Beth Lapides joins Greg to talk about the stylings of alternative comedy, doing stand up in the 80's, having friends as bosses, stories from the UnCabaret club plus Overheards.
Greg talks to actor Willie Garson about playing a gay man on TV, acting in just about every movie/TV show under the sun, long days on NYPD Blue and adopting a child as a single dad. Plus overheards
Kelly Carlin and Greg talk about her dad, George Carlin's parenting style, her radio show on Sirius, and her live one woman show. Also some overheards.
Joe Rogan and Greg talk doing comedy on the road, Greg getting into cage-fighting shape,
the next stage of podcasting, and the future of information.
Chris Hardwick joins Greg live from the Nerdist Theater to discuss being real life heroes,
the John Travolta allegations, the road comic/alternative comic schism, and play some games with the audience.
Marc Maron joins Greg to discuss getting old and angry, the impact of podcasting on
Marc's career, Louis CK, hipsters and tweets.
Pete Holmes talks with Greg about podcasting, philosophy, and pornography. Check out his podcast "You Made It Weird" from the Nerdist, and peteholmes.com for more.
John Henson joins Greg to talk youthful rebellion and narrowly avoiding death, bad effects of food in ones system, and play a round of Overheards.
Follow John on Twitter @John_Henson
Greg interviews Russell Peters at the Laugh for Sight Benefit. Plus Overheards and the Mailbag.
Adam Carolla joins Greg to talk about the pitfalls of book writing, top "spank-able" moments in their lives, and porn site preferences.
Greg and Dana Gould talk the joys of family bigotry, Greg's anger in Mexico, and a round of
"This is What You're Talking About."
Greg and Fred Stoller discuss neurosis and comedy, bullying and failed skiing movie pitches.
Greg talks with comedian Jeff Johannsen about working on the David Letterman show, comedic probability of success, constructing a podcast for Jake, and debut the new game "This is What You're Talking About".
In Lake Tahoe, Greg sits down with Howie Nave to discuss funny moments from the past
of Cal/Neva comedy, then is joined by Dana Eagle to talk rising as a comic, and dealing
with coming out.
Check out www.facebook.com/howie.nave and www.danaeagle.com for more info!
Greg interviews co-creators, producers and stars of the new NBC show Best Friends Forever Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham.
Tune in to see Best Friends Forever on NBC Wednesdays 8:30/7:30c!
Greg runs down the Overheards and Mailbag and then is joined by Christopher Titus and Bill Burr to discuss coming up in comedy, rollerblading and rekindling friendships.
Guest and legendary radio personality Phil Hendrie joins the show. He blows Greg's and Mike Gibbons' minds with stories and a sampling of his character work.
Margaret Cho joins Greg on stage in Atlanta for a a special live edition of Fitzdog Radio.
Greg recounts the rowdy events at his St. Patrick's Day show with Mike Gibbons, including Mike's stand-up debut, and disarming hecklers and drunken bachlorette parties.
In Palm Springs for a St. Jude Childrens Hospital benefit, Greg speaks with Patrick Warburton,
Oliver Hudson, and Rob Morrow.
Greg and Mike Gibbons disucss the business of being Irish, what makes them cry and Mike's experience being pulled over on his bicycle. Then there's some Overheards and Is it Racist.
Greg interviews Bill Burr, Kevin Nealon and Pablo Francisco while at the Laugh for Sight Benefit at the Hollywood Improv. For more information about Laugh for Sight please visit www.laughforsight.com.
En route to a charity event, Greg speaks with Chicago Bears placekicker Robbie Gould about
his journey to the NFL, the intricacies of kicking, and getting back to the Super Bowl. Follow Robbie on Twitter @RobbieGould09.
Natasha Leggero joins Greg and Mike Gibbons to discuss judging comedy, one night stands, and courtesy in airplane bathrooms. Check out more of Natasha at www.natashaleggero.com
Recorded while driving to a gig in Riverside, Greg travels with Dean Edwards and Brent Weinbach. Greg recounts his interesting set at the UCB theater, and Dean gives his take on it. Then they discuss working comedy and Whitney Houston.
Check out more of Dean at www.deanedwards.net