Director Noah Baumbach's latest movie, Frances Ha, touched a real nerve with Marc, as did Noah's other films like The Squid and the Whale, Greenberg and Margot at the Wedding. They talk about why Noah's movies cut so close to the bone, plus Noah discusses what it's like to collaborate with Wes Anderson. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click on the radio mic and enter WTF to start a no risk trial with a $110 bonus offer.
Marc gathers the crew for a big blowout bash blast at Trepany House in Los Angeles, featuring Christina Pazsitzky, Matt Kirshen, Jason Nash, Jeff Richards and Jim Earl. This episode is sponsored by GoToMyPC by Citrix. Access your computer anywhere, anytime. Click on the "Try It Free' button and enter WTF as the offer code.
Alison Brie visits the Cat Ranch and Marc tries to figure out whether she's closer to Community's Annie or Mad Men's Trudy. In addition to talking about those two signature roles, Alison tells Marc about growing up around his neighborhood, participating in clothes-optional exploits in college and feeling the pressure of protecting the secrets of Mad Men. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, LegalZoom and Adam & Eve.
Community's Gillian Jacobs made Marc nervous when she was an audience member at one of his stand-up sets. Luckily, nothing gets rid of nerves like bonding with someone over a shared fascination with morbid Los Angeles murder stories. During their garage chat, Gillian also explains the stunning choice she made that led her to an acting career. This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers and Shari's Berries. Use the offer code WTF for Mother's Day savings.
Huey Lewis has the distinction of being one of the biggest stars in the world at one time in his life. He talks to Marc about the musical journey that culminated with Huey Lewis and The News and continues to this day. Plus, he divulges his secret to writing so many chart-topping songs. This episode is sponsored by GoToMyPC from Citrix. Access your computer anywhere, anytime. Click on the Try It Free button and enter WTF.
Margaret Cho surprises Marc with a much more revealing story than he expected. Andy Kindler lets everyone in on his joke-writing process. Carmen Lynch describes getting comedy training at The Learning Annex. Brendon Walsh has trouble with pat downs. And Matt Braunger unleashes the rage monster that lurks beneath his mild temperment. This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers and Shari's Berries. Use the offer code WTF for Mother's Day deals.
Hank Azaria lends his voice and talent to many of the most beloved Simpsons characters. But he lends Marc some valuable advice about becoming a dad later in life and about finding productive ways to deal with professional setbacks. This episode is sponsored by Inside Amy Schumer on Comedy Central and Stamps.com. Click on the radio mic and enter WTF to start a no-risk trial with a $110 bonus offer.
Other comedians often call Mark Schiff their favorite comic, which is as much as curse as a compliment according to Mark. He talks about his journey through the stand-up world, with great stories about Rodney Dangerfield, Jerry Seinfeld, Johnny Carson and more. This episode is sponsored by GoToMyPC from Citrix. Access your computer anywhere, anytime. Use the code WTF and click on the Try It Free button.
Seth Romatelli and Jonathan Larroquette are the guys behind one of the original comedy podcasts, Uhh Yeah Dude. They talk with Marc about the ups and downs of being pioneers in an emerging medium as well as their personal struggles and triumphs off the mics. 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 with a $110 bonus offer.
For a guy who can't play a lick of music, Jim Florentine embodies the spirit of a Rock and Roll Comic. He tells Marc how he started out as Jammin' Jim, how he wound up as a favorite on Howard Stern, Crank Yankers and as an opener for Andrew Dice Clay, and how he took a tragic episode of his life and found a way to help people get through their own dark times. This episode is sponsored by Legal Zoom, Audible and Adam and Eve.