After a wild night of drinking with the boss's brother, things go bad when they hit a DUI checkpoint.
When rumors of a promotion spread at work, the guy's allegiances to one another are tested as they all vie for the new job.
The guys decide to crash at the office and do a bunch of drugs while their house is fumigated, but their camp out is threatened when two burglars break into the office.
When the guys have to pass a drug test at work, they only have one choice: bribe middle school kids for clean urine.
The guys will stop at nothing to get tickets to a sold-out basketball game, even if it means being dunked in a horchata tank and seeing a grown man's penis.
Jon goes undercover to steal something from a store specializing in selling surveillance equipment. While reporting on another story, Jon runs over an old gypsy woman whose vengeful husband puts a curse on Jon.
Looking for love in all the wrong places, Jerri dumps Flatpoint High for a freaky cult.
Jon talks to a Broadway producer (Patton Oswalt) about his newest success, but finds that the JBHV van has been towed out of Times Square. He also hits the streets of New York City with a friend (David Cross) on a mission to dispel stereotypes.
Jerri has her own contact sport in mind when she meets a blind student who's determined to play for the varsity football team.
After Jon's van breaks down in the desert, Nathan, the sound guy, is kidnapped by a shady trucker who demands a ransom of $10,000. Jon, Leo and Dave have to do whatever it takes to get their sound guy back and the show back in production.
In this episode, Jon concocts a scheme to get out of work, but his lies spiral out of control, ultimately capturing the nation's headlines. He also introduces his new service 'Jon Benjamin's 911', and makes an appearance on 'Celebrity Parkour' with Andy...
Jon gets into a violent fight with another motorist, leading to a disturbing personal transformation. He also interviews the founder of an unusual triathlon and features another 'Shame on Me' report from Edward Sheath (Rich Fulcher).
While Jon and his crew report on the historic feud between Little Italy and Little Little Italy, Jon falls hard for one of the littlest Little Little Italians and has a tiny, torrid affair.
The Blanks are stricken with a death in the family, and Jerri must learn how to deal with the loss of an important figure in her life.
If Batman is played by British actor Christian Bale, then James Bond should be played by an American actor.
Get a behind the scenes look at T.J. Miller's romantic moments on 'Mash Up.'
Iliza Shlesinger is woken up by disturbing sounds.
Dan St. Germain feels that a movie with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Paul Giamatti is just too much.
Wyatt Cenac travels by himself a lot because he is an adult.
Wyatt Cenac asks John Oliver to reconsider his direct challenge to the Batman, Christian Bale.
Gabriel Iglesias personally guarantees that everyone on 'Stand-Up Revolution' is funny.
Joe Mande's first open mic was at five in the afternoon on the fourth floor of the Mall of America.
Ice Cold Rhoda, the original gangsta grandma of hip hop, takes it to the streets of Miami.
Na'im Lynn's worst day job has been all of them.
Marc Maron knows what freedom feels like.
John Oliver provides the best analogy for where America is right now.
Wyatt Cenac explains how one woman was too brown to play an imaginary creature.
Andy Zaltzman feels that capitalism got overexcited in the aftermath of its victory over communism.
Mike Lawrence knows that the ideal way to perform and see comedy is in a restaurant.