Greg does the podcast from the Punchline in San Francisco this weekend, and talks about some of the podcast fans he met while performing there. He also breaks down the difference between bachelor and bachelorette parties, how guys and ladies treat their drunk during those parties, and tells an incident of a bachelorette party hassling him at the Punchline. He also talks about working on the show he is running for VH1. He then talks with the booker and the feature act from the Punchline, who respectively talk about some historic moments at the club and great stories with Greg, and how to work on his comedy act.
Greg talks with Dana Gould about the delicate balance of comments on Twitter, the legend that is Bill Murray and their celebrity neighbors. Then they talk about Greg’s pilot, chocolate cocks and gluten-free communion wafers. And what show would be complete without some classic Overheards and a new Talk Your Way Out of It!
Greg and guest Iliza Schlesinger, host of the new pilot that Greg has been talking about for the past few months, talk about some current events while figuring out which one of them is the boss of the other. Then they talk about whether or not women can be funny and why women insist on telling people that they are magic. Then they do some Overheards, Is It Racist, and, Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg starts off with a monologue from his new car, after selling his beloved previous car, and talks about maybe getting a moped. Greg comes to the realization that he's either incapable of getting upset, or become much more zen with himself. He also plays fan favorite games Malebag and Overheard. Then Greg has writer Mike Sacks in the studio. Mike Sacks tells a story about a recent book signing that went poorly, and the two of them talk about the best place to poop. Mike Sacks explains what a Vegan strip club is like, and what's wrong with the confidence level of stripper patrons. They talk about the comedy and writing scene, and their experiences in it.
Greg introduces guest Rick Shapiro and talks about how much more freedom he has doing the podcast. Rick slips into a casual conversation about his parents’ sex life which leads Greg into his adolescent sex story. They then talk about Louis C.K. and finish off the show with some Overheards and a Talk Your Way Out of It.
Today's podcast is from a show he did with Dave Attell in New York. Before the podcast, he does a monologue from his studio in Venica, where he talks about the show he is busy running, more problems with his nether regions, his favorite comedians on Twitter. He also gets to some fan favorite games: Malebag and Overhead. He then introduces the live comedy show podcast he did with Dave Attell in New York.
Greg and guest Rob Corddry talk about Rob’s show Children’s Hospital and Rob shares his train-writing process for the show. Mike Gibbons is back and the studio and manages to ruin Greg’s good time by poo-pooing his recent accomplishment of getting into the Irish Top 100. Then Greg talks about how much he wants to fuck Sarah Palin and why Olivia Munn sucks so much on The Daily Show. There’s some Is It Racist questions, a Talk Your Way Out of it and a whole lot of talk about sick children.
Greg does the podcast this week heading to the UCB Theatre in LA to tell a story that fits the theme "The Horror". He starts off this podcast in the car to discuss how he does his intro, his lack of a smile while performing, hyper focusing during Sodoku, and his recent troubles with his nether regions. He wraps up the following day with a recap of the show, as well as fan favorites Stripper Names, Malebag, and Overheard.
Greg gets to know the Fitzdog staff: Eliana Horeczko, Kevin Kraft, and the new sales guy David Nussbaum. Greg starts off the podcast with some chat about Rep. Weiner, and pictures of his junk. They also play fan favorite games Overheard and Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg talks about being in Atlantic City, and why it should be considered a part of Pennsylvania and not New Jersey. He also talks about how much he dislikes the Jersey Shore, and what life is like for even the most successful comedians. Greg plays fan favorite game Overheard, gets to the Malebag, and tries out some new jokes he wrote just before the podcast. The main feature today is Greg's interview with close friend Neal Brennan live on stage in Atlantic City.
Greg starts the podcast with a little talk of the neighborhood he lives in, and the game show he just got through hosting. He also talk a little about his memorial day plans, and his recent trip to New York. He then interviews some of the folks from the set of his game show, such as: the cue card guy, the makeup lady/PA, the wireless engineer, and the show runner Ron Deutch.
Greg talks a new low budget pilot that he is working on as the host, and how many game show pilots he's been the host of. He also talks about an old oil trick he used to pull, the condition of his hotel and flight, and gets a little vulnerable. He then talks to Keith Robinson onstage at a show in New York. He also plays fan favorites Overheards and Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg Fitzsimmons and Greg Proops get into a number of heated discussions about baseball, President Obama and Carrot Top. The Gregs then discuss the cowardice of people who comment on the Internet and how free podcasts are under fire by total assholes. Then we find out why the Irish can drink so much and the Asians drink so little.
