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.
Greg has Teresa Strasser in for today's podcast, where they make it clear that the podcast will be a vast departure from the anal talk of the radio show. Teresa starts off by talking about Greg's book Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons, what she learned about Greg's relationship with his dad from it, and what they think of the next generation possibly being "too soft". Teresa talks about travelling and experimenting in Eastern Europe, sex while preggers, and anal. They wrap up with some poop talk.
This week Greg welcomes Bill Burr where they both describe themselves naked, Bill talks about a great outfit to seduce pedophiles, and they play Talk Your Way Out of It, all with heavy Boston and NY accents. They do a ‘who is going to hell’ mock draft, they take your Twitter responses, they talk about the evolution of the fake tit, Greg figures out if his kids’ college funds can get him in Naomi Campbell’s panties, and they talk about their dislike of Orwellian robots monitoring everybody.
Greg does his second podcast from Tampa, Florida and follows up on some themes from the last podcast. He talks to the local emcee, another comedian performing, and does some aggressive crowdwork. He wraps up a few fan submissions of Overheards and Half-a-Mans.
Greg and co-host Mike Gibbons welcome David Koechner to the studio today. Greg starts off giving the history of the name Fitzdog, he explains why he is wearing a corset, and they talk about David’s new web series ‘Always Open’. They go over what Greg’s childhood smelled like, take you Half-A-Mans, Mike renames the baby boomers, and David almost dies laughing during Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg is in Fort Lauderdale for some shows, and met up with his mother and some of her friends. Greg tries out a new bit about racist ways to celebrate a culture, talks about coming back to Florida in just a week, going on the Howard Stern show soon, and takes a minute to shit on KISS and then apologize to KISS for shitting on them. He also shares his new thoughts on the evolution of a woman's use of her sexuality. Jessica Gross stops by to do an interview since she's emcee of the shows at Greg's club, and just came back from SXSW. Greg wraps up the show by reviewing some of your Overheards.
Greg welcomes Larry Miller to this week’s show where they discuss Gilbert Gottfried recent troubles with tweeting, Greg takes your twitter responses to Gottfried’s jokes, and he discusses an incident where he almost fought an audience member at one of his shows about two weeks ago. Greg talks about doing the annual Boston police and fire fighter charity event Tits for Tots, Larry and Greg take your Overheards & Half-A-Mans, and Larry Miller does an amazing 1930’s cinema gangster impression.
Greg decides to let Andy Dick into his house for this podcast. They start off by talking about his recent drug test, and where things are at in his life, and what it's like to live in a shed. Andy talks a little about the money he's made in entertainment, and how he made $70k a week at the top of his game. Andy is a big fan of Greg's book, and wants to read a selection from "Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons: Tales of Redemption from an Irish Mailbox".
They also play "Talk Your Way Out of It" and "Overheard" and wrap up with a look at how Andy's path could go.
Greg does today's podcast with close friend Zach Galifianakis and his protege Brody Stevens, with Mike Gibbons in studio to lend a hand. They discuss Zach having to say "no" to a lot of projects, and which project he would want to do the most. Brody talks about his career and the tv show he's working on, and Greg plays fan favorites "Overheard" and "Talk Your Way Out of It".
Greg is #winning this week with a second podcast that has some Charlie Sheen chat in. He is about to leave for Las Vegas with his wife for special trip, and talks a little about that in addition to taking your Half-a-Mans, Overheards, and email/twitter questions. He then talks to his mother in law about Charlie Sheen, and why she is such a big fan.
Greg does this podcast mostly from Austin, Texas. He interviews some people at the club he was performing at, and records a monologue where he talks about the process of recording on the road, and choosing to wrap it all up with a monologue once he's back from travelling. He also goes through some Overheards and Half-a-Mans.
Greg uses the 2011 NBA All-Star Weekend to crank out this podcast. He talks to a few guests about the NBA All-Star Game as well as current events and other topics.
Greg does this podcast from his car on his way to pick up his son after work. He updates you on the habits, workings, and foibles of his daily life, how his recent projects are going, and what the plan for the podcast is.
Greg and Mike Gibbons talk about Mike explaining television and the Super Bowl to his daughters, Greg gets out his globe to rank Asia by hotness, and the conversation segues to international prostitution. Greg raps a ribbon around abortion, they take your Overheards, and play a round of Talk Your Way Out Of It.
Greg talks about his trip to Boston where he walks around the beautiful city. In his stories he talks up Monte Cristo sandwiches, his dayjob, travelling back and forth, awkward hotel massages, and his Super Bowl wager.
He also talks to some local comedians in Boston after his show, what the comedy scene is like in Boston now, what it was like for comics before them, and a recap of Greg's show.
Greg does today's "Blackcast" in honor of Black History Month. He starts off the podcast with talking to some of the cast and crew of a Jamie Foxx comedy project, and then does a sit down interview with Craig Robinson of The Office.