Greg is in Fort Lauderdale for some shows, and met up with his mother and some of her friends. Greg tries out a new bit about racist ways to celebrate a culture, talks about coming back to Florida in just a week, going on the Howard Stern show soon, and takes a minute to shit on KISS and then apologize to KISS for shitting on them. He also shares his new thoughts on the evolution of a woman's use of her sexuality. Jessica Gross stops by to do an interview since she's emcee of the shows at Greg's club, and just came back from SXSW. Greg wraps up the show by reviewing some of your Overheards.
Greg welcomes Larry Miller to this week’s show where they discuss Gilbert Gottfried recent troubles with tweeting, Greg takes your twitter responses to Gottfried’s jokes, and he discusses an incident where he almost fought an audience member at one of his shows about two weeks ago. Greg talks about doing the annual Boston police and fire fighter charity event Tits for Tots, Larry and Greg take your Overheards & Half-A-Mans, and Larry Miller does an amazing 1930’s cinema gangster impression.
Greg decides to let Andy Dick into his house for this podcast. They start off by talking about his recent drug test, and where things are at in his life, and what it's like to live in a shed. Andy talks a little about the money he's made in entertainment, and how he made $70k a week at the top of his game. Andy is a big fan of Greg's book, and wants to read a selection from "Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons: Tales of Redemption from an Irish Mailbox".
They also play "Talk Your Way Out of It" and "Overheard" and wrap up with a look at how Andy's path could go.
Greg does today's podcast with close friend Zach Galifianakis and his protege Brody Stevens, with Mike Gibbons in studio to lend a hand. They discuss Zach having to say "no" to a lot of projects, and which project he would want to do the most. Brody talks about his career and the tv show he's working on, and Greg plays fan favorites "Overheard" and "Talk Your Way Out of It".
Greg is #winning this week with a second podcast that has some Charlie Sheen chat in. He is about to leave for Las Vegas with his wife for special trip, and talks a little about that in addition to taking your Half-a-Mans, Overheards, and email/twitter questions. He then talks to his mother in law about Charlie Sheen, and why she is such a big fan.
Greg does this podcast mostly from Austin, Texas. He interviews some people at the club he was performing at, and records a monologue where he talks about the process of recording on the road, and choosing to wrap it all up with a monologue once he's back from travelling. He also goes through some Overheards and Half-a-Mans.
Greg uses the 2011 NBA All-Star Weekend to crank out this podcast. He talks to a few guests about the NBA All-Star Game as well as current events and other topics.
Greg does this podcast from his car on his way to pick up his son after work. He updates you on the habits, workings, and foibles of his daily life, how his recent projects are going, and what the plan for the podcast is.
Greg and Mike Gibbons talk about Mike explaining television and the Super Bowl to his daughters, Greg gets out his globe to rank Asia by hotness, and the conversation segues to international prostitution. Greg raps a ribbon around abortion, they take your Overheards, and play a round of Talk Your Way Out Of It.
Greg talks about his trip to Boston where he walks around the beautiful city. In his stories he talks up Monte Cristo sandwiches, his dayjob, travelling back and forth, awkward hotel massages, and his Super Bowl wager.
He also talks to some local comedians in Boston after his show, what the comedy scene is like in Boston now, what it was like for comics before them, and a recap of Greg's show.
Greg does today's "Blackcast" in honor of Black History Month. He starts off the podcast with talking to some of the cast and crew of a Jamie Foxx comedy project, and then does a sit down interview with Craig Robinson of The Office.
Greg and Mike Gibbons welcome comedian April Macie to tonight’s show and podcast where April describes making eye contact with a well known cyclist's ass hole, explains how she got the nickname “Shitty” in high school, and the three compare each others respective psychological breakdowns. Greg prepares himself to explain Michael Jacksons past to his kids, they have a wide ranging discussion on roofies, and a childhood memory recently comes back to haunt Greg.
