Boston

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Greg talks about his trip to Boston where he walks around the beautiful city. In his stories he talks up Monte Cristo sandwiches, his dayjob, travelling back and forth, awkward hotel massages, and his Super Bowl wager.

He also talks to some local comedians in Boston after his show, what the comedy scene is like in Boston now, what it was like for comics before them, and a recap of Greg’s show.

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Blackcast

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Greg does today’s “Blackcast” in honor of Black History Month. He starts off the podcast with talking to some of the cast and crew of a Jamie Foxx comedy project, and then does a sit down interview with Craig Robinson of The Office.

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Ray Romano

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On this week’s podcast, Greg kicks 2011 off with co-host Mike Gibbons and call-in guest Ray Romano. Greg and Mike critique True Grit, Mike ruins his kids forever by allowing them to watch television, and Greg describes a Fitzsimmons’ Christmas. Greg and Ray agree on the best way to get laid while married, Ray talks about his show Men of a Certain Age, and Greg’s compliment blows up in his face.

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Greg At Foxwoods

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Greg does a podcast on the road while performing at Foxwoods. He talks to some of the other performers at the show, and chats about who is, and who is not, difficult when it comes to comedy bookings.

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Free Fitz Of Laughter CD

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Buy 2 copies of Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons, send the receipt to Alice @ fitzdogradio@gmail.com, and she’ll email you a free copy of Fitz Of Laughter. Doesn’t get simpler than that. It’s not available in stores. This is the only way you can get it!


Book Soup Bestseller

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Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons is a Book Soup bestseller! More details and info at Book Soup.


Greg, Identity and Margaret Cho

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Greg is his garage in Venice with Mike Gibbons for today’s podcast, which focuses on identity, character, and being pegged as a type. They bag on hipsters, and try to figure out producer Jordy Altman’s type. Greg and Mike create a new game “Prophetic or Pathetic?” and also get to “Talk Your Way Out Of It” and “Overheards”.

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New Article On The Huffington Post

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Revolution is in the air. Since first hearing the story as a child, any mention of the ‘Boston Tea Party’ has elicited in me an excitement that is uniquely American. When I heard rumblings that there was a new Tea Party, I got goose bumps. I love tea, I love parties, I hate taxes; I’m in! It seemed that most of America joined in my excitement …

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Norm MacDonald

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Norm MacDonald comes to Greg’s garage for possibly the funniest podcast in the history of mankind. Norm gives his thoughts on Oprah, he announces women are not throwing, and have never thrown themselves at him, and tells what happens when Alan King mouthed off to Don Rickles. Norm gives comedy lessons with the help of Steve Allen, Greg premieres the new game Talk Your Way Out of It, they play Liar’s Poker, and they write a joke for Greg’s Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance.

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Patt Morrison – NPR

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SCPR – Patt Morrison – November 24, 2010

It’s probably happened to many people with hyperactive mothers—you’re reorganizing the attic, moving houses or just poking around through old stuff and you come across a box full of letters, ticket stubs and other keepsakes collected over the years commemorating the good, bad, and ugly of you life. Comedian Greg Fitzsimmons came across just such a box, or boxes in his case, that contained disciplinary letters, incident reports, and newspaper clippings that his parents received from teachers & school officials. In his book Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons Greg picks up where his parents left off with his own collection of letters received during college and throughout his career. Just in time for Thanksgiving, where the best and worst of childhood memories are dragged across the dinner table, Greg & his mother share the trials and tribulations of being in a family without losing your sanity.


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