From the hit show "Drunk History," Derek Waters explains to Greg how he has cast people like John Lithgow and David Cross and then why he was late to the podcast.
From the TV shows Mom and 3rd Rock from the Sun, French Stewart calls his mother to find out whether or not his older sister is a bastard. Also, French and Greg make their Emmy picks.
The Bitter Buddha, Eddie Pepitone, sits in Fitzdog Studios and explains his use of Morse Code as social media and why he almost cancelled because of traffic.
E! superstar Ross Mathews talks about the recent controversy related to transsexuals, and Greg preps him for his new talk show.
Jay Larson, host of Esquire TV's "Best Bars in America," enjoys sitting out on Greg's patio telling stories of drinking his way around the country while being filmed.
Ron Funches deals with the shocking news about Robin Williams, but the mood in the room rebounds as he reveals his fetish for orange pubic hair.
Jerry Ferrara, Turtle from "Entourage," has gone on to score roles in some big hit movies since leaving the show, and now rounds it out with a booking on Fitzdog Radio. He & Greg develop a show idea they will be out selling in the next few weeks.
Mike Gibbons helps spitball some ideas for Greg's new travel book: "Negative Trips: Bringing Your Bad Energy To Otherwise Beautiful Places In The U.S. And Abroad."
Nate Corddry from CBS' "Mom" somehow puts up with Greg's rude behavior to describe a love scene with an ex-girlfriend and being paid to not work.