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.