- 413 · 21 Minutes And Away We Go...
- 441 · 21 Minutes Joan Rivers Gets Quizzed in the Face
- 439 · 21 Minutes Did You Hear Madonna Died?
- 437 · 21 Minutes Are You Smarter Than a Gay Fifth Grader?
- 435 · 21 Minutes Ask an Asian!
- 433 · 21 Minutes Where in the World Is Scarlett Johansson's Vagina?
- 431 · 21 Minutes The Meryl Streep Showdown
- 430 · 21 Minutes Can Rachel Dratch Name 20 White People in 30 Seconds?
- 429 · 21 Minutes Drunk Rich
- 427 · 21 Minutes Television Is the Greatest Thing to Ever Happen to Me!
- Insane, Extraordinary Prizes! Mash-ups
- "La La Land or Nicki Minaj?" with Stephen Colbert! Show Clips
- The New York Bubble with Stephen Colbert! Show Clips
- Super Sloppy, Semi-Automatic Double Dare! with Keegan Michael-Key! Show Clips
- Can You Separate The Art From the Artist? Show Clips
- Do Gay People Care About John Oliver? Show Clips
- Billy's Best Holiday Moments Mash-ups
- Debra Messing You Gays! Show Clips
- Jacob Tremblay Is More Successful Than You Show Clips
- Escape Margot Robbie's Moment! Show Clips
- Aziz on the Street! Show Clips
- The New Suicide Squad, with Andy Samberg! Show Clips
- Patriotic Sing-A-Long with Elena Show Clips
- Lupita Nyong'o Brings the Pain Show Clips
- Immigrant or Real American? Show Clips
Funny Or Die's Billy on the Street with Billy Eichner is a pop culture game show that follows unfiltered and unapologetic comedian Billy Eichner as he hits the streets of New York City to test unsuspecting passersby. Billy gives contestants the chance to win cash and other prizes by playing games such as "Quizzed in the Face," with lifeline options to "Beg a Stranger" or "Compliment His Hair." Other games could include "Dead or Boring?" and "Name 20 White People in 30 Seconds."
An Emmy nominee for hosting Billy on the Street, Eichner appeared in a much buzzed-about Billy on the Street segment with Seth Meyers on last year's Primetime Emmys and was named People Magazine's Breakout Star of 2014. Billy on the Street has garnered wide praise from critics. The New York Times called it "uproarious... Eichner is doing things within the confines of the television set that feel loose, unpredictable and appealingly wrong." Entertainment Weekly named Billy on the Street to its weekly "Must List." USA Today called it "your new favorite show." And The Huffington Post heralded it an "LOL-worthy" series packed with "frantic hilarity."