Michael McDonald sits down with Greg to discuss pitching ideas and getting a show made,
troubles with herpes and Red Lobster.
On the road in Portland, Greg goes deep into politics, and following the "rules" of life. Then he talks to Mary Patterson Broome about their mis-adventures in Portland, awkward sexual experiences, and growing up in the south.
David Koechner joins Greg to discuss doing projects in Hollywood, what women really want sexually, child discipline, and the current state of politics. Then David returns to glory with another edition of Talk Your Way Out of It.
Nick Swardson joins Greg live at the UCB theatre to discuss parking etiquette, the difficulty in changing phone numbers as well as losing your phone number to someone else. Then Greg and Nick do live audience Overheards, play Liar's Poker and Talk Your Way Out of It.
Greg is joined by author Merrill Markoe to discuss comedy and comedian's legacies,
her work producing David Letterman and TV Nation, the art of a good Twitter joke, and creating
a great stand-up set, and a dash of political talk.
On the road in Florida, Greg tells of the negative effects of Jimmy Buffet, his fellon cabbie, and attention seeking sluts. Then Greg talks with comedian Forrest Shaw about his career in Florida and the east coast, as well as his love for his cats.
Greg welcomes Andy Richter to the show as they discuss their careers, raising kids, and Andy's relationship with Conan. Then they answer some Twitter questions, do the Overheards and play "Talk Your Way Way Out of It".
Greg recounts the past week in politics, going to audtions, bouts with new years depression, and does some overheards and checks the mailbag.
Greg rings in the new year with his predictions for 2012, and goes through the Overheards and the mailbag, then sits down with comedian Graham Elwood and discusses his comedy tours in Afghanistan.