Filmmaker Adam Goldberg, one of the stars of The Jim Gaffigan Show, talks to Greg about The Beach Boys and filming with Elvis Costello.
Colin Quinn hangs out and reminds us all that chivalry is not dead but Manhattan may be. Awesome episode.
Cristela Alonzo from the ABC sitcom Cristela listens to Greg rant about Germans while giving the Irish a free pass. It's the Potato Salad Wars.
From the Golden Globe-winning series Transparent, the marvelous Amy Landecker bonds with Greg about their identical lives as children of hard-living radio DJs in the '70s. Shocking!
SiriusXM superstar Jason Ellis encourages Greg to take a walk on the wild side and swing by the sex toy shop.
Greg’s old friend, the sexy Suzy McCoppin, details the dark side of Internet dating and her experience with a foot fetishist.
Broadcasting queen Alison Rosen has Greg over to her house and shows why she is one of the best in the business.
Comedy wildebeest Jim Breuer swings by the studio to talk about his first TV appearance with Greg on A&E's "Comedy on the Road."
From the new Entourage movie, Haley Joel Osment returns to the show and takes calls. You are never going to guess what you guys asked.
Greg strikes up some new friendships with the guys who bring you Comedy Central’s “Big Time in Hollywood, FL.” They are not intimidated by Greg’s rude questions.
From Greg’s favorite show, “Veep,” Sam Richardson is enjoying his new fame and money except when getting swindled by two hot girls in Hungary.
Actress Kathy Baker -- winner of the Golden Globe, the SAG Award and three-time Emmy winner -- discusses her craft. They do not talk about pornography.
From Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber, and Half Baked, Harland Williams defends himself against Greg's charges that he goes to dark places.
Greg opens up the phone lines as people discuss the Baltimore riots and the state of live comedy.
Jim Norton is a brilliant, troubled, nice person. Listen to him talk to his old friend Greg for about an hour.
Comedian/actor extraordinaire Larry Miller shares his experience going to the other side and coming back and implores us all to try get an A.
From NBC's "Undateable," David Fynn talks about his fear of gun-toting Americans.
From “Whose Line is it Anyway?,” Colin Mochrie talks about the history of the show and the new season.