At a loss for a guest, Greg is relegated to doing the podcast with his producer and associate producer, Kevin Kraft and Eliana Horeczko. He talks about the death of Amy Winehouse, the tragedy in Oslo and the closure of the last remaining Borders Book Stores.
Greg does the podcast from Venice, California after a slow day of hanging out with the family and relaxing. He starts with a little talk about Amy Winehouse, goes right into Malebag and talks about the other various games that have been a part of Fitzdog Radio, and talks about some old-timey candy. He then tells a story about a friend of his father's and the restaurant Rao's.
Greg talks to former Senior Writer on Saturday Night Live, Hugh Fink, before going onstage at the UCB theatre. Hugh was recently mentioned on Letterman for one of Greg's favorite bits, which Hugh graciously does on the podcast. They talk about their experiences writing on various shows, and fights that almost happened at the workplace. Greg and Hugh talk after the show about how it went, and a joke Greg pulled back from. Greg also does a little intro from the Venice studio, where he plays fan favorite Overheard.
Greg does the podcast from the Punchline in San Francisco this weekend, and talks about some of the podcast fans he met while performing there. He also breaks down the difference between bachelor and bachelorette parties, how guys and ladies treat their drunk during those parties, and tells an incident of a bachelorette party hassling him at the Punchline. He also talks about working on the show he is running for VH1. He then talks with the booker and the feature act from the Punchline, who respectively talk about some historic moments at the club and great stories with Greg, and how to work on his comedy act.
Greg talks with Dana Gould about the delicate balance of comments on Twitter, the legend that is Bill Murray and their celebrity neighbors. Then they talk about Greg’s pilot, chocolate cocks and gluten-free communion wafers. And what show would be complete without some classic Overheards and a new Talk Your Way Out of It!