Tony Rock joins Greg to talk about growing up in a big family in Bed-Stuy before there were people dressed as Abe Lincoln walking around. This episode is sponsored by ZipRecruiter.
Greg’s good friend and future co-host Alison Rosen talk about life and their new podcast, “Childish.” This episode is sponsored by ZipRecruiter.
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.
Nikki recounts escaping from Botox at the last minute and discovering self-love.
Actress Kathy Baker -- winner of the Golden Globe, the SAG Award and three-time Emmy winner -- discusses her craft. They do not talk about pornography.
Actor/Comedian Baron Vaughn talks to Greg about his inability to handle money and the struggles of a black man who is not black enough for Hollywood.
Greg sits at the crossroads of his morality. Should he maintain his sober, monogamous, fiscally responsible lifestyle, or just be himself for a change? Mike Gibbons will bum you our with anecdotes about AIDS babies.
Taped live at The Houston Laugh Stop back when Greg had more hair and self-esteem.
Also on the album are prank calls which may or may not be libelous.
Greg and guest Margaret Cho talk about Cyber Monday, masturbation and the joys of being a stand up comic. Followed up with some classic Overheards and a Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg and guest Tom Arnold talk about rehab and how hard it is as comics to like themselves. Then Tom tells the story of how Chuck Lorre slammed him with every Hollywood bigwig he met and enlightens Greg on his project, Jewtopia. They finish off the show with some Overheards and Malebag from China.