Louis C.K. with Sam Smith
Louis C.K., Emmy award winning creator and star of FX’s “Louis,” hosts for the second time, and Sam Smith performed “Stay With Me” and “Lay Me Down.” Sketches included Healthcare.gov Meeting, Office Boss Baby, Jos A. Bank Cleaning Product, Mr. Big Stuff, Darth Vader Action Figure, Private Eyes, Dyke and Fats, Chris for President and Romantic Speech.
President Obama and his advisers come up with unconventional ways to raise enrollment in affordable healthcare. This includes edgy social ideas involving Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, Harry Styles and Pope Francis.
Louis C.K. Monologue
Second-time host Louis C.K. tackles world hunger, his children, the battle of the sexes, heaven, god, the chicken vs. the egg and women’s rights all in one monologue.
Mark, an in over his head white professor of African American studies competes against Amir and Keeley on Black Jeopardy with categories such as It’s Been a Minute, Had That Been Me and White People.
Office Boss Baby
An employee brings his wife to the office to introduce her to his boss who is brilliant, a great man and has the body of a baby.
Jos A. Bank Cleaning Product
Spills can be annoying, but Jos. A. Bank offers great prices on suits that can mop up messes better than any paper towels.
Sam Smith: Stay With Me
Musical guest Sam Smith performs "Stay With Me" off of his upcoming In the Lonely Hour album.
Cecily and Colin tackle such topics as Georgia gun laws, an Obama duck hunt, mandatory haircuts and combat dolphins. Guests are Steven A. Smith (Jay Pharoah).
Mr. Big Stuff
A group of ladies sitting on a stoop attack a passerby with song, completely misjudging a humble man as arrogant.
Darth Vader Action Figure
Just to be safe, a man asks his doctor to check in his butt for a Darth Vader action figure.
A man and woman partner debate whether or not to affect their working relationship with sex and pajama hole cutting.
Dyke and Fats
Dyke & Fats are Chicago PD’s unstoppable duo as an old CBS sitcom.
Sam Smith: Lay Me Down
Musical guest Sam Smith performs "Lay Me Down” from his upcoming In the Lonely Hour album.
Chris for President
Chris Fitzpatrick is running for class president, and has some very specific goals and qualifications.
Dave pleas to his former love, Stacey to take him back, but gets heavily sidetracked with some odd requests and a theme park idea.