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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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Nov 3, 2011 6

Chris Rock talks with Marc about getting his start in comedy thanks to Eddie Murphy. He explains why he went from Saturday Night Live to In Living Color. And he reveals the one relationship in his life that had the biggest impact on helping him breaking through with his Bring The Pain stand-up special. It's Chris Rock on WTF. Come on. This episode is sponsored by Adam & Eve and Audible.

6 Comments
  • nine and a half months ago
    jessica foley
    Normally do not comment, but in order to break up the monotony of doing temp-data entry work for this corporation right now. I'll interject:

    Ok, this interview is three years old. Still, question: Rock said he was surprised that young comics do not observe the sets of their contemporaries. Is it possible that these young comics Rock is referring to consciously avoid watching other comics perform out of fear of subconsciously stealing material? Or out of fear that they would be tempted to consciously steal like Carlos Mencia? I disagree completely with Abe Forman, and Brad about Chris eating during the interview. 1) Its Chris Rock, he can eat whatever, and whenever he wants. 2)The sounds of chewing, eating, swallowing were the antithesis of disgusting, they make Rock human, living in a moment, eating breakfast, lunch, or dinner, whatever with Marc. Healthy people injest food ever day, at least three times a day, I hope you boys are over it by now.
  • almost two years ago
    lily
    wow. chris rock is super rude. what an asshole.
  • two and a half years ago
    Abe Froman
    I couldn't even make it halfway through, the sounds of Chris eating and swallowing are disgusting. And fucking rude, show a little respect for Marc and the podcast, christ.
  • two and a half years ago
    Brad
    Lots of good stuff in this but I wish Rock could have had his four course meal and chewed gum before or after the interview.
  • almost three years ago
    adam carr
    great interview -- also, i've always wondered if/when marc maron would interview dave chappelle. i've always thought marc kinda skirted discussing chappelle in his interviews, but was that foreshadowing at the end?
  • almost three years ago
    Clever Nickname
    Chris Rock, hell yeah! I'm just gonna savor the anticipation of this one for a while... OK, done, I'll start listening now.