Billy D. Washington and Andy Huggins join the cast for an extended episode, and a look back at Houston legend Sean Rouse.
The guys talk about guilty musical pleasures, civil rights, bicyclers, and human beings vs the Earth,.
It's more with Chingo Bling as we dig in to Steven Spielber, theft, cockfighting, and Schoolhouse Rock.
Chingo Bling joins the cast to talk about hip hop, young musicians, and the border situation, with a cameo from Baby Bash.
Where oh where did this one go off the rails? The Holocaust, slavery, and racist ice cream. Buckle up.
It's a whole episode dedicated to sex changes and Space Force!
Kevin Iso sits in again to take a few drunk dials and discuss sex with a 10, his first time at the Improv, and all things Canada.
Kevin Iso sits in to talk about black audiences, poetry, and Black Panther, and then takes on Tre over Maya Angelou. Spoiler: Kevin is correct.
Things start with a few drunk dials, then veer into black sitcoms, a legless uncle, and Caddyshack.
Slade, Rob, and Tre discuss building things with your hands, gay cakes, and the cast of Frasier.
Clown dating, Ben Carson, and Rob sees a skateboard. I wish I had more information to give you. And it's Kiki's final episode, so there's that.
This one is all about Mexico, the ocean, rich white people, and human trafficking.
Strap in for a fun-filled ride through the Popeye's buffet, people with accents, Greece, the Pope, womens' rights, and... leasing people?
Rob goes to see Dave Matthews, Tre brings up the Santa Fe incident, and then Dale bizarrely has to start defending good movies.
Rob has a dream about Harrison Ford hosting Miss America. Also, smoking scorpions and Tre's failed threesome.
Tre Tutson officially joins the cast, and immediately wants to know why Rob does act like he looks, and how Native Americans lost North America to the magic of boats.
It's a full episode dedicated to Pauly Shore's desperate plea for attention.