Greg talks about a number of controversial news stories, including his own theft of Bill Cosby’s material.
The Sklar Brothers play a round of golf with Greg and then reminiscence about their MTV days in the '90s.
From SNL and about 30 funny movies, Kevin Nealon recounts how a large rat ran though a comedy club and stole the show.
Taking a break from breastfeeding, Kira Soltanovich tells Greg some dirty jokes in Russian.
The phone lines are opened on Fitzdog Radio! Hear the tale of a man in the Ozarks who gets drunk with seven friends, sacrifices a lamb and then eats it.
From "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up," Wayne Federman talks about watching Kinison destroy in NYC.
Legendary TV writer/producer Steve Skrovan will walk you through how an episode is pitched, written, rewritten and produced. Also how all actors are children.
Dr. Emily Morse, the sex therapist from "Dr. Drew," gives Greg advice on keeping sex fresh in your marriage. NSFW, but fine for the unemployed.
From "Orange is the New Black" & “Clipped,” Lauren Lapkus does NOT tell Greg how many guys she’s been with.
Mike Gibbons gets drunk on tequila and joins Greg for a discussion of Catholicism, Caitlyn Jenner and the death tax.
Greg takes calls from his listeners and then finally talks to his Aunt Jo from the Bronx, who declares that a woman should never be president.
Whitney Cummings talks about her healthier new body image and tries to tell Greg his legs are not too skinny.
From “The Hangover” & “The Fighter & The Kid,” Greg’s old pal Bryan Callen discusses how you get a good nickname and how to bury a body in WWI.
Greg flies solo and describes almost losing his penis in a home repair accident. He may or may not have cried. Find out!
From the dirty streets of North Bergen, New Jersey to the Fitzdog Studios, Joey "Coco" Diaz unleashes on men in sandals and guys who drive Priuses.
Greg’s old pal and "America’s Got Talent" runner-up Tom Cotter talks about the golden days of stand-up in Boston and the horrors of telling jokes on ships.
Show favorite Bob Saget riffs about how he is developing his new stand-up material and his new series "Fuller House."