A Pennsylvania teen wins the Fortnite World Cup, Netflix loses subscribers, and Neal Brennan, Erik Griffin and Whitney Cummings discuss the fate of Instagram likes.
Theo Von, Jen Kirkman and Candice Thompson discuss childless adults at Disney World and guess which stars charge the most for Cameo videos, and Amy Schumer calls in.
Kristen Stewart claims to hear ghosts, Uber lays off hundreds of employees, and Jim Jefferies, Kaley Cuoco and Steve Byrne discuss the drama-filled "Bachelorette" finale.
Dana Carvey, Al Madrigal and Sarah Tiana discuss the fate of Woodstock 50 and the alleged end of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and Carvey shows off his impressions.
Moshe Kasher, Natasha Leggero and Chelsea Peretti discuss like-hunters on Instagram and a "Bachelorette" contestant's new romance, and Tina Fey catches up with David Spade.
Fortune Feimster, Nick Kroll and Ian Edwards discuss a rogue bat on a Spirit Airlines flight and Kylie Jenner's over-the-top gift, and show writer Bobby Miyamoto calls in.
Kevin Nealon, Guy Branum and Christina Pazsitzky discuss Bella Hadid and The Weeknd's split and Channing Tatum's social media hiatus, and Spade checks in with Johnny the PA.
Pete Holmes, Tony Rock and Chelsea Davison discuss Nicolas Cage's bizarre New York Times interview and a farmer's unique proposal, and Spade chats with actor Danny Trejo.
Wayne Brady, Tim Dillon and Lauren Lapkus discuss Caitlyn Jenner's birthday gaffe and an intoxicated flight attendant's arrest, and Spade creates his own diet tea.
Dennis Miller, Jo Koy and Punkie Johnson discuss Alex Rodriguez's robbery and NFL star Jalen Ramsey's intimidation tactics, and comedian Lara Beitz gripes about dating.
Ron Funches, Chris Franjola and Megan Gailey weigh in on Drake's "Abbey Road" tattoo and Mike Tyson's ,000 monthly weed bill, and Jon Lovitz stops by.
Robin Thede, Todd Glass and Josh Wolf discuss Simon Cowell's new look and Conor McGregor's alleged bar fight, and Stassi Schroeder chats about her first attempt at stand-up.
Spade chats with "Barry" cast members Bill Hader, Henry Winkler, D'Arcy Carden and Stephen Root, and Rob Schneider reprises an iconic character from "Saturday Night Live".
Panelists Nikki Glaser, Bert Kreischer and Todd Barry react to an Instagram hoax that duped several celebrities and chat about the latest cast of "Dancing with the Stars".
Sarah Tiana, Thomas Lennon and Arturo Castro discuss colorful developments in the world of Major League Baseball, and Mumford & Sons interviews to become Spade's house band.
Jon Lovitz, Lauren Sivan and Pete Holmes discuss Kendall Jenner's Fyre Festival lawsuit and a Catholic school's "Harry Potter" ban, and Chelsea Davison chats about the Emmys.
Cocaine washes up on a beach in Florida, Heidi Klum gets an odd birthday gift, and Steve Rannazzisi, Kyle Dunnigan and Margaret Cho discuss Ariana Grande's Forever 21 lawsuit.
Anthony Jeselnik, J.B. Smoove and Annie Lederman weigh in on drag queen Farrah Moan's beef with Ariana Grande and a sexy pollution film, and NBA star Nick Young does stand-up.
Bhad Bhabie, Donnell Rawlings and Guy Branum discuss Lindsay Lohan's return to music and Nicki Minaj's retirement, and Spade goes behind-the-scenes on "Bachelor in Paradise".
Jay Leno, Natasha Leggero and Norm Macdonald discuss self-driving cars and offer Spade advice about hosting a late-night show, and pro-racecar driver Kurt Busch stops by.
Mary Lynn Rajskub, Randy Sklar and Jason Sklar discuss Mike Sorrentino's release from prison and LeBron James's odd trademark request, and Rascal Flatts sits down with Spade.
Bill Burr and Jim Jefferies discuss Shane Gillis's "Saturday Night Live" firing and Felicity Huffman's jail sentence, and Spade goes backstage at the Roast of Alec Baldwin.
Brad Williams, Rob Schneider and Jen Kirkman discuss Kanye West's choice not to let his daughter use makeup, Bobby Lee calls in, and comedian Brian Simpson performs.
Jim Gaffigan, Sarah Tiana and Fred Armisen discuss the newest contestant on "The Bachelor" and Antonio Brown's odd doctor's visits, and Spade gets a tattoo from Sean Penn.
Nikki Glaser, Drew Carey and Fortune Feimster talk about relationship rumors surrounding two "Dancing with the Stars" contestants and give their take on a secret crush app.
