The comedians reveal facts about the universe that won't be published in any scientific journal.
Two ambitious astronauts discuss their plan to bring America's most infamous institution to Mars.
Rush Limbaugh dismisses NASA's claim that water exists on Mars as part of a vast leftist conspiracy.
Bill Nye faces stubborn indifference as he makes a passionate case for learning more about Mars.
Roy Wood Jr. isn't psyched about NASA's planned missions to Mars.
The comics list animals destined to go viral and commemorate the doomsday-signaling Blood Moon.
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin encourages young viewers to put on their pants and get out of the house.
"Welcome to Mars" author Buzz Aldrin chats about reigniting America's enthusiasm for space travel.
Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson investigate a strange noise coming from the cosmos.
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders faces angry protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement.
We're not alone in the universe, and the comedians have the alien messages to prove it.
The comics guess what Mission Control said after watching a rocket explode en route to space.
The comedians name space-themed pornography.
The FDA gives the green light to a medication aimed at increasing sexual desire in women.
Bill Nye explores several cases in which the universe speaks to individuals.
Morgan Freeman travels back in time to chat about America's future and "Through the Wormhole."
Nate Bargatze suspects that scientists are just making stuff up.
A rich pastor begs for a space shuttle, and the Senate confirms Loretta Lynch as Attorney General.
A millionaire pastor sets his sights on Mars, and high school teachers hook up with their students.
Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why colonizing Mars isn't going to be as easy as people think.