Rob Corddry fields calls from listeners as well as an emergency call from his wife. Greg and Rob talk about their wild teenage years.
From Mom and Breaking Bad, Matt Jones chronicles his early 20s living in Amsterdam doing sold-out improv shows and then scoring a gig on the greatest television show in history.
Greg talks to fellow comedian Nate Bargatze about doing stand-up in a stranger’s living room on New Year's Eve.
Fitzdog Radio breaks new ground with a one-hour call-in show featuring people from all over the world. Global warming is solved and a man with an itchy rectum is talked off the ledge.
The Simpsons storyboard artist Brad Ableson talks to Greg about his early life of crime and how, at age 19, he found himself in his dream job -- drawing for his favorite show. [Links: Biatches & Save Virgil]
From HBO's Silicon Valley, Thomas Middleditch talks about working with the legendary Mike Judge and launches into a dead-on impression of a drunken Orson Welles.
Greg talks about how dumb jocks are and is visited by Mike Gibbons, who explains how a divorced man shops at Crate and Barrel.
Sarah Colonna (from Chelsea Lately and show business) talks about her beautiful feet and her new boyfriend (a younger man with a Super Bowl ring.)
American pop star Mark McGrath talks to Greg about whether or not what Ray Rice did was wrong. Greg also tortures Mark with a rock 'n' roll pop quiz.
Hot off his jet ski trip from Chicago to New Orleans, Kurt Braunohler sits on Greg's patio and talks about people getting pecked in the bunghole by chickens.
From "The Family Guy" and the "Hollywood Babble-On" podcast, Ralph Garman sits down in Fitzdog Studios and joins Greg in criticizing the pope. Otherwise it is very positive.
From the hit show "Drunk History," Derek Waters explains to Greg how he has cast people like John Lithgow and David Cross and then why he was late to the podcast.
From the TV shows Mom and 3rd Rock from the Sun, French Stewart calls his mother to find out whether or not his older sister is a bastard. Also, French and Greg make their Emmy picks.
The Bitter Buddha, Eddie Pepitone, sits in Fitzdog Studios and explains his use of Morse Code as social media and why he almost cancelled because of traffic.
E! superstar Ross Mathews talks about the recent controversy related to transsexuals, and Greg preps him for his new talk show.
Ron Funches deals with the shocking news about Robin Williams, but the mood in the room rebounds as he reveals his fetish for orange pubic hair.
Jerry Ferrara, Turtle from "Entourage," has gone on to score roles in some big hit movies since leaving the show, and now rounds it out with a booking on Fitzdog Radio. He & Greg develop a show idea they will be out selling in the next few weeks.
Mike Gibbons helps spitball some ideas for Greg's new travel book: "Negative Trips: Bringing Your Bad Energy To Otherwise Beautiful Places In The U.S. And Abroad."
Nate Corddry from CBS' "Mom" somehow puts up with Greg's rude behavior to describe a love scene with an ex-girlfriend and being paid to not work.
The hilarious and beautiful Nikki Glaser sits on Greg's back patio and talks for a long time about stand-up, sobriety and why she didn't bother to do her hair and makeup for Fitzdog Radio.