This episode features from Comedy Central's new series Inside Amy Schumer which is very funny. The first clip features female friends encountering each other and trying to compliment one another, and the second is a snippet of her stand-up on the show where she talks about how people lie when they're starting to date.
This episode features a clip from The Colbert Report about NYC's awesome new bike share system Citi Bikes, which you can watch unedited on the Colbert Nation website, as well as a clip from a recent episode of HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher where he debunks the common wisdom that Ronald Reagan wouldn't be conservative enough to be accepted by today's batshit crazy Republican Party. To the contrary, he'd fit right in.
This episode features a clip from one of the promotional videos Steve Buscemi made for Vampire Weekend's AMEX Unstaged concert. Also a clip from HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher where he tells rich people why they should be begging the government to take their money and redistribute it. Pointing out that in places with high wealth inequity, kidnappings are so common they sell cars that do this.
This episode features a clip from MSNBC's new show All In with Chris Hayes where he dissects the differences between mass killings with guns vs mass killings with bombs. On the show it's clipped for time, but it's good, so watch the whole thing. There's also a clip from the Press Association's coverage of celebrations in Glasgow upon the death of Margaret Thatcher.
This episode contains a clip of The Young Turks comparing private package delivery (like that offered by UPS and FedEx) to the public delivery system of the US Postal Service (watch it). It also contains a clip of Funny or Die's Postal Service Auditions featuring many celebrity cameos including, in this case specifically, Weird Al Yankovic.