Sitting at an outdoor cafe in Hollywood, Greg talks to a young, talented man named Jerrod Carmichael. They ate well and one of them seems to have been hitting on the waitress.
The delicious Loni Love takes us from the projects of crack-era Detroit through engineering school ending up with a career in TV and stand up. She also explains why black people eat a lot of chicken.
Hot off being fired from a writing job because of something he said on a podcast, Sean O'Connor continues his march toward self-annihilation. Some top-notch "Overheards" and "Fly on the Walls".
The podcast series from the Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin rounds out with a live show from the stage of the Cap City Comedy Club. Devout Atheists Janeane Garofalo and Ari Shaffir square off against the vague sense of God shared by Greg and Andy Kindler.
Another podcast from the Moontown Comedy Festival in Austin. Tom Rhodes talks about his amazing life and all things comedy.
Star of Weeds and SNL, Kevin Nealon talks to Greg about celebrities they've met and been intimidated by. Kevin describes how he spends his days tracking down small amounts of money from the insurance company.
Greg does his 1st "Walk and Talk" podcast with comedy phenom Michael Che in Austin TX.
A tornado named Joey Diaz comes in and destroys the studio and Greg introduces a new sponsor Ting.
Friend of the podcast Rob Corddry explains tiny cock porn to Greg, and the two men fantasize about hot homeless ladies.