For more Oliver/Maron goodness check out their interview segment on G4's Attack of the Show from last week.
I probably would've enjoyed that better if they didn't have crew members and other random people laughing in an exaggerated fashion off camera to make it feel fun and off the cuff and loosey goosey.
Just have a studio audience for fuck's sake.
God forbid some people enjoy their jobs and are encouraged to make it be known...
That's all well and good, but there's only so many exaggerated HAWHAWHAW!s I can take before I get annoyed. It's fine if it happen spontaneously when something is so funny that they can't hold it back, but to laugh as loudly as you can at every little line because you've been told to? Whatevs, man. Whatevs.
Not that they care, sounds like they're having fun without me.
It did seem like they were sharing a tank of nitrous oxide. Also the wooo's were obnoxious.
John Oliver = self-deprecation to tha MAX. Love him. Had no idea he was college buddies with Richard Ayoade or that he was such an Iannucci fan (though neither is surprising). I would LOVE to hear Marc talk to either/both of those fellows, too. And Coogan! WHEN IS HE GOING TO GET COOGAN?!?
When will there be a Marc and John Show or a Marc, Tom, and John Show? That should definitely happen at least once. Such a good episode.
I'm way backed up when it comes to WTF. I currently have roughly a hundred episodes I haven't listen to yet and when I do finally listen to an older episode I hate myself for not listening to it sooner. The Aubrey Plaza interview was perfection. Best ending ever.
Next up: Richard Lewis! Don't disappoint me, you crazy jew!
Richard that is, not Marc. Well, Marc too.
I liked episode 300, but is there going to be a celebratory landmark episode every 100 episodes? Are 400, 600, 700, etc. really noteworthy?
I loved this 300th episode. Not recommended for those folks who dislike podcasts that talk about podcasting. Because that's what they talk about for 2+ hours…
Meta, levels, etc.
visit me in the culture dungeon
Pete Holmes and Kindler were aces
500 makes sense. 1000 will make sense. Every 100?
...Come on now.
oh who cares
Agreed, I only celebrate my birthday every 10 years.
Loved the balls off this episode, especially Kindler.
From audio of WTF with Marc Maron, here is an Animated Excerpt from the Documentary, "The Bitter Buddha."
So Fiona Apple is the weirdest guest yet, right? Am I forgetting anybody? I remembered earlier today that I didn't catch the last 20 minutes when I initially listened to it and finished it off just now. Here's a snapshot of me and my lady in bed going to sleep to this particular episode:
"What the fuck???"
"Fiona Apple's kind of a weirdo...."
"What the fuck is she talking about?"
I can't tell if I want to be her friend or if she would drive me out of my mind.
Definitely the most unusual that has been in the garage. Charles Fleischer was on a live one and he's a bit of an odd dude.