The One w/ Greg Gutfeld Episodes (25)
Greg Shares His Alternative Christmastime Album
On the latest edition of 'The One,' Greg is joined by comedian Jimmy Failla, country star John Rich, and newly minted podcast hosts, 'Tyrus and Timpf' to discuss the recent controversy surrounding the 1949 Dean Martin classic, 'Baby, It's Cold Outside.'
Will There Be NO Oscars Host at All?
On the latest edition of 'The One,' Greg is joined by Economic Policy & Financial Analyst Heather Zumarraga, comedian Kris Fried, and hosts of the podcast 'Tyrus and Timpf,' Kat Timpf and Tyrus.
Looking Back at Some of the Greatest Moments of 2018
On the latest edition of 'The One,' Greg is joined by national security and global affairs analyst Morgan Ortagus, comedian Jim Florentine, and hosts of the podcast 'Tyrus and Timpf,' Kat Timpf and Tyrus, to look back on some of their favorite moments of 2018.
Elbert Guillory on Trump, Immigration & Racism
Greg speaks with former State Senator from Louisiana, Elbert Guillory. They discuss President Trump's Oval Office address, immigration, and racism.
Are Men More Disadvantaged Than Women?
Greg is joined by comedian David Angelo, comedian Jimmy Failla, Kat Timpf and Tyrus, to discuss a new study which apparently found that men are more disadvantaged than women in 90+ countries. Take a listen to hear Greg's PSA for those men feeling disadvantaged.
Covington, Colonoscopies & Concerts with Nick Gillespie
Greg's guest today is editor-at-large of Reason, Nick Gillespie. They discuss the latest news on the viral video of the Covington Catholic High School students and the Native American man. They also talk about colonoscopies, concerts, football, 'The Brady Bunch' and a whole bunch of other fun stuff.
Permanently Suspended with Anthony Cumia
Greg's guest today is legendary radio personality and host of 'The Anthony Cumia Show' on Compound Media.com, Anthony Cumia. They discuss his book, 'Permanently Suspended: The Rise and Fall... and Rise Again of Radio's Most Notorious Shock Jock,' Andrew Breitbart and Anthony's radio career.
High Anxiety of the Comic Variety with Joe Machi
Greg's guest today is comedian, Joe Machi. They discuss Joe's career, the state of modern comedy, social media mobs and things that make them anxious.
Get Buzzed with Howard Kurtz
Greg's guest today is journalist, author and host of 'Media Buzz' on Fox News, Howard Kurtz. They discuss media bias, the term 'fake news,' and the insane news cycle in the age of President Trump.
@Redsteeze On Music, Movies & Smollett
Greg's guest today is Stephen L. Miller, who has written for FoxNews.com, National Review, and the New York Post. He also has a popular Twitter account with the handle @redsteeze. The two discuss the best music and movies of 2018 and the latest news on the Jussie Smollett case.
Red State Blue State with Colin Quinn
Greg talks to stand-up comedian, actor, and writer Colin Quinn about his new off-Broadway show 'Red State, Blue State.' They also discuss comedy in the age of social justice and Twitter.
Abducted in Plain Sight with Jan Broberg
Greg’s guest today is Jan Broberg. The Netflix documentary, ‘Abducted in Plain Sight,’ is based on the kidnapping and abuse Jan suffered as a young girl by a trusted family friend. She gives powerful insights into how a family can be manipulated by a predator.
Banishing Blight with Bill Pulte
Greg's guest today is the founder of the non-profit organization Blight Authority, Bill Pulte. They discuss the effort to eliminate Detroit's urban decay in order to create safer communities.
Covington Aftermath with Attorney Robert E. Barnes
Greg's guest today is Robert E. Barnes. He is an attorney who is representing some of the Covington Catholic High School kids and their families. They discuss the legal avenues they are pursuing.
The Legendary Orson Bean
Greg's guest today is legendary actor, director, writer, and producer Orson Bean. They discuss his amazing career, his late son-in-law Andrew Breitbart, political correctness in modern comedy, and politics in Hollywood.
How to Draw Crazy Cars and Mad Monsters with Ed “Newt” Newton
Greg's guest today is artist and custom car designer Ed 'Newt' Newton. They discuss his book 'How To Draw Crazy Cars and Mad Monsters Like a Pro,' which chronicles the hot rod art of the late 1950s.
The Simulation Hypothesis
Greg's guest today is MIT video game designer and entrepreneur Rizwan Virk. They discuss his latest book, ‘The Simulation Hypothesis: An MIT Computer Scientist Shows Why AI, Quantum Physics and Eastern Mystics All Agree We Are In a Video Game.’
Dr. Gad Saad on "Idea Pathogens"
Greg's guest today is Dr. Gad Saad who is an evolutionary behavioral scientist at the John Molson School of Business. He is known for applying evolutionary psychology to marketing and consumer behavior. They discuss facing down the social media mobs and what Dr. Saad describes as 'idea pathogens.'
The Professor Behind Grievance Study Hoaxes
Greg's guest today is Dr. Peter Boghossian who is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Portland State University. They discuss Dr. Boghossian's role in a series of hoaxes that published fake grievance studies in top academic journals.
The Republican River
Greg's guest today is his former mentor, author and editor, Denis Boyles. They discuss his latest book 'The Republican River' which explores the issues that are motivating red-state Middle America.
Can Harsh Words Lead to Violent Deeds?
Greg's guest today is journalist, co-founder and Editor in Chief of Bloggingheads.tv, author, and professor Robert Wright. They discuss the potential impact of harsh rhetoric.
The Difference Between Mad People and Bad People
Greg's guest today is retired NYPD Emergency Service Unit Officer, Detective Anthony Favara. For the past 25 years he was the subject matter expert for the Unit and the NYPD as it relates to policing the mentally ill.
Study Shows College Students Afraid to Openly Disagree with Professors
On the latest edition of 'The One,' Greg is joined by comedian Joe Machi, Dr. Drew, and newly minted podcast hosts, 'Tyrus and Timpf' to discuss a recent survey of U.S. college students. The study revealed that 52% of students surveyed said their professors regularly share their political opinion.