Jul 12, 2010
Greg takes his family on their annual tour of fold out couches in relatives homes in New York. In snippets of the trip collected before and after the Fourth of July, you get an insight into what makes Greg's family so interesting, and why he has moved so far away from them.
Jun 29, 2010
Greg and Dane Cook team up to knock out a great podcast. Greg and Dane start off by recapping their dialogue about abortion from the Sirius 101 show. After talking about Dane's acting credits, Greg and Dane then improv a scene from an action movie. Greg sheds the truth behind what is hidden behind a rainbow and then gets to the hard hitting questions about Dane's career. They move on from Dane's career to talking about hecklers, and start sharing different heckling stories. Dane tells a story about a four-or-five-way with some college co-eds and how he always leaves a paper trail behind any sex he has. They wrap up the podcast with your Overhearda, Half-a-Mans, and the subtitles you suggested for Greg's soon to be released book Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons.
Jun 28, 2010
Greg takes you through the glory that is Grand Rapids, Michigan. After almost destroying a hecklers foot with a mic stand, Greg regroups to face Saturday nights shows. Behind the scenes interviews with local talent and reasons why YOU should become a fan of Mexican soccer.
Jun 22, 2010
Greg welcomes Rob Corddry for
this weeks podcast. Rob describes his date raping days in a fraternity, Greg
points out bald man discrimination for game show hosting jobs, and Rob explains
how Ashton Kuscher makes or breaks you on twitter. The guys play Half-A-Man,
Greg and Rob fantasize about their perfect toupee, and Rob stumbles onto a dark secret that Greg has been holding onto.
Greg throws down the challenge to Rob to see if he can bring any of his 1.3 million Twitter followers into the @gregfitzshow fold. They wrap the podcast up with some Overheards, which strays into chatroullette territory where Cioffi may know a little too much.
Jun 17, 2010
Greg talks to legendary comic George Wallace from the comfort of a lavish Las Vegas hotel room. They talk aboutGeorge coming from a marketing background, how George came up in the comedy world, and cursing.
They talk more about the comedy world, different comedy themed nights, how cursing works in comedy, and racial slanders.
The perks of living the Las Vegas include the finest free meals, and the beauty of enjoying the life it can bring. The Las Vegas heat, and perpetuating the black stereotype. George counters with the fact that George just didn't remember the interview.
Greg gets to the hard questions about George's career, he had such a strong, amazing start, Greg is amazed that George Wallace didn't have a huge TV career or movie career, but George sets the record straight. He likes being a comic and writing jokes.
They talk about city planning in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and why New York City is the best city in terms of how it's laid out.
They wrap up the podcast with chat about how George's comedy has actually killed people.
Jun 15, 2010
Greg has head honcho in the podcasting world, Adam Carolla, stop by to do the podcast.
After talking a bit about podcasting, and recapping what happened during the previously recorded SiriusXM Show, Greg and Adam just talk about things that anyone would talk about: what's constitutes rape, when can someone stop rape, is rape worse than necrophilia, and they manage to do all this while mixing in silly voices.
They also get to your Half-a-Mans, and your Twitter questions.
Jun 8, 2010
Greg welcomes east coast comedian Bill Burr to the podcast. Cioffi derails the podcast at the top with a question about Bill's podcast, but Greg and Bill power forward. Greg and Bill study overweight intern Brian’s boyish skin, Greg defines what it truly means to be an a**hole, Bill learns he is an a**hole under Greg’s definition, but clears up the fact that he isn’t actually angry, he just sounds angry. They discuss the flood of lucrative development deals for comedians in the early 90’s that they both missed out on, the fundamentals of telling a good racist joke. They take a moment to discuss silly comedy club. Finally Greg plays the fan favorite Overheard.
Jun 7, 2010
Greg goes to the dark side to interview the top Adult stars in the business and Mary Jo Buttafuco.The girls give Greg advice on marriage and Greg gives the girls financial advice on mortgages and investments.
Jun 2, 2010
Greg decides it's time to do the summer show, totally ignoring the "calendar" start of the season. First and foremost, for the holiday weekend, he'd like to remind everyone to donate at www.woundedwarriorproject.org. He then covers what he did during his three day weekend, as well as the news over the weekend about Dennis Hopper and Al Gore.
Greg talks about what it means to give your life to a profession, and covers a few different examples of what that can mean. He doubles back to the holiday weekend happenings, and shares some tips for hanging out at Venice Beach, as well as what it sounds like from an office in Santa Monica. He explains why the ballet is so hot, how he needs a cult, and various crimes and schemes from his youth.
