It's time for more shock and "Aw, no he didn't!" as General Jeselnik and his platoon of guest comics continue their assault on good taste and the week's most bizarre stories.
Reigning prince of comic darkness Anthony Jeselnik doesn't just say what you're afraid to say; he says what you're afraid to think - as he and a panel of fearless comedians (Aziz Ansari, Amy Schumer and more) take on the week's headlines and lowlights.
Anthony reveals the best part of being pope, explores the funny side of cancer, and asks an expert about d**k pics.
Andy breaks out some vintage jokes, and Brett is concerned about his bowel movements.
She\'s not feeling so great about it.
Anthony shares some child mortality stats, explores what happens when group sex gets violent, and makes Patton and Nick defend their tweets.
John Mulaney and T.J. Miller discuss the Aurora shooter\'s conversion to Islam.
A new study finds the leading cause of death for children in America.
Anthony questions the fashion choices of Kate Winslet, Barack Obama, Guy Fieri and James Holmes.
Anthony Jeselnik\'s new series premieres Tuesday, February 19 at 10:30/9:30c on Comedy Central.
When the Canadian pop star makes an offensive Holocaust reference, Kumail Nanjiani and Reggie Watts weigh in.
Anthony shows off his staff\'s diversity, discovers strip club tax breaks, and makes Andy and Brett defend their tweets.