The comics list #PrisonBooks, #HungryGames, #SexyHolidays and evoke #ThanksgivingIn5Words.
Tags: arden myrin, doug benson, kevin allison, hashtag wars, books, prison, literary references, russia, crime, violence, sex, history, food, toys & games, noel wells, heather anne campbell, derek waters, fast food, junk food, movies, video games, the hunger games, kelly oxford, michael shannon, holidays, oral sex, thanksgiving, christmas, hannukah, santa claus, family, fights, elections, drugs, masturbation, alcohol
The contestants come up with in-store announcements that shoppers might hear on Black Friday.
Bugsy Siegel calls down the wrath of the mafia thanks to his mismanagement of the Flamingo casino.
The panelists criminalize famous book titles in honor of Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment."
Larry tackles Fox News's fear-mongering with the help of his favorite grain-based casual eatery.
By abolishing the death penalty, Nebraska may be opening itself up to murder tourism.
Desi Lydic finds out that the pro-death penalty debate is about more than just deterring crime.
Speaking as a toddler drug kingpin, the comics make a demand to their cartel.
The panelists discuss outrageous Halloween costumes that obliterate the boundaries of good taste.
Tags: mike yard, ana kasparian, bob saget, panel, halloween, holidays, costumes, bill cosby, caitlyn jenner, nazi, kids, sexual assault, crime, drugs, osama bin laden, adolf hitler, african american, white people, controversies
The Justice Department's release of 6,000 federal prisoners evokes a paranoid reaction from Larry.
Tags: mike yard, holly walker, jordan carlos, prison, crime, drugs, barack obama, under the desk, violence, african american, discrimination, police business, marijuana, cocaine, legalization, colorado, laws, sex
Rand Paul gets advice on how to trade insults with fellow presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
Tags: soul food sit-down, rand paul, candidates, elections, campaigns, indecision, food, donald trump, insults, debates, republicans, ben carson, doctors, guns, second amendment, laws, slavery, african american, crime, drugs, alcohol, keep it 100, primaries, impressions
Violent crime is on the rise, and cops are uncomfortable with the increase in public scrutiny.
The comics imagine how Republicans will shape future debates and define the crime of "open buring."
Los Angeles's first judge sets out to tame the Wild West.
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