Greg Proops’ Brain

April 6, 2013

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Greg Proops is recognized throughout the English speaking world as one of the wittiest comedians working today. He hosts the critically acclaimed “The Smartest Man In The World” podcast and can be seen as well as heard on the BBC. He is widely known for his work as an improvisational comedian on the UK and U.S. versions of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” He also performed on “Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show” and played Max Madigan on the Nickelodeon sitcom “True Jackson, VP.” Please subscribe to us on iTunes and leave a review!

About Eddie Pepitone

Eddie is a force of nature on stage, switching between social rage and self-doubt. His shows are an energetic combo of calm and chaos, blue-collar angst and sardonic enlightenment. Few comedians working today channel the power of the rant better than Eddie Pepitone. In addition to his regular stand-up shows, Eddie is stand-out comic/character actor. Beginning in New York City’s improv/sketch scene (where he quickly became a regular face), and continuing on to recurring roles on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. Eddie has also appeared on numerous comedy TV shows, including The Life and Times of Tim, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Sarah Silverman Program, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Last Comic Standing, and Chappelle’s Show. Fans also might recognize Pepitone from his role in the hit comedy Old School or from his multiple award-winning short, Runyon: Just Above Sunset.

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4 Responses to Greg Proops’ Brain

  1. Dee Dee The Jewish Jew April 7, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    Pure heaven!

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  2. Ford of The Lies April 8, 2013 at 6:15 pm

    Thanks David wish it lasted longer. But I know you;ve heard that a million times before. The two of you are incredibly funny and smart.

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  3. Clark P April 8, 2013 at 9:11 pm

    Great to hear the clash of the titans as you old warriors reach back into the primordial ooze of prehistory.

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  4. Nostalgia Damos April 9, 2013 at 8:37 am

    Well there you go. This is why podcasts are the future. Why would I watch late night television when I can hear these two masters of wit go at it? Feldman needs to spring for a few TV cameras and run these on Netflix.

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