American gun owners shoot their penises off at an alarming rate, and Larry examines Jeb Bush's comments about black voters with DeRay Mckesson, Mike Yard and Rory Albanese.
President Obama and Vladimir Putin face off at the U.N. summit, and Larry discusses the discovery of water on Mars with Bill Nye, Michelle Buteau and Ricky Velez.
Congressional Republicans attack Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's tax plan with Robert Reich, Marina Franklin and Mike Yard.
Donald Trump faces fraud allegations from students of Trump University, and Larry discusses Russia's bombing campaign in Syria with Eddie Huang, Lisa Ling and Jordan Carlos.
Larry revisits his interview with presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, and Rory Albanese, Mike Yard and Ashleigh Banfield weigh in on a mass shooting at an Oregon college.
Larry examines Hillary Clinton's public image, and Jessica Kirson, John Avlon and Joey Bada$$ talk about what qualities appeal to them in a presidential candidate.
California enacts a landmark death-with-dignity law, and Jay Leno, Bobby Gaylor and Michelle Collins discuss Ben Carson's surprising reaction to a mass shooting.
Roni Dean-Burren describes her fight against racist textbooks, and Jordan Carlos, Bobcat Goldthwait and Shannon DeVido discuss Rupert Murdoch's endorsement of Ben Carson.
Nancy Pelosi joins Larry for an enlightening ice cream social, and Mike Yard, James Davis and Jeezy debate Barack Obama's legacy as America's first black president.
A toy pirate ship comes with a slave figurine, and Larry chats about the popularity of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders with Jesse Ventura, Seaton Smith and Kathleen Madigan.
Larry examines the highs and lows of the first 2016 Democratic presidential debate with Steve Kornacki, Rory Albanese and Gabrielle Union.
Police officers gripe about being filmed by the public, and Larry discusses Jennifer Lawrence's essay on the gender pay gap with Grace Parra, Raul De Molina and Holly Walker.
Donald Trump spars with Jeb Bush over 9/11, Larry discusses Operation GroupMe with Raury, Mike Yard and Natasha Rothwell, and Raury performs a song from "All We Need".
American toddlers shoot people on a weekly basis, and Larry discusses wealth therapy for the beleaguered rich with Jeff Daniels, Rachel Feinstein and Joe Budden.
The CIA chief falls prey to hackers, and Larry discusses Joe Biden's announcement that he won't be running for president with Holly Walker, Ryan Duffy and Terry Crews.
A rash of fires plague black churches in Ferguson, Mo., and Larry discusses Rep. Paul Ryan's family leave demands with Lucy Lawless, Bonnie McFarlane and Judah Friedlander.
GOP presidential hopeful Rand Paul chats about Donald Trump over soul food, and Bob Saget, Ana Kasparian and Mike Yard discuss cringe-worthy Halloween costumes.
Republicans try to seize control of the presidential debates, and Larry discusses Ben Carson's unlikely political success with Ron Perlman, Crystal Wright and Jordan Carlos.
Ohio citizens vote against legalizing marijuana, and Larry discusses the clash between religion and science with Neil deGrasse Tyson, Tom Papa and Carl Lentz.
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson releases a cringeworthy rap song, and Larry examines celebrity activism with Lola Ogunnaike, Niecy Nash and Bobby Gaylor.
Ricky Velez takes on racism in wrestling, and Larry discusses a study that claims all women are either bisexual or gay with Alex Berg, Mike Yard and Grace Parra.
Ricky Velez throws down with former WWE wrestler Virgil, and Larry discusses solutions to global warming with Bill Nye, Bridget Everett and Rory Albanese.
Shonda Rhimes discusses her memoir "Year of Yes", and Larry examines failing GOP presidential campaigns with Franchesca Ramsey, Steve Kornacki and Jordan Carlos.
A Starbucks holiday cup incurs the wrath of conservative Christians, and Larry grapples with the morals of killing baby Hitler with Norman Lear, Bill Engvall and Rick Ross.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton make waves at the second Democratic debate, and Larry discusses the term "radical Islam" with Dean Obeidallah, John Avlon and John Green.
Republicans take a hard stance against Syrian refugees, and Larry examines the rise in anti-racism protests on college campuses with Jonathan Butler, Jadakiss and Grace Parra.
Ben Carson releases a bungled map of the U.S., and Larry talks emoji etiquette with Ty Dolla $ign, Robin Thede and Rory Albanese.
Mike Yard goes head to head with the NHL's Cal Clutterbuck, and Larry gears up for Thanksgiving with Sway Calloway, Mike Yard and Holly Walker.
