Mike Gibbons sits in while Ross Brockley calls in and explains how Kennedy was killed. Mike then explains exactly how the towers went down.
Greg weighs in on a comedian punching a blogger in the face after the guy badmouthed him on Twitter during his set. Warning: this podcast talks briefly about man-scaping.
Joe Rogan comes in studio and talks about how some feminists now claim that if a woman has even one drink sex can be considered rape. Joe also shames Greg about his Prius.
A fascinating look behind the scenes of the creation of both "Seinfeld" and "Everybody Loves Raymond" with Executive Producer Steve Skrovan.
Bryan Callen from The Hangover movies and MadTV steps up to the task of covering 5 topics in one podcast: politics, existentialism, masturbation, pop culture and entertainment.
Zach returns to Greg's garage (or did he never leave?) Racism is cured and there are plans made for bad television
Zach comes back to Greg's garage to talk to Greg and Mike Gibbons about how he has made it in Hollywood without hiring a publicist.
Follow Greg for a day in the life on the TV show he is producing for VH1 in Atlanta.
LIVE from Montreal Nick Kroll, Pete Holmes and Kyle Kinane talk dirty and then play "Talk your way out of it".
Greg has Jay Mohr over to his home studio where they do one of the gayest podcasts in the history of Fitzdog Radio. Lynyrd Skynyrd fans might want to sit this one out.
Mike and Greg discuss the Comedy Central roast and then Mike reveals possibly the best Overheard of all time.
Greg interrogates notorious party animal/alcoholic Bert Kreischer about doing drugs in a tour bus with Johnny Knoxville while he was still in college.
Taking time out of his busy schedule of being a perv Jim Norton talks to Greg about life and his new stand up special on Epix.
While viciously competing for the same audience at 2 different comedy clubs in Phoenix, The Sklar Brothers and Greg have a peaceful sit-down over breakfast. In the end there is a truce: Bring your ticket stub from one club to the other club and get $5 tickets. Or just see Greg.
Greg is disappointed that there was no drama during his family's visit last week. Mike Gibbons has figured out the secret to life.
From FX's "Louie" and "Tourgasm" Bobby Kelly sits with Greg in a crowded bar at The Montreal Comedy Festival and judge everyone around them.
Comedic genius Dana Gould talks about tornados being AIDS for the midwest and how his personal life has just changed drastically. Spoiler alert: He needs some luggage and hand lotion.
Mike Gibbons discusses his plan to leave show business and work at a Starbucks. A one-hour podcast explaining everything about television you would learn in 4 years of college.
Alone in her hotel room in Montreal, Greg interviews Tig Notaro about her rollercoaster last year. He also describes the chaos of her hotel room. You'll be shocked.
From the Montreal Comedy Festival Greg has a heated discussion with "30 Rock"'s Judah Friedlander and heavyweight comedian Godfrey. Marc Maron stops in to get things in order.
Fred Armisen hangs out with Greg in Portland. They talk about 80's punkk, 200's SNL and Fred's future in Portland and Hollywood.
Greg and Tom Papa commiserate about the bad manners of the 'have nots' and the problems with riding in the back of limousines.
Dane Cook discusses going to therapy for the first time, his relationship with Louis CK, the death of his parents and how E.T. changed his life.
Backstage at The Helium Comedy Club in Portland, Greg gets to know comedians Ian Karmel and Stacey Hilel and then catches up on some "Overheards".
Greg makes a scene on an airplane when somebody farts 3 times in 15 minutes. After a week in Woodstock NY he reports back on the state of hippies and swimming in the nude.