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WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

Comedian Marc Maron is tackling the most complex philosophical question of our day - WTF? He'll get to the bottom of it with help from comedian friends, celebrity guests and the voices in his own head.
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Now displaying: July, 2010
Jul 29, 2010

Marc liked Mike Birbiglia. Then he didn't. Then he was a jerk to him. Then he felt bad. Now he's sitting down with Mike to find out why he resented him and why he finds himself liking Mike again. They'll also talk about the dangers of sleepwalking and the hazards of the Comedy Cellar in New York.

Jul 26, 2010

Marc describes Dana Gould as someone who represents the history of modern comedy. Dana stops by the garage to talk about having a breakdown on stage, being a writer for The Simpsons, offending people, and adopting children from China. Plus, Marc tries to figure out why he feels haunted whenever he comes to Boston.

Jul 22, 2010

Paul Provenza has documenting the lives and styles of other comics in projects like the film The Aristocrats, the book Satiristas, and the TV show The Green Room. Now Marc will try to document the life of Paul, including why he stopped doing comedy in the U.S. and how he overcame stage fright. Plus, Marc communes with the ghosts (and insects) residing in the Chelsea Hotel.

Jul 19, 2010

Marc's back at the UCB Theatre in L.A. to welcome one of the founding members of the UCB, Matt Besser, as well as veteran comic Ed Crasnick. Plus, as usual, Jim Earl and Eddie Pepitone will stop by. And Marc holds out hope that Craig Robinson will show up as planned. (SPOILER ALERT: He won't.)

Jul 15, 2010

Marc strikes up a bromance with writer and comedian Joe Wagner, who really thinks he and Marc should become good friends. It's a conversation that straddles the line between surprisingly sweet and stunningly embarrassing. Plus, Marc gets on the phone with his dad to figure out why the two of them can't seem to have any fun.

Jul 12, 2010

Andy Richter talks about improv, Conan, sidekickery, weight loss and farts. And oh yeah, something about The Tonight Show and Jay Leno and TBS. Not sure what he was talking about, it sounded so outlandish. Plus, Marc has career advice for yoga instructors and supermarket managers.

Jul 8, 2010

It's always a party with comedian Nick Swardson who stops by the garage for a talk about fireworks, Sandler movies, and marrying Ving Rhames. It'll be a welcome relief for Marc, who spent two days in the desert trying to find spiritual fulfilment by the Joshua Tree. Find out if he still hasn't found what he's looking for.

Jul 5, 2010

Marc talks child rearing, literature and go-go dancing with Daniel Handler, the author also known as Lemony Snicket. Plus, now with the nicotine behind him, Marc is fighting to take control of his food addiction. Almost Dr. Steve drops by to help analyze the cravings.

Jul 1, 2010

Marc's in San Francisco for Bring the Rock, a show in which he's booked to play guitar and sing in font of a live audience. He'll get on stage with help from musician Grant-Lee Phillips and comedian Greg Behrendt. But will he be able to go through with it and perform like a rock star for the first time in 31 years?

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