Fox News's Brian Kilmeade brings up a racist stereotype, and Larry discusses the Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado with Busta Rhymes, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
The Texas school board takes a red pen to American history, and Larry discusses the source of Donald Trump's popularity with Pete Wentz, Ricky Velez and Holly Walker.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel fires his police chief over the shooting death of a black teen, and Larry discusses colorblind casting with Spike Lee, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard.
Gun massacres become an American institution, and Larry discusses questionable names for babies with Brian Posehn, Bobby Gaylor and Robin Thede.
President Obama awkwardly attempts to calm America's fears about ISIS, and Larry discusses pandering politicians with Jon Glaser, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard.
The leader of ISIS becomes a finalist for TIME's Person of the Year, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's anti-Muslim campaign with Mark Cuban, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
A toxic blanket of smog envelops Beijing, and Larry examines the pros and cons of social media with Q, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede.
A white student sues the University of Texas over affirmative action, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's soaring poll numbers with Kevin Nealon, Grace Parra and Mike Yard.
A South Carolina lawmaker's Christmas card features the Confederate flag, and Larry examines Ted Cruz's surge in GOP polls with Aida Rodriguez, Jordan Carlos and Mike Yard.
Bill Cosby sues seven of his accusers for defamation, and Larry discusses a historically realistic portrait of Jesus Christ with Taye Diggs, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede.
Republican presidential hopefuls debate foreign policy, and Larry discusses Serena Williams's Sportsperson of the Year award with T-Pain, Holly Walker and Grace Parra.
An infamous pharma CEO is arrested on fraud charges, and Larry revisits some of the most significant stories of 2015 with Pusha T, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard.
An armed militia group occupies a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon, and Larry discusses the arrest of Bill Cosby with Franchesca Ramsey, Mike Yard and Holly Walker.
Donald Trump blasts Hillary Clinton for using the bathroom, and Bernie Sanders discusses his presidential candidacy with Larry, Grace Parra and Jordan Carlos.
Critics slam the president for shedding tears during a speech on gun control, and Larry examines the media's role in violence with Wesley Morris, Ricky Velez and Robin Thede.
North Korea's Kim Jong-un claims to have tested a hydrogen bomb, and Larry talks about Silicon Valley's crime-fighting robots with Hank Azaria, Mike Yard and Rory Albanese.
Dennis Rodman helms a Sunday morning news show, and Larry discusses Sean Penn's article about Mexican drug lord El Chapo with Tavi Gevinson, Mike Yard and Grace Parra.
Syrian refugees get prepped for life in Texas, and Larry examines whether lotteries prey on poor people with Kathleen Madigan, Ricky Velez and Rory Albanese.
Robin Thede predicts an all-white Oscar night, and Larry discusses President Obama's legacy with Mario Batali, Mike Yard and Holly Walker.
The Oregon militia receives a steady supply of dildos, and Larry discusses Bernie Sanders's rise in presidential polls with John Fetterman, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede.
A Montana KKK leader welcomes minorities into the fold, and Larry discusses Ted Cruz's unflattering take on New York City with Rembert Browne, Ricky Velez and Mike Yard.
Donald Trump makes a clumsy effort to win the hearts of evangelical voters, and Larry discusses a boycott of the Oscars with Romany Malco, Holly Walker and Robin Thede.
Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and Larry talks about the relationship between sex and intelligence with Dan Savage, Bobby Gaylor and Grace Parra.
Sarah Palin blames her son's unhappy behavior on President Obama, and Larry explores the necessity of black awards shows with Jemele Hill, Jordan Carlos and Robin Thede.
Dr. Rand Paul diagnoses a GOP malady, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's divisive presidential campaign with Marlon Wayans, Rory Albanese and Holly Walker.
Planned Parenthood scores a legal victory in Texas, and Larry examines critics' perceptions of Hillary Clinton with Jena Friedman, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Neil deGrasse Tyson takes rapper B.o.B to task over his flat Earth theory, and Larry chats about NFL star Cam Newton with Brandon Marshall, Ricky Velez and Jordan Carlos.
President Obama eyes America's overly armed police, and Larry discusses Joseph Fiennes's film role as Michael Jackson with Chris Distefano, Grace Parra and Robin Thede.
Rapper Timbaland bails on a benefit concert for Flint, MI, and Larry discusses voter outrage in America with Gad Elmaleh, Mike Yard and Jordan Carlos.
A white NAACP leader aims a sexist remark at a female reporter, and Larry discusses the results of the Iowa caucus with Lewis Black, Rory Albanese and Franchesca Ramsey.
