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This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Mike Myers Does 'WTF with Marc Maron'

The comedy podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We're here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows and each has a lot of great episodes, so we want to highlight the exceptional, the noteworthy. Each week our crack team of podcast enthusiasts and specialists and especially enthusiastic people will pick their favorites. We hope to have your ears permanently plugged with the best in aural comedy.

WTF with Marc Maron – Mike Myers

ROB: This week’s WTF with Marc Maron features a rare long-form interview with the relatively unheard-from comic legend Mike Myers, who is promoting his first [...]

This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Marc Maron's 500th Episode of 'WTF'

The comedy podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We're here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows and each has a lot of great episodes, so we want to highlight the exceptional, the noteworthy. Each week our crack team of podcast enthusiasts and specialists and especially enthusiastic people will pick their favorites. Also, we'll keep you posted on the offerings from our very own podcast network. We hope to have your ears permanently plugged with the best in aural comedy.

WTF with Marc Maron – Episode 500

MARC: Marc Maron chooses some interesting ways to [...]

This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Andy Samberg Does 'WTF'

The comedy podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We're here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows and each has a lot of great episodes, so we want to highlight the exceptional, the noteworthy. Each week our crack team of podcast enthusiasts and specialists and especially enthusiastic people will pick their favorites. Also, we'll keep you posted on the offerings from our very own podcast network. We hope to have your ears permanently plugged with the best in aural comedy.

WTF with Marc Maron  Andy Samberg

ZOE: First off, Marc Maron recorded his intro naked [...]

Talking to Marc Maron About His New IFC show 'Maron' and Having Rising Comics on 'WTF'

“It's based on the life I'm living now, or maybe a couple years ago,” says Marc Maron of his new IFC show, Maron. It's in this slightly alternate universe that Maron exists; his podcast is picking up steam, he's adjusting to life after his second divorce, and he's learning from the famous comedians who stop by his garage to share their wisdom. The show features an excellent collection of his celebrity comedian pals, including the always amazing Dave Foley as an inebriated version of himself in the pilot. I recently got the chance to talk to Maron about playing himself, finding closure, and helping out the next generation of [...]

Jay Mohr Starts Beef, Pete Holmes Wonders 'Who Charted?', Danny McBride in the WTF Garage

What's everyone's plan for Memorial Day? Wearing white? Watching Men In Black? It's a black and white weekend. Here's an idea: bring a couple podcasts with ya. I'm aware I'm talking about podcasts like they're lawn chairs but in a way aren't podcasts just like lawn chairs for our ears? In that they… are a recreational object, usually used outside one's home and are good for sitting back and relaxing. Nailed it! (No I didn't.) Enjoy this week's picks and your Memorial Day, please.

Mike Myers Gives Advice to Young Performers: "Don't Want to Be Famous"

"I've never thought that I was going to be discovered. I just didn't think that — I just thought I'd be somebody who was a hard worker. And for me things started to happen once I completely gave up the concept of being discovered, and I in essence discovered what I wanted to do. That would be my advice to young performers: Don't want to be famous. Want to be legendary, but in many ways, fame is the industrial disease of creativity — it's a sludgy byproduct of making things."

- Mike Myers gives some stellar advice to aspiring performers in a new interview with Marc Maron.

Talking to Marc Maron About IFC's 'Maron', Directing, and the Future of 'WTF'

Marc Maron's IFC show Maron returns for its second season tonight, and the show looks a little different than it did when we last saw it. IFC upped the show's episode order from 10 to 13 for season two, Maron is casting more of his standup peers on the show, and the new season finds the fictionalized version of himself he plays growing slightly more successful as his podcast and career start to take off. On top of that, Maron is now a season more experienced as a writer/actor, and he's adding director to his resume, as well, making his directorial debut with the show's comedy world-centric season [...]

This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Chris Gethard Makes It Weird, and Michael McKean Visits Maron's Garage

The comedy podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We're here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows and each has a lot of great episodes, so we want to highlight the exceptional, the noteworthy. Each week our crack team of podcast enthusiasts and specialists and especially enthusiastic people will pick their favorites. Also, we'll keep you posted on the offerings from our very own podcast network. We hope to have your ears permanently plugged with the best in aural comedy.

The K Ohle #18 - FactTime with Paul F. Tompkins and [...]

Marc Maron On Getting People to Talk About "Real Things"

“The bottom line is, people don’t talk about real things because they don’t think that other people have the capacity to carry their burden but all that stuff is essentially what makes us fucking human. We’re built to deal with death, disease, failure, struggle, sickness, problems. But we are too proud to reveal ourselves to each other anymore.” - Marc Maron in his New York Magazine profile, describing what he fundamentally is trying to capture with his WTF interviews.

This Week in Comedy Podcasts

Good news: April showers bring May podcasts. Or something about podcasts going in your ears like lambs, because they are soft and nice, and out of your ears like lions, because if you stop listening to podcasts, your dad will be killed by stampeding wildebeasts. Well, now I'm sad remembering that scene – thanks, previous sentence. You know what makes me happy, though? Podcasts! Here are our picks for this week's best:

Marc Maron Tells Jimmy Kimmel About His Biggest 'WTF' Interview Mixup

On last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Marc Maron told a story about the time he thought he was about to interview The Kids in the Hall's Kevin McDonald for his podcast but The Last King of Scotland director Kevin Macdonald showed up at his house instead. Click through for another clip from the interview.

Todd Glass's Memoir Has a Title and a Release Date

Standup Todd Glass got a book deal after the excellent, acclaimed 2012 episode of WTF with Marc Maron in which he came out of the closet, and that book is finally hitting the shelves this summer.

Called The Todd Glass Situation: A Bunch of Lies about My Personal Life and a Bunch of True Stories about My 30-Year Career in Stand-Up Comedy, the memoir is being released on June 3rd, features blurbs from Glass's buddies Norm Macdonald, Sarah Silverman, and Patton Oswalt, and is available for preorder now.

(via The Comedy Bureau)

This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Paul F. Tompkins, John Oliver, and More

The comedy podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We're here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows and each has a lot of great episodes, so we want to highlight the exceptional, the noteworthy. Each week our crack team of podcast enthusiasts and specialists and especially enthusiastic people will pick their favorites. Also, we'll keep you posted on the offerings from our very own podcast network. We hope to have your ears permanently plugged with the best in aural comedy.

The Bugle #243

MARC: I’ve been enjoying John [...]

Maron Talks about Drugs and Conversation in a Red Chair

Man, that red chair is magic. It basically boiled down the 289 episodes and around 3000 minutes worth of Marc Maron's stream of consciousness podcast intros into three minutes. If he got two of them, his interviews would quickly become just "We've got _____ in the garage… So, are we good?" Look out for Maron's new 45 second podcast, Wha– with Marc Maron.