Greg interviews Quillette.com journalist and editor, Andy Ngo. They discuss recent hate crime hoaxes and the latest on the Jussie Smollett case.
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 3: The Greg Gutfeld Show Cast and Crew
Greg goes behind-the-scenes with some of his staff from 'The Greg Gutfeld Show.' Tune in to see what they think of their boss!
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.
March 11: Burgess Owens
Greg talks to former NFL football star Burgess Owens about his career, life post-football, and his decision to run for Congress in Utah.
February 12: Tom Shillue
Greg is joined by Tom Shillue to discuss his impressions of Adam Schiff and Joe Biden on 'The Greg Gutfeld Show.' Tom also gives some tips on how comedians should handle hecklers.
January 29: Tyrus
Tyrus and Greg give a behind the scenes look at 'The Greg Gutfeld Show' and discuss their favorite movies as well as the 2020 Oscar nominations. Please be advised that this program may contain strong language.
November 27: Brian Kilmeade
Greg sits down with Brian Kilmeade to discuss his new book, 'Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory That Changed American History.'
November 6: Scott Adams
Greg is joined by 'Dilbert' creator Scott Adams to discuss his new book 'Loserthink: How Untrained Brains Are Ruining America.'
October 16: Remy Munasifi
Greg is joined by Remy Munasifi to discuss his hilarious parody videos.
October 2: Kimberley Strassel
Greg and Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberley Strassel discuss the Democrats' attempt to impeach President Trump and what it means for the 2020 election.
September 18: Terry Schappert
Greg sits down with Terry Schappert to discuss his newest book, 'A Guide to Improvised Weaponry: How to Protect Yourself with Whatever You've Got.'
August 14: Marc Siegel
Greg and Dr. Siegel discuss that problems that occur when politics and the medical field mix.
August 7: Seth Dillon
Seth Dillon, CEO of the satire website The Babylon Bee, sits down with Greg to discuss his company's feud with the fact-checking website, Snopes.
July 31: Bret Easton Ellis
Bret Easton Ellis sits down with Greg to discuss his new book, 'White.' This episode contains some adult language.
July 24: Charles Hurt
Will Trump be America's choice for president again in 2020? Greg and Charles Hurt discuss the factors that will be in play for the 2020 election.
July 17: Drew Pinsky
Dr. Drew Pinsky sounds the alarm about the homelessness crisis in Los Angeles.
July 10: Robby Soave
Greg is joined by author Robby Soave to discuss his new book, 'Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump.' Please be advised that this program may contain strong language.
June 19: Jonathan Morris
Greg talks to Jonathan Morris about his decision to leave the priesthood.
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 5: Kat Timpf
Kat Timpf visits Greg to talk about her new Fox Nation show, 'Sincerely Kat.'
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.
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 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 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.