Greg and Alison discuss whether one should go through life self-assured and accepting or kicking and screaming in an insecure rage questioning who we are. And some news stories.
When it comes to landing three-ways, having an Asian fiancee with a black belt has made Brad Williams a little person in big demand.
Legendary American comic Ritch Shydner shares great stories about Kinison, Hicks and Kevin Meaney.
An interview with the late great Kevin Meaney where he talks about rage, coming out of the closet and having a crush on Ellen DeGeneres. He was one of the best
From Veep and Bob’s Burgers, UCB alum Brian Huskey talks about being THAT guy you recognize from his hundreds of roles in Hollywood.
Greg tells his friend from Chelsea Lately how much her star football player husband is worth, and she decides to buy some new shoes!
Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura talks about weed, WikiLeaks and Washington.
Get your Sunday Papers! Fresh take on this week's news from the Fitzdog.
Hot off winning TWO Emmy Awards, Rob Corddry talks about his new HBO show Ballers.
The return of the lovely Matt Braunger brings a lively discussion of pot legalization and commercial shoots.
Premier podcaster & cool chick Alison Rosen has a marathon talk with Greg. Hilarious mixed with heavy.
From Sons of Anarchy and the X Games, Kurt Yaeger talks about recovering from losing his leg and living in Texas.
Samm Levine talks about working with Tarantino and joining the mile high club (not w/ Quentin.)
Greg brings you a new edition of the "Sunday Papers."
From Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Goldbergs, Jeff Garlin talks about the new season of Curb.
Emmy award winner and legendary comic David Feldman opens up about his divorce and how Playboy ruined his life.
Joey "Coco" Diaz recounts tales of murder, theft, and putting cocaine somewhere you wouldn't believe.
Recently nominated for an Emmy, show favorite Melora Hardin talks to Greg about gas and other things.
Tom Green and Greg open the phone lines and talk about comedy and Trump. (At the same time.)
Greg’s cohort the Aceman talks about family and the future of African Americans in this country.