John Oliver reports from inside and outside the studio about why it\'s illegal for him to strike.
John Oliver wants us to spend these last six months appreciating how lucky we are to have born witness to this incredible low point in American democracy.
John Oliver asks Ambassador Peter Maurer about Switzerland\'s unshakable neutrality shortly before its vote to ban minarets.
John Oliver asks kids what they think of Sarah Palin\'s memoir, and Jon respects Lou Dobbs\' abhorrent views.
If you feel alone, call the operator and she will listen to you for a 45-minute session.
Greg Fitzsimmons wasn\'t making a classist statement when he farted in the coach section of an airplane.
John Oliver explains President Bush didn\'t realize using war-like terms and starting war-like wars would make us assume he wanted to go to war.
John Oliver previews nominees for the annual political ad awards, including the creator of the infamous "Willie Horton" spot.
Marc Maron makes a spiritual decision to suppress his fear.
Hosted by John Oliver, featuring Anthony Jeselnik, Rory Albanese, Deon Cole, Tommy Johnagin, and David Koechner.
John Oliver enjoyed this year\'s Academy Awards without Jon, the George W. Bush of comedy.
The British government had to release a statement saying, \'You Can\'t Kill Burglars.\'
Mike Lawrence has managed to not have sex in over a year and a half just by being himself.
John Oliver explains David Cameron\'s made-up beer names, Aasif Mandvi reports on G20 protesters, and David Axelrod defends Obama.
John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac attempt to deliver pizzas to Chelsea Clinton\'s wedding, and Mary Roach discusses fecal decapitation.