Actress Iris Bahr introduced the world to her character Svetlana the Russian Prostitute on Marc's old late night radio show. Now that Svetlana has her own television and web series, Iris joins Marc in the garage to talk about her fame in Russia, her life in Israel and her struggles with herself. This episode is sponsored by Comedy Central.
The creator and executive producer of Community, Dan Harmon, stops by for a conversation about the paradoxical process of making a network television sitcom. They also touch on his time with The Sarah Silverman Program and his highly influential project, Channel 101. This episode is sponsored exclusively by Men of a Certain Age, returning Wednesday, June 1, only on TNT.
Wil Anderson, Arj Barker, Steve Hughes, Felicity Ward and Greg Fleet join Marc for a Down Under WTF, live at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. This episode is sponsored exclusively by Men of a Certain Age, returning Wednesday, June 1, only on TNT.
Marc seeks wisdom and insight from a true comedy Buddha, the one and only Garry Shandling. Garry talks boxing, basketball, mothers, self-acceptance and, of course, Larry Sanders. Plus, Marc wonders if the Rapture actually happened without us knowing it. This episode is sponsored exclusively by Men of a Certain Age, returning Wednesday, June 1, only on TNT.
Phil Rosenthal is the co-creator of Everybody Loves Raymond. Marc talks with Phil about his experience in Russia helping put together a Russian version of his show, which is chronicled in the documentary Exporting Raymond. Plus, Marc makes a follow-up phone call to Adam Carolla. This episode is sponsored in part by Comedy Central.
Marc explores the essence of comedian Steve Byrne. They discuss the implications of political correctness in comedy if you're a mixed-race performer and then Steve tells his side of a controversial story involving a past WTF guest. Plus, Marc gets scolded by the California DMV. This episode is sponsored by AdamandEve.com - click here for a special offer.
It's George Carlin's birthday, so what better way to pay tribute than with one of the people who knew him best, his "spouse without papers," Sally Wade. She reveals the George that not everyone got to know and talks about her last moments with him. Sally provides a fitting homage to a man who influenced just about every comedian in the business.
Marc heads north to Santa Barbara to sit with one of the giants of comedy, Jonathan Winters. At 85, he's still firing on all cylinders, creating characters on the spot and recalling old improv bits from decades ago. They discuss his storied career in comedy, film and art. It's the history of modern comedy in one interview. This episode is sponsored by AdamandEve.com - click here for a special offer.
Marc puts aside his fear of Boston Natives to welcome the thickly accented and very funny Sue Costello to the garage. Sue talks about how the bottom dropped out on her rising comedy career and how an unlikely role in The Fighter prepped her for a comeback. Plus, Marc pinpoints the origin of his salty relationship with Boston. This episode is sponsored by Pro Flowers. Click here and use the code WTF for a special Mother's Day offer.
Marc was part of this year's Kramp and Adler Comedy Festival in Milwaukee. This is the ending of that live show, when Marc was joined on stage by fellow performers Kristen Schaal and the amusingly inebriated Eugene Mirman.