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Tom Lennon, Paul Scheer and Doug Benson guess @midnight's big news, translate emoji sentences and look at Photoshopped images of male celebs as ladies.
Andi Osho, Neal Brennan and David Spade comment on photobombed Instagrams, Vines from Vegas and Nicolas Cage's sex photos.
Nikki Glaser, Judd Apatow and David Koechner write the OkCupid profile for an alleged drug cartel member and come up with humiliating Google searches.
John Hodgman, Grace Helbig and Kurt Braunohler question someone who still uses Myspace and guess whether tweets are hashtagged #stoned, #drunk or #pregnant.
Baron Vaughn, Julie Klausner and Paul F. Tompkins seperate Ryan Gosling and Ryan Seacrest fan fiction, tweet from the moon landing and invent BuzzFeed lists.
Jason Sklar, Randy Sklar and Ron Funches mourn the loss of Blockbuster and reveal items that they would give away for free on Craigslist.
Rhys Darby, Michael Che and Iliza Shlesinger invent tag lines for bizarre Etsy products and compare Yelp reviews of Chuck E. Cheese and jail.
Jonah Ray, Ali Wong and Howard Kremer interpret emoji, guess the most expensive item sold at Oprah Winfrey's yard sale and come up with gross kinds of coffee.
Moshe Kasher, Natasha Leggero and Steve Agee answer questions about the supernatural and make up an Amazon wish list for the New Orleans Pelicans' terrifying new mascot.
Matt Besser, Megan Neuringer and Scott Aukerman invent new holidays, review the Nintendo DS as if they were a gorilla, and ask a Twinkie burger questions.
Matt Braunger, Nikki Glaser and Patton Oswalt tweet as if they were at famous historical events, celebrate National Cat Day and come up with lame comic book characters.
Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal and Doug Benson create spooky variations of celebrities' names, advise married women on masturbation and write titles of BuzzFeed lists.
Kyle Kinane, Deon Cole and Tom Lennon respond as guests to a racist birthday party event posted on Facebook, create taglines to sell strange Etsy items, and make Chris cringe.
James Adomian, June Diane Raphael and Mike Lawrence review fart-filtering underwear, guess if tweets are tagged #FML or #YOLO, and change TV titles so they sound fat.
Kurt Braunohler, Andy Daly and Brendon Walsh decide if certain tweets are #WorseThanHitler, and find similarities between Ke$ha and reviews of rest stop bathrooms.
Doug Benson, Natasha Leggero and Kumail Nanjiani delve into the world of porn films that sound like Etsy stores and movie titles that sound like pooping.