"Meth and Geth Talk About Death" best moments.
The best moments from "Too Many Piñatas."
Chris Gethard and his friends welcome actors Paul Scheer and Jason Mantzoukas.
After blowing the budget in Atlantic City, N.J., Chris promises to put on a finale for nearly no money; comic Hannibal Buress and rapper Talib Kweli join the action as callers share stories about their worst financial decisions.
Chris Gethard embraces failure; viewers call in to share tales of their greatest failures; TV show host Seth Meyers faces impossible odds, only to fail over and over again.
Chris Gethard and his comic friends welcome Rob Corddry.
Chris Gethard and his comic friends welcome Gillian Jacobs.
Chris Gethard welcomes Ellie Kemper; single fans go on first dates.
Chris Gethard and his comic friends welcome Patton Oswalt and Tig Notaro.
Chris Gethard and guest Michael Ian Black come to terms with the idea that everything in the world is terrifying; viewers call and discuss what makes them anxious.
Chris Gethard and actor Timothy Simons share the life-changing fork in the road moment that forever ties the two performers together; viewers call in with stories from their own lives.
Chris Gethard welcomes comic Wanda Sykes.
John Oliver helps to answer one of the greatest moral quandaries of the modern age: is technology good or evil?
Chris and guest Method Man look death straight in the face and say "Cool, let's talk about it."
The gang and guest Adam Pally get on cardio machines and push themselves to their physical limits; callers try to motivate the cast.
Chris Gethard and guests Jordan Klepper and Julie Klausner ask callers "What's the dumbest thing you've ever done?"
Comic John Mulaney joins Chris and the crew.
Viewers pick piñatas that the Impractical Jokers destroy and give away what's inside.
Chris Gethard squares off against Vacation Jason in The Fight For the Fish; surprise guests from pro wrestling and beyond. Music from Beach Slang.
Fans guess what is inside a dumpster. Champagne Jerry performs.
Maria Bamford talks to callers about their struggles with mental health issues. Music by The Ergs.
A family dinner with tennis ball cannons, a kidnapping and turkey going into the audience; musical group PWR BTTM.
Publicly airing conspiracy theories live on air with SNL's Bobby Moynihan; musical guest Zulu P.
Tests the limits of what can be done on TV with guest Pete Holmes; with music from M.A.K.U. Soundsystem.
An under the sea themed gender-fluid poly prom; prom mermaid Lena Dunham joins in the festivities; musical guest, They Might Be Giants!
John Hodgman and John Starks combine trampoline slam dunks with poetic expression; musical guest Pitchblak Brass Band.
Sean Diddy Combs does a surprise drop in on the TCGS gang; a musical performance by Idgy Dean.
People who consider quitting their jobs are encouraged to take the leap during the show; musical guest Kool Keith.
Anything goes on this final episode of the season; special appearance by Ira Glass and music by Shellshag.
Kumail Nanjiani is in the studio as viewers are asked to tell their entire life stories in five words or less; music by the Downtown Boys.
An unplanned show with unscreened calls and improvisation from Nick Kroll.
Jason Sudeikis stops by; dogs are man's best friend but there is never any entertainment for them; studio audience is comprised of dogs, and with only calls from dogs; with musical guest Jeff Rosenstock.
A huge Comic Con party with guest "SNL's" Bobby Moynihan and "No You Shut Up!'s" Paul F. Tompkins.
Chris and guest Ellie Kemper talk to callers.
Will Ferrell performs best-man speeches.
Aidy Bryant; Cakes Da Killa performs.
The cast has stayed awake for 48 hours; Seth Meyers joins; Screaming Females performs.
Wyatt Cenac ("The Daily Show") explores the gaming world; the show is turned into a video game with characters that audience members can control; Ikebe Shakedown performs.
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer ("Broad City") ask viewers to show off their physical imperfections.