Indie television hot shot Brandon Johnson describes his journey from high school dropout to Second City and now to the bosom of every cool TV show on the air. Together, he and Greg pitch the next great American sitcom.
NPR superstar and podcasting pioneer Jesse Thorn gives an in-depth interview about the history of true podcasting and where it's headed. He is lovingly insulting towards Greg.
"Young and the Restless" star Lauralee Bell describes balancing both a career and raising a family -- waking up with kids, shooting all day, returning home to make dinner, helping with homework and then ingesting 25 pages of script to shoot the next day.
Indie filmmaker/podcaster/comic book guru/actor/cult figure Kevin Smith tries to explain all of the slashes in his life.
From Girls Behaving Badly and about one thousand other projects, comedienne Kira Soltanovich talks about the joys of Korean women scrubbing her naked body inappropriately as often as possible.
Master of "the ruckus" JB Smoove waxes metaphorical about staying on the football field of entertainment and why "Curb Your Enthusiasm" has been a perfect fit for him.
From the hit show "Deal with It" and Yahoo!’s wildly popular TV recap show, "Primetime In No Time," Theo Von talks about maintaining your mental health and trying to sound intelligent with a Southern accent.
From "Childrens Hospital," "Parks and Recreation," and MTV's "Human Giant," Rob Huebel shares his hopes for marriage and talks about almost being beaten to death at a sushi restaurant.
Bald Bryan, legendary sidekick from The Adam Carolla Show, shares some emotional stuff about his struggle with inoperable brain cancer -- specifically, what type of three-way he would request from his wife as a last wish.