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      Mon 24 Apr 2017

      Episode 805 - Walter Hill 1h 45m play

      Poor health kept Walter Hill out of the Army in the '60s, but that twist of fate led him into filmmaking during the tumultuous end of that decade. Walter tells Marc about being there for the major shi... 67 more words

      Thu 20 Apr 2017

      Episode 804 - Amanda Peet / W. Kamau Bell 1h 40m play

      Marc is a fan of Amanda Peet when she's playing funny, quirky characters, like in Togetherness or Brockmire, and when she's cold-hearted and mean, like in Changing Lanes or Syriana. He finds out in pe... 52 more words

      Mon 17 Apr 2017

      Episode 803 - Baron Vaughn / Moshe Kasher 1h 38m play

      Baron Vaughn knows that growing up without a father and sharing a bunk bed with grandma can ignite the comedy spark. He tells Marc about being a latchkey kid watching cable TV and drawing inspiration ... 67 more words

      Thu 13 Apr 2017

      Episode 802 - Michael Chiklis / Kurt Braunohler & Lauren Cook 1h 31m play

      It turns out Michael Chiklis and Marc went to Boston University at the same time, but soon after school Michael got cast as John Belushi in the movie Wired, which almost ended his career on the spot. ... 75 more words

      Mon 10 Apr 2017

      Episode 801 - Anne Hathaway / Aimee Mann 1h 40m play

      Marc tries not to fanboy out too much with Anne Hathaway in the garage. While he attempts to keep it together, they talk about her path from party girl to motherhood, the lessons gleaned from messed u... 66 more words

      Thu 06 Apr 2017

      Episode 800 - Jeff Ross 1h 42m play

      For the 800th episode of WTF, Marc welcomes back the show's very first guest, Jeff Ross. Just as WTF evolved since that first episode in 2009, Jeff evolved from the Roastmaster General to a comedian u... 64 more words

      Mon 03 Apr 2017

      Episode 799 - Jason Zinoman / Hank Azaria 1h 41m play

      New York Times comedy critic Jason Zinoman is the one person analyzing comedy from the most prominent journalistic platform in the world. So naturally Jason and Marc would want to talk about the nuts ... 53 more words

      Thu 30 Mar 2017

      Episode 798 - Paul Beatty / Jackie Kashian 1h 35m play

      Marc was blown away by author Paul Beatty's celebrated novel The Sellout and wanted to know how a writer can turn a stew of ideas about identity, race, pride, language and representation into a provoc... 50 more words

      Mon 27 Mar 2017

      Episode 797 - Paul Shaffer 1h 28m play

      Paul Shaffer takes Marc down the path that turned a piano-playing kid from Canada into a keyboard-for-hire who became the bandleader for the famous Toronto production of Godspell. And from there, the ... 58 more words

      Thu 23 Mar 2017

      Episode 796 - Reza Aslan 1h 24m play

      Religious scholar Reza Aslan has spent his life studying the facts and misconceptions about belief and the evolutionary reasons people need to believe in something larger than themselves. Beginning wi... 61 more words

      Mon 20 Mar 2017

      Episode 795 - Paul Rust / Dax Shepard 1h 48m play

      Actor and writer Paul Rust knew how to be funny as a kid growing up in Iowa and struggling with OCD. But he tells Marc it was his knack for taking intense, borderline-unspeakable risks on stage when h... 60 more words

      Thu 16 Mar 2017

      Episode 794 - Louis Theroux 1h 17m play

      Filmmaker Louis Theroux once tried to make a documentary featuring Marc but he never used the footage. Marc's been puzzled by that ever since, but when you look at the subjects of many Louis docs - ad... 53 more words

      Mon 13 Mar 2017

      Episode 793 - Kevin Nealon 1h 31m play

      Kevin Nealon is trying a new approach to life in order to be less of a people pleaser and to allow himself some anger from time to time. But Kevin is able to keep that anger at bay while he tells Marc... 57 more words

      Thu 09 Mar 2017

      Episode 792 - Fred Melamed / Andy Kindler 1h 44m play

      Fred Melamed is instantly familiar, not only because of his scene-stealing performances in the Coen Brothers' A Serious Man and Maria Bamford's Lady Dynamite, but because he is an indelible New York c... 62 more words

      Mon 06 Mar 2017

      Episode 791 - Eugene Levy 1h 27m play

      Eugene Levy brings more than five decades of comedy history from north of the border into the garage. He tells Marc about his early days as a college student in Canada hanging out with Martin Short, I... 65 more words

      Thu 02 Mar 2017

      Episode 790 - Jennifer Coolidge 1h 26m play

      Whether you see her in Christopher Guest's movies or on 2 Broke Girls or as Stifler's mom, Jennifer Coolidge is always a unique comic presence. She tells Marc how she put her wild New York City cocain... 46 more words

      Mon 27 Feb 2017

      Episode 789 - Raoul Peck 1h 29m play

      Filmmaker Raoul Peck spent more than a decade putting together the documentary I Am Not Your Negro, a powerful film illuminating the words and life of writer and social critic James Baldwin. But as Ma... 44 more words

      Thu 23 Feb 2017

      Episode 788 - Norah Jones / Pete Holmes 1h 33m play

      Singer-songwriter Norah Jones can float between multiple genres of music with ease, whether its jazz or standards or country or acoustic pop. That's not surprising when you consider how she was influe... 54 more words

