Live from the stage of Laugh Boston Comedy Club Greg interviews Boston legends Mike McDonald and Tony V.
Alison Rosen, from The Adam Carolla Show and "Alison Rosen is Your New Best Friend" plots with Greg to launch a new syndicated daytime talk show where they talk about hemorrhoids and periods.
Iranian-American comedian-actor Maz-Jobrani talks-jokes with Greg-Fitzsimmons in this highly-hyphenated podcast-interview.
Comedian/philosopher Dov Davidoff talks about his father being part-time gay. Greg and Dov sing the praises of their booking agent Justin.
Joey Diaz rolls in like a hurricane and shows why he is one of the biggest podcasting voices around today. Eat an edible and enjoy.
Greg asks his listeners to tweet him topics for the show and then begins recording an hour later armed with dozens of topical, philosophical and vulgar premises. The rest is podcast history. He then says good-bye to someone special.
Emmy Award winning writer David Feldman shows why he is loved and respected by all comedians and feared by small children.
Co-creator of Chappelle's Show Neal Brennan hangs out with Greg and Gibbons. They compare notes about growing up in Irish families.
Greg opens his heart to the "Queen of Mean" and finds out she is vulnerable and in the prime of her life. She then calls Greg "slightly off-putting".
Paul Scheer, from "The League", "Human Giant" & "Best Week Ever" joins Greg in his manager's office and talks about their evolving friendship.
Colin and Greg talk about what they love and hate about doing comedy in clubs and how to keep from getting bitter about it.
Greg Proops sits in Greg's home studio/garage and proves during a pop quiz that he is indeed the Smartest Man in the World. During the interview Greg's dogs have a vicious fight.
One of Greg's signature "solo" podcasts where he lays out his relationship to his audience and shares a chilling near death experience.
'America's Got Talent' runner-up Tom Cotter sits down with his friend of 23 years The Fitzdog. Tales are told of wilder days and Tom talks about crying on National Television (Like a baby)
Cutting edge comedian Natasha Leggero tells Greg he's sexist but that he's a good person. The two discuss a recent scene from her new web series "Tubbin' With Tash" where her guest urinates while Natasha is... you'll have to listen to hear the rest.
Now living in NYC, comedian Ari Shaffir talks about rough sex and not liking men at airports touching his junk.
Comdedian Extraordinaire Jake Johannsen is about as good as it gets. Honest funny and interesting. He talks about starting his own religion and dealing with depression.
Mike Gibbons sits in while Ross Brockley calls in and explains how Kennedy was killed. Mike then explains exactly how the towers went down.
Greg weighs in on a comedian punching a blogger in the face after the guy badmouthed him on Twitter during his set. Warning: this podcast talks briefly about man-scaping.
Joe Rogan comes in studio and talks about how some feminists now claim that if a woman has even one drink sex can be considered rape. Joe also shames Greg about his Prius.
A fascinating look behind the scenes of the creation of both "Seinfeld" and "Everybody Loves Raymond" with Executive Producer Steve Skrovan.
Bryan Callen from The Hangover movies and MadTV steps up to the task of covering 5 topics in one podcast: politics, existentialism, masturbation, pop culture and entertainment.