Adam recruits Randy Liedtke, Rob Christensen and Kristen Schaal to help him prank his buddy Kyle Newacheck and do stand-up at his party.
After injuring himself on a king cake, Adam gets a little sloppy while hosting stand-up from Ian Karmel, Aparna Nancherla and Brendan Lynch.
U.S. planes were launched to drop supplies for thousands of Iraqi refugees, who have fled ISIS militants. Military airstrikes are also possible, reports David Martin. And ISIS continues to rampage across Iraq, capturing towns and staging public executions while meeting little resistance, reports Holly Williams; and, when President Richard Nixon announced his resignation on national television, he cleared his office of all personnel, except for the CBS News crew that would be broadcasting the event. One of those crew members was "CBS Evening News" cameraman George Christian, who shares his unique view of history with Chip Reid.
David Martin, National Security Correspondent for CBS News; David Rohde of Reuters; and Seth Jones, associate director of the International security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Corporation. We conclude with David Ignatius of the Washington Post.
Police had three run-ins with Elliot Rodger three times over the last year, but Santa Barbara District Attorney Joyce Dudley says there was nothing in those incidents, or a series of Internet videos, that signaled the 22-year-old was planning to kill; and, four years after revelations of misplaced remains and misidentified graves, David Martin reports on how Arlington National Cemetery’s new management is bringing a 19th-century burial ground into the 21st.
U.S. officials stopped short of calling the troop movement an outright invasion, but one told David Martin it appears to be a classic operation for inserting troops in a foreign country; and, Steve Hartman meets an 8-year-old boy who found $20 in a parking lot and was thinking of spending it on a new video game. That changed when he saw the man in uniform.
Businessman Bill Browder says his life has been threatened as a result of his claims of corruption in the Russian government; then, David Martin gets an inside look at what makes the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter the most expensive weapons system in history; and, Cate Blanchett is famous for morphing into her roles, but tells Lesley Stahl that each time she worries she won’t pull it off.
Combining narrative sketches with stand-up, Adam Devine hosts comedians Kevin Barnett, Esther Povitsky, and Byron Bowers at a house party in a huge mansion.
New Adam Devine's House Party airs Thursdays 10:30p/9:30c on Comedy Central. Combining narrative sketches with stand-up, Adam Devine hosts comedians Kevin Barnett, Esther Povitsky, and Byron Bowers at a house party in a huge mansion.
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