The legendary Carl Reiner, a man who has been an inspiration to Greg from the time he was 12, is dumb enough to agree to be a guest on Fitzdog Radio.
From ABC's Happy Endings and Anchorman 2, Eliza Coupe describes her father Ernie and resists Greg's attempts to turn him into the next sitcom star.
Comedian/musician/new dad Nick Thune shares tales of his wife breastfeeding and Al Madrigal almost beating up a man in Atlanta for touching Nick's head.
Busy Philipps and Jason Nash, co-stars of "Jason Nash Is Married," talk about the perils of working in Hollywood and the joys of being a parent who can afford a nanny. Also, the situation in Iraq is talked about in terms that even an idiot could understand.
In gruesome and sometimes humiliating detail, Greg recounts the stories behind the 19 scars on his body. Emotional ones in the next episode.
Mike Gibbons subjects himself to 11 hardcore questions about himself conveniently written by himself.
NOT Supreme Court Justice John Roberts comes out of the closet for the 14th time after Greg makes a gay joke at the start of the podcast. He then talks about his ideal life as one of the stars of Bob's Burgers.
Greg interviews one of the biggest YouTube stars of the last five years -- Jimmy Tatro from 22 Jump Street. Greg becomes depressed while wrapping his head around the fact that Jimmy is 22 and good-looking and has a budding career. Things get bitter.
Dan St. Germain takes time away from developing his FOX TV show and appearing on nearly every cool show on TV to discuss key parties in his Connecticut hometown and getting punched in the face.
Radio, TV, and stand-up superstar Tom Papa recounts his recent experience shooting his own pilot for CBS and having it not picked up. He also attempts to get out of a dinner plan with Greg involving their wives.
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.
America's darling, Dave Attell, talks to Greg about going out with a bang and how to be relevant online while being dirty in the clubs.
From HBO's Veep and FXX's Legit, hotshot actor Dan Bakkedahl discusses his start at Second City, followed by his stint on The Daily Show and now the big lights of Hollywood.
Brody Stevens talks about starring in his own Comedy Central show. Brody also opens up about his use of bipolar medications and how he keeps steady in the crazy world of stand-up comedy, TV production and audience warm-up.
Former roadie for the Rolling Stones and star of Animal Planet's "Emergency Vets," Denver's own Kevin Fitzgerald tells stories from the road and the bush.