The comedians list sci-fi versions of famous musical acts.
King Geek Stephen celebrates everything from "The Lord of the Rings" to "Dungeons & Dragons"
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan expands on the plot and themes of his epic sci-fi movie "Interstellar."
Diehard "Star Wars" fans take issue with the latest version of the Jedi lightsaber.
A drone video features aerial shots of people having sex, and Elon Musk warns of a high-tech threat.
Republicans take a timely approach to climate change, and author Steven Johnson visits The Report.
Stephen finds a sci-fi solution to the problem of voter apathy in America.
Artie Lange's elderly friend Tony gives him a unique synopsis of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
Kurt Braunohler finds out that sleepwalking and time traveling feel exactly the same.
Samantha Bee explains how the U.S. Senate's midterm elections attack ads would appear to aliens.
The fantasy genre enjoys unprecedented mainstream success, generating billions of dollars worldwide.
Stephen pays an incognito visit to Comic-Con disguised as the esteemed Prince Hawkcat.
Stephen aggressively promotes his fantasy films to the Comic-Con crowd.
"What If?" author Randall Munroe talks about using science to answer bizarre hypothetical questions.
Republican candidates square off in the Kansas and Kentucky primaries.
The comics list #DogMovies, #SexyBaseball players, #NewSyfyOriginals and #BadHogwartsClasses.
The comedians give the Syfy network some ideas for new original movies.
Stephen steals the show at Comic-Con, and Daniel Radcliffe reveals his favorite post-sex snack.
A group of friends convinces one of their own that his Nikes make him a better jumper.
The comics #RuinANurseryRhyme and list #NaughtyComicBooks, #WorseCollegeClasses and #LameMonsters.