One Smart Person and Greg Gutfeld Episodes (25)
April 10: Thomas Sowell
Greg interviews economist, social theorist, and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, Thomas Sowell. They discuss his latest book, 'Discrimination and Disparities.'
April 24: Andy Ngo
Greg interviews Quillette.com journalist and editor, Andy Ngo. They discuss recent hate crime hoaxes and the latest on the Jussie Smollett case.
May 1: Dr. Moran Cerf
Greg interviews neuroscientist Dr. Moran Cerf. They discuss his research into the development of brain chips that make people super-intelligent.
May 15: Kyle Smith
Greg interviews writer and critic-at-large for National Review Online, Kyle Smith. They discuss identity politics in entertainment and some of their favorite movies. Please be advised that this episode may contain adult content.
May 22: Adam Carolla
Adam Carolla stops by to talk to Greg about his first ever stand-up comedy special, 'Not Taco Bell Material.'
May 29: Diana Fleischman
Why do we find certain things disgusting? Greg explores the topic with evolutionary psychologist, Dr. Diana Fleischman. Please be advised that this episode may contain adult language.
June 5: Kat Timpf
Kat Timpf visits Greg to talk about her new Fox Nation show, 'Sincerely Kat.'
June 12: Diana Pasulka
Is belief in intelligent extraterrestrial life a new religion? Professor Diana Pasulka from the University of North Carolina Wilmington joins Greg to discuss.
June 19: Jonathan Morris
Greg talks to Jonathan Morris about his decision to leave the priesthood.
November 28: Scott Adams
Greg sits down with Dilbert creator and political commentator Scott Adams.
December 5: Dr. Susan Schneider
Greg interviews philosopher & cognitive scientist, Dr. Susan Schneider. They discuss the pros and cons of artificial intelligence. Are we too complacent or too paranoid?
December 12: Dr. Debra Soh
Greg interviews sex science writer and political commentator, Dr. Debra Soh. They discuss how censorship and conformity have become the norm in academia.
December 19: Dr. Gad Saad
Evolutionary Behavioral Scientist Dr. Gad Saad joins Greg to discuss evolutionary theory, political correctness, social media and those who are easily triggered.
January 9: Christina Hoff Sommers
Greg interviews former philosophy professor and AEI Resident Scholar, Christina Hoff Sommers. They discuss a new global study that finds men are more discriminated against than women, the effects of the concept of "toxic masculinity" and the future of the #MeToo movement.
January 16: Dr. Drew on 'toxic masculinity'
Greg interviews host of "Midday Live with Dr. Drew" on KABC Radio, Dr. Drew Pinsky. They discuss the new Gillette ad on "toxic masculinity" and the rise of fentanyl abuse in the U.S.
January 23: Michael Malice
Greg interviews author Michael Malice. They discuss social media trolling and bad behavior, and new details about the viral video of the Covington Catholic high school students and a Native American man.
January 30: Mike Baker
Greg interviews former CIA covert operations officer and CEO of Diligence LLC, Mike Baker. They discuss the crisis in Venezuela, Roger Stone's indictment, the media vs. Trump, and the Democrats' 2020 presidential candidates. They also reminisce about Greg's first show, "Red Eye."
February 6: Andrew Schulz
Greg talks to comedian Andrew Schulz about the perils of modern comedy due to the social justice mob. Please be advised that this program may contain strong language.
February 20: Dr. Drew Pinsky
Greg talks to host of 'Midday Live' on KABC Radio, Dr. Drew Pinsky, about the recent typhus outbreak in Los Angeles. They also discuss the latest developments that cast doubt on the alleged hate crime that 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett reported.
February 27: Kurt Loder
Greg interviews film critic, radio host, and former legendary anchor of MTV News, Kurt Loder. They recap the Oscars and discuss their favorite movie picks.
March 6: Eric Dezenhall
Greg's guest today is author, journalist, damage control expert, and CEO of Dezenhall Resources, Eric Dezenhall. They discuss how to avoid social media pitfalls and what damage control can be done if the outrage mob comes for you.
March 13: Victor Davis Hanson
Greg talks to Victor Davis Hanson about his new book, 'The Case for Trump.' They also discuss the 2020 Democratic candidates for president and whether anyone can beat President Trump.
March 20: Elizabeth Nolan Brown
Greg's guest today is associate editor at Reason.com, Elizabeth Nolan Brown. They discuss the sex trade.
March 27: Scott Adams on the Mueller report
Greg's guest today is 'Dilbert' comic strip creator, Scott Adams. They discuss the conclusions of the Mueller report and the media reaction. They also talk about the charges being dropped against Jussie Smollett.