Nikki and her friends marvel at a song about the aphrodisiac power of football.
The panelists weigh in on Mattel's line of Barbie dolls that come in tall, curvy and petite sizes.
The comedians elaborate on videos of parents performing awkward rap parodies.
The comedians list the incentives that companies can offer to reel in voters.
Chris's words come back to haunt him, and the comedians play along.
The water crisis in Flint, MI, emerges as a case study in government incompetence and neglect.
The Zika virus affects North America and South America in drastically different ways.
Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani discusses the need for more women in the tech industry.
The panelists react to the news that Michael Jackson will be played by a white actor in a TV movie.
The panelists provide their own voiceovers for bizarre scenes from infomercials.
Sen. Ted Cruz limits his bottled water donations to Flint, MI, residents who oppose abortion rights.
Donald Trump has a realization about his fans, and Barbara Bush half-heartedly defends Jeb Bush.
The panelists qualify the messages on vintage children's motivational posters.
Natasha Leggero does a set from the L.A. sidewalk while walking her dog.
Scientists have discovered evidence of a new planet, so the comedians give it a proper name.
A controversial children's book draws outrage for its depiction of smiling, happy-go-lucky slaves.
Relying on an online symptom checker, the comics diagnose sick individuals.
The contestants come up with taglines for shoddy knockoff toys.
President Obama sets a lofty goal for Vice President Joe Biden during his last State of the Union.
The comedians predict the fates of unsuspecting children.