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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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Feb 25, 2013 3

Mike White, the creator of Enlightened, talks about his triumphs and anxieties in the course of making movies like School of Rock, The Good Girl and Chuck and Buck. Plus, Marc talks with Jeff Schimmel about the documentary he's putting together on the life of his brother, the great Robert Schimmel. This episode is sponsored by Go To My PC. Try it free by using the code WTF and access your computer from anywhere at any time.

3 Comments
  • over a year ago
    Slob Jones
    Twenty minutes into this podcast, and all I hear is a whiny, self-absorbed male of undetermined age repeat, "Like, like, like, I like, like like like like, like, like like, I don't know, I like like like like like."

    And Maron foisting this on his audience as some sort of acceptable interview.

    No, thanks.
  • a year and a half ago
    Josh
    I really sucks that Enlightened won't continue because of low ratings. It is a fantastic show. Well done Mike. Great writing.
  • a year and a half ago
    Lets Get Real podcast
    This was a real illuminating conversation. Mike described my own thrillseeking nature. Albert Camus' existentialist writing captures the appeal of travel/writing/acting and how it fights against the "finite" nature of life as White was explaining.

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    Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus
    Hence the actor has chosen multiple fame, the fame that is hallowed and tested. From the fact the everything is to die some day he draws the best conclusion, An actor succeeds or does not succeed. A writer has some hope even if he is not appreciated. He assumes that his works will bear witness to what he was...

    What more revelatory epitome can be imagined than those marvellous lives, those exceptional and total destinies unfolding for a few hours within a stage set? Off the stage, Sigismundo ceases to count. Two hours later he is seen dining out. Then it is, perhaps, that life is a dream... By thus sweeping over centuries and minds, by miming man as he can be and as he is, the actor has much in common with that other absurd individual, the traveller...