Steel Panther fans call in from around the country to file paternity suits and track down lost jewelry. Don't miss this one.
Greg digs deep into the mind of "The Walking Dead's" Josh McDermitt to find out if he had a bad childhood.
Star of House and ABC's Resurrection, Omar Epps shares with Greg his experiences coming up with Tupac Shakur.
Greg's longtime friend, stellar comedian Nick Di Paolo, recounts a fight on stage in Boston and makes Greg cry.
From the hit series Transparent, Melora Hardin helps Greg break down the terminology of LGBTQ. John Matthews comes to the rescue.
Greg makes his yearly predictions and checks on last year's. He and Mike Gibbons take a look back at 2014.
From Little Britain, Bridesmaids and much more, Matt Lucas hangs out with Greg at his new job.
Comedian and producer Paul Provenza joins Greg to talk about the future of comedy.
Comedian Josh Wolf talks about pot legalization. Also he warns people against eating an entire edible.
Comedian Kyle Kinane helps Greg count down the 20 professions with the highest rate of suicide. Besides podcasting.
From "The Heart, She Holler," Heather Lawless talks about being famous without ever being recognized on the street and the horrors of being seated at a bad table at a wedding.
Greg is on the edge of his seat as Pauly Shore describes a day in his life. Spoiler alert: It ends with him getting laid.
The pretty half of Tenacious D, Kyle Gass, talks about his new band and an Asian tour.
Fitzdog Radio opens up the phone lines with guest Jimmy Pardo. Guess whose Twitter announcement drove more calls to the podcast?
From FXX's "The League," Steve Rannazzisi reveals that there may very well be nude photos of him online.
From "Dumb and Dumber To," Rob Riggle shares stories from the military & Hollywood.
International star & possible Philly mobster Dom Irrera tells the truth about it all.
Andy Kaufman wingman Bob Zmuda talks about his days with Robin Williams before storming out of the studio. Either Greg or Bob skipped his meds that day...
Comedy Bang! Bang!’s Scott Aukerman reviews the winners of the “9 Best Sitcoms of All Time” contest and does a joke about the new Ouija movie.