Scott Potasnik’s adventures as a “Sexpert” started early, when, at age 23, he was hired as the fresh-faced young host and senior producer of Playboy TV’s hit series Sexcetera. 


Award-winning musical satirist and songwriter Eric Schwartz has been playing music and comedy venues nationally for fifteen years (The Improv, The Comedy Store, The Bottom Line...).


Josh Arnold combines intelligence with silliness in an original, honest, and often self-deprecating manner. His sharp and unique insight provides a hilarious, occasionally absurd perspective that makes him a favorite of audiences and fellow comics alike. 

He’s seen tens of thousands of movies, but doesn’t remember a single plot. He’s Mr. Skin, the world’s foremost authority on female nudity in film, and he’s helping his followers learn the true meaning of “double feature.” 

Jeff Probst is best known for hosting CBS’s hit reality show “Survivor,” for over a decade. He is a four-time Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Reality Host for his work on “Survivor,” and has traveled the world serving as both its host and executive producer. In addition, Probst received an Emmy in 2001 when the show won the first ever Outstanding Non-Fiction Program back before we all really knew what Realty TV was. In addition to survivor, Probst is also a feature film director. In 2002, he wrote and directed “Finder’s Fee,” starring Ryan Reynolds and James Earl Jones. He’s also just released his first novel, Stranded. Watch Jeff Wednesdays at 8p on the new season of “ Survivor:” 


Nick Griffin began doing standup comedy back in 1987 as a way to voice his frustrations with life and to avoid having a job with a boss. Sure he may be dark, cynical, depressed and has a problem getting along with women, but Griffin is one of our absolute favorite guests and is a must see if he performs in a club near you. Nick has been featured on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” “The Late Show w/ David Letterman,” “The Late Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson” and recently finished a brand new comedy CD “ Bring Out the Monkey.”