Larry can't contain his excitement about the trailer for the new film in the "Star Wars" franchise.
Racist "Star Wars" fans start the hashtag #BoycottStarWarsVII to protest the film's diversity.
The contestants give a tour of Chernobyl and its potentially mutated wildlife.
The comics list #MarriageAdviceIn3Words, #BadMovieMashups, #SexyStarWars puns and #OppositeDay.
The contestants pull back the space-opera veneer of "Star Wars" to find the sensuality within.
Director J.J. Abrams discuses "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" and "Star Wars: Episode VII."
Soul Daddy envisions a utopian future marked by a 45-minute workday and hot robot sex.
The comedians name space-themed pornography.
The comics discover bizarre video games, and Chris presents a "Full House"/"Mortal Kombat" mashup.
Producer Brian Grazer discusses his book "A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life."
Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why colonizing Mars isn't going to be as easy as people think.
Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the type of superhero that he dreamed of being when he was a kid.
The comedians play F**k/Marry/Kill with some upcoming blockbuster films.
An @midnight correspondent grills sci-fi fans on their favorite "Star Wars" characters.
Daniel makes a case for why he should be Scientology's next spokesperson.
ISIS takes over a "Star Wars" set, and a disgruntled McDonald's customer resorts to gun violence.
The Chevy Malibu narcs on teen drivers, and Chris helps bring back "The X-Files."
Rick Scott outlaws the term "climate change," and a university releases a list of unwelcome words.
The panelists discuss the obstacles that hinder women from rising to positions of power in the U.S.
"Chappie" star Sigourney Weaver looks forward to a future involving artificial intelligence.