From Black Monday, The League and Human Giant, Paul Scheer dives deep into classic sitcoms and a woman gluing herself to the court at a Clippers game.
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Pete and I compete in “who had a worse adolescent Boy Bod”? I think he won. We talk about our days working on Crashing and what it means to be a good parent.
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From Veep, Modern Family and NPR Erica Rhodes talks about surviving in prison (if she were to ever go). Greg predicts this will be a big year for her. And he knows this stuff.
From 2016, The great Gilbert Gottfried makes Greg laugh for an hour.
Comedy Store superstar Eleanor Kerrigan talks about growing up as one of ten kids in a tough part of Philly.
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Country outlaw Wheeler Walker, Jr. comes in to talk about coming out of being cancelled to take the country scene by storm. Mike Gibbons sits in, and we talk about Wheeler's new album and tour. Follow @wheelerwalkerjr on Instagram Follow @GibbonsTime on Instagram
Comedy journeyman Doug Stanhope joins me at The Conedy Store to talk about a movie we just did and adventures from when we worked on the man show together. Also in studio is is ex-girlfriend actress Khrystyne Haje.
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From SNL, Curb, Second City and Police Academy Tim Kazurinsky talks about being discovered by John Belushi and his years on SNL with Eddie Murphy and Julia Louise Dreyfus. Great storyteller and amazing guest.
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My second solo episode of the year with lots of sharing and some listener emails on this St. Patrick's Day Eve.
Jessimae Peluso describes how she would survive in prison and tells me the hackiest bit she’s ever done.
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My dear and hysterical friend Eddie Pepitone joins me in LA to talk about accepting yourself, painting and getting heckled in Edinburgh.
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Standup standout Joe List talks about getting sober in NYC, playing softball for comedy club teams in Central Park and dancing next to Jerry Seinfeld.
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Here is my last conversation with the sweet, funny Louie Anderson.
Bob Saget was kind enough to come on my show many many times. Here is his most recent visit last year.
Starting 2022 with a solo podcast! Back from Boston to begin life as an empty-nester. Also pay tribute to the late great Bob Saget. RIP my friend.
I got to know a new friend this week when ex-Marine and current standup extraordinaire Brian Simpson came on to talk about his new Netflix special, growing up in foster care and why you don’t need New Year’s resolutions.
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Moshe talks about hell gigs in black clubs and not fitting in anywhere. I tell the story of him blowing my mind one night in a comic book store on Sunset.
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Ryan Sickler joins me to talk about Honeydew Podcast and his crazy childhood. This is the last podcast of the year and I thank you all for the support and community. Happy New Year!
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Fortune and I discuss playing in adults sports leagues and almost getting into fights. I try to bring the lord Jesus into her life, and she tries to get me to go on a cleanse.
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From New York, comic Mark Normand opens up about a sex bus in New Orleans, his YouTube special with 8 million views and which NYC comic caught herpes.
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Tom and I reminisce about starting in NY with Patrice and Burr and Gaffigan and how Tom almost had two different people die at his shows.