The chef behind an asinine how-to video tries his luck on a cooking competition show.
Anthony Anderson asks Larry who would replace him or co-star Tracee Ellis Ross on "Black-ish."
The comedians rock out to historical versions of popular songs.
Jim Gaffigan talks about how his real-life missteps translate into plots on "The Jim Gaffigan Show."
"Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox describes the human rights concerns of trans prisoners.
As Skip Bayless leaves ESPN, Daniel looks back on his history of egregiously wrong opinions.
The panelists discuss Donald Trump's relationship with the African-American community.
John Heilemann and Mark Halperin take a backstage look at the presidential election in "The Circus."
An effort to keep people on the federal no-fly list from purchasing guns draws bipartisan support.
Chef Eddie Huang explains how he established a sense of identity in his book "Double Cup Love."
Chef and "Double Cup Love" author Eddie Huang explains which foods help Americans connect.
The live studio audience turns against Amy in the middle of a sitcom taping.
The panelists talk about the cultural impact of the groundbreaking TV miniseries "Roots."
When Amy meets a fishy character in a chat room, the "Katfish" guys take on the case.
The panelists create comic book versions of TV shows.
Robert Kirkman drops a major "The Walking Dead" spoiler.
Katie Couric examines the struggle to enact common-sense firearm safety in her film "Under the Gun."
The comedians prove how resilient the Muppets can be after their series gets canceled.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" star Rose Byrne chats about the ups and downs of playing a non-mutant.
Larry determines which of three reality TV personalities would make the best American politician.