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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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Apr 1, 2010 15

Feast on this, Comedy Nerds: Marc sits down with writer-director-actor Bob Odenkirk. You want some Mr. Show talk? You got it. How about some thoughts on Tim & Eric? Got that, too. You want to hear what Bob considers to be his biggest failures? Oh yeah, got it. Plus, Marc reveals the shameful source of a recent residual check. 

15 Comments
  • almost four years ago
    goyguy
    RE:

    i think there is a chinese proverb that goes like: \"hope for the best but plan for the worst\"
    posted by: andrew h on Sun, 4/4 11:53 AM EDT

    Also Jewish...see Mel Brooks\' \"12 Chairs.\"
  • almost four years ago
    breakingbadlands
    Odenkirk\'s creative passion and entertainingly-anxious personality matched yr own ...it was fucking palpable....great radio
  • almost four years ago
    wht
    There is a regular music videocast up that is sponsored by ULINE and they do product placement every episode.
  • almost four years ago
    reilly
    Yes- relate to Uline Catalog! I guess I\'m a fan of design, solutions, organization and using things for un-intended purposes. Have to move out of Queens apt. and had just put the Catalog on dump pile-just have to part with it- for now. Grateful, Marc, to have found podcast after looking you up on you-tube. Really relate to your Queens/Metro issues and the personal observations of daily existence. Thanks for sharing the rants too.

  • almost four years ago
    Keith
    Marc, Whoaaaa. the Uline rant was completely hysterical and cathartic. I totally relate and understand myself a little better. Thanks. Do you validate parking? Keep up the great work.
    Keith
  • almost four years ago
    andrew h
    i think there is a chinese proverb that goes like: \"hope for the best but plan for the worst\"
  • almost four years ago
    wONko tHe s@Ne
    If you want the pen-ultimate fantasy catalog you HAVE TO have get the printed Cole Parmer catalog, it comes in three shipments, the final one being a catalog that weighs at least 5 lbs abd is TWO and a HALF Füçking inches thick!

    And it\'s all scientific supplies that totally make me want to be some sort of mad scientist.


    Best.Free Catalog.Ever.


    ------------wONko tHe s@Ne
  • almost four years ago
    Marc
    I relate to your shit way more than I would like to admit. Love the honesty and the way that you interview / talk to people. This was another solid episode. Got turned on to you when you did TBTL with that Burbank guy a while back. Really appreciate all the work you put into the podcast,I\'m totally fucking hooked. Good work mi amigo. Muy bueno y loco. Marcos.
  • almost four years ago
    Sobreiro
    One of the best episodes! Odenkirk is the man.
  • almost four years ago
    Tim Johnson
    That was such a great show and interview.

    Things I learned:

    ULINE, Tim and Eric, and Nothing, not kids, money, accolades or even sex can make you happy in the long run, except yourself.

    OM,

    Tim
  • almost four years ago
    solidmastery
    The last 15 minutes were rich.
  • almost four years ago
    SixDegrees
    Thanks again for a great podcast. I learn something new each time I listen. I added both Mr. Show and Breaking Bad to my netflix queue.

    Your musings on catalog shopping were hilarious. I also order stuff from the L.L.Bean catalog and Lands End. Why? Who knows. It is the anti-cool, but it\'s really well made stuff and it\'s classic. Sometimes if you can\'t be cool go with classic. I don\'t even bother to try anymore with the cool. After all, a broken clock is at least right twice a day, but if you\'re trying too hard to keep up or be ahead of the cool curve, you just never get it right. The trouble is, lately I\'ve been feeling the perverse urge to branch into really unacceptable purposely ugly matronly old lady clothes from some of these catalogs my grandma used to get. Wonder what that\'s about?

    Anyhow, I share your obsession with the ULINE catalog, and I think you\'ve got something there about the draw being smoething about the fantasy of total organization.

    I have to disagree with your assessment of the pump soap, though. I find the convenience of the prelathered soap to be awesome. I even buy the foamy dish soap. It\'s nice to remove friction where I can in life.

    A male friend of mine wisecracked that it that foamy soap had been around when he and his brothers were growing up, it\'d have been impossible to get them out of the bathroom. Other guys I know have tested this premise in the shower with mixed results. Just sayin.
  • almost four years ago
    Steven Doyle
    April Fool\'s Day is also my ex-wife\'s birthday. Not sure what that means.
  • almost four years ago
    Dave P.
    Odenkirk and Maron busting on Aspen and Aspen Comedy Fest. Awesome! As a Coloradoan, I couldn\'t agree more. Thanks guys.
  • almost four years ago
    Lane
    First! Waited up for this, just like I do every one of your podcasts lately. Please keep it up man, I\'m loving every minute.