Many have complained, time and time again, that the Supreme Court's refusal to allow cameras in the courtroom is the wrong move. Cameras in the court would help Americans understand how the co-equal third branch of the government works. It would increase transparency and trust in the Court's decisions as well. And, it would likely be extremely entertaining.
Alas, there are no cameras in the Court, not unless you sneak one in. There are microphones, but audio recordings of oral arguments are usually released days after the cases are argued, when the case is no longer news. Media coverage is typically done with Art Lien's amazing sketches and the audio feed, which makes for must-not-see TV. It's a stupid problem to have, but it's still a problem.
Fortunately, HBO's "Last Week Tonight" has an answer. If you haven't seen what the show's host John Oliver did to revolutionize coverage of Supreme Court cases, you need to stop everything and watch this clip now: