We’re bald, we’re gap-toothed, but somehow Paul Scheer and I have managed to marry awesome women and work in Hollywood, CA.
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One of the greatest comedy writer/ directors of all time David Zucker and I discuss whether you could still do edgy comedies like Airplane today. He describes things as “Comedy is not dead it’s just scared”.
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My fellow traveler Kyle Kinane has relocated to the Pacific Northwest, but thanks to zoom, is in my living room. And I think he stole some shit.
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Tig Notaro talks about how her boys won’t let her punish them and how q anon is hiding teddy bears at Trader Joe’s.
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Australia has given us a gift! I chat with the sketch group Aunty Donna who have a new show coming out on Netflix. Hilarious.
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Music critic, writer and great podcast guest David Wild ranks music and drops names of people he has amazing stories about working with some of the biggest names in music history.
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A three way w/ the Sklar Brothers Jason and Randy talk sports, religion and why a standing ovation might be better than sex (unless it is from your wife after sex).
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This week, NY Jew Judy Gold defends a comedian's right to say whatever the fuck they want.
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Hollywood royalty Bob Saget talks religion and NYC public access porn in the 80s.
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Nashville’s Nate Bargatze tells me about getting tased on a Fla radio show. I admit to being water boarded by Ari Shaffir.
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Renaissance comedian Colin Quinn doesn’t want any “Woke” people or anyone donning a MAGA hat in his audience. Just show up and shut up.
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Tom & I talk about when I tortured Jimmy Fallon in Las Vegas and where Tom ranks farts in the scope of life (hint: very high).
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Your hero Steve-O is on this week! He was funny and honest & what is better than that?
From his man-cave in NY Bobby Kelly and Greg get deep into the show ALONE and by extension how improbable it is that they are both not.
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Tony and I celebrate our rise to the middle of show business and our desire to stay right there. Fame is for suckers.
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Comedy sweetheart Ron Funches talks about doing Zoom comedy shows and how he has saved for this rainy day.
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I catch up with my dear friend, comedian and podcaster, Nikki Glaser. We talk about getting back on stage, our ADHD, and her living with her parents in St Louis.
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Alan Zweibel was one of the 1st writers hired on SNL in 1975 and is responsible for some of the most iconic characters and bits in the show’s history. He also mentored me when I was in high school. It was amazing reconnecting with him to talk about his new memoir.
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We spent years doing VH1 shows and Chelsea Lately panels together. Loni Love joins Fitzdog Radio for a short conversation about the entertainment industry and her new memoir, “I Tried to Change So You Don’t Have To: True Life Lessons."
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Sopranos stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa talk about a restaurant in Harlem (Rao’s) where you can’t get a table unless you are Scorsese, the mayor, or were on the Sopranos. P.S. Greg’s dad died there.
I talk with Mark Normand about New York comedy and his massively successful YouTube special, "Mark Normand: Out to Lunch."
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My friend Joey Diaz talks about social media and his nauseating toenails.
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The great Rory Scovel returns to the show to talk about his time on The Eric Andre Show and how great his ass once was.
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My interview w/ Carl Reiner has been one of the high points of my career. I’m rereleasing it today free. He also signed my boxed set of the 2,000 yr old man albums that my father gave me when I was a teenager.
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One of my heroes from my Boston days Jonathan Katz hangs out and makes me cry laughing. And then he laughs at me crying.
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