On Jim's final episode, he discusses the world's first penis transplant, exposes the brutal practice of shark finning and explains why too many choices can be a bad thing.
Jim examines the decline of religion in America, investigates the Japanese trend of appropriating African-American culture and asks panelists to identify racist scenarios.
Jim looks at recent Facebook controversies, enlists Rep. Madeleine Dean to help him run for office, and talks to author Barry Glassner about America's "Culture of Fear."
Jim breaks down the latest Halloween trends, finds out whether sex trafficking is linked to legal prostitution, and compares American and British chocolate manufacturing.
Jim explains why people love conspiracy theories, looks at why policing is safer in Australia and shares the latest news about how humans have doomed their own planet.
Jim unpacks the Trump impeachment inquiry, visits South Africa to learn about traditional medicine techniques and weighs in on how U.S. culture tackles mental health.
Jim discusses the spate of recent deaths linked to vaping, visits Japan to examine the decline of sex among young people and looks at the disappearing stigma around STDs.
Jim discusses the consequences of "cancel culture", shares how inclusion is changing the toy industry, and laments a hairy situation.
Jim explains why free college for everyone might not be a good idea after all, finds a compromise between socialism and capitalism, and celebrates the Emmy Awards.
Jim gives his take on some unpopular opinions, visits Hong Kong to learn about "citizen scores" and scrutinizes America's nonchalant attitude about data security.
Jim weighs in on ancestry testing, chats with Ty Burrell about giving opportunities to kids in foster care and examines how kid influencers are vulnerable to exploitation.
Jim looks at how gamification gets people addicted to tech, tries to figure out if Australia has a gambling problem and explains why strict laws don't curb addiction.
Jim explains why the funeral industry is exploitative and wasteful, seeks happiness by attending his own mock funeral in South Korea, and devises a new model of retirement.
Jim explains why zoos are a good thing, goes on patrol with an anti-poaching task force and sticks up for an underappreciated member of the animal kingdom.
Jim looks at the discriminatory barriers trans athletes face, sits down with a transgender scientist and marathoner, and examines the state of LGBTQ rights in Thailand.
Jim looks at the rise of the NRA as a lobbying group, visits Chicago to see how the city became a proxy in the gun-control debate and tries to save after-school programs.
Jim examines the many flaws in America's nuclear weapon stockpile, takes a critical look at doomsday-prepping advice and sits down with North Korean defectors.
Jim explains how the internet radicalizes white nationalists like the shooter in New Zealand, visits Australia's anti-immigration border fence and examines public shaming.