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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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Dec 17, 2012 1

Actor-writer-director Jon Favreau was at the forefront of the improv comedy scene. But instead of being the next great sketch comedian, he wound up being the director of blockbuster movies like Iron Man and Elf. Jon tells Marc how he got into one of Hollywood's most exclusive circles and how he almost didn't make his breakthrough movie, Swingers. This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers and Adam and Eve. Use the offer code WTF at the checkout for great savings.

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  • a year and a half ago
    Cate White
    Ok, how is it that this guy who thinks he and Marc are cut from the same cloth could be so boring? There are different brands of self-obsession and Marc's has all kinds of holes in it that lets other people in. Jon's is the kind that makes him a 'winner' in the world, but there's a cluelessness about him that makes listening to him go on about himself kind of tedious. Think of it like a broken bowl. The truly broken people are more porous. The ones who have remained intact might hold sad soup, but they are self contained in a way that keeps the most dangerous feelings out (and in.) I hope Jon doesn't read this. All we want is for someone to reflect back our own experience and I'm sure there are plenty of people for whom he provides a perfect mirror. Or maybe his characters do. That's actors for you: empty vessels that aren't broken. Whatever kind of soup you need.