WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

Comedian Marc Maron is tackling the most complex philosophical question of our day - WTF? He'll get to the bottom of it with help from comedian friends, celebrity guests and the voices in his own head.
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Jan 25, 2016

Michael Moore says he's angrier than he's ever been about the state of things. But Marc senses something softer in Michael's personality these days. The filmmaker and activist sits down with Marc in the garage to discuss where that anger comes from, why he's made a conscious choice to channel those feelings in a new direction, and how this all plays out in his latest film, Where To Invade Next. This episode is sponsored by Chelsea Does on Netflix, Seeso, and

Jan 21, 2016

Cultural critic and writer Cintra Wilson has always made Marc's head spin. She takes him back to her wild and woolly days in San Francisco and gets him up to speed on her most recent project, a cross-country exploration of American fashion. Plus, Zach Galifianakis stops by to talk about his new series Baskets, which he co-created with Louis CK. Zach and Marc also compare notes on their respective interviews with President Obama. This episode is sponsored by Idiotsitter on Comedy Central, HBONOW, Audible and Squarespace.

Jan 18, 2016

Crispin Glover knows you might think he's crazy. As he tells Marc, he sees madness as being good for art. They talk about what that perception has meant for his acting career, including the lawsuit that stemmed from Back to the Future and the roles he's taken in big budget movies like Charlie's Angels. Crispin also talks about the new film he's making with his father and his in-progress trilogy. This episode is sponsored by Childrens Hospital on Adult Swim, Squarespace, Audible and

Jan 14, 2016

Garrett Morris is the first original member of the Not Ready for Prime Time Players to sit down in the garage. Garrett tells Marc how he made it to SNL despite being homeless, addicted to cocaine and cursed by his grandmother. He also gets into his career post-SNL and explains how he survived being shot by a would-be mugger. This episode is sponsored by Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO, Portlandia on IFC, ZipRecruiter, Blue Apron and Colony on USA Network

Jan 11, 2016

Writer-director Charlie Kaufman takes Marc through his impressive filmography, including Being John Malkovich, Adaptation and Synecdoche, NY. But they also go back to when Charlie was a panic-stricken writer on TV shows like Get a Life and The Dana Carvey Show. Then Charlie and Marc are joined by Duke Johnson, Charlie's co-director on his new film Anomalisa. This episode is sponsored by David Bowie's Blackstar, MeUndies, Seeso and

Jan 7, 2016

Todd Haynes has been messing with Marc's mind for decades. Well, his films have. The writer-director sits down in the garage to go over it all, from his Barbie doll biopic about Karen Carpenter to his identity-bending Bob Dylan film to his latest love story, Carol. Plus, Marc gives Sarah Silverman a call to congratulate her on her SAG Award nomination. This episode is sponsored by Colony on USA Network, Warby ParkerSquarespace, and Todd Margaret on IFC.

Jan 4, 2016

David Spade kicks of 2016 in the garage, talking with Marc about growing up with guns, becoming a father unexpectedly, turning the corner at SNL after years of struggling, getting to know and love Chris Farley, and hitting the road to do stand-up again. Plus, David explains how he narrowly avoided becoming a Hollywood tragedy during a terrifying night at his home. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, Blue Apron, Casper and

Dec 31, 2015

Bill Burr returns to WTF for the first time in six years. He talks with Marc about big banks, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, playing drums for Slash, and his new animated series on Netflix, F is for Family. Also, Marc bids farewell to Lemmy and looks back at a year of great conversations, including highlights from President Obama, Terry Gross, Keith Richards and more. This episode is sponsored by The Jerry Springer Podcast and

Dec 28, 2015

Author and journalist Neil Strauss became the story after he wrote the enormously popular and controversial book, The Game. He got so deep into the world of pick-up artists and the seduction community, he struggled to find the truth about his own identity and personal relationships. Neil and Marc sit down in the garage to talk about what Neil learned from the experience. This episode is sponsored by Colony on USA Network, Squarespace, and SimpliSafe.

Dec 24, 2015

Singer-songwriter Bob Forrest has a hell-and-back story befitting the 666th episode of WTF. Bob tells Marc how he became a drug counsellor after struggling with addiction while leading the band Thelonious Monster. He also explains why he felt Celebrity Rehab was desperately needed and why he worked with Dr. Drew to create it. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, The Jerry Springer Podcast and SimpliSafe.

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