The Smartest Man In The World speaks frankly about life, lyricism and the pursuit of laughter. We talks about the evolution of Greg’s linguistic style, and how he borrows from authors to make it gooder…
We discuss the thrill of improvisation, and the stream-of-consciousness style that allowed him to improvise an entire standup album on the night. All this and some fascinating behind-the-scenes details on Greg’s podcast, and how it is further cultivating his audience - an unmissable episode!
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