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Mar 17, 2011 8

Tom Rhodes is one of Marc's oldest friends in comedy and he has one of the most interesting career paths. He talks with Marc about his role as the early face of Comedy Central, his ill-fated sitcom, his life abroad and his time as a talk show host in Amsterdam. This episode is sponsored by AdamandEve.com - click here for 50% off almost any item plus free gifts.

8 Comments
  • three and a half years ago
    sonicgg
    Great show, as usual!
    I'd never really heard of Rhodes but he sounded very cool and would love to see his show get made. I'm a long-term ex-pat./traveler so I wish this show would've been longer. Also, his Wikipedia page mentions a Sacred Cow Productions connection so it would've been cool to hear about that.
  • three and a half years ago
    Dominik
    It was funny, I wasn't really sure who Tom was until you referenced his bit on guns... a classic.
  • three and a half years ago
    rb
    I like the idea of Tom's proposed show, which is to travel to different cities and different countries to experience the different comedy communities. Excellent idea; and I think Tom has the personality to make it interesting.
  • three and a half years ago
    Joe Tily
    Enjoyed Tom's stand-up albums and this conversation was pretty interesting too. Cheap speed and Rock 'n' Roll Damnation! Thanks Marc.
  • three and a half years ago
    roly
    Tom seems like a guy with a big heart. I was wondering what he'd been up to and it's good to hear he's been making stuff happen out in the world. Good for him, more people should. I hope guys like him and Rollins can rub off on Marc and get him over his international cold feet.
  • three and a half years ago
    Michael M
    The John Hamm dance could have been done 11 years ago when John used to come to Largo with Paul F. Mark,I was the doorman there, and I remember you. You were so unabashedly unpretentious. "Hey,I'mMarc Maron and I'm on tonight."Lisa Langhern (Langhorne?) She was cool. Anywway, I think this is when Hamm showed up. Great for both of you.
  • three and a half years ago
    Taffy
    Love Tom Rhodes...one of the funniest comics. Great interview Marc
  • three and a half years ago
    Alien Quaker
    Loved this one Marc. Haven't heard about Tom since he left us. We, of course, saw Tom on tv here in Holland. He just didn't get the proper respect he deserved by the people here. Loved it when Steve-O came and partied with Tom. Steve-O ended up f-d up and lost in Amsterdam. It was a nice tie to 'Merka when he was on tv here.