Annabelle Gurwitch and Jeff Kahn are married and working in show business. Marc has no idea how that is possible. They talk about writing and performing together and how marriage is both a blessing and a curse. This episode is sponsored by Adam and Eve. Use promo code WTF for a special deal.
Josh Blue knows he's called "the comedian with cerebral palsy" by other comics. In fact, he knows it's a hell of a hook. Marc finds out how Josh's comedy transcends his condition, as well as equally fascinating things about his upbringing in Africa, his soccer playing for the U.S. Paralympic team and his thoughts on Last Comic Standing. This episode is sponsored by Audible.
Michael and Maron have issues. Marc sits down with comic and actor Michael Ian Black to sift through the rubble of their past in order to find out why they're so damn awkward around each other. You won't find tension like this outside of Christmas dinner with your in-laws. This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers and Adam and Eve.
Russell Peters is one of the biggest comedy draws in the world. Yes, in the world. He tells Marc what it's like to be a superstar comedian in countries as varied as Canada, China, India and the Kingdom of Jordan. The two of them explore why Russell's jokes cut across all cultural barriers. This episode is sponsored by Comedy Central and Pro Flowers.
The host of The Kevin Pollak Chat Show takes off his interviewer hat and submits to a Cat Ranch garage conversation with Marc. They discuss Kevin's development of celebrity impressions, the best lesson he ever learned about acting, and the one celebrity who left him starstruck. Plus, Marc sheds tears over Patton Oswalt, for real. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Use WTF as the coupon code for a special offer.
Community's Donald Glover chats with Marc about the Confederate South, black nerds, Spider-man, Tracy Morgan, Jehovah's Witnesses, foster kids, and Childish Gambino. This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers (use WTF as the coupon code) and by Comedy Central.
A classic Live WTF from the premium archives. Things get a little filthy with Dave Attell, Robert Kelly, Kurt Metzger, Anthony Jeselnik, Joe DeRosa and a special appearance by Amy Schumer. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Author Jillian Lauren happens to be Marc's neighbor. Amazingly, that's not the most harrowing thing she's ever been through. She discusses the details of her memoir, in which she became a highly paid escort and a concubine in the Prince of Brunei's harem, as well as her new novel and her life since becoming a mom. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click the radio mic and enter WTF for a special offer.
Marc talks with Anthony Bourdain about food, drugs, truth and travel. What's the most soulful food Anthony's ever eaten? Why did smoking crack lead to an obsession with surveillance material? How are cooking and stand-up comedy alike? What countries does Anthony refuse to visit? This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers. Click on the radio mic and enter WTF for a deal on mini Christmas trees.
Comedian Henry Phillips can't put down his guitar. He tells Marc about his songwriting process, his influences from Ben Folds to Black Sabbath, and his most enduring muse -- a gang-banging heckler who haunts his thoughts. Plus, Marc joins in with some blues-riffing of his own. This episode is sponsored by Comedy Central and Audible.