Rick explores doomsday paranoia in the nuclear relics of the Pacific Northwest.
While in Barcelona the cast of Fuck, That's Delicious was treated to a tour of the La Boqueria.
Action flamenco dances, dabs, and makes paella with his best friends.
Ian speaks with transgender woman Ashley Diamond, who endured abuse in a male prison and had no access to her hormone treatments.
Ian travels through the American South to explore the LGBTQ+ experience there.
Krishna meets illegal pot dealers and growers trying to enter the legal industry.
Ian talks to former Senator Wendy Davis about conservative politicians in the South and the negative results of their decision-making
Krishna meets Kingston, a black market master grower in Atlanta looking to go legit in the legal weed industry.
With their economy in shambles and a simmering war with Russia, Ukraine's citizens depend on smuggling contaminated, illegal cigarettes into the EU for survival.
We visit an eccentric cigarette smuggler on his compound and discuss the ethics of smuggling "cheap whites" across borders.
California has had water problems since day one. Rick breezes through to get a whiff of what the future has in store for the Sunburned State.
How will virtual reality change the future of football?
While Action Bronson and the crew were in Hawaii, they got to try lumpia, a Filipino dessert.
Action, Eric Andre and Earl Sweatshirt learn that American founding fathers may have known about Ancient Aliens.
The whole crew is reunited in Hawaii in a celebration of short ribs and boogie boarding.
Krishna meets Hidrow, an underground weed concentrates maker in the UK, who risks his life distributing medical marijuana to those who can't access it legally.
Ian travels to France, a city he once lived in as a student, to look at what it's like for LGBTQ persons whose stories and struggles are often hidden.
Krishna follows underground medical pot patients and providers as they dodge the law to deliver back alley healthcare, in a country that considers them criminals.
Ian speaks with French artist Emilie Jouvet, who discusses the law preventing single women and lesbian couples from receiving artificial insemination.
A new kind of dating is changing the rules of prostitution and romance.