Marc Maron’s “WTF” Podcast Has Moved From The Garage To A Bedroom

Marc Maron’s “WTF” Podcast Has Moved From The Garage To A Bedroom


WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN —
( AUDIENCE CHANTING ) OH, YOU’RE VERY KIND. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, SAVE IT
FOR MY NEXT GUEST BECAUSE YOU’RE GOING TO LOVE HIM. HE’S A COMEDIAN,
PODCAST PIONEER, AND ACTOR YOU KNOW FROM “GLOW.” PLEASE WELCOME
BACK TO THE LATE SHOW, MARC MARON! ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )
( BAND PLAYING ) ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )
( BAND PLAYING ) HELLO. HELLO, MARC MARON.>>HOW ARE YOU, MAN?>>Stephen: NICE TO SEE YOU,
MAN. LAST TIME I SAW YOU, WE WERE
SITTING DOWN IN A RECORDING STUDIO TO DO YOUR WTUF.>>DID MY SHOW IN YOUR BUILDING. RIGHT, IN A LITTLE STRIP
THERE.>>BECAUSE THAT WAS THE ONLY
CHOICE I HAD, STEPHEN.>>Stephen: BECAUSE I DO A
SHOW EVERY DAY SO IT’S HARD FOR ME TO GO — WHERE DO YOU LIVE?>>LOS ANGELES WHERE OTHER
SHOWBIZ IS.>>Stephen: YOU’RE OUT WITH
THE MOTHER SHIP THERE.>>I DIDN’T MIND DOING IT FOR
YOU. I WAITED YEARS TO TALK TO YOU.>>Stephen: YOU’VE TALKED TO
ME MANY TIMES.>>NO, BUT ON THE PODCAST AND
YOU SEQUESTERED ME IN A STRANGE ROOM IN THE BUILDING.>>Stephen: YES, I DID. I BROUGHT MY OWN EQUIPMENT
BUT YOU HAD GUYS COME IN WITH THEIR OWN EQUIPMENT, RIGHT?>>Stephen: MM-HMM. O WHAT I’M SAYING IS I THINK
YOU CONTROLLED THE NARRATIVE ON THAT, STEPHEN. I KNOW WHAT YOU WERE UP TO. YOU WERE, LIKE, WE’VE GOT A SET
AMOUNT OF TIME, GO AHEAD AND DO WHAT YOU DO, MARC, IS WHAT YOU
SAID.>>Stephen: I DID SAY THAT AND
YOU DID WHAT YOU DID AND I VERY MUCH ENJOYED IT.>>WE HAD A NICE TIME.>>Stephen: THANK YOU. YOU’RE WELCOME. IT WAS A VERY GOOD SHOW. WE GOT DEEP, YOU RECITED POETRY.>>Stephen: I’M SORRY ABOUT
THAT, NO ONE WANTS TO HEAR POETRY.>>I THINK MY EXPERIENCE WAS A
LITTLE DISCONCERTING IS, LIKE, SO, WE FINISHED INTERVIEWING
YOU, AND WHEN I DO IT AT MY HOUSE, WE WALK PEOPLE OUT, TAKE
A PICTURE. THIS IS HOW WE ENDED UP IN YOUR
PLACE — WE GOOD? OKAY. AND YOU LEFT THE ROOM. AND THERE I WAS SITTING WITH
YOUR PEOPLE AND YOUR EQUIPMENT SAYING, I GUESS I LEAVE NOW? ( LAUGHTER )
BUT IT WAS GREAT AND IT WAS NICE TO GET TO KNOW YOU LIKE THAT BUT
NOW I FEEL WE’RE STRANGERS AGAIN.>>Stephen: I’M GOING TO END
THIS INTERVIEW EXACTLY THE SAME WAY.>>I KNOW.>>Stephen: HE’S GOING TO TELL
ME WE’RE GOOD. I’M WALKING THAT WAY.>>YOU LEAVE ME HERE.>>Stephen: RIGHT THERE. YOU THROW IT TO COMMERCIAL.>>CAN I DO THAT?>>Stephen: YEAH. I KNOW YOU’RE JUST COMING
DOWN FROM A CATE BLANCHETT BUZZ. I CAN SEE IT IN YOUR EYES.>>Stephen: MARC, RIGHT? MARC MARON, RIGHT. YOU WERE IN MY PODCAST. WHEN SHE WAS WALKING OUT, I
TRIED TO HAVE A LITTLE LOOK AT ME MOMENT. GOT NOTHING. SHE WALKED BY ME — YOU KNOW
THAT WEIRD LOOK WHERE YOU HOPE SOMEBODY NOTICES YOU AND YOU’RE
LIKE, HEY… ( LAUGHTER )
AND — LIKE I WORKED HERE. SHE ACTED LIKE IT WAS JUST LIKE
I JUST CLEANED THE TOILETS OR SOMETHING. I GOT KNOT. HOW YOU DOING, ALL RIGHT? NICE TO SEE YOU.>>Stephen: NICE TO SEE YOU,
TOO. YOU COMING UP ON YOUR
THOUSANDN’T?>>WE’VE DONE A THOUSAND
EPISODES OF WTF, THE PODCAST, WE’RE COMING UP ON TEN YEARS. I GET NERVOUS AND EXCITED TO
TALK TO PEOPLE. I DO IT IN MY GARAGE AND THE
GARAGE IS NOW BEING WORKED ON. SO WE HAVE TO DO IT IN MY ACTUAL
HOUSE UPSTAIRS IN ONE OF THE BEDROOMS, WHICH IS AWKWARD.>>Stephen: IT IS. I GO TO YOUR HOUSE AND YOU SAY,
COME UP TO THE BEDROOM.>>IT’S LIKE THAT. DAVID LETTERMAN CAME ON AND I
SAID THIS IS THE KITCHEN, NOW WE’RE GOING UP TO THE BEDROOM,
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THAT? ( LAUGHTER )
IT ADDS ANOTHER DIMENSION. WHEN SOMEBODY’S AT YOUR HOME,
THEY TAKE IN YOUR LIFE, AND IT WAS LIKE THAT WITH THE OLD
PLACE.>>Stephen: THERE’S JUDGMENT
THERE.>>IT’S FINE BECAUSE THE NEW
HOUSE IS PRETTY. THE OTHER WAS SAD. BRUCE DERN, THE GREAT BRUCE
DERN IS 83. NOW HERE’S THE NEW PROBLEM OF
WHAT I’M DEALING WITH IS THERE ARE STAIRS. HE’S 83. HE’S A PRETTY SPREE 83 BUT HE
RECENTLY HAD A LITTLE HIP PROBLEM, SO THERE ARE STAIRS
COMING INTO THE HOUSE WