Larry asks the panelists about time-traveling heroism and notable action heroes.
The comics reinvent Arnold Schwarzenegger phrases for him to use as host of "Celebrity Apprentice."
Jon demonstrates how a handful of voices can be used to impersonate almost anyone.
The panelists suggest progressive catchphrases that Arnold Schwarzenegger can use in daily life.
Hillary Clinton gets a new campaign jam, and a man accuses his ex of sleeping with the Wu-Tang Clan.
Does a Japanese ad feature a humming Hulk Hogan or a guitar-wielding zebra with Bea Arthur's head?
Watching The Daily Show is a natural aphrodisiac.
Politicians stop by the show to discuss the important issues with Jon.
As governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger considered himself a servant of the people not the party.
Rather than attempting time travel, Arnold Schwarzenegger uses his memoir to face the past.
Arnold Schwarzenegger argues for a more creative way to reduce the national debt.
In his memoir "Total Recall," Arnold Schwarzenegger recounts his successes and failures.
Jessica Biel confirms "Total Recall" costar Colin Farrell is shorter than Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Navy Seals assassinate Osama bin Laden, and the Rally to Restore Fear and/or Sanity earns Emmy nods.
Aries Spears gets upset when he hears what some actors get paid.
This summer Arnold Schwarzenegger will need a little help from his friends.
Pablo Francisco demonstrates how Arnold Schwarzenegger would act in "Brokeback Mountain 2."
The Supreme Court rules against restricting the sale of violent video games to minors.
Stephen has more important things to talk about than Arnold Schwarzenegger's illegitimate child.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's sex scandal distracts Jon from immigration policy.