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Apr 11, 2011 25

Fresh from the set of The Office, Ed Helms joins Marc in the garage to wind down after a day of shooting with a banjo/guitar jam session. They'll also talk about Ed being embarrassed about his mother seeing The Hangover, his teenage awkwardness with the opposite sex, and something he did in the movie Cedar Rapids that he still can't believe. This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers. Click here and use the code WTF for a special offer on Easter flowers.

25 Comments
  • two and a half years ago
    Tiboki
    Velvetelvis , couldn't have said it better myself. That episode was SUPER AWESOME!! Like the 2 bags of peanuts.
  • two and a half years ago
    Tiboki
    I agree. what's with all the hate? That episode was AWESOME period. awesome music awesome talk awesome jokes. just super awesome
  • almost three years ago
    Velvetelvis
    Who the fuck is commenting on these fucking episodes? Ed Helms...The Hangover Ed Helms and The Office Ed Helms and The Daily Show Ed helms...covers...goddamn motherfucking COVERS a Ralph Stanley, honest-to-goodness-brings-tears-to-your-eyes classic Little Maggie on the fly and beyond holds his own and people aren't satisfied? The episode could have ended there and it would have been a winner. Jesus fuck get grateful people.
  • almost three years ago
    WW
    Kind of an odd show, as Marc seemed pretty disinterested in Helms, probably because of Helm's lack of 'darkness.' But there was also something else mixed in there - jealousy maybe. Marc, jealous? No! Anyway, Marc's disinterest was really palpable.
  • over three years ago
    James
    Jim, I agree. I kept thinking that he totally went to Westminster.
    Wikipedia confirmed: Westminster '92.
  • over three years ago
    Jim
    Ed Helms seemed pretty guarded about his upbringing in Atlanta. Compared to David Cross, who does a far better job dissecting his suburban Atlanta upbringing. Anyway, it is what it is, and I really enjoyed listening to it. I appreciate Marc's effort to have interesting topical guests.
  • over three years ago
    Felipe
    A future part 2 with more music and away from any cats would be a nice addition! You could call some other comedians/musicians and have whole songs like that one with Grant Lee Buffalo you did a while back.
  • over three years ago
    LM
    Awww, Ed Helms! What a very likable guy -- with a banjo bonus! I guess I'm not so cynical as I thought as I was, cos I really liked Ed in this podcast. Nice _can_ be charming, hooray!
  • over three years ago
    James
    The allergies were really funny. As was Ed Helms. Not boring at all. A nice laid back jam.
  • over three years ago
    Scott
    That was WTF Pod. Y'all come back now ya here!
  • over three years ago
    Joe Tily
    So-so episode, but this from your newsletter Marc: "I am in preemptive withdrawal from my techno narcissistic extensions of my global emotional reassurance grid" has to be the best sentence of 2011 so far . . .
  • over three years ago
    Crate&Trauma
    DONT GOOGLE CANCER
  • over three years ago
    Tamsies
    Maron, not only do you need allergy pills available, you should have taken the podcast somewhere else and not in your garage. He was wheezing for Christ's sake. Honestly you were being a bit self-absorbed and were not sensitive to how awful he was feeling.
  • over three years ago
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  • over three years ago
    h
    Helms had this annoying habit of saying something and then 3 seconds later, immediately going "No. Wait, that's wrong."

    Uninteresting because he sounds pretty whitebread, well-adjusted.

    Not to mention the fact that they recorded this episode a few months back (something Marc could upload while in Australia) made it so Helms couldn't really say anything about The Office or The Hangover 2.

    It's a good thing Andy and Angela didn't get married, with that cat allergy of his.
  • over three years ago
    jimjim
    I liked the banjo playing and it was kinda funny that Ed was having cat allergy problems. His discomfort added some suspense and humor
  • over three years ago
    admin
    Test
  • over three years ago
    Joe
    They all can't be brilliant. But Foggy Mountain Breakdown was worth the wait.
  • over three years ago
    graysheep
    I liked this. Ed is cool. Plus the riffing in the begining[and the end]...AWESOME
  • over three years ago
    Dan
    Loved the jam session!
  • over three years ago
    MG
    Ed HelmZZzzzzzzZZZ
  • over three years ago
    Dan
    That was by far the least interesting episode to date.
  • over three years ago
    Liz in iowa
    LOVED Ed Helms on the banjo!!! Yes, Marc, get something for the cat allergies. :)
  • over three years ago
    Brad in Ohio
    The Cancer Valley Lodge
  • over three years ago
    Ziggy
    That was oddly very uninteresting. Liked the banjo though, and like Ed Helms.