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.
Forget the Academy Award nominated performance in The Sixth Sense 15 years ago, Haley Joel Osment is now on fire as an adult in Will Ferrell's "The Spoils of Babylon," "Entourage," and Amazon's "Alpha House." He goes deep into the acting process and how he spent the last four years training in NYU's Theatre program.
An upbeat episode where Greg breaks up the mind-numbing sadness of Mike Gibbons talking about his midlife change with a story of a trip to a Mexican orphanage.
VICE magazine co-founder, godfather of the hipster movement and recent Catholic Gavin McInnes talks about how his wild drinking days may be over now that he has kids. He drinks throughout the interview.
From the Travel Channel's Trip Flip and the Joe Rogan Experience, comedian Bert Kreischer discusses his weight problem, his near-death experiences around the world, and whether or not he is an alcoholic.
Comedy powerhouse Alonzo Bodden explains the downsides of romance on the road and driving Jay Leno's car.
Andy Daly, star of Comedy Central's hit show Review, talks about the stress of working as a comedic sketch actor for the last 20 years. We come to realize that Greg is a better person than Andy.
The ladies from "Ask Women," Marni Kinyrs ("World's Best Pick-Up Artist") and Kristen Carney ("World's Funniest/Least Fun Human"), share the secrets of picking up a woman or getting more action from your wife.
Mike Gibbons provides a behind-the-scenes look at this year's Oscars. Finally, some Overheards.
From Chelsea Lately and a new Tina Fey comedy, Fortune Feimster talks about coming out as a Southern debutante and then as a Los Angeles lesbian. God is only discussed briefly.
The infectious Andy Kindler espouses his love for Jimmy Fallon, Jay Leno, Adam Carolla, and Bill Maher. The Olympics are sort of a theme of the interview until ADD strikes again and again.
Star of "Legit" on FXX, comic Jim Jefferies describes his transition from flying solo to becoming a dad.
From Eastbound & Down, Rake, and Django Unchained, Omar Dorsey talks about missing out on a role in The Hangover because he was doing a Lifetime Movie of the Week.
The host of ABC's "Wipeout" and E!’s "Talk Soup," John Henson digs deep into unresolved anger from his first marriage and whether or not the NFL is ready for a gay player.
In a frightening manic episode, Greg Tweets out asking for topics for his next podcast. He takes the first 50 and tackles them one by one in his second "All Request Podcast." He then crashes and cries about his need to entertain.
Host of @midnight on Comedy Central, Greg's old pal Chris Hardwick sits and talks about whether there is a God, how to use social media, and if strip clubs are where he wants to be seen these days.
From backstage at The American Comedy Co. in San Diego, Greg and 420 mascot Doug Benson figure out the secret of Doug's success. (Hint: Not trying.)
The legendary Bobcat Goldthwait shares road stories and wisdom with Greg. They also name a pet shop.
Minneapolis radio legend Tom Barnard shows why he is the top-rated local radio dude in the country. He and Greg share rage issues and try to figure out where it all came from. Guess.
Adam & Greg share thoughts about receding into the dusk of their careers and ultimately death. Rage with them against the dying of the light.
Greg talks to Budd Friedman, legendary founder of the Improv Comedy Clubs and producer of people in front of brick walls telling jokes on TV. Great stories and a startling revelation.
Sam Kinison crony and worldwide comedy force Jimmy Shubert describes a Chinese Tornado. It is not a drink or a weather condition. As a matter of fact, in this country it would be illegal.
Hot off last season's Mad Men, Greg's longtime friend Craig Anton talks about the choices comedians make and why.