Greg does his 1st "Walk and Talk" podcast with comedy phenom Michael Che in Austin TX.
A tornado named Joey Diaz comes in and destroys the studio and Greg introduces a new sponsor Ting.
Friend of the podcast Rob Corddry explains tiny cock porn to Greg, and the two men fantasize about hot homeless ladies.
British comedian superstar Simon Amstell tells Greg about how tripping on ayahuasca in Peru changed his life and made him funny.
From Greg's hotel room at The Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin, Greg interviews old comedy pal Todd Barry. Intimate hard-hitting and mysterious.
Greg recounts his experience in Boston while they hunted down the bombers. Mike shows up stoned and talks for a long time.
Sitting in a Boston bar with comedian Lamont Price, Greg talks about the weeks events and what Boston is really like.
Trevor Moore from the Whitest Kids U Know talks to Mike and Greg about Mike's out-of-control step brother, and once again the discussion turns to God.
Greg goes toe to toe with confirmed atheist and web guru Joshua Topolsky. Find out what the next big thing is in technology and why Mike is losing money in basketball
Mad TV's Bobby Lee helps reinforce Asian stereotypes by being really Asian. He is very honest about some shit too.
Greg and Bill Burr launch into a fight at the beginning of the podcast, segue into the evils of show business, then come full circle talking about the joys of children and sports.
Jen Kirkman thanks Greg for defending her honor once, tells a scandalous story of her prom night, and describes how her best acting is done while drunk.
From "Dinner and a Movie" Paul Gilmartin gives a truthful account of a rocky childhood and how support groups and comedy helped him turn it around.
Tom Arnold tells the gripping tale of blue balling men the night before their weddings in Iowa. Also, women get "red-boned". And Mike Gibbons is drunk.
Greg calls his African American guest Dwayne Perkins out for showing up 22 minutes late for the interview. His answer is both Anthropological, social and dysfunctional. Walls come tumbling down.
Natasha Leggero is given 28 reasons to not get married by listening to Mike and Greg. Natasha laughs at a story of masturbation interruptus.
Heavyweight standup and motorhead Chris Titus describes the hilarious side to catching your wife cheating on you. Chris reveals things that he has never talked about before. And may never again.
Greg sits at the crossroads of his morality. Should he maintain his sober, monogamous, fiscally responsible lifestyle, or just be himself for a change? Mike Gibbons will bum you our with anecdotes about AIDS babies.
Taped live at The Houston Laugh Stop back when Greg had more hair and self-esteem.
Also on the album are prank calls which may or may not be libelous.
Greg Proops is forced to prove that he is in fact the smartest man in the world. Also, some exciting news and some very sad news.
Ben Hoffman whose brand new Comedy Central show premieres talks about wishing he was gay and how his parents still pay for his therapy. Mike Gibbons sits in and boasts about how he co-created Ben's new show "The Ben Show".
Recovering from his broken foot while alone in an Atlanta hotel room, Greg shares a beautiful note from his son and recounts bombing on stage in front of his agent.
Eddie Pepitone ("The Bitter Buddha") explains life as an angry spokesman for the apocalypse. They do the 2nd installment of the hottest new segment in podcasting "Fly on the Wall".
Keegan Michael Key from Comedy Central's Key & Peele talks about his hit show, single parent black homes and then creates the hottest new segment in podcasting "Fly on the Wall".
Harland Williams discusses his new standup special which was shot in the desert without an audience. There is lots of fun when the boys discuss the rights of a fetus!