to make him your directing bitch.
Stephen explains why Paul Rudd is a contender for the nicest person on the planet.
The comedians of the Improv recall some of their earliest jokes.
All Keenen Ivory Wayans needed to know about the Improv was that it's where Richard Pryor started.
Chris asks the comedians to create strange new Netflix categories.
Brody recounts some memorable moments from his acting career.
The comedians create names of websites that do not sound like good places to visit.
The comedians create headlines for the OkCupid profile of an alleged drug cartel member.
The guests figure out whether The Iron Sheik loves or hates a classic 90s band.
Have you ever googled "Emma Watson's feet"?
The contestants complete confessions that use the Confession Bear meme.
Seth Rogen primes James Franco for the ego destruction to come.