Domenick Lombardozzi talks about Entourage, working with DeNiro, and why he can’t get milk in his coffee. Ray Oldhafer also helps answer some home improvement questions, and Alison reads the news.
Harland Williams joins Adam for a live podcast about Harland's new special, Billy Ocean and the Dukes of Hazzard. Plus a round of Blah Blah Blog.
Eugene Mirman sits down for a podcast about a rowdy fan in Detroit, crazy Russians, and fecal incontinence.
Tim Ferriss chats about becoming a 4-Hour Chef, hunting pigeons, and how ‘serving sizes’ can trick you. Boomer Esiason also calls in to talk NFL Super Bowl hopes, and David Wild hears Adam’s favorite song of the week.
David Alan Grier is back to discuss getting the city key to Harlem, establishing internet relationships, and chatting with Mike Tyson.
Gilbert Gottfried joins Adam for a live podcast about gay graffiti, the latest with Manti Te'o, and whether goat cheese is flammable.
It’s Adam’s 1000th podcast, and Ben Schwartz of ‘House of Lies’ sits down with the gang, live from Room 5 at Amalfi. Alison reads a new chapter from her book, and Adam takes audience suggestions for ‘What Can’t Adam Complain About’.
Dana Gould returns for a tribute to Huell Howser. Greg Fitzsimmons stops by later to discuss a rant contest with Jay Mohr, guys who wear jumpsuits, and Beyonce’s lip-synched performance at the presidential inauguration.
Nick Kroll is in studio to discuss his new sketch series ‘The Kroll Show’, annoying ranchero music, and crisis management publicists. Dave Dameshek also joins to chat about the lead up to the Superbowl, and the Creep of the Week.
Jimmy Kimmel returns to the podcast to discuss his multiple firings from the radio biz, Adam’s inability to read or write, and Obama’s inauguration.
Leo Laporte phones in to discuss podcast unity and the mysteries of patent law. Later, SF Giants pitcher Barry Zito and singer songwriting Kelley James swing by to discuss Mangria, World Series baseball, and Patrick Duffy.
Live from Amalfi restaurant, Anthony Jeselnik joins Adam for a podcast about chalk body outlines, Obama's gun control plan and Manti Te'o. Plus a round of Nerdwalking.
Harley of Epic Meal Time talks with Adam about eating bears, weird Canadian pronunciations, and drunk cooking competitions. Later, Shark Tank’s Daymond John swings by to discuss the birth of FUBU and how to sell your product for millions.
Bill Simmons returns to kick around two movie pitches. David Wild is also in studio to chat with Adam and the gang about the Golden Globes, Grammys, and Songs of the Week.
Jim Jefferies joins for a podcast about racing at Laguna Seca, the Golden Globes, and watching ‘Best Funeral Ever’.