Greg brings you another interview from his recent trip to New York, this time with Steve Schirripa, formerly Bobby on The Sopranos, but not before talking about the trip he's on now, and bringing you another round of Overheads.
Greg talks about dirty French IMF Head and how he wrongly forced himself on a chambermaid on our ground. He also goes on about golfing with his son and his recent gig in Atlanta. Then he does some Malebag, Overheards and Is it Racist? He wraps up by chatting with friend, neighbor, and show creator Evan Dunsky.
Greg talks about doing a solo podcast for the first time in a while, and his aspirations for his shows at the Atlanta Punchline. He also talks about how god gets along with science, and how some people will talk about god's plans for them in life. He plays a round of Overheards, sponsored by a listener, and Real Stripper Names.In part two of the podcast, he explains what happened to the Redneck comedian he was supposed to interview.
Greg and guest Bobby Slayton talk Hasidic Jews and the ample number of Rum Punches Bobby consumes by his pool while listening to Calypso music. Greg starts talking about porn and the AVN Awards, which they both hosted, and they discuss whether or not Bobby would actually fuck a porn star. Then they play a game of Is it racist and Talk your way out of it, and Bobby pitches a new game idea to Greg.
Greg breaks out another one of the interviews he did while in New York recently, this one being with comedian Jim Norton. Before he gets to the interview, he talks about some current happenings: his mother coming out, teaching his song to golf, weighing how far to go with advertisers on the podcast, and Overheards. He then does an onstage interview with Jim Norton.
Greg and Bill Lawrence discuss how Jimmy Kimmel compared Greg to Howared Stern, Bill's whiteness, share stories of being fired and hired in Hollywood, debate the hotness of Mary Fitzgerald and her sister, and share insight into Charlie Sheen from Bill's time working with him. Greg talks about his racy childhood and menstruating dogs and Bill takes us back to the loss of his virginity and his experience with premature ejaculation. Then Greg has Bill play every game in the Fitzdog Handbook, plus newbies like Your Shameful Questions, Stripper Names, and a bonus one that Bill invented and hands off to Greg.
Greg delivers another podcast from his recent trip to New York, this one being a special LIVE podcast on stage in New York with guest Kevin Meaney, who sings a brand new opening to be forever used for one famous Fitzdog Radio game. Before he gets to that on stage interview though, Greg does a monologue where he talks recent comments on the podcasts.
Greg and Natalie Maines spend a whole bunch of time talking about Natalie’s distaste for underwear and how that affects her ‘cycle.’ Greg digs around Natalie’s past and finds out that she started shit so her posse could fight her fights, but it still didn’t stop her getting shot at. This leads to an organic game of Is It Racist? where we find out the real reason why Asians are bad drivers. They also get to Overheards, recite some Sir Mix-a-Lot, Malebag, and talks about "Lip Zip".
Greg breaks out this never before heard interview with Jim Breuer, from his most recent visit to New York. Before getting to the interview with Jim, Greg talks about the therepeutic aspect of doing the podcast alone in his garage, just getting back from Palm Springs with the family, how he passed the time there, and does fan favorite (and sponsored!) Overheard. He then gets into it with Jim Breuer.
Greg has comedian Christopher Titus in for today's podcast. They start off by talking about coming up in the comedy world, Titus shares some stories of his girlfriend learning to be a comic, and their opinions on alternative comedy. They talk about their experiences with pitching television shows, getting network notes, and treating handicapped people no different than anyone else. Before getting to the Overheards, where they talk about the polite way to reference pooping, they talk a little politics.
Greg talks about the CRAZY past few days he's had doing press everywhere from the Howard Stern show, to Chelsea Handler, to other podcasts, and how the shows at Carolines in New York have been doing. He then talks to Jim Gaffigan about their time coming up in comedy and entertainment. They talk about the struggle, the highlights, how they made it, and a terrible, terrible voicemail Greg left for Jim one day. Greg also plays fan favorites Overheards and Half-a-Man.
Greg chats with Adam Carolla in an interview done in Ace's car on the way to Irvine. Greg starts off the podcast with a monologue about his giant dong, how ladies maintain themselves, Tiger Woods, and Charlie Sheen. When he gets into it with Adam, they talk about their relationships with their wives, what's important to them, and what drives them in life.