America's darling, Dave Attell, talks to Greg about going out with a bang and how to be relevant online while being dirty in the clubs.
A man on the brink of real Hollywood success, Jeremy Luke talks about his 13-year struggle in Hollywood after growing up in Staten Island. He has two new movies coming out and a TV pilot for ABC.
From HBO's Veep and FXX's Legit, hotshot actor Dan Bakkedahl discusses his start at Second City, followed by his stint on The Daily Show and now the big lights of Hollywood.
Brody Stevens talks about starring in his own Comedy Central show. Brody also opens up about his use of bipolar medications and how he keeps steady in the crazy world of stand-up comedy, TV production and audience warm-up.
Former roadie for the Rolling Stones and star of Animal Planet's "Emergency Vets," Denver's own Kevin Fitzgerald tells stories from the road and the bush.
Comedy legend Bob Saget walks through a life loaded with success, but also with loss. His new book is out now -- grab it before the book-burnings begin.
Mike Gibbons talks about the greatest words of wisdom a father can give his son. Also: How not to behave in a massage parlor.
Greg enjoys an effortless conversation with Hannibal Buress, a comedy original.
Adam Carolla reveals that his first experience with porn involved a gay men's magazine called "Colt Roundup." The two podcasters describe the imminent collapse of their industry unless listeners support Adam's defense against patent trolls.