Get the details on several landmark episodes of WTF, including 151, 153, 155, 156, 160, 169, 174 and 175. Plus, find out what guest Marc almost put into the hospital and which guest admitted to a felony.
Marc and Brendan talk about some of their all time favorites, episodes 126, 128, 130, 132, 133, 136, 138, 145, 146, and 149, which includes the first meeting of Marc and Tom Scharpling and the infamous Gallagher episode.
Marc reveals a secret about his interviewing style in the garage and talks with Brendan about episodes 108, 114, 117, 118, 123 and 124. Plus, Marc and Brendan give their biggest tips to those thinking about starting a podcast.
Marc and Brendan detail the best bits from another batch of episodes in the WTF Premium archives, including off mic details from episodes 80, 86, 90, 98 and 100.
In addition to selecting more hidden gems from the WTF library, Marc and Brendan explain how some of the most notable episodes in the history of the show came to be.
More exclusive content for WTF Premium subscribers, Marc and Brendan give the details on some of the gems in the WTF archives, including some highlights hidden in the last few minutes of several episodes.
In this exclusive content for WTF Premium subscribers, Marc and WTF producer Brendan highlight some of the deep cuts you may have missed on some of the earliest episodes in the WTF archives.
Most people remember Robert Wuhl from his performances in blockbuster movies like Batman and Bull Durham or from his HBO show Ariiss, but the bedrock of his career is stand-up comedy. Robert tells Marc how his success is linked to Rodney Dangerfield, The Dating Game, the Academy Awards and American history. This episode is sponsored by Comedy Central and by Stamps.com. Click on the radio mic and enter WTF to start a no-risk trial.
Comedian Baratunde Thurston wrote the book "How To Be Black" but he struggled with that how-to for a good deal of his life. Baratunde tells Marc about coming of age after his father was killed, finding himself stigmitized by going to Harvard, and developing his own identiy in the tech world, which led to a job with The Onion. This episode is sponsored by HuluPlus, LegalZoom, Audible and Adam & Eve.
Parks and Recreation writer Harris Wittels is allergic to cats, but he sucked it up and sat in Marc's garage at the Cat Ranch anyway. Harris tells Marc how he got his start in comedy, what made Sarah Silverman want him to work on her show, and why he got to a point where he could no longer deal with his most infamous creation - the Humblebrag. This episode is sponsored by Comedy Central and by Stamps.com.