The WORST Episodes of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Oct 19, 2021

Network: TBS

Applying her smart and satirical point of view to current and relevant issues, Samantha Bee provides her nuanced perspective on world events, repartees with newsmakers from across ideological spectrums and stabs injustice with the hot poker of comedy.

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August 14, 2019

#1 - August 14, 2019

Season 4 - Episode 20 - Aired Aug 14, 2019

Full Frontal takes a dip into the bizarre mystery surrounding Jerry Falwell Jr.'s pool boy, fills up on southern grub and reproductive justice, and welcomes Betty Who to take this summer out on a good note.

star 7.11
64 votes
August 26, 2020

#2 - August 26, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 20 - Aired Aug 26, 2020

Full Frontal addresses the Republican party's alarming support of far-right fringe candidates, details the country's most cringe-worthy racist monuments in "The Amazing Disgrace", and interviews Rep. Pramila Jayapal to get some pointers.

star 7.13
38 votes
September 23, 2020

#3 - September 23, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 24 - Aired Sep 23, 2020

Full Frontal offers an important message in response to the loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, elaborates on the horrifying for-profit industry that is private detention centers, and sends Mike Rubens to find out how to anticipate this election’s October Surprise.

star 7.19
37 votes
December 9, 2020

#4 - December 9, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 31 - Aired Dec 9, 2020

Full Frontal predicts the lasting effects of Trump's pardoning spree, basks in the warm glow of Congresswomen-elect Cori Bush's optimism, and makes a strong case for treating housing like a human right...because it is!

star 7.20
40 votes
April 22, 2020

#5 - April 22, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 9 - Aired Apr 22, 2020

Sam "gets her sweat off" in her woodland gym, argues that the country is nowhere near ready to reopen, and interviews frontline health care workers facing a massive shortage of PPE. Plus, Mt. Joy performs from Sam's shed!

star 7.21
47 votes
October 30, 2019

#6 - October 30, 2019

Season 4 - Episode 26 - Aired Oct 30, 2019

star 7.22
59 votes
January 27, 2021

#7 - January 27, 2021

Season 6 - Episode 3 - Aired Jan 27, 2021

Full Frontal shines a light on Biden's plans to fix the Trump vaccine rollout disaster, explains why pandas are cute but should probably be extinct, and makes the case for the disbarment of Gollum's less attractive brother, Rudy Giuliani.

star 7.23
35 votes
June 24, 2020

#8 - June 24, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 15 - Aired Jun 24, 2020

Full Frontal delves into all the ways our country has continuously harmed its trans citizens and calls on its audience to show their support for the Black Trans Lives Matter movement!

star 7.23
43 votes
September 2, 2020

#9 - September 2, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 21 - Aired Sep 2, 2020

Full Frontal reacts to the police shooting of Jacob Blake and their sanctioning of militia violence in response to the protests. Sam also investigates why women turn to pseudoscience.

star 7.24
42 votes
May 13, 2020

#10 - May 13, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 12 - Aired May 13, 2020

Samantha Bee, who like the rest of the country is still adjusting to working from home, is broadcasting new episodes from her backyard! Executive Producer Jason Jones, Bee's husband and quarantine roommate, will film the episode from a socially distant six feet away - and even further away if it's a better angle for Bee.

star 7.24
45 votes
August 19, 2020

#11 - August 19, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 19 - Aired Aug 19, 2020

Full Frontal offers some sage advice on what to expect out of the 2020 election, investigates the lack of diversity in journalism, and enjoys a performance from Sylvan Esso.

star 7.26
42 votes
February 13, 2019

#12 - February 13, 2019

Season 4 - Episode 2 - Aired Feb 13, 2019

Full Frontal attempts to calm some of the Green New Deal-induced hysteria, calls out fatphobia in the media, and sends some love to the lonely billionaire hearts of the world.

star 7.26
87 votes
February 10, 2021

#13 - February 10, 2021

Season 6 - Episode 5 - Aired Feb 10, 2021

Sam makes a case for the $15 minimum wage, skewers the racist foundations of America's Greek life system, and compares the treatment of peaceful protesters to that of violent insurrectionists.

