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Episode dated 14 April 2020
Fortune Feimster, Nikki Glaser and Zainab Johnson discuss Cardi B's coronavirus concerns and "The Bachelorette," and "Property Brothers" Jonathan and Drew Scott try stand-up.
Jim Jefferies, Tony Rock and Cristela Alonzo discuss viral onstage fails and Willow Smith's performance art event, and Chris Harrison chats about "The Bachelor" finale.
Gabriel Iglesias, Chris Franjola and Megan Gailey discuss coronavirus-fueled festival cancelations and a final royal family gathering, and Spade runs "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta."
Spade endures an episode of "My Feet Are Killing Me" with comedian Sean Hayes, and Jo Koy, Chris Hardwick and Yamaneika Saunders react to bizarre fallout from the coronavirus.
Zainab Johnson, Brian Kiley and Preacher Lawson discuss Nik Wallenda's high-wire volcano stunt and Pornhub's strip club documentary, and Cesar Millan tries stand-up.
Moshe Kasher, Greg Fitzsimmons and Beth Stelling discuss the fate of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo and Tinder's coronavirus warning, and Spade organizes a "Just Shoot Me" reboot.
Candice Thompson, Randy Sklar and Jason Sklar discuss Michael Buble's performance for gorillas in Australia, attractive mug shots on Instagram and homemade hand sanitizer.
Liza Treyger, Russell Peters and Andrew Santino discuss Taylor Swift's music video for "The Man" and Air New Zealand's economy bunk beds, and Spade reveals his "Survivor" gig.
Guy Branum, Megan Gailey and Adam Ray discuss Prince Harry's choice to drop his royal title, made-up baby names and a Hot Pockets heiress's prison sentence.
"Bumping Mics" stars Jeff Ross and Dave Attell discuss Tyra Banks's model-themed amusement park and the coronavirus's threat to the Tokyo Olympics, then roast the audience.
Giulia Rozzi, Tony Rock and Chris Franjola discuss Harvey Weinstein's guilty verdict and Gigi Hadid's beef with Jake Paul, and a coronavirus expert (Dana Carvey) stops by.
"Kidding" and "Sonic the Hedgehog" star Jim Carrey sits down with Spade to chat about his start in comedy, his extensive acting career and answer questions from the audience.
Sara Weinshenk, Josh Wolf and Erik Griffin discuss Hollywood's face tattoo trend and Jussie Smollett's indictment, and Spade holds a business meeting with Lisa Vanderpump.
Ian Edwards, Tim Dillon and Beth Stelling discuss the backlash from Joaquin Phoenix's Oscars speech and a man's halftime show lawsuit, and Spade reveals his E! red carpet gig.
Fortune Feimster, Sam Morril and Sarah Tiana discuss the 2020 Oscars, Kourtney Kardashian and Sofia Richie's social media drama and Erykah Badu's new line of incense.
Mark Ellis, Annie Lederman and Justin Martindale weigh in on the swag bags at the 2020 Oscars and a man's Coronavirus prank gone wrong, and Spade honors lesser-known athletes.
Jo Koy, Ron Funches and Morgan Stewart discuss Madonna's crowd work in London, a sex doll establishment in Las Vegas and a pizza-shaped engagement ring from Domino's Pizza.
Rachel Mac, Randy Sklar and Jason Sklar discuss the Academy's Twitter slipup and Elon Musk's music career, and Bobby Miyamoto has dinner with "The Bachelorette" star Hannah Brown.
Pete Holmes, Dana Gould and Cristela Alonzo discuss Jennifer Lopez and Shakira's halftime show and Post Malone's pricey club outing, and Spade reveals his "Puppy Bowl" gig.
Brent Morin, Benji Aflalo and Megan Gailey discuss a Minnie Mouse performer's brawl with a Las Vegas security guard, game day prop bets and Offset's L.A. incident.
Christina P., Moshe Kasher and Preacher Lawson discuss new additions to "The Bachelor" franchise, Lil Jon calls in, and Spade marvels at a dog's viral encounter with a snake.
Nicole Aimee Schreiber, Adam Ray and Tony Rock discuss Mattel's inclusive Barbie dolls, a trip for "The Bachelor" contestants and Vermont's emoji license plates.
Kira Soltanovich, Chris Franjola and Brendan Schaub discuss the 2020 Grammy Awards and a lavish birthday party for Kylie Jenner's toddler, and Spade auditions for "Dolittle."
Yamaneika Saunders, Andrew Santino and Tim Dillon discuss Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty's assault accusations, a rise in scooter injuries and StubHub's loans for NFL fans.
Jessimae Peluso, Josh Wolf and Arielle Vandenberg discuss the death of Mr. Peanut, a lawsuit over a Ben & Jerry's slogan and the spread of a bizarre TikTok phenomenon.
Annie Lederman, Doug Benson and Steve Rannazzisi discuss Diplo's bracket for "The Bachelor" and a new facial recognition app, and reality star Nick Viall tries stand-up.
Brad Garrett, Erik Griffin and Punkie Johnson discuss Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's reunion and Beyonce's gift to her celebrity pals, and comedian Dylan Sullivan performs.
Joel McHale, Guy Branum and Lizzy Cooperman discuss Mark Wahlberg's beef with Dr. Oz, Chris Franjola calls in, and Spade shares his deleted scene from "9-1-1: Lone Star."