Greg and Mike Gibbons welcome comedian Jimmy Shubert to this week’s podcast. Greg tries to educate Cioffi about how to use a yoga class to get laid, Jimmy suggests going hiking to meet girls and everyone confuses it for a rape plot. Greg describes how horrible his kid’s soccer team is, he compares homeless people to seagulls, they take your overheards, play liars poker, and they all tell their best getting caught masterbating stories.
Greg talks about race with Mike Gibbons, plays fan favorites Overheard and Half-a-Man, and chats with his close pal turned recent superstar Zach Galifianakis, whom he used to pitch shows with. Listen in to see how those pitches went.
Greg has musician extraordinaire Kyle Gass swing by the podcast. Kyle Gass invents a new word that Greg loves, and tells a great story about being busted. Greg and Kyle break down the alternative comedy scene, Greg breaks out his awesome metaphor skills, and they play fan favorites Half-a-Man and Rank 'Em.
Greg welcomes Brian Posehn and Mike Gibbons to this weeks podcast where Greg wonders how such a giant nerd like Brian got an attractive wife, Brian gives his top five famous people he has smoked weed with, and Mike talks about how Snoop Dogg almost gave Bob Barker a contact high. Brian reveals his regrets of not using his Just Shoot Me fame to get sex, Greg explains why AA is a great place for a comedian to work on their material, Brian and Greg agree they both hate men who wear flip flops, and Mike Gibbons shares a letter sent home from his youth.
Greg does a podcast from the Atlanta Punchline.
Greg has Bob Saget in for this podcast from the Venice studio.
Bob talks about the song "My Dog Licked My Balls" which Greg plays during the podcast, after which Greg asks Bob about being an offensive man.
Greg attempts to take a turn to the serious in the podcast when he wants to get real with Bob Saget, talking about his career, the money he made, and playing a quick game where both Greg and Bob attempt to be honest and not deflect. They also talk about who they consider comedy legends.
They wrap up the show with Liar's Poker ... is it a ploy to get Bob to say "Full House"? You'll have to listen to find out.