Greg wraps up the podcast with the fan favorite games "Overheard" and "Half-a-Man"
May 28, 2010
FitzdogRadio presents a TWO INTERVIEW podcast. First Comedy Savant Ross Brockley describes his sometimes homeless and hard-living days in the NY comedy scene. He closes out the interview by accusing Greg of sleeping with his girlfriend. Next, Greg travels to the Hollywood Improv to interrogate "Sarah Silverman Show" star Tig Notaro about having compassion for hecklers.
May 25, 2010
Greg has guest Rick Shapiro in to do this podcast. Rick is a actor you may recognize from the HBO show Lucky Louie, and a comedian that helped shape Greg in his early comedy days with his brutally honest standup.
Greg starts off the podcast with a quick recap of the SiriusXM show that they just did on the Stern channel. Then he gets back into it with the guest. They cover topics like Rick living on the street, what his appearance on Stern was like, and what has happened in Rick's life lately. They also play some games, Greg asks Rick about pop culture, which Rick only knows about from third hand material, such as comedians he doesn't respect, and they play Liar's Poker with Intern Brian Meyer.
Also, throughout this podcast Rick and Greg talk very, very forthrightly about comedians they respect quite a bit, and which ones they don't so much.
May 18, 2010
Greg does the podcast from the Fitzdog Studios in Venice this week. He starts off the podcast by recapping a HUGE party that Jimmy Kimmel threw for Howard Stern that was full of A-listers. He goes on to check in with Intern Brian Meyer, who was in a recent automobile incident.
Greg throws Cioffi a bone and lets him plug the podcast he does on the side. Greg also recaps his weekend in Boston where the black sheep of a family attacks him and accuses him of being a pedophile.
Greg decides to try to help Intern Brian and Cioffi and get laid, but knows it'll be an uphill battle.
He wraps up the show with your Twitter questions and Overheards, and decides he's going to be friends with David Arquette.
May 16, 2010
Note: This is the better, faster, stronger remix of the "Greg in Tampa, Florida" episode that you may have already heard. Enjoy!
Greg spends Mother's Day weekend in Tampa, Florida. He starts his weekend off with a redeye flight, and some Bubba radio show fun. After doing a thorough recap of the happenings at Bubba's studios, Greg brings the podcast back to the green room at the club where he's performing.
Greg does two segments from the green room. The first is him chatting with Nick Cantone and Bill Crawford, the comics who are performing with him, and talking about how the shows up through that point have gone. The second is after his final show, where he recaps some very strange happenings immediately prior, and then talks a family celebrating Mother's Day.
May 11, 2010
Greg chats with comedian Chris Hardwick and porn star/director Joanna Angel on this week’s podcast. Greg talks to Joanna about the origins of the alternative porn movement, Greg wonders who the Jeaneane Garofalo of porn is, and they read the questions and jokes you sent in to Greg's Twitter (if you missed it, follow @gregfitzshow on Twitter). Greg tells a story about talking too openly about a TV show pilot involving a famous political family and insulting someone who overheard what he said, Joanna tells a story about dude 'finishing' on the floor, Chris tells a story about Hollywood mistreating him, and Greg explains what happens when you accidentall order a Tiger Woods instead of an Arnold Palmer.
May 6, 2010
Greg and Mike Gibbons reconnect on this weeks marvelous podcast. Greg and Gibbons remember the times when they played who can steal the funniest thing from 7/11, Greg can’t help thinking of white supremacist strippers when watching Sandra Bullock in The Blind Side, and Greg tests Producer Mike Cioffi’s podcast hosting skills. The guys take your twitter questions as well as you have overheard, Greg recalls seducing a young door to door magazine saleswoman at his mother's house, pretending it was his.
May 4, 2010
Greg does a Greg podcast from the green room at the comedy club in Seattle, Washington. He starts off a with a monologue, and some nice words for the greenroom waitress who might end up being his next wife. He tells the story of the first time he and Sneaky Pete went to a stripclub, where Sneaky Pete came in his pants after a stripper grinded on him, only to find out much later in his life that Sneaky Pete ended up being gay. Greg was playing a lot of "Guess the Asian" and had a mixed result over the different nights, and had a Cambodian woman complain about Greg playing the game. He had one bad guess while playing "Guess the Bra Size" due to a lactating woman. He talks to the comedians at the club, like Heather, who was a lesbian for five years, Richie who talks about suicide, and how he deals with depression, and John who talks about some treatment he's currently getting. Also, Greg deals with being a Mac guy in Microsoft town, and got some feedback for it, and wraps up by talking to Courtney the greenroom waitress about blowjobs, and why a certain type of headliner doesn't tip nearly as well.
Apr 27, 2010
Dave Navarro, rock and roll god, porn director, and host of
Dark Matter, brings pornstar Electra Blue to the studio. Dave and Greg discuss
their mutual addiction to oxycotin and Electra discusses her addiction to anal
sex. Later Greg tries to understand pre-teen girls and Justin Beiber while
Cioffi fucks things up. This week’s game of Overheard features something
overheard from a racist, and to close the show, Greg wins Liar’s Poker by
letting Dave go “all in” a first in the history of Liar’s Poker. Also Navarro
won’t sleep with men, although Johnny Depp may be his mancrush, in a straight
Apr 20, 2010
Greg has the infamous Andy Dick, who's been in the news lately for a few incidents, do the podcast from his home!