North Korea announces its plan to launch a satellite, and Larry discusses Mattel's new line of realistic Barbie dolls with Wendy Williams, Rory Albanese and Grace Parra.
Felonious Munk expounds on the use of the term "politically correct", and Larry discusses the GOP presidential race with Paul F. Tompkins, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
Ben Carson botches his entrance at the GOP debate, and Larry discusses Beyonce's politically charged halftime performance with Keke Palmer, Franchesca Ramsey and Robin Thede.
A TV series depicts the Bill Cosby trial, and Larry chats about colorful aspects of the presidential race with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard.
Marley Dias chats about her #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign, and Larry discusses Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders with T.J. Miller, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
Grace Parra examines online dating preferences, and Larry discusses Internet trolling with Alexis Ohanian, Grace Parra and Ricky Velez.
Conspiracy theorists sound off about the death of Antonin Scalia, and Larry discusses America's Hispanic voters with Jose Antonio Vargas, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
Pope Francis suggests using contraceptives to scale back the Zika virus, and Larry discusses issues facing African-American voters with Al Sharpton, Robin Thede and Mike Yard.
Bill Nye puts a controversy to rest, and Larry discusses Apple's refusal to help the FBI hack a terrorist's phone with Eddie George, Rory Albanese and Franchesca Ramsey.
A thief makes off with a cardboard cutout of Larry, and Tom Papa, Mike Yard and Jordan Carlos discuss Yelp's harsh response to an employee's complaint about her low salary.
Mike Yard and Robin Thede plan their perfect plantation wedding, and Larry examines the effects of the #OscarsSoWhite protests with Daveed Diggs, Holly Walker and Robin Thede.
North Korea detains an American college student, and Larry discusses the health risks of playing football with Malcolm Gladwell, Mike Yard and Rory Albanese.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton emerge as victors on Super Tuesday, and Keke Palmer joins rapper Jon Connor for a performance of the song "Fresh Water for Flint".
Donald Trump feuds with Mitt Romney, and Larry examines the controversy surrounding Zoe Saldana's role in "Nina" with Michael K. Williams, Robin Thede and Franchesca Ramsey.
Organizers in Gettysburg, PA, celebrate Confederate Flag Day, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's effect on political discourse with Dave Attell, Mike Yard and Ricky Velez.
Rapper 2 Chainz gives insight into Ben Carson's campaign suspension, and Larry discusses "Ghostbusters" backlash with Cedric the Entertainer, Robin Thede and Rory Albanese.
Donald Trump supporters manhandle peaceful protesters, and Larry examines the art of political pandering with Mac Miller, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
Robin Thede discovers that most people know nothing about Harriet Tubman, and Larry discusses Kim Kardashian's naked selfie with Peaches, Holly Walker and Grace Parra.
Hillary Clinton takes back her praise of the Reagans' AIDS response, and Larry examines Donald Trump's unhappy rallies with Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Ricky Velez and Mike Yard.
Holly Walker reports on free tampons in public schools, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's manipulation of the media with Jussie Smollett, Rory Albanese and Franchesca Ramsey.
Rory Albanese, Mike Yard and Holly Walker debate a lingerie ad, and Charlamagne Tha God, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra discuss Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's likability.
Rapper 2 Chainz breaks down what the GOP could face with a brokered convention, and Mike Yard, Robin Thede and Joanna Coles discuss the sexism targeted at Hillary Clinton.
President Obama pays a historic visit to Cuba, and Larry discusses Hulk Hogan's 0 million legal victory against Gawker with Scott Aukerman, Grace Parra and Bobby Gaylor.
Pundits marvel at Donald Trump's use of a teleprompter for his AIPAC address, and Larry talks social media with Jenn McAllister, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
The terrorist attacks in Brussels spark a debate about Muslims in the U.S., and Larry weighs Ted Cruz against Donald Trump with Anthony Hamilton, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Joe Morton weighs in on Richard Nixon's racist drug policy, and Larry discusses pro-Donald Trump graffiti at Emory University with Neal Brennan, Mike Yard and Jordan Carlos.
Mississippi celebrates Confederate Heritage Month, and Larry discusses the race-based casting controversy surrounding "Hamilton" with Mike Epps, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede.
The Smithsonian takes heat for including Bill Cosby in an exhibit, and Larry talks climate change and the 2016 presidential race with Bill Nye, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
George Mason University accidentally rebrands its law school as ASSOL, and Larry checks in on the presidential primaries with Wendell Pierce, Mike Yard and Franchesca Ramsey.
Larry reverts to his 70s-era Soul Daddy persona while examining modern-day issues facing America with Jake Tapper, Ricky Velez and Holly Walker.
