Live from The Comedy Store, I hang out with fellow Boston comic Bobby Kelly, with a pop-in from Bill Burr. Check out Bobby's new comedy special "Kill Box."
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From SNL and Weeds, Kevin Nealon talks about dinner with Elizabeth Taylor and how Steve Martin does not want to be his friend. His new book "I Exaggerate" has some of the best caricatures I’ve ever seen along with LOL stories.
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From HULU’s "This Fool" and his HBO special, Frankie Quinones talks about being on his favorite new show.
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From Silicon Valley and Deadpool, Comedic mastermind T.J. Miller comes on and gets “Fitz-dogged” once again.
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No guest- no filter. Coming off crazy week in Austin, I'm back to talk about my son’s birthday, my wife’s new baby and my crawl to the middle.
I spend a few hours at Leslie’s Beverly Hills home almost catching COVID. Lenny Marcus chills with us while we talk about their new podcast and her days doing audience warm-up for TI’s wife Tiny.
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The most controversial man in comedy Andy Kindler comes on to insult me and people I care about. He also explains why he passed on The Aristocrats yet somehow didn’t pass on doing The Montreal Comedy Festival from his own living room.
From Wait Wait... Don’t Tell Me! and winner of Last Comic Standing, Alonzo Bodden comes back on the podcast.
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The Rickey Smiley Morning Show is broadcast in over 100 markets but what his listeners do not know is that he loves yacht rock. Rickey Smiley is an amazing guest and a fine standup. Check out his new tour.
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The Sklar Brothers have been a part of my life for many years, and we had a blast hanging out this week. Go see them live!
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Creator of “My Name is Earl,” “Raising Hope,” “Yes Dear” and “The Guest Book,” Greg Garcia talks about Joey Diaz and working in a Burger King during a writers strike. His new show SPRUNG is awesome.
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My comedy pal Jesus Trejo talks about doing comedy in both English and Spanish and the pressure of being named Jesus.
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Annie Lederman talks about having a prickly exterior but a sweet inside. Funny story about an early run in with Leslie Jones.
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Comedian / writer / producer David A Arnold talks about having the #1 show on Nickelodeon and a new special on Netflix. We talk about his step-father co-founding the O’Jays and his mother-in-law hosting MLK at her house. Great dude.
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I talk with legendary comedian Dom Irrera about his rapport with women, the perks of being a comedian and getting in bar brawls.
Stand up comedian / show runner and cool dude Owen Smith talks about growing up with Aunties who taught him how to fight. He shocked college crowds with his material and used the money to shoot his stand up special.
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One of the great comic minds in the business today. Anthony Jeselnik and I talk about fan meet and greets, sobriety, hosting Last Comic Standing and his 20 year stand-up tour.
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Paul Virzi co-hosts Anything Better w/ Bill Burr and his own podcast The Virzi Effect. We talk about his new special and how we’ve had similar lives growing up in NY.
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My old comedy and hockey pal Ian Bagg sits in and we talk about the comedy journey and winning a hockey championship together in New York.
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The incorrigible and Jewish David Feldman jokes about his mom’s sex toys, 9/11 and Harvey Levin. In the first 12 minutes of the podcast. Funniest one all year.
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Fitzdog Radio goes solo this week as Greg catches you up on a friend’s big success, Norm’s new special and what he’s been doing alone in the house all week.
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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