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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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Jun 13, 2011 7

Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler remembers her early days as an improv comedian in New York City when she used to cross paths with an edgy young stand-up named Marc Maron. She also talks about her feelings toward Lorne Michaels, her fear of being compared to Steve Carrell and her marriage to another very funny individual. This episode is sponsored by Mail Chimp, where you can create email newsletters and mailing lists for free.

7 Comments
  • over two years ago
    Brendan
    Subscribers to the premium service have unlimited access to streaming service of all episodes. We do not have an option to download individual archive episodes.
  • over two years ago
    Sebastian
    Is there a way to download these interviews? I am a paying subscriber and would like to listen to them on my MP3-Player while I exercise. I don't own a smartphone. Thanks and Greetings from Germany! :)
  • over three years ago
    RossK
    Who the heck knew......

    That there is this weird & wonderful comedy/improv/lower eastside history of careening, colliding and cross-pollinating content machines to rival anything anybody ever put together when telling the story of, say, post-punk popular music.

    Or some such crazy mixed-up thing.

    Take Del Close, for example....

    I had no idea that American Improv had a zen master that was one part Jonathan Richman and one part Johnny Thunders with a dash of ?, if not the Mysterians too, thrown in for good measure.

    Thanks.
  • over three years ago
    Dan Buskirk
    One of the all-time great episodes. Poehler comes off unpretentious and dedicated to her craft. Congrats on the pilot!
  • over three years ago
    Richard
    Haven't got to the interview yet, just wanted to take pause and say that your show sounds fantastic! Weirdly I was looking into something for work involving Ed Asner just yesterday, so I feel... connected. You have your good self, the voice of Carl from Up, and the hilarious Ken Jeong, what could possibly go wrong? Sounds like the potential to be Curb meets Larry Sanders on the Wayne's World set. All the best, break a leg, and I bet somewhere in the world a pet taking a dump on your bed is a good sign... Now on with the interview.
  • over three years ago
    Katie
    Love this podcast, love this interview, and love Amy Poehler.

    She's easily one of the most wonderful people in the world and my Monday became a little bit awesome when this showed up on my itunes this morning. I have so much respect for her and her career.

    Thank you, Marc!
  • over three years ago
    spleenal
    Dude, I just checked out who's gonna play your girlfriend on the show.
    She's hawt!
    Don't get confused as which one you're meant to be banging and which one you're meant to be acting with!