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."
Greg opens up the phone lines and has a long discussion with his friend Judd Apatow, who is celebrating the successes of his movie and book.
Bobcat Goldthwait and Barry Crimmins talk about their award-winning documentary "Call Me Lucky," which portrays Barry taking on online child pornography in front of Congress and winning
Greg talks to Dana Gould about his keynote address at The Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy & Arts Festival. And how Dana's parents forget all of his childhood memories.
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.