Frangela (Frances Callier and Angela Shelton) shatter all stereotypes about African Americans in record time talking about their house on Martha's Vineyard, their father's house on a golf course and the fact that they showed up 20 minutes before the interview started.
Greg dreads a visit to his doctor who plans on going to third base with Greg (again). More crazy stories form Pittsburgh and some support to listeners who suffer from depression.
TJ Miller comes in to talk about his new Comedy Central show Mash Up. And then breaking a long standing tradition by African Americans, comedian actor Jerry Minor arrives two weeks early for his appearance on the show.
From the hit show "24". Mary Lynn Rajskub guests on the first podcast done from Greg's new studio in Mar Vista CA. In the middle of a deep and often hilarious discussion they decide to do a live show together as a pilot for a television show.
Butch Patrick (Eddie from The Munsters) shares the pain of crack addiction and trying to get Andy Dick sober.
Greg interviews Wayne Federman who you know from "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "40 Year Old Virgin" and one million other credits. He is a good sweater wearing American.
A lively chat about the Emmys takes a left down cancer street into a three cock masturbation pileup.
"The Gratitude Podcast"; an emotional Greg takes a rare moment to feel good about his life. Last week he filmed his one-hour stand up special and produced his own pilot. He couldn't have done it without a lot of help from his friends and family. Greg will return to his regularly scheduled negativity on the next podcast.
Greg's interview with Nikki Glaser (co-host of "You Had to be There" podcast and the upcoming MTV series "Nikki and Sara" turns sexy and serious as Greg dispenses unsolicited advice and asks inappropriate personal questions.
The legendary Judd Apatow joins Greg and then refuses to allow him to end the podcast. They talk about Judd's new movie "This is 40" which comes out in December. Greg was blown away by the film and the interview.
Greg goes deep into the life of comedy producer/ writer/ host Scott Aukerman of "Comedy Bang Bang" and "Mr. Show" fame. There is talk about nun's habits and the cruelty of the circus.
The Sklar Brothers sit down with their old pal Fitzdog and tell an outrageous story about Richard Simmons sucking on Randy's thumb in first class in front of Laura Dern
Trapped in a desolate hotel room in Kansas City, Greg is forced to record his podcast on an iPhone before playing a pre-recorded interview with the great Dom Irrera.
Greg fails to hit the record butting for the podcast. After talking for an hour, Greg has to apologize for blowing it and ask Andy (and Mike Gibbons) to stick around to do the whole thing over again. Keep in mind that they had also already done a one-hour show on Sirus/XM together and you can understand the insanity that ensues.
Bryan Callen, from the Joe Rogan Experience and his own podcast, explains himself after a rude cancellation earlier in the week. Find out if Greg lets him off easy or brutally destroys him.
Mike Gibbons admits when he has sex with women they get cancer and Joe Rogan calls in to get his friend Bryan Callen out of trouble for cancelling his appearance on the podcast
The long awaited conclusion to the epic 2-part uber-interview with Sarah Silverman.
Sarah Silverman talks urine, rape and Adam Carolla's Aspergers. Greg tries to chart out Sarah's future career for her and fails. This is part 1 of a 2-part uber-interview.
Artie Lange drops by an interview with Todd Barry and the 3 talk about getting shafted by agents, addiction and whether they will die alone. Greg announces his one hour special date and location.
LIVE podcast from the Nerdist Theatre in Hollywood. Matt Walsh, co-hounder of the UCB Theatre sits down with Greg and annihilates a room full of people ranging from hot chicks revealing dirty secrets to nerdy guys trying to hide them.
The Fitzdog Radio staff reminisces about their near brushes with sexual assault as Mike Gibbons sits in the corner and weeps.
Mad TV's Mike McDonald returns to the show to break Hollywood wide open and explore where God and reality can hang out together without getting into a fistfight. Also your "overheards".
Greg and Jeff heal some old wounds and explore their childhood fears in an intense episode including a rare appearance by Mike Gibbons.
Jim Jefferies and Greg talk about their moms, money and interviewing porn stars.
Joey Diaz from The Joe Rogan Experience shares his biggest regret and his fears for the future in a series of stories that will make you question why Cubans are not allowed in this country.