Strangers are stopping Beth on the street to address her resemblance to Gina from "Martin."
The difference actual fun and stuff that's supposed to be fun? Booze.
Pete's best puppet friend stops by to work on some new produce jokes.
Natasha thinks guys need to stop pretending to be Ernest Hemingway and grow up already.
Natasha tried to help Martin pronounce her name and got a piece of his mind instead.
Shaq never carries more than $20 on him because he's just that famous.
Therapist Pete tries a little too hard to understand Matt's porn addiction.
It's easy to love lovable people, but the real virtue is in shining some love on the less-perfect folks.
Dale tries to explain to M. Bison that running a street fighting tournament makes no financial sense. Feat. Patrick Heusinger.
Now that he's a dad, Big Jay worries that his years of porn consumption will come around to bite him in the ass.
They were assaulted with finger foods by a hostile crowd in Atlantic City.
Koopas have feelings too. No one told Mario.
Leave the guilt and keep the pleasures.
Nonna's from the old country and may have ties to the Mafia, so Pete better watch what he says.
Is that what Ray really sounds like?
Ray has to make sure he's dreaming before he starts to enjoy himself.
Pete and Ray snuggle up and share their drowsy ideas.
Join us in wondering what greatness could've been, with titles like "Safe Drunk Driving" and "Pineapple Boss."
At least Sherlock was able to determine that Watson's parents have been married longer than they've been alive.
Pete has to say EVERYTHING the writers put on his cue cards.
Hopefully it's not too late for Magneto to change his business cards.
Marty's "Sick Dick" may have been out of character, but it's an instant classic.
Unexpected comedy is the funniest kind of comedy out there.
Professor X tries to fire his arch nemesis Magneto. Feat. Rob Huebel.
Joe loves Taco Bell, hates Ramen, and feels uneasy about organic juice and Girl Scout Cookies.