Nick Swardson joins Greg live at the UCB theatre to discuss parking etiquette, the difficulty in changing phone numbers as well as losing your phone number to someone else. Then Greg and Nick do live audience Overheards, play Liar's Poker and Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg is joined by author Merrill Markoe to discuss comedy and comedian's legacies,
her work producing David Letterman and TV Nation, the art of a good Twitter joke, and creating
a great stand-up set, and a dash of political talk.
On the road in Florida, Greg tells of the negative effects of Jimmy Buffet, his fellon cabbie, and attention seeking sluts. Then Greg talks with comedian Forrest Shaw about his career in Florida and the east coast, as well as his love for his cats.
Greg welcomes Andy Richter to the show as they discuss their careers, raising kids, and Andy's relationship with Conan. Then they answer some Twitter questions, do the Overheards and play "Talk Your Way Way Out of It".
Greg recounts the past week in politics, going to audtions, bouts with new years depression, and does some overheards and checks the mailbag.
Greg rings in the new year with his predictions for 2012, and goes through the Overheards and the mailbag, then sits down with comedian Graham Elwood and discusses his comedy tours in Afghanistan.
Greg recalls time with his family over the holidays, watching movies, getting schooled by little kids at laser tag and hits some overheards.
Guest Jimmy Pardo of Pardo Patrol and Never Not Funny Podcast talks with Greg about stand up, how annoying it is to have to book guests and how Greg was an awful guest on Jimmy's show.
Fitzdog Radio rings in the holidays! Greg recalls some antics from a holiday buffet party with his wife and holiday shopping experiences. Greg then rolls through some FitzMail and the Overheards.
Guest Bob Saget asks Greg about his butt and what he lets in there. Then, they discuss standup, do some overheards and try and see who can out-gross who with butt talk.
Greg runs down his past week doing standup with Tom Arnold and running into an old girlfiend. Then Greg reads some Overheards and checks the mail. Finally Greg sits down with Eddie Pepitone to discuss his new comedy album "A Great Stillness", selling out, and dealing with anger.
Guest Kevin Nealon, Mike Gibbons and Greg talk about Jury Duty, tiny colon cameras, Franklin & Bash and therapy. Then Kevin gives his advice on where to get a tattoo and why.
Greg and guest Margaret Cho talk about Cyber Monday, masturbation and the joys of being a stand up comic. Followed up with some classic Overheards and a Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg talks about his Thanksgiving plans and his experience sitting next to a soldier on the plane. He then takes a call from comedian Rick Overton and reads some Malebag and Overheards.
Greg interviews the people that are responsible for Pumped!, his new TV series, and does some Malebag.
Greg discusses the Penn State scandal and uncovers past 'scandals' with his 'lackey' Kevin Kraft. He then talks about how he won major dad points by giving his son the best birthday present ever and then immediately left for a weekend in Vegas. We get into the nitty gritty of Vegas and then some Overheards and Malebag.
Don't forget to tune in to Greg's new series Pumped! Thursday, November 17th at 6PM/PST on The Speed Channel.
Greg and guest Tom Arnold talk about rehab and how hard it is as comics to like themselves. Then Tom tells the story of how Chuck Lorre slammed him with every Hollywood bigwig he met and enlightens Greg on his project, Jewtopia. They finish off the show with some Overheards and Malebag from China.
Greg recaps the past week on the road, as well as Halloween and a poker game with the pals. Then he gets to fan favorites Overheard and Malebag.
Greg does this podcast while travelling to Cleveland for some shows. Starts off discussing the news and happenings in a monologue, but gives you some clips of his shows in Cleveland to listen to as well.
Greg releases the second part of his interview with David Wild. He first talks about his recent touring, taping Pumped, and meeting good people. He then gets the playlist that David Wild called out for in the last podcast. Greg plays fan favorite game Malebag before getting to the interview and chatting with David about television production, and dealing with show runners.
Greg is in New York and talks to comedian Dave Attell about his new show, fetishes, and what Ron Jeremy has been up to lately. They talk about their father's professions, and how that influenced their career. Greg also plays "Touch Me Quickly" and "Overheard" before having to wrap up to catch the Jets game.
Guest and supreme Nerdist Chris Hardwick takes the time to explain to Greg what makes someone a nerd; his in depth description validating his own nerd status. They discuss the rebirth of Hardwick's career, and what makes someone a nerd or a geek. Then Mike Gibbons joins in on a lively discussion about Web Soup and why Web Soup never lived up to potential. And then there is some Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg talks about Real Steel and how it motivated him to motivate his son. Then he shares his experience in Austin and his awesome street team member, James LeDoux. Mike Gibbons finally arrives to the podcast and gets into a discussion about Wall Street and the McDonald’s Hot Coffee Lawsuit. The episode comes to a close with fan favorites Overheards and Malebag.
Greg does today's podcast with broadcaster, actor, amateur comedian Chris Jacobs. Greg explains his research process for the guests on the show, and how truly thorough it is, and why he couldn't trust wikipedia for information. They discuss the emotional issues Greg deals with, how he is late for everything, how he is working on dealing with those issues, and a related story from Chris Jacobs. They then talk about Overhaulin' and other Speed Channel shows, including Greg's which he is busy shooting. They also talk about late night TV, and agree that Jimmy Kimmel is their favorite.
Greg has rock music critic and tv writer David Wild in for today's podcast. Greg talks to David about the idea of doing two separate podcasts, one on music, and another on tv writing. David starts off with a great story about honesty in Hollywood and a surprising response from a big shot executive regarding a deal that went all pear shaped. They talk more about the industry, and great music.