Grace Parra dishes on the Panama Papers, and Larry discusses Bill Clinton's defense of his controversial 90s-era crime bill with Waka Flocka Flame, Robin Thede and Mike Yard.
Donald Trump's campaign accuses Ted Cruz of "Gestapo tactics", and Larry examines Hillary Clinton's "C.P. time" skit with Quinta Brunson, Franchesca Ramsey and Rory Albanese.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joins Larry to discuss his primary election prospects, the Michigan water crisis and his proposal to break up the banks.
Ice Cube and Common weigh in on racial strife in the U.S., and Larry discusses Bono's call for comedians to battle ISIS with Bassem Youssef, Ricky Velez and Jordan Carlos.
Sarah Palin mocks Bill Nye's status as a scientist, and Larry discusses derailed efforts to feature women on U.S. currency with Terry Crews, Grace Parra and Holly Walker.
Bill O'Reilly receives backlash for his racist comments on forehead tattoos, and Larry examines political pandering with Tony Hale, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
New Jersey considers treating menstrual cramps with marijuana, and Larry discusses Hillary Clinton's New York primary win with Susan Sarandon, Mike Yard and Rory Albanese.
Utah officials fight pornography but ignore a rise in STDs, and Larry discusses the passing of rock legend Prince with Russell Simmons, Robin Thede and Jordan Carlos.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha describes her efforts to curb the Michigan water crisis, and Larry ponders an all-woman presidential ticket with Grace Helbig, Mike Yard and Grace Parra.
The U.S. deploys 250 troops to Syria, and Larry discusses President Obama's criticism of Black Lives Matter activists with Matt McGorry, Jordan Carlos and Robin Thede.
Ted Cruz picks a running mate despite his dismal primary results, and Larry discusses Beyonce's visual album "Lemonade" with Chris Jackson, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
ISIS cuts perks for its members amid a budget crisis, and Larry ponders a battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton with Bakari Sellers, Rory Albanese and Holly Walker.
Franchesca Ramsey tackles a "Ghostbusters" backlash, and Larry examines Donald Trump's sexist criticism of Hillary Clinton with Riki Lindhome, Rory Albanese and Grace Parra.
Dennis Rodman receives credit for an American prisoner's release from North Korea, and Larry examines President Obama's legacy with Quinta Brunson, Robin Thede and Mike Yard.
Ted Cruz drops out of the presidential race, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's status as the GOP's presumptive nominee with Meghan Markle, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
President Obama drinks the water in Flint, MI, and Larry discusses the state of American baseball with Ken Burns, Mike Yard and Holly Walker.
Donald Trump claims that Hillary Clinton enabled her husband's affairs, and Larry examines racial progress in America with Aida Rodriguez, Mike Yard and Franchesca Ramsey.
China makes it illegal to seductively eat bananas online, and Larry discusses a controversial pre-graduation photo at West Point with Lecrae, Ricky Velez and Holly Walker.
Congress investigates the underreporting of sex abuse in the military, and Larry examines Facebook's alleged liberal bias with Angie Martinez, Rory Albanese and Grace Parra.
Bernie Sanders refuses to drop out of the presidential race, and Larry discusses George Zimmerman's gun auction with Audra McDonald, Jordan Carlos and Robin Thede.
Donald Trump gets caught impersonating his own publicist, and Larry examines the GOP candidate's degrading treatment of women with Paul F. Tompkins, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Doctors perform America's first penis transplant, and Larry discusses Hillary Clinton's White House plans for Bill Clinton with Lewis Black, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
Donald Trump buries the hatchet with Megyn Kelly, and Larry discusses a controversy surrounding the NBA's Steven Adams with Anthony Anderson, Ricky Velez and Holly Walker.
A court order forces a Mississippi town to desegregate its schools, and Larry discusses America's relationship with marijuana with Paul Scheer, Ricky Velez and Mike Yard.
Donald Trump changes his stance on gun control, and Larry discusses whether prostitution should be legalized with Jen Bartels, Grace Parra and Rory Albanese.
Bill Cosby is ordered to stand trial for sexual assault, and Larry examines the Washington Redskins' controversial name with Esperanza Spalding, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Veterans endure long wait times at VA hospitals, and Larry discusses a decline of conservative speakers at colleges with Arianna Huffington, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
Donald Trump officially clinches the GOP presidential nomination, and Larry examines the legacy of "Roots" with LeVar Burton, Jordan Carlos and Holly Walker.
Grace Parra addresses Beyonce's sweatshop scandal, and Larry examines a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, FL, with Mychal Denzel Smith, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
A Stanford athlete gets a slap on the wrist for sexual assault, and Larry looks back on the O.J. Simpson trial with Malcolm Gladwell, Rory Albanese and Franchesca Ramsey.
