Greg takes calls from his listeners and then finally talks to his Aunt Jo from the Bronx, who declares that a woman should never be president.
Whitney Cummings talks about her healthier new body image and tries to tell Greg his legs are not too skinny.
From “The Hangover” & “The Fighter & The Kid,” Greg’s old pal Bryan Callen discusses how you get a good nickname and how to bury a body in WWI.
Greg flies solo and describes almost losing his penis in a home repair accident. He may or may not have cried. Find out!
From the dirty streets of North Bergen, New Jersey to the Fitzdog Studios, Joey "Coco" Diaz unleashes on men in sandals and guys who drive Priuses.
Greg’s old pal and "America’s Got Talent" runner-up Tom Cotter talks about the golden days of stand-up in Boston and the horrors of telling jokes on ships.
Show favorite Bob Saget riffs about how he is developing his new stand-up material and his new series "Fuller House."
Chappelle’s Show co-creator Neal Brennan talks about his early days in Greenwich Village working at a comedy club and his recent success as a standup, IFC show host and director.
From Childrens Hospital, Human Giant and The League, Rob Huebel asks Greg whether or not he should reproduce.
From FX’s “Married” and Adult Swim, comedian Brett Gelman denies being a hipster and talks about Greg’s 16th anniversary.
Boston wise-ass Nick Di Paolo returns to talk politics and stand-up comedy, following his awesome appearance on the show in January.
From Ray Donovan and The Thin Red Line, Dash Mihok takes us down his road less traveled.
Star of “The Office” Kate Flannery takes us from her dad’s tavern in Philly to the set of one of the best sitcoms in the last 20 years. God loves the Irish.
NPR superstar and author Sandra Tsing Loh walks Greg through how he will handle his wife’s eventual menopause and his daughter's fertility cloud.
Filmmaker Adam Goldberg, one of the stars of The Jim Gaffigan Show, talks to Greg about The Beach Boys and filming with Elvis Costello.
Colin Quinn hangs out and reminds us all that chivalry is not dead but Manhattan may be. Awesome episode.