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Aug 10, 2010

Greg has Bob Saget in for this podcast from the Venice studio.

 

Bob talks about the song "My Dog Licked My Balls" which Greg plays during the podcast, after which Greg asks Bob about being an offensive man.

 

Greg attempts to take a turn to the serious in the podcast when he wants to get real with Bob Saget, talking about his career, the money he made, and playing a quick game where both Greg and Bob attempt to be honest and not deflect. They also talk about who they consider comedy legends.

 

They wrap up the show with Liar's Poker ... is it a ploy to get Bob to say "Full House"? You'll have to listen to find out.

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    I think flaws make us relate able to other plpoee. Once we share some of the things that we aren't too proud of i think we realize that they are more common then we think. For example, I also married my first boyfriend who by the way i didn't date officially until i was 24 years old. He was also someone i met online and i definitely had to make all of the moves. I like to tell plpoee that he was my mail order husband and that i had to knock him over the head caveman style and drag him back to my cave to get him to date me lol.And the only thing that got me to really get over myself and make a move was that i lost my virginity to a one night stand a week before contacting Andre9. I'm super classy.I have also had major weight problems for the majority of my life. I've gained and lost too many times to count and even though i have promised myself that i wouldn't gain back the weight i am now at the heaviest i have ever been. There are some of my over shares as i don't actually write on my blog lol. I think your ability to talk about these things with a wide audience. I will be preordering your book as soon as it is available
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  • almost seven years ago
    god
    Saget is a hack.