The panelists weigh in on why Donald Trump's inflammatory political speech works in his favor.
Donald Trump has a realization about his fans, and Barbara Bush half-heartedly defends Jeb Bush.
Jessica Williams reviews a campaign ad on border control from presidential contender Ted Cruz.
The comics write Jeb Bush vulgar campaign slogans and invent warnings for Ted Cruz's app.
Jeb Bush rolls out a handy new campaign slogan as he falls to fifth place in presidential polls.
The comedians pitch episode ideas for a sitcom about Jeb Bush.
Roy Wood Jr. joins in on the festivities at the Justice or Else rally in Washington, D.C.
The comics imagine the future plans of a sinister CEO and come up with a new Volkswagen slogan.
Dr. Ben Carson soars to second place behind Donald Trump in Republican presidential polls.
The comics reinvent Arnold Schwarzenegger phrases for him to use as host of "Celebrity Apprentice."
The comics help Subway's P.R. team come up with new company slogans.
Daunasia Yancey and Julius Jones explain what they hope to achieve via Black Lives Matter activism.
Donald Trump invites kids into his private helicopter at the Iowa State Fair.
Carlos Jordanson feigns enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton's unexciting presidential campaign.
Professional wrestler Seth Rollins pays homage to Jon and his loyalty to show sponsors.
Donald Trump loses major business partners in the wake of his inflammatory comments about Mexicans.
The comics write new campaign slogans for Donald Trump and work on their Nicolas Cage impressions.
The comedians slur a new state slogan befitting Wisconsin's title as America's most plastered state.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump reinvents a familiar campaign slogan.
The comics list #MyCampaignIn3Words, #Trumplebrags, #BadYearbookMessages and who #MyDreamDadIs.