The comedians puzzle over presidential candidate Andrew Basiago's Mars teleportation claims.
America rings in the 4th of July with achievements in space exploration and competitive eating.
When Jeff agrees to go to a John Mayer concert with his crush, the aliens get very upset.
Nikki stumps a strip club patron and Nick Swardson brings something extra to his family reunion.
Stephen Hawking spearheads a plan to send robotic emissaries to Earth's nearest star system.
Bill Nye the Science Guy offers sage advice on how to deal with Internet haters.
The comics name #NSFWShows, #FastFoodBooks, #GreetTheAliensIn5Words and detail #SingleLifeIn5Words.
The comedians show hospitality to extraterrestrials using only five words.
North Korea's upcoming satellite launch raises global concerns about a potential nuclear standoff.
Chris's words come back to haunt him, and the comedians play along.
The panelists describe the unlikely behaviors of A-listers on Opposite Day.
The comedians delve into #SexyScience, #5WordConspiracies, #FishHipHop and #GuyFieriMovies.
The comedians pay tribute to Buzz Aldrin on his birthday with bad moon landing catchphrases.
An astrophysicist describes the cosmic effects of Sarah Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump.
Scientists have discovered evidence of a new planet, so the comedians give it a proper name.
The comedians bring out the sensual side of science.
The comedians apply to be astronauts with NASA.
Cosmonaut Alexey Leonov becomes the first man to float in outer space.
Wernher Von Braun helps pioneer American rocket science despite his onetime Nazi affiliations.
Bill Prinsell describes the surreal experience of working at Abercrombie & Fitch.