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. You loved him on Morning Sedition. You kinda liked him on The Marc Maron Show. You tolerated him on Break Room Live. Now, embrace him on a show from which he cannot be fired - WTF with Marc Maron.
The Problem: John got into a fisticuffs in front of the Toyota dealership.
Tiffany Arment joins Moisés to talk about wedding photography. Whether suffering the basement of a church or guests determined to make it look like prom in 1982, make sure at all times to ignore Uncle Morty. Photo credit: some guy named Marco.
The Problem: John knows this house is BUILT of pot.
The Problem: John rejects the Vindication Lottery.
Episode #14 – BratzWe squander our newfound viral success by spending this episode talking about the movie Bratz. Meanwhile, Stuart solves an unsolvable math problem, Dan lauds the film’s convention-defying use of time, and Elliott gives the youth a lesson about teetotaling.
0:00 – 0:34 – Introduction and theme.
0:35 – 2:19 – A noble attempt at professionalism crashes and burns almost immediately. Also, we explain our mission statement.
2:20 – 40:37 – We giggle like grade-school girls over the Bratz movie.
40:38 – 43:34 – Final judgements.
43:35 – 54:38 – The sad bastards recommend.
54:39 – 57:37 – Podcasty business, goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.
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Tags: Bratz, Dan McCoy, Elliott Kalan, Gawker, Stuart Wellington
April 21st, 2008
The Problem: John’s Siri just speaks to him in Welsh.
Scott Willsey shares his long-standing issues interacting with people online, misinterpreting the tone of text-based communication, his disdain of inefficient conversational niceties, and the pressure of fitting into the culture of an online community.
Merlin Mann and Dan Benjamin talk about Glengarry Glen Ross.