My buddy Neal Brennan is back from presenting at the Dave Chappelle induction into the Mark Twain Awards Hall of Fame.
Me and Mike Gibbons do another episode of “The Sunday Papers”. We cover everything from the Chicago police superintendent falling asleep drunk at the wheel to the Sunday Comics. Goddamn, that Blondie is hot!
My friend and one of my favorite comics Anthony Jeselnik describes slapping an audience member in the face & a 400 lb man getting muscled out of his show by a small female cop.
From the comfort of Chelsea’s Bel Air estate we discuss Chelsea drinking less, smoking pot more, and trying to not grab people’s asses.
(Editor's note: Chelsea's audio for this episode briefly dropped out in a few places, so audio from Greg's mic was boosted to compensate these instances.)
My pal Doug Benson agrees with me; when a party starts at 8:00, you get there at 8:05. THAT is cool.
My brother Joey Diaz sits with me at the Comedy Store and we relive what was one of the greatest nights of comedy we’ve been a part of. And it was just a random night.
Comedy Central Roast head writer Mike Gibbons takes us backstage the night of the roast and into the writers room to talk about some of the great material that didn’t make it on. A BONUS EPISODE this week!
Fitzdog Radio Hall of Famer Mark McGrath is back! Check it out now.
My friend Brian Posehn admits to getting his ass kicked by his son. He had to go to the chiropractor. I would have used his college fund to pay for it.
Psyched that my friend Whitney Cummings is back on the podcast! We talk about her awesome new special on Netflix and the art of roasting.
I've got my old pal Tony Hinchcliffe on this week, and although we weigh less than 300 lbs combined, it is a heavy podcast.
I’ve worked with Karen Kilgariff in the alt comedy rooms, in writers' rooms, and briefly at a taco truck on La Cienega. I love her podcast My Favorite Murder and I'm psyched she’s back on today’s podcast. Get the new Fitzdog Radio before it’s old.
Tom Arnold stops by to weigh in on Al Franken and recounts his fist fight with Marc Burnett.
Daniel and Greg talk at length about how they would make love to their publicist Michael O’Brien.
Comedian and friend of the show Ian Edwards talks about Lenny Bruce, Andy Kaufman, and Dane Cook.
Bert and Greg record their version of “Guys we’ve f****d”. Both sunlight and shade are thrown around the comedy community.
It's Mike Gibbon's Dad on Father’s Day! Gibbons Sr. talks about growing up poor in the Bronx and hanging around Greg’s dad (who was from a better part part of the BX). Heartfelt and funny.
Jackie has been killing in the clubs for 30 years. She has an original, hilarious voice and has insightful takes on comedy today.
Beth Stelling is a triple threat (maybe quadruple if you count cello). My pal from Crashing talks about kissing your mother on the lips and shitting on the field hockey field.
The Aceman shows off his verbal prowess and explains his transition into standup comedy.
Boston legend Steve Sweeney has done films with every star in Hollywood and been one of the most influential comedians in New England history. His new film “Sweeney Killing Sweeney” is hilarious and available on iTunes.
David recounts a hilarious drunken fight with his wife on his last bus tour. Also a lesson on the most productive ways to take drugs. His new special is fantastic!