Greg covers his recent trip to Tahoe where he enjoys skiing by himself, and tells a story about going too far with some fans of his in the club that had a few too many drinks. He also plays fan favorites "Overheards" and "Half-A-Man" with an assist via email submission from UCB's Matt Besser. He wraps up the podcast by talking to the LAist about award season, celebrities, and what it takes to get a show off the ground.
Greg and side kick Mike Gibbons entertain each other on this weeks podcast where they discuss the brain damage caused by their past drug use, prepare for Greg’s George Lopez Show appearance, and Greg announces his all black podcast for black history month. Greg talks about why black sitcoms love his writing, they talk about Brazilian AIDS, they play Talk Your Way Out of It, and take your Overheards.
Greg does a podcast while on the road, literally. He starts the podcast in his car during his misadventures on the way to Vegas. Once he gets there, he talks with Bobby Lee, Tom Green, and another odd character who has some interesting knowledge about mail order brides.
On this week’s podcast, Greg kicks 2011 off with co-host Mike Gibbons and call-in guest Ray Romano. Greg and Mike critique True Grit, Mike ruins his kids forever by allowing them to watch television, and Greg describes a Fitzsimmons' Christmas. Greg and Ray agree on the best way to get laid while married, Ray talks about his show Men of a Certain Age, and Greg’s compliment blows up in his face.
Greg does a podcast on the road while performing at Foxwoods. He talks to some of the other performers at the show, and chats about who is, and who is not, difficult when it comes to comedy bookings.
Greg welcomes Fred Durst to today's podcast, where Fred discusses his new movie Pawn Star Chronicles, Greg bribes fans with his Fitz of Laughter CD, and the guys dream up scenarios where they would give a blowjob. Fred discusses his beef with Nine Inch Nails, he explains how to start a riot, they take your Overheards, play Talk Your Way Out of It, and Greg wonders why wearing black face is so offensive.
Greg is his garage in Venice with Mike Gibbons for today's podcast, which focuses on identity, character, and being pegged as a type. They bag on hipsters, and try to figure out producer Jordy Altman's type. Greg and Mike create a new game "Prophetic or Pathetic?" and also get to "Talk Your Way Out Of It" and "Overheards".
Greg also drops in a phoner from Margaret Cho about the recent Bristol Palin controversy.
Greg talks about his experience at Jimmy Kimmel Live, chatting with friends in the green room, having gas, and how his set on the show went. He also takes some time to discuss the Norm MacDonald / Sam Simon issue, and how Sam responded when Greg went to his housewarming party.
Norm MacDonald comes to Greg’s garage for possibly the funniest podcast in the history of mankind. Norm gives his thoughts on Oprah, he announces women are not throwing, and have never thrown themselves at him, and tells what happens when Allen King mouthed off to Don Rickles. Norm gives comedy lessons with the help of Steve Allen, Greg premieres the new game Talk Your Way Out of It, they play Liar's Poker, and they write a joke for Greg's Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance.
Greg sends in this podcast from Philly, where he talks to some of the folks where he is performing.
Greg and Mike welcome Nick Swardson to this weeks podcast where the guys compare their respective ping pong skill levels, Greg lightens the mood joking about Nick’s fathers death, and Nick shows off his Minnesota shaped jewelry. Nick throws out a hypothetical about a vagina, Greg gets called a honky by a white chick, they take your Overheards, and Nick describes losing a brand new Audi for two weeks.
Greg sends in this podcast from Seattle, where he checks in with some of the comedians, as well as checking in with a former guest of Fitzdog Radio.
Don't forget to check out Greg's new book, Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons, available at amazon.com or your local bookstore.
Greg does the podcast from New York this week with comedian Brian Regan. Brian talks a little about his family life, and his very regimented work schedule. Greg and Brian are much more comfortable with self effacing stories compared with stories where that person is the hero, which leads to how "Overheards" was created. They talk about how quickly they'll judge a tv show that effort, time and money has been poured into, but stick with any porn almost instantly. They talk about dealing with comedy crowds, and trying to do one better than the crowd. Greg wraps up the podcast by announcing that his book, Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons, is out.