Veteran TV writer and showrunner Bill Lawrence talks to Marc about his success in creating shows like Spin City and Scrubs after getting fired from major sitcoms of the 90s. But will he change the title of his current show, Cougar Town? This episode is sponsored by Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO. Also, for special Valentine's Day deals, go to AdamandEve.com and ProFlowers.com and use WTF as the offer code.
Matt Graham has quite an amazing history. He and Marc crossed paths in the Boston comedy scene and Matt went on to be a respected comedy writer, a professional Scrabble player, a professional poker player, and an almost-college basketball player at the age of 40. But that only scratches the surface. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click on the radio mic and enter WTF for a special offer.
Marc got his start doing comedy in Boston and now he's back doing a Live WTF. All the guests on the show are comedy legends in Boston and, at some point in the past, Marc opened for all of them. It's a murderer's row of Boston comics - Kenny Rogerson, Mike Donovan, Jimmy Tingle, Tony V and Frank Santorelli. This episode is sponsored by Magners. Go to the Magners Facebook page for more comedy from Magners.
Marc heads over to Hollywood Boulevard for a chat with Jimmy Kimmel. They discuss Jimmy's upbringing in Las Vegas, his tales of survival in local morning radio, his love of pranks and his mindset when he pulled one of the most famous televised pranks in history on Jay Leno. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click on the radio mics on the homepages and enter WTF for special offers.
Paul Feig, creator of Freaks and Geeks and the director of Bridesmaids, brings it to the garage for a candid conversation about comedy, his origins, Christian Science, the Golden Globes and a daunting issue he's lived with for most of his life. This episode is sponsored by Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central and Adam and Eve.
Ralphie May brings the Deep South into the Cat Ranch. He tells Marc how he survived comic hazings, a harrowing car crash, Bill Hicks, Sam Kinison and Last Comic Standing to become one of the most popular headliners in the country. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click the radio mic and enter WTF for a special trial offer.
Fred Stoller broke into comedy during the boom period of the 1980s. He worked with up-and-comers like Eddie Murphy and Jerry Seinfeld. He was on every television show that would feature stand-ups. By 1993, he quit. Fred talks to Marc about the struggle of being and remaining Fred Stoller. This episode is sponsored by Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central, and Adam and Eve.
Todd Glass returns to the garage for a very different conversation than the one he and Marc shared the last time. It's an honest, open discussion unlike any other heard on WTF. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click the radio mic and enter WTF for a no-risk trial offer.
One of the most respected, unique, and tireless stand-ups in history, Steven Wright joins Marc in the garage to talk about his career and why he still has trouble understanding it. This episode is sponsored by Real Time with Bill Maher, Fridays at 10/9c on HBO. Click here to get exclusive videos and read the Real Time Blog.
Comedian Bert Kreischer is a fun guy. In fact he has an international reputation for being ridiculously fun. Bert tells Marc how his global party image developed and how it led to his current success on television and in comedy. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click on the radio mic and enter WTF for a special offer.