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May 18, 2010
Greg does the podcast from the Fitzdog Studios in Venice this week. He starts off the podcast by recapping a HUGE party that Jimmy Kimmel threw for Howard Stern that was full of A-listers. He goes on to check in with Intern Brian Meyer, who was in a recent automobile incident.

Greg throws Cioffi a bone and lets him plug the podcast he does on the side. Greg also recaps his weekend in Boston where the black sheep of a family attacks him and accuses him of being a pedophile. 

Greg decides to try to help Intern Brian and Cioffi and get laid, but knows it'll be an uphill battle.

He wraps up the show with your Twitter questions and Overheards, and decides he's going to be friends with David Arquette.

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