star 7.27
33 votes
May 22, 2019

#14 - May 22, 2019

Season 4 - Episode 12 - Aired May 22, 2019

Sam addresses the dire state of journalism in America and offers advice for Democrats feeling the need to appear on Fox News: just say no! Sam sends her correspondents out to help pick their brand of Democratic presidential candidate.

star 7.28
76 votes
July 1, 2020

#15 - July 1, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 16 - Aired Jul 1, 2020

Full Frontal highlights the president's continued war against the free press and pushes a new campaign to support the endangered Postal Service!

star 7.30
37 votes
December 16, 2020

#16 - December 16, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 32 - Aired Dec 16, 2020

Full Frontal celebrates the holiday season with an episode dedicated to the Georgia runoffs! Sam gives a rundown of what these races mean and interviews Senate candidate Jon Ossoff, while Allana Harkin travels to Georgia to meet voters.

star 7.30
37 votes
March 3, 2021

#17 - March 3, 2021

Season 6 - Episode 6 - Aired Mar 3, 2021

Full Frontal finally puts the “Can Women Have It All?” debate to rest, uses Governor Andrew Cuomo as an example for holding politicians accountable, and sends Allana Harkin to Palm Beach to see how welcoming Trump’s new neighbors have been.

star 7.31
32 votes
September 16, 2020

#18 - September 16, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 23 - Aired Sep 16, 2020

Samantha Bee argues the importance of down ballot races this November, while Naomi Ekperigin gets a lesson in effective social media activism that deserves to go viral. Plus, Black Pumas perform!

star 7.31
35 votes
March 24, 2021

#19 - March 24, 2021

Season 6 - Episode 9 - Aired Mar 24, 2021

Full Frontal reacts to the NCAA’s treatment of its female college athletes, brings awareness to the threat of cyberattacks on our nation’s hospitals, and sends Mike Rubens to Atlantic City to see what it’s like to (maybe) have hope post-Donald Trump.

star 7.32
31 votes
April 1, 2020

#20 - April 1, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 6 - Aired Apr 1, 2020

Sam gets the hang of this 'doing a show from the woods' thing with an episode that's full of the impact coronavirus has had on women, a discussion with Stacey Abrams, and a tune that's the perfect accompaniment to filling out the census.

star 7.33
46 votes
November 4, 2020

#21 - November 4, 2020

Season 5 - Episode 28 - Aired Nov 4, 2020

Full Frontal summons all of its strength to deliver a response to the election...whatever the results may be! With the help of special guests, Sam delivers the post-Election Day episode we've been anxiously awaiting the last 4 years!

star 7.33
33 votes
January 13, 2021

#22 - January 13, 2021

Season 6 - Episode 1 - Aired Jan 13, 2021

Full Frontal returns for its first episode of the new year with an important message: if it takes an attempted coup to get Republicans and social media platforms to take action against Trump, you don't have to applaud them!

star 7.33
36 votes
February 3, 2021

#23 - February 3, 2021

Season 6 - Episode 4 - Aired Feb 3, 2021

Sam investigates why it's apparently only acceptable for rich bros to make money off the stock market, connects the dots between climate change and racial justice, and tries to find where all the PPP money went.

star 7.33
36 votes
March 20, 2019

#24 - March 20, 2019

Season 4 - Episode 5 - Aired Mar 20, 2019

Full Frontal reminisces on 2017's greatest hits, starting with that Muslim ban that is totally still a thing! Plus, Sam does a lightening round intro of the approximately 5,000 dems who have announced their 2020 presidential campaigns.

star 7.34
68 votes
July 31, 2019

#25 - July 31, 2019

Season 4 - Episode 18 - Aired Jul 31, 2019

Full Frontal wades into the debate surrounding student loans, makes the case for decriminalizing migration alongside Julián Castro, and travels to the home-state of everyone's favorite swamp monster, Mitch Mcconnell.

star 7.35
71 votes