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.
Kevin Shinick crowds into Greg's office near the airport and puts up with his shit. He's an actor, a Marvel Comics writer, an Emmy award winner and the creator of Cartoon Network's MAD.
Comedian, Seinfeld writer, author and gay Jewish former vegan Carol Leifer dispenses advice on making it in show business and beyond.
Famous Hollywood sitcom writer and novelist Kristin Newman recounts her romantic exploits abroad. Her new book, What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding, is out now!
From Anchorman 1 & 2 and 120 other film and TV roles, friend of the podcast David Koechner talks about rage and depression and comes up with an animated series called "Fitzdog!"
Greg takes you on a journey to Yosemite with his sitcom family. Portions of an interview with Josh Wolf bring it home.
The legendary Carl Reiner, a man who has been an inspiration to Greg from the time he was 12, is dumb enough to agree to be a guest on Fitzdog Radio.
From ABC's Happy Endings and Anchorman 2, Eliza Coupe describes her father Ernie and resists Greg's attempts to turn him into the next sitcom star.
Comedian/musician/new dad Nick Thune shares tales of his wife breastfeeding and Al Madrigal almost beating up a man in Atlanta for touching Nick's head.
Busy Philipps and Jason Nash, co-stars of "Jason Nash Is Married," talk about the perils of working in Hollywood and the joys of being a parent who can afford a nanny. Also, the situation in Iraq is talked about in terms that even an idiot could understand.
In gruesome and sometimes humiliating detail, Greg recounts the stories behind the 19 scars on his body. Emotional ones in the next episode.
Mike Gibbons subjects himself to 11 hardcore questions about himself conveniently written by himself.
NOT Supreme Court Justice John Roberts comes out of the closet for the 14th time after Greg makes a gay joke at the start of the podcast. He then talks about his ideal life as one of the stars of Bob's Burgers.
Greg interviews one of the biggest YouTube stars of the last five years -- Jimmy Tatro from 22 Jump Street. Greg becomes depressed while wrapping his head around the fact that Jimmy is 22 and good-looking and has a budding career. Things get bitter.
Dan St. Germain takes time away from developing his FOX TV show and appearing on nearly every cool show on TV to discuss key parties in his Connecticut hometown and getting punched in the face.
Radio, TV, and stand-up superstar Tom Papa recounts his recent experience shooting his own pilot for CBS and having it not picked up. He also attempts to get out of a dinner plan with Greg involving their wives.
Indie television hot shot Brandon Johnson describes his journey from high school dropout to Second City and now to the bosom of every cool TV show on the air. Together, he and Greg pitch the next great American sitcom.