Pastor and author Rob Bell gets deep - both in the ocean and about religion.
When Chelsea helps Pete find something to wear for the show, it ends in a rubber mask.
Heaven has been turned into a club. It's dope and fierce.
Pete tells you the secret to having a good life.
Patton explains that sometimes his audiences don't enjoy his comedy in the way he originally intended.
Finding the premise to a joke from years ago can be disorienting.
Comedians are really just one step away from being serial killers.
Patton worked with Pete on his online "Badman" series and dissects some of the flaws in the original Batman story.
He doubts there is a doggie Heaven.
You've heard a lot of voicemails from Pete's dad. Here's one from his uncle.
Professor X has some bad news for the leader of the X-Men.
Pete's greatest fear is having two super athletic sons.
Prostate exams are never fun... especially this one.
You'll never look at Legos the same way again.
Growing up with deaf parents has some perks, and including being able to decipher between "hungry" and "horny."
Our amazing fans submitted Nightmare Pete, Balloon Pete, Borat Pete, and more.
It's official. We've picked our Fan Art Contest winner. Watch now and find out if you won.
St. Pete finds a new way to entertain himself at the Pearly Gates.
Pete urges everyone to put their phones down and enjoy life! If you need him, he'll be in the bathroom with his.
Pete fulfills a life long dream of interviewing "Saved By The Bell" actor and inadvertent father figure - Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
"It's either that or I look like I should be tying a woman to a train track."
That is according to critic Pete Holmes.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar gives Pete the inside scoop on the best trivia and hairstyling techniques from the set.