Class act Tom Dreesen shares stories about touring with Sinatra and the Los Angeles comedians' strike.
Manly man from "Dirty Jobs" and voice of "Deadliest Catch” Mike Rowe talks to Greg and makes him feel like a girl.
Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath returns to the show and talks about the greats and not-so-greats of 90s music.
From TV's second best show Silicon Valley, Kumail Nanjiani describes his love for stale bread.
420 survivor Doug Benson talks about being a vigilante at SXSW and on the I-10.
Kevin Pollak talks about the difficulties of being a serial killer and announces that he drove to the show in an Autopilot Tesla.
Nick Kroll drops in and talks to Greg about their tough childhoods growing up in Westchester County, New York.
Country music sensation Wheeler Walker Jr. debuted at #9 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart and is the nastiest son of a bitch in country music.
Korean-American comedian/actor from East LA/Koreatown Danny Cho helps Greg improve his skills at “Guess the Asian.”
The great Ari Shaffir talks about getting laid in acting class and asks Greg to come on his TV show.
Get your Sunday Papers! New edition with Greg reading you the Sunday paper. Highlights include Trump’s fall and Kim’s tits.
Comedian and psychedelic guru Duncan Trussell takes Greg hitchhiking through the galaxy.
Comedian/author Bonnie McFarlane talks about the joys of breastfeeding and life on the road as a female comic.
Comedian/actor and now host Adam Ray talks to Greg about the first time they masturbated. (Not together.)
Fresh off of 10 years of comedy around the world, Tom Rhodes is back in LA and talking about Voltaire.
Dane Cook returns to the show to reminisce about some of the Boston greats and the sad fall of Myspace.
Greg’s good buddy and Hollywood actor extraordinaire Greg Germann talks about fixing his dishwasher and asking out the hottest girl in school. (Neither ends well.)
Time again for Greg to read you all the news you need to know from this week's “Sunday Papers.”
The great Gilbert Gottfried makes Greg laugh for an hour.
Comedy legend David Steinberg tells stories about working with Pryor and Miles Davis in New York City. One of the best storytellers ever.