      Mon 20 Feb 2017

      Episode 787 - Trae Crowder / Lena Dunham 1h 31m play

      Comedian Trae Crowder does not shy away from his Southern upbringing, in which he saw economic devastation and drug abuse lay waste to several generations around him. But in defiance of the stereotype... 54 more words

      Thu 16 Feb 2017

      Episode 786 - Will Arnett 1h 34m play

      Unfolding world events are messing with Will Arnett and Marc as they sit in the garage, but they won't let the existential terror stop them from tracking Will's path and finding out how growing up in ... 61 more words

      Mon 13 Feb 2017

      Episode 785 - Ryan Adams 1h 40m play

      Singer-songwriter Ryan Adams knows there's a stark difference between the way he views the work throughout his career and the popular perception of it. Whether it's his years in Whiskeytown or his son... 55 more words

      Thu 09 Feb 2017

      Episode 784 - Steve Jones / Jed Maheu 1h 34m play

      If Steve Jones was going to start a band after a troubled upbringing filled with petty crime, it makes sense that the band wound up being the Sex Pistols. Steve takes Marc through the formation of the... 53 more words

      Mon 06 Feb 2017

      Episode 783 - Bill Paxton / Dylan Brody 1h 41m play

      If Bill Paxton hadn't suffered from rheumatic fever when he was growing up in Texas, he might not be in show business. Bill tells Marc some great stories about some of his most memorable work in thing... 46 more words

      Marc Spitz from January 2014 1h 18m play

      From Episode 466, this is Marc's conversation with author, playwright and music journalist Marc Spitz, conducted in two parts. Marc Spitz passed away on February 4, 2017.

      Thu 02 Feb 2017

      Episode 782 - Joe DeRosa / John Hodgman & Jesse Thorn 1h 42m play

      Marc had prejudged comedian Joe DeRosa. He thought he was a Philly tough guy who wouldn't want to have anything to do with a guy like Marc. Now that they're friends and realize how similar they are, t... 40 more words

      Mon 30 Jan 2017

      Episode 781 - Robbie Robertson 1h 38m play

      Robbie Robertson is in the garage to give Marc the full lowdown on the history of The Band, from its origins as a backing group to its final bow with The Last Waltz. Robbie talks about being with Bob ... 46 more words

      Thu 26 Jan 2017

      Episode 780 - Jonathan Daniel / Nick Thune 1h 48m play

      How did an '80s glam metal bassist become one of the most prominent music managers in the industry, representing Sia, Weezer, Train, Courtney Love, Fall Out Boy, Lorde, and many others? Marc hears one... 55 more words

      Mon 23 Jan 2017

      Episode 779 - Martin Landau 1h 27m play

      Martin Landau is an Oscar-winning actor with a lifetime of work on film, TV and stage. But he's also one of the foremost educators on his craft. Martin takes Marc through his early days in New York Ci... 38 more words

      Thu 19 Jan 2017

      Episode 778 - Martha Kelly / Bruce Talk with Pashman 1h 33m play

      Comedian Martha Kelly told Zach Galifianakis she cannot act. That didn't stop Zach from casting her as one of the leads on his show Baskets, but Martha's insecurity plagued her throughout life and, as... 51 more words

      Mon 16 Jan 2017

      Episode 777 - John Larroquette 1h 25m play

      John Larroquette knows that people still identify him most strongly with Night Court, and he's okay with that. John believes things would have been different if he hadn't made his character, Dan Field... 65 more words

      Thu 12 Jan 2017

      Ep 776 - Roger Corman / G.J. Echternkamp 1h 49m play

      Roger Corman made hundreds of films and gave huge opportunities to filmmakers who became the best Hollywood has to offer. Now, at 90 years old, Roger joins Marc to look back at his career of high conc... 46 more words

      Mon 09 Jan 2017

      Episode 775 - James Hetfield 1h 25m play

      Before James Hetfield formed Metallica, his musical awareness was shaped in equal parts by classical music, Aerosmith and the desire to kill disco. James talks with Marc about the band's continued gro... 45 more words

      Thu 05 Jan 2017

      Episode 774 - Martha Plimpton / Laurie Kilmartin 1h 29m play

      Martha Plimpton says she learned how to act on the job. She talks with Marc about her childhood roles in movies like The Goonies, how those paved the way for her work on Broadway, and what she does to... 46 more words

      Mon 02 Jan 2017

      Episode 773 - Bruce Springsteen 1h 15m play

      Marc leaves the cozy confines of the garage and heads to New Jersey (where else?) to talk with The Boss. Just two Jersey guys hanging out, talking about dads, depression, fear, fulfillment and the fut... 43 more words

      Thu 29 Dec 2016

      Episode 772 - David Bromberg 1h 16m play

      Singer-songwriter David Bromberg is a human bridge between at least a half-dozen different styles of music. David and Marc talk about the pivotal evolution of modern music, as folk transitioned into r... 54 more words

      Mon 26 Dec 2016

      Episode 771 - Sammy Shore 1h 14m play

      Marc makes a pilgrimage to Las Vegas for a sit-down with Sammy Shore, a comic with a long show business life that doesn't quite have the ending he planned on. Sammy tells Marc about starting his caree... 40 more words