From Greg’s favorite show, “Veep,” Sam Richardson is enjoying his new fame and money except when getting swindled by two hot girls in Hungary.
Actress Kathy Baker -- winner of the Golden Globe, the SAG Award and three- time Emmy winner -- discusses her craft. They do not talk about pornography.
From Netflix's new series “Grace and Frankie,” June Diane Raphael talks about almost assaulting a crazy man whose dog shit on her lawn.
From Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber, and Half Baked, Harland Williams defends himself against Greg's charges that he goes to dark places.
Greg Proops, The Smartest Man in the World, talks about his new book, "The Smartest Book in the World," to a guy with limited intelligence.
Greg opens up the phone lines as people discuss the Baltimore riots and the state of live comedy.
Jim Norton is a brilliant, troubled, nice person. Listen to him talk to his old friend Greg for about an hour.
Comedian/actor extraordinaire Larry Miller shares his experience going to the other side and coming back and implores us all to try get an A.
"Deadliest Catch" captains Keith Colburn and Johnathan Hillstrand have a few good laughs about being manly.
From NBC's "Undateable," David Fynn talks about his fear of gun-toting Americans.
From “Whose Line is it Anyway?,” Colin Mochrie talks about the history of the show and the new season.
Kindler triumphantly returns and the boys take a call from an exasperated Mike Gibbons.
Part 3 of Greg’s stories of life on the road.
From “Undateable” and “Rules of Engagement,” Bianca Kajlich stops by. One of the best podcasts of the year.
From Chicago by way of Parks and Recreation, Jim O’Heir talks about his dad the cop and getting free stuff.
Awesome comic Sebastian Maniscalco talks to Greg in Denver about his big plans to drive a rented Cadillac to Whole Foods.
Greg continues down the road of his best stories on the road as a comedian.
The great Will Sasso calls an ex-girlfriend to verify his sexual prowess. (She confirms.)
Journeyman actor and very cool guy Leland Orser talks about how to be evil.
From Silicon Valley and Yogi Bear 3D, T.J. Miller talks about his brain and Greg’s patio.