Rob Huebel recalls getting arrested in the Bronx after 9/11.
Greg's boss Judd Apatow discusses his new standup special and the new season of Crashing.
Paul Scheer talks to Greg about their meteoric rise together through show business.
Christopher Titus and the Fitzdog tangle once again.
From the hit TV show "Adam Ruins Everything," Greg welcomes Adam Conover. Spoiler alert: He does not ruin the podcast.
Comedy legend Brian Regan talks to Greg about his new Netflix special.
The Fitzdog takes on the Ace Man! Epic.
Jay Larson gives us his take on Kevin Spacey. It may just rock your world.
Christina P. talks to Greg about how Harvey Weinstein never harassed her.
The one and only Napoleon Dynamite, John Heder, joins Greg this week!
Gibbons and Greg trade tooth extraction stories. It’s better than it sounds.
Greg hangs with Nancy Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson) and now loves her.
Just off the road and armed with a wild story, Tony Hinchcliffe joins Greg to work through their depression.
Rob Corddry is always a dream guest.
From "In Living Color" and “White Chicks,” Greg’s new pal Shawn Wayans comes back on and they talk.
Tripp Whetsell takes us through the journey of Budd Friedman and the world-famous Improv Comedy Club.
Andy tells racist jokes and reveals that he has finally started therapy.
Nikki recounts escaping from Botox at the last minute and discovering self-love.
One of the greats Ari Shaffir, gets waterboarded by Greg and then gives it right back. Not kidding.
Big Jay Oakerson describes the sexiest FaceTime call of all time. Sadly, he is in it.
The Queen of Mean and star of Comedy Central Roasts Lisa Lampanelli talks about her new Off-Broadway play.
The magic is back! Greg talks to his co-worker on Crashing #HBO.
Legendary comic Keith Robinson talks about his mom shooting a man from under a table and Kevin Hart producing his special.
Moshe Kasher & Natasha Leggero open up about their past love lives, shocking each other but in the end making their marriage stronger.
Once again, tragedy plus a few days time = “The Sunday Papers."