Greg has guest Eddie Brill in the New York studio, they start off by discussing q-tips, the Holy Spirit, free speech, the Tea Party, and bullying. They discuss other comedians, how they do their acts, favorite jokes from other comedians, and sex. Lots of sex. Then Greg wraps up the show by playing Overheards Out of Time, and remembering Greg Giraldo.
Greg talks about his time in Pittsburgh, and how he's spent his free time out there. Greg's street team isn't as creepy as he thought it could be, and he passes on a photo op with a strange fan. Greg starts working on his bucket list. He then interviews the opening act and MC, and even interviews the fiance of the MC.
Greg starts off this podcast by mentioning the Emmys, and talking about his past weekend of working and travelling. He then starts up the interview with World Champion Judah Friedlander, from 30 Rock. They talk about American Splendor, what being a nerd really means, tell stories about the worst managers ever, and explain how crappy some publishers can be. Greg also plays fan favorite games Overheard, Malebag, How I Listen, and Obsolete.
Greg and Executive Producer on The Simpsons, Sam Simon, discuss the burdens of having so many Emmys and how they can dispose of them. Mike Gibbons joins in on a conversation about whether or not Eddie Murphy is a good choice as the host of the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards. Then there’s a Talk Your Way Out of It, some Overheards and How I Listen entry discussion.
Greg starts of this episode by talking about podcasting, and Labor Day parties adn antics. He also gives an update about what he's been up to lately, and what he's got going on in the coming months, as well as a bad restaurant experience. He also talks about 9-11 a bit as well. Greg then gets to fan favorites Malebag and Overheards, as well as a brand new segment Greg likes to call "How I Listen".
Greg continues his podcast with Norm MacDonald. Norm talks about his favorite felons, the ones he considers funniest, and how a recent interaction with The Juice's lawyers went. Then Greg, Mike Gibbons, and Norm talk about about a variety of topics from how they view older comedians, their gay experiences, going to the comedy roasts, and their children.