Funnygal Chelsea Handler sits down with a special Hollywood celebrity.
If Twitter is any indication, then "The Soup Investigates" has identified the most fearsome sleeper cell operating in the world today. Yes, correspondent Julian McCullough goes deep behind enemy lines to capture and interrogate suspected One Direction Army agents. Is there anything preventing the boy band's legions from a complete takeover? Next, the "Real Housewives" epidemic invades another community. Watch as Christine Lakin heralds the arrival of reality television to a quiet hamlet in Middle America. And finally, who's the nation's most beloved female celebrity? Is it Paula Deen--or perhaps someone who isn't a virulent racist? You'll have to tune in to find out!
Julian McCullough talks about the excitement of knowing how he's going to die, why Asians are magical, and the mysteries of the fake male orgasm.
Amy Schumer discusses how beautiful people are in Miami (even the homeless), dealing with racism as a child, and how Facebook has replaced destiny.
Robert Schimmel hosts Julian McCullough, Gerard Guillory, Doug Mellard, Cristela Alonzo, Ryan Belleville and Tom Segura for an hour at New York's famed Gotham Comedy Club.
ZO2 gets the gig of a lifetime: a Bar Mitzvah. Technically speaking, it's actually a "B-iz-ar Mitzvah" for a well-known black rapper, and it's being filmed as the pilot episode of a highly anticipated reality series about crazy Bar Mitzvahs.
Larry breaks down trending topics with comedians Jen Kirkman, Julian McCullough, and Kurt Braunohler. Topics include changes at 'The Tonight Show,' Dennis Rodman's friendship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and Justin Bieber's recent troubles.