Greg and Andy note very early that they have to dance around some of the news surrounding Andy's pending litigation, so they jump right into masturbation talk. Is Greg too harsh? Marc Maron might be upset with Greg, and Andy asked him before they started recording to be cool, but Greg says it's just him worrying about things being exciting enough. They go through the steps Andy took to get back in the news recently, take your Twitter questions, explain why and HOW Andy Dick lives in a SHED next to a house he paid for, and cap it off with some glory hole talk.
Apr 13, 2010
Greg chats with Pearl, Eric and Scott Ian from the band Pearl for this week’s tempo setting podcast. Greg shows of his metal knowledge by calling Slayer Flair, the group debates if Madonna has C-cups, and Scott talks about losing his virginity to an older lady on Fire Island when he was thirteen. They take your twitter questions and all your Overheards, Greg explains the racial cell phone dividing lines, and Greg has special news about his book.
Apr 6, 2010
Greg does the podcast in Florida while attempting to both vacation AND write the book he owes his publisher. He brought his family out to his mom's place, and has plenty to say about the entire ordeal that has become his trip so far, while talking about the enjoying the holiday and his birthday. He takes the time to play one of the trademark FitzDog games, Rank 'Em, which he plays by himself.
Mar 23, 2010
Greg, Mike Gibbons, and Tom Arnold discuss the widest ranging topics in podcast history. Greg scolds producer Mike Cioffi for talking while recording, Tom talks about almost throwing down with the cast of Seinfeld, and they take your twitter questions. Greg gets chewed out by his wife for showing a testicle to see Cioffi’s date’s tit, Tom gets hustled by a Make-a-Wish recipient who never ended up dying, they learn that poison ivy doesn’t cause anal bleeding, and Tom announces Gov. Arnold is bringing Chinese money over to build high speed rail connecting north and south California, and possibly the new stadium somewhere in the inland Empire.
Mar 20, 2010
Greg talks to comedian and former Tonight Show sidekick Andy Richter in Andy's family room. They talk about etymology of sidekick, and bottom bitches. They talk about Andy's dad being gay and coming out when he was a child. They talk about all the topics YOU want to hear Andy talk about: Tiger Woods, Catholic scandals, retiring and enjoying crack, jewish food, Greg being an angry Irishman.
They play the standard games, Overheard, Liar's Poker, and Rank 'Em, and take your Twitter questions.
They also talk about Conan and the late night situation.
Mar 16, 2010
Greg chats with actress Ally Walker and writer/director Josh Goldin to this week’s podcast to mark the release of the film Wonderful World on DVD. Greg recaps his interview with Matthew Broderick, and we find out if he approves of his wife wearing blackface to his funeral, Greg embarrass Ally with his enjoyment of her nude scenes, and Hollywood’s discrimination of the Irish and their genetically superior livers is discussed. The group recalls the good old days when a parent could really rough up their kids, they take your twitter questions, and Greg finds a sexy potential date for producer Mike Cioffi.
Mar 14, 2010
Greg heads to the Night of 140 Tweets to help Haiti. He interviews:
Ben Stiller - Has a crush on Greg's wife
Dane Cook - on his Myspace fame and recent Howard Stern appearance
Dave Foley - On the pecking order of Twitter in comedy and the 2010 Winter Olympics
Weird Al Yankovic - Nicest guy in the business
Bob Saget - He works blue
Janina Gavankar - they talk about the Dutch fucking other countries
Michael Ian Black - Former cohort from Best Week Ever
Neal Brennan - Who talks about Dave Chappelle
Kerri Kinney - She talks to Greg about their dads working together back in the day
Dana Gould - Talks about his pilot
Greg Behrendt - Shares his tweet
Joanna Angel - Gets help on her tweet/joke from Greg
David Wain - On going meta
BJ Porter - Greg gets confused with BJ Novak and turns his back on
Mary Lynn Rajskub - Friend of the show
Greg also explains why he doesn't like Aziz Ansari.
Go to fitzdog.com to learn more about how to donate to the charity, or buy the video of the night.
Mar 10, 2010
Greg invites Simpson's Co-Creator Sam Simon and comedian Leslie "Big Les" Jones to the Fitzdog man cave for this weeks intense podcast. The group agrees on intern Brian's low sexual potential, they chat about last weekend's Academy Awards, and Leslie searches for a man to tell her to shut up. Greg describes to Leslie what could have been between them if he weren't married, they take your twitter questions, and Greg aces his sponsor plugs.