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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 12, 2010 11

Marc resurrects some Bay Area memories with two San Francisco-based comics, Jim Short and Greg Proops. Learn how Jim helped Marc at his weakest moment and find out why Greg has problem with Anderson Cooper. Plus, Marc hopes for a personal resurrection during Greek Easter.

11 Comments
  • four and a half years ago
    RoadLord
    I listen to WTF while walking around my neighborhood, trying to get some exercise (I\'m a recovering OTR trucker), and I was getting some mighty strange looks from people as I strolled about, laughing my head off.
    Greg\'s droll account of his encounter with Tom Jones was priceless. And Jim\'s good deed w/ the DVD player was an act of friendship that left me speechless.
  • four and a half years ago
    M. de Varona
    Great episode. Right up there with the Ron Shock and Rob Delaney episodes. Does anyone know the song that segues from Short to Proops?
  • four and a half years ago
    Trent D
    Andrew H:
    When you write \"...wikipedia is it\'s strength, not it\'s weakness...\" you\'re using a contraction in the word \"it\'s.\" That is, you are combining the words \"it and \"is\" by contracting them into \"it\'s.\" Other examples are can\'t (can not), or you\'re (you are). Not trying to be a snob, just trying to help. In this case, don\'t (do not) contract, as in \"...Wikipedia is ITS strength, not ITS weakness...\"
  • four and a half years ago
    andrew h
    People who criticize wikipedia when they discover anyone can edit it just demonstrate their ignorance. Has Greg or Marc actually tried to edit an article? If you do and put in crap you will quickly discover that it gets analyzed, attacked and removed very quickly. The openness of wikipedia is it\'s strength, not it\'s weakness. I find it surprisingly accurate, unbiased and well written for the most part considering people do it for free.
  • four and a half years ago
    Dave P
    I agree; this was a great show. It\'s nice to know that even when Maron was not on his best behavior, that he met and made some decent friends. Short was great, and I am glad he stuck around for Proops. It was great to hear Jim and Marc laughing along, which just goes to show that when Maron lets go a bit, the show -- HIS SHOW -- can become bigger than all of the talented combined. Thanks a lot guys, this show was so great that I listened to it twice.
  • four and a half years ago
    Joe Tily
    Great show man, especially Mr. Proops.
    He was a comedy god in England for a few years on Whose Line Is It Anyway?. The great Proopstradamus was the main reason many people watched that program. He showed alot of people in the UK that Americans aren\'t all loud, egotistical dullards. That man has one of the sharpest wits in comedy, hope you have him on again Marc!
  • four and a half years ago
    Brendan
    Rabon,

    That song was \"The Winner Is\" by DeVotchKa
  • four and a half years ago
    Sobreiro
    Great chemistry among you and Proops... I\'m a fan of his as well, hope he comes back!
  • four and a half years ago
    Rabon81
    Great show as usual...just curious what song was played at the 35 minute mark?
  • four and a half years ago
    Todd Mason
    \"Some sort of Spanish Yiddish\" sounds a lot like Ladino...the Sephardic language. A lot of folks named Margulies, among other names obviously, either speak or have ancestors who spoke Ladino...
  • four and a half years ago
    DickM
    My God !!

    The Munchkin Coro0ner from the Wizard of Oz who declared the Wicked Witch of the West \"Sincerely Dead !!\" has died himself AT 94 !!!

    Time for a visit from Mort Mortenson if you ask me ... the ultimate time !!