01:38 — Check out a sneak peek of Billy on the Street, Season 5.
00:50 — The Difficult People star and Billy on the Street host recalls the time he met Bill Clinton
02:31 — Chastity and Cherish join Billy for some Rihanna trivia in a special edition of "Sho' Nuff or No He Didn't."
02:43 — Billy meets a woman who hates Coldplay, movies, and Rachel Ray.
01:53 — Billy puts Rachel Dratch in a Snuggie and challenges her to name 20 white celebrities.
02:03 — Billy gets into a shouting match with a man who has the audacity to like Glenn Close better than Meryl Streep.
01:33 — Billy talks to Anansa about Jon Bon Jovi outside Harlem's historic Apollo Theater.
02:29 — Billy takes to the streets to find out if a random stranger is smarter than a fifth grader from Bridgewater, New Jersey.
02:10 — In this game, Billy asks a stranger if celebrities such as Jenna Elfman are either British or a Scientologist.
02:07 — Jill has a very edgy Sharon Stone vibe, which Billy enjoys. Watch her play "Indian or Not Indian."
01:50 — Tired of unrealistic songs about universal beauty? Billy composes a new, more accurate song.
01:36 — Billy quizzes New Yorkers on Shia LaBeouf, Salma Hayek, Kathy Bates, Jennifer Hudson, and more!
Billy meets a woman who hates Coldplay, movies, and Rachel Ray.
Can Kristen Johnston name 10 things about her former 3rd Rock From the Sun co-star in 30 seconds?
Billy plays 'Children's TV Show From the 80s or Musician?' with Amir and his French dog Loic.
Billy quizzes New Yorkers on Shia LaBeouf, Salma Hayek, Kathy Bates, Jennifer Hudson, and more!
Hank Azaria must identify whether a fact is about Charlize Theron, singer Tyrese, or Denise Richards.
Billy asks New Yorkers questions for a dollar, which they may or may not decide to spend on fruit.
Billy and P!nk play Billy's new favorite game, 'P!nk, Meryl Streep, or Who Cares?' while suspended in the air.
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- Premiered: December 18, 2011
- Rating: None
- Premise: Pedestrians field music and pop-culture questions in this comedic trivia-theme game show. (more)