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Jul 20, 2010

Greg does The Kilborn File and records a podcast detailing the experience.

He starts it off with a quick monologue, talking about what he thinks may happen during the show.

He then interviews the host of The Kilborn File, Craig Kilborn, from his own dressing room. Craig wonders why Greg ever hosted the porn awards, and Greg asks Craig about being a lothario.

He also talks to comedy great Martin Mull.

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