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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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Mar 15, 2010 16

Marc wants to help you kick your addictions (unless your addiction is this podcast). Comic Rob Delaney shares his own bottoming-out story and encourages you to laugh at his pain. Then Marc gets some couch-time (actually, garage-time) with Almost Dr. Steve to help deal with "the bug."

16 Comments
  • over three years ago
    Janine
    I really really want to know what the song is that that just leads into Rob talking. Does anyone know what it is? The riff is killing me!! Please please retty please Marc/Marcs interns anyone, tell me!

    ps - I love this podcast.
    xxx
    Janine
  • four and a half years ago
    RhythmVault
    I just discovered your podcast recently, and had on of those \"WhereTheFuck has this been all my life?\" moments. I absolutely loved this one, and will share it w/ a few shadowy friends. Congrats on your 10 years, and keep up the outstanding work w/ this great podcast.
  • four and a half years ago
    kjgear
    Always a great podcast... and I agree 100% with this:

    \"As for pot being the most \'insidious\' of all drugs as Maron stated, I WHOLEHEARTEDLY disagree. Pot is the most benign of them all. That is the truth.\"
  • four and a half years ago
    LA from Finland
    Marc, thanks for this episode. I love your comedy, but these \"serious\" discussions take your podcast to another level. Really insightful stuff. I\'m listening to it for the second time, and I\'m going to play it to my girlfriend, who is in therapy because of depression.

    By the way, you have to come to Finland and perform your comedy here. You have a steady fanbase here (based on your appearances on Conan), and you could probably book a couple of gigs in Helsinki and Tampere.
  • four and a half years ago
    M. de Varona
    Another great episode. I actually heard it twice. The fascinating thing to me about it was the apparent inherent honesty between Maron and Delaney. It was comforting to know feelings of depression, of impending doom, from time to time, are not just exclusively in my head. As for pot being the most \"insidious\" of all drugs as Maron stated, I WHOLEHEARTEDLY disagree. Pot is the most benign of them all. That is the truth. Look forward to the next one.
  • four and a half years ago
    fancy nancy
    this is exceedingly fascinating...thank you for talking about this...
    i liked when \"fan\" commented & said \"there is nothing more irritating than a sober person\" : )

  • four and a half years ago
    Brian Cavanaugh
    Chantix will help you stop smoking. I was diagnosed with a liver disease 10 years ago and subsequently stopped drinking. Thats one way to get sober. Thanks for this podcast Marc its good to talk it out. No I am going to go rub one out.
  • four and a half years ago
    andrewj
    Thank you Marc for your insight, but sometimes i get confused as to who is a fake guest and who is a real guest. that Rob Delaney sounded a whole lot like the guy who smoke the Salvia and talked about shutins poop. I will take your word for it that he is real. It\'s hard to imagine getting that fucked up that you would drive into a building and not remember it. I still don\'t believe that addiction is a disease. Addiction is the CURE, albeit an unsustainable one. The disease is the depression and anxiety and the lack of love received as a child. I find most problems come down to that.
  • four and a half years ago
    Meredith
    I enjoyed these stories and the general tone of this one. Listening to funny people talk about sad things is way more appealing than unfunny people talk about anything. Thank you!
  • four and a half years ago
    Ben Gebruiker from Holland
    Thanks Marc, stopped smoking 1.5 years ago, ....now i\\\'m depressed for 1.5 years.....wtf
    think my next step is Pro..fckn..zac.
    because i don\\\'t wanna smoke again.!! and surrender to the tobacco mafia!,,,oké! i feel better now
  • four and a half years ago
    fan
    @Huggy Bear
    \"A sucky WTF podcast beats most other podcasts,,,\" so you agree it was sucky? I don\'t look to this podcast to teach me stuff but sometimes I do learn things. That\'s what great about comedy - it can open your mind up to things that you might reject if someone just flatly tells you something you\'ve heard a million times before.
  • four and a half years ago
    Huggy Bear
    Hey Fan, if you look to this podcast to \"teach\" you something, you\'re going to be in deeper shit than you already probably are. You thought it was preachy too? It was just two guys telling stories of the good ol\' days. A sucky WTF podcast beats most other podcasts out there, so perk up and stay happy.
  • four and a half years ago
    Felipe
    Really liked this one... Low on laughs but very interesting nonetheless.
  • four and a half years ago
    Kelly in NYC
    Thanks so much for this podcast Marc. I don\'t know if i\'ve ever felt like someone understood where I was coming from so well.
  • four and a half years ago
    fan
    This episode sucked Marc. It was preachy and didn\'t teach me anything I didn\'t already know. I\'m happy for you, but there is nothing more irritating than a sober person.
  • four and a half years ago
    Brad in Ohio
    Thanks, Marc.