Hurricane Tom Arnold explodes in the Fitzdog Studios and makes some bold predictions for 2016
You asked for it, and now Greg has gone and done it: The Sunday Paper edition. Sit back and read the news with Greg.
David Koechner talks about David Bowie and Greg’s recent voyeurism.
From ABC’s "Fresh off the Boat," Chelsey Crisp walks Greg into an audition room and explains how you get the part.
Greg and comedy superstar Brody Stevens take some live calls as we ease into 2016.
Actress Ally Walker sits down with Greg to talk about writing & directing "Sex, Death & Bowling." She also explains why she prefers staying home with her family rather than going to Hollywood parties.
From TruTV’s hit show "Friends of the People," Jermaine Fowler discovers he and Greg lived next door to each other. Also: Overheards.
Legendary legend Henry Rollins talks about what it’s like inside North Korea and ridicules Greg’s joke about Turkey.
From “24” and every cool TV show ever made, comedian Mary Lynn Rajskub talks to Greg about physically going after a heckler in Florida.
From "I Love You, Man," "Married" and her new film “Slow Learners,” Sarah Burns and Greg start a heavy metal band called “The Final Sacrament.”
From The Daily Show and eight other jobs, Al Madrigal sits down with Greg to discuss living the American Dream and not having any money for his child's education.
On a visit to Conan's offices, Greg gets Andy Richter to open up.
Greg Proops comes in and discusses human history from the Neanderthals through the Friday night late show in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Jay Mohr invites Greg to his house and talks about their shared history.
Theo Von tells a sweet story about being paid 50 bucks to watch a couple have sex in a van.
International stand-up Jim Jefferies discusses his atheism and how his kid shit under a couch.
Jimmy Pardo swaps stories with Greg about the shame and self-hatred involved in auditioning for Hollywood TV roles.
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.