Maria Bamford, Erik Griffin and Joel McHale discuss Peter Dinklage's Emmy win, "Fleabag" star Brett Gelman calls in, and former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill tries stand-up.
Christina P., Michael Rapaport and Dulce Sloan discuss Lindsay Lohan's "Xanax" music video, Jennifer Lawrence's Amazon wedding registry and a viral gender reveal stunt.
Greg Fitzsimmons, Bill Engvall and Annie Lederman discuss Jon Cryer's virginity rumors and a Tekashi 69 docuseries, and Spade moonlights on "Bachelor in Paradise".
Spade riffs on Tekashi 6ix9ine refusing witness protection, and Ian Edwards, Tim Dillon and Matt Walsh discuss Jennifer Lopez's Super Bowl halftime gig.
Erin Foster, Sara Foster and Kevin Nealon discuss Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's wedding, Aaron Carter's new face tattoo and Miley Cyrus's spat with her mom.
Tony Rock, Patton Oswalt and Lauren Sivan discuss a California law benefitting college athletes and Kevin Durant's birthday party, and Spade honors lesser-known sports stars.
Spade dishes on Kanye West's accidental album release, and Maya Rudolph and Martin Short discuss helicopter parents and a vendor accused of scamming football fans.
Deon Cole, Todd Glass and Cristela Alonzo discuss Robert De Niro's legal woes and a viral subway opera singer, and Spade adds sound effects to Liz Carey's street interviews.
Candice Thompson, Rob Corddry and Chris Franjola discuss "Joker", Justin Bieber's feud with PETA and a trend of celebrities giving out their phone numbers on social media.
Megan Gailey, Chris Jericho and Brett Gelman discuss Instagram's latest update and Kylie Jenner's million car, and Bobby Miyamoto performs.
Leighton Meester, Taran Killam and Brad Garrett of "Single Parents" discuss Drake's feud with his dad and a bridesmaid-for-hire service, and Spade's mom critiques the show.
"Jexi" stars Ron Funches, Adam DeVine and Alexandra Shipp discuss a "Sesame Street" addiction storyline and Uber's pet-friendly service, and Spade goes to an Eagles concert.
Eleanor Kerrigan, Brad Williams and Adam Ray discuss Taylor Swift's jinx on the L.A. Kings, Deadmau5 angles for the house DJ gig, and Spade sets out to be the next James Bond.
Bella Thorne, Moshe Kasher and Lara Beitz discuss Zoe Kravitz's role as Catwoman and RuPaul's no-selfie rule, and "Real Housewives" star Heather Dubrow tries stand-up.
Thomas Lennon, Whitney Cummings and Diplo discuss Jennifer Aniston's Instagram debut and Kourtney Kardashian's alleged robbery, and Tim Dillon answers questions from viewers.
Vanessa Bayer, Guy Branum and Dusty Slay discuss Jennifer Lawrence's upcoming wedding, a major cheese theft incident in California and the rise of baby raves.
Liza Treyger, Kevin Nealon and Dean Delray discuss Ben Affleck's online dating profile and a cringeworthy update of the alphabet song, and Spade recalls his fraternity days.
Christina P., Jon Lovitz and Benji Aflalo discuss Kanye West's upcoming tour, Spade chats with a young Chris Farley fan, and Charlotte McKinney makes her stand-up debut.
Sarah Tiana, Louie Anderson and Joey Diaz discuss Facebook's ban on sexual emojis and the University of Oxford's applause policy, and Spade explains internet slang to his mom.
Celeste Barber and the Sklar Brothers discuss Kanye West's pricey brunch and a shake-up at McDonald's, and Spade reveals his role on "The Real Housewives of Orange County".
Panelists Bobby Lee, Theo Von and Amanda Cerny join David Spade to talk about the latest in pop culture.
Jen Kirkman, Greg Fitzsimmons and Jessica Kirson discuss Chris Brown's yard sale and a Snapchat filter used to scare children, and a cocaine expert (Dana Carvey) stops by.
Jim Jefferies, Pete Holmes and Hannah Hart discuss Kim Kardashian's take on Instagram likes, the trend of micro-cheating and Will Smith's choice to livestream his colonoscopy.
Chris D'Elia, Andrew Santino and Erik Griffin discuss fashion at the People's Choice Awards and an audience's adverse reaction to Drake, and Spade negotiates with Chili's.
Rob Schneider, Matteo Lane and Esther Povitsky discuss a shaky launch for Disney+ and Arnold Schwarzenegger's ride in a tank, and Spade dedicates the show's stage to Chili's.
Chris Hardwick, Sarah Tiana and Brian Posehn discuss John Legend's "Sexiest Man Alive" title and a New Jersey town overrun by wild turkeys, and comedian Rachel Mac performs.
Spade riffs on Kanye West and Joel Osteen's church service, Jeff Ross, Brad Williams and Annie Lederman discuss the CMAs, and Sarah Tiana heads to the People's Choice Awards.