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Apr 17, 2011

Greg talks about the CRAZY past few days he's had doing press everywhere from the Howard Stern show, to Chelsea Handler, to other podcasts, and how the shows at Carolines in New York have been doing. He then talks to Jim Gaffigan about their time coming up in comedy and entertainment. They talk about the struggle, the highlights, how they made it, and a terrible, terrible voicemail Greg left for Jim one day. Greg also plays fan favorites Overheards and Half-a-Man.

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  • almost four years ago
    Nurcan
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    Ryoji
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  • almost four years ago
    Kentien
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    Alee
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