Ben Hoffman whose brand new Comedy Central show premieres talks about wishing he was gay and how his parents still pay for his therapy. Mike Gibbons sits in and boasts about how he co-created Ben's new show "The Ben Show".
Recovering from his broken foot while alone in an Atlanta hotel room, Greg shares a beautiful note from his son and recounts bombing on stage in front of his agent.
Eddie Pepitone ("The Bitter Buddha") explains life as an angry spokesman for the apocalypse. They do the 2nd installment of the hottest new segment in podcasting "Fly on the Wall".
Keegan Michael Key from Comedy Central's Key & Peele talks about his hit show, single parent black homes and then creates the hottest new segment in podcasting "Fly on the Wall".
Harland Williams discusses his new standup special which was shot in the desert without an audience. There is lots of fun when the boys discuss the rights of a fetus!
In NY for a funeral, friend of the show Dave Attell and comedian Mike Vecchione sit down with Greg and console him with the gift of laughter.
From The Dixie Chicks, Natalie Maines describes life as a full time mom and how she was once mistaken for a dead girl with Down's Syndrome
Greg and Mike Gibbons, the two oldest men in America, talk about hemorrhoids, acid reflux and Mike crying in therapy. Rated NC-45.
Dave Koechner (Anchorman, Taladega Nights, The Office) discusses life, career and the organization of Greg's garage. Bonus long episode!
High atop the Sierras in Lake Tahoe, Greg insults and instigates his fellow comedians Howie Nave and Johnny Loquasto. A fresh powder of your overheards are read and prostitutes are discussed. RECORDED ON GREG'S IPHONE
Greg interviews Kevin and Eliana about their experiences being positioned to do porn. Greg embarks on his new journey to stay positive in 2013.
Star of The League and his own Comedy Central show, Nick Kroll talks to Greg about the high school they both went to. Greg reveals how something went horrible with the sister of a fellow student.
Another attemps is made to peel back the cheer demeanor of Pete Holmes and expose his hateful side. Pete, Greg and Gibbons talk about self help and sex.
Greg and Dov pretend they are wizards and discuss whether true happiness is attainable. They also read your 'Overheards'.
Greg reviews his year, checks on his predictions from last New Years Day and makes new predictions for 2013. Also the list of Top Ten Podcast Episodes of the year is announced. Inspiring episode for America.
Fellow Boston comic Gary Gulman talks about his new special and his dark past. Why did he disappear from Dane Cook's "Tourgasm"? How did he blow his money reducing his ex-girlfriend's breast size? Find out now.
Alison Rosen, sidekick on "The Adam Carolla Show" describes recovering from clogging her date's toilet while having dinner at his house. They also talk about some other stuff.
Greg welcomes Mike, Eliana and Kevin into the studio for an awkward holiday podcast. Turns out that Eliana has no resolutions because she thinks she is perfect. Kevin has many because he is totally fucked up.
Denis Leary invites Greg out to Boston to raise money for Cam Neely's Foundation for Cancer Care. While there he grabs interviews w/ Tom Poppa, Adam Ferrara, Don Gavin and Lenny Clark.
Mike Gibbons and Greg discuss making porn safer for the performers and how they can make it safer for them to watch it themselves at home. Once they get to parakeets the podcast really takes off.
WTF leader Marc Maron goes toe to toe with Greg talking about history, politics and humanity. Both men lose.
Joe Rogan points out what many of us already knew, that the Old Testament is a journal of drug use from 3000 years ago. Moses ate DMT growing wild and hence spoke to the "burning bush". Then Joe got a little out there.
Greg and Chelsea Peretti discuss how she became one of the hottest comedians on the scene and where she is headed (HINT: "the bigtime")
Friend of the show, Andy Richter gets personal while sitting in his offices at the Conan show. Also, Mike Gibbons gives his review of Book of Mormon.
Jonathan Katz (Dr. Katz Professional Therapist) joins Greg in reminiscing about their comedy days in Boston and about the time that Greg almost got his first TV credit from Katz. They talk about Explosion Bus, Jonathan's newest animated project with fellow writer Tom Snyder.