Greg has Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath on today's podcast, as well as co-host Mike Gibbons. They start off by talking about Mark's life, and what music Greg's kids are listening to lately. Greg talks about masturbating in the studio earlier, his masturbation habits when he flies, and what living in Venice is like. They break down the standup of Mike Gibbons, when a surprise knock on the backdoor reveals Norm MacDonald who sits in for the rest of the podcast.
Greg has friend of the show and fellow Bostonian Mike O'Malley back on the show to discuss last week's Andy Dick hijinks, the use of language, and the true impact of harmful rhetoric, and what should be done about it.
Greg talks about being in Philadelphia, and what the shows have been like at the Helium Comedy Clubso far. He also talks about his fall is looking like, busy with some road shows, and TV show that just got picked up. He also covers the Andy Dick incident, what he was thinking during it, and what happened after it. He plays fan favorites "Malebag" and "Overheard".
In the podcast that occurred post-Andy-Dick-fit-of-rage, Greg covers a variety of wholesome topics like pedophilia, gay puppet marriage and asking women to go topless in films. Greg and Andy then go on to the fun stuff by discussing how they would like to die. Once they’ve covered all the sobering topics, Greg moves on to overheards and the classic “Talk Your Way Out of It!”
Greg discusses being on vacation on the East Coast with his family, staying at extended family members places, and missing a few podcasts during that time. He also talks about some podcasts he recorded while on the trip that have yet to be released, and what his plan is for the fall. He then discusses his father, some hard times in his relationship, his final memories of him, and a nice story about remembering him at Rao's.
Adam Carolla talks to Greg about his annoyance with lazy people, what it means to be successful, and when Adam feels okay with mailing it in. Then Greg and Adam exchange dog poop stories and Greg brings a Carolla-hater to Adam’s attention. Greg asks Adam a serious question about life and death, how to deal with it, and how it relates to some every day scenarios. They wrap up the podcast with some talk of hemorrhoids and a Talk Your Way Out Of It?
Greg starts off this podcast from his sister's house in Northern Westchester, NY and doesn't have much to do. He talks about his work on the pilot, how being dead inside helps him power through the business a bit, and what's up next for him. He talks about a great trip to Nantucket where he did a set, and celebrated his anniversary. He wraps up the monologue with some Overheards before getting to some interviews with other comedians.