President Obama takes aim at Donald Trump's anti-Islam talk, and Larry discusses Congress's response to the Orlando massacre with Timothy Simons, Ricky Velez and Grace Parra.
Felonious Munk examines the term "radical Islamic terrorism", and Larry discusses the state of feminism in America with Anika Noni Rose, Franchesca Ramsey and Holly Walker.
A Tennessee congressman announces a raffle for an AR-15 rifle, and Larry examines Donald Trump's struggling presidential campaign with Tom Papa, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
Congress fails to tackle gun control, and Larry discusses a bill that would require women to register for the draft with Adrienne C. Moore, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign goes broke, and Larry joins rapper M1, Mike Yard and Holly Walker for a discussion about America's infatuation with guns.
House Democrats stage a sit-in for the sake of gun control, and Larry questions the sincerity of Donald Trump's presidential run with Arsenio Hall, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Nightly Show pundits fiercely debate the fairness of the no-fly list, and Larry examines the implications of the Brexit vote with Joanna Coles, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard.
The Red Cross takes heat for a seemingly racist poster, and Larry examines Elizabeth Warren's backing of Hillary Clinton with Jaime Camil, Franchesca Ramsey and Jordan Carlos.
Franchesca Ramsey gives her stunned take on Kanye West's "Famous" video, and Larry discusses cultural appropriation with Vic Mensa, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede.
Soul Daddy celebrates the 4th of July, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's enthusiastic support for torture with Diane Guerrero, Ricky Velez and Holly Walker.
Donald Trump posts an anti-Semitic tweet, and Larry discusses Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch's controversial chat with Michael Ian Black, Grace Parra and Ricky Velez.
Barack Obama stumps for Hillary Clinton, and Larry discusses how Clinton's email scandal impacts her presidential bid with Bassem Youssef, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard.
Gretchen Carlson sues Fox News's CEO for harassment, and Larry discusses the police shootings of two black men with Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Franchesca Ramsey and Jordan Carlos.
Cleveland cops call for a brief open-carry gun ban, and Larry discusses Melania Trump's plagiarism controversy with John Fetterman, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede.
Mike Yard sounds the alarm about a "Pokemon Go" conspiracy, and Larry examines criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement with DeRay Mckesson, Holly Walker and Mike Yard.
A restaurant displays a "Black Olives Matter" sign, and Larry discusses Ted Cruz's apparent refusal to endorse Donald Trump with Salman Rushdie, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
Rapper YG performs "F**k Donald Trump", and Larry discusses the GOP presidential nominee's RNC speech with Nina Turner, Ricky Velez and Franchesca Ramsey.
Michelle Obama delivers a show-stopping DNC speech, and Larry discusses Bernie Sanders's endorsement of Hillary Clinton with Wyclef Jean, Jordan Carlos and Franchesca Ramsey.
Donald Trump encourages Russia to spy on the U.S., and Larry discusses Bill Clinton's speech about Hillary at the DNC with Eliana Johnson, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Joe Biden slams Donald Trump's "malarkey", and Larry examines the appeal of Hillary Clinton's presidential qualifications with Cass Sunstein, Ricky Velez and Grace Parra.
Hillary Clinton clinches the Democratic presidential nomination, and Larry sits down for an interview with Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson.
An American gets pumped about the games in Rio de Janeiro, and Larry examines the state of Donald Trump's presidential campaign with DJ Drama, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Michigan's water crisis quietly rages on, and Larry discusses sexual harassment claims against Fox News's Roger Ailes with Abdullah Saeed, Holly Walker and Franchesca Ramsey.
President Obama commutes 214 prison sentences, and Larry discusses Donald Trump's inflammatory Second Amendment comments with Deshauna Barber, Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra.
Twitter users take potshots at U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas, and Larry compares the flaws of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump with Ana Marie Cox, Ricky Velez and Rory Albanese.
Mike Yard and Rory Albanese debate using the N-word, and Larry examines Donald Trump's electoral battle against Hillary Clinton with Julie Klausner, Mike Yard and Robin Thede.
Larry highlights two of his favorite Nightly Show segments and examines the anti-police riots in Milwaukee, WI, with Quinta Brunson, Franchesca Ramsey and Holly Walker.
A Chinese swimmer makes waves by mentioning her period, and Larry discusses the state of the 2016 presidential race with Lewis Black, Ricky Velez and Rory Albanese.
The Nightly Show wraps up with a surprise visit from Jon Stewart and a retrospective chat between Larry and his contributors.