Nick Di Paolo recalls dark memories of living in a basement in Venice Beach. He’s also got a gripe with Stephen Hawking.
From the hit show “24,” Mary Lynn Rajskub not only makes Greg laugh, but more importantly makes him think.
From "Super High Me" and "Doug Loves Movies," Doug Benson returns to the show.
The lovely Sklar Brothers regale Greg with stories from around the country.
From the Sex Pistols, the amazing Steve Jones talks about stealing cars and the beauty of a taint strip.
From The Daily Show, comedian/actor/agitator Al Madrigal talks about his wife’s cousins visiting from Korea.
Greg’s old Boston pal Jimmy Dunn is back in LA, looking to follow up his starring role in “The McCarthys” on CBS.
Mike Gibbons is back to talk about meeting Mel Brooks and make his 2017 predictions with Greg.
From TV, film and the stage, comedian Tom Papa talks to Greg about whether he is codependent. Listen, because he needs to know what you think.
After 45 appearances on Letterman and stand-up specials everywhere, Jake Johannsen has a marathon talk with his buddy Greg.
We start off with an abridged edition of “The Sunday Papers” and close out with a short interview with one of Greg’s heroes -- the legendary Brian Wilson!
Comedian, writer for Conan and bestselling author Laurie Kilmartin talks about how she dealt with the death of her father by Tweeting about it.
Adult Swim star and guitar wizard Brendon Small goes through the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees.
Master roaster/comedian/writer and friend Tony Hinchcliffe discusses the medicinal uses of magic mushrooms.
Greg and Tig spend a rainy day in her sun room discussing why Andy Kindler is having a hard time breaking through in show business.
Hotshot writer/director John Hamburg (Meet the Parents & Fockers & Zoolander) gets his mother on the phone and talks about his new film, “Why Him?”
The mighty Neal Brennan talks about his new Netflix special and what it was like writing with Chappelle on SNL three weeks ago.
Comedian/writer/actor Andrew Santino talks about his new show "Here’s the Rub" and the ideal restaurant experience.
Emmy and Golden Globe winner Michael Chiklis recounts his journey from struggling bartender in New York to acting journeyman in LA, with stops at marriage and fatherhood along the way.
From Chelsea Lately, your bookstores and your comedy clubs, the outspoken Jen Kirkman turns in an awesome interview as always.
Born in Havana, Cuba, Joey Diaz talks about his feelings on Fidel Castro dying this week. Sadly, we also talk about his fungus toe.
In his triumphant return to the show, Omar Epps talks about having a daughter the same age as Greg’s. (Sadly that age is 13.)
From "Parks and Recreation" and his own woodshop, Nick Offerman weighs in on the election and inner peace.
Sometimes dreams come true -- Greg reached out months ago to one of his musical idols and here she is. Macy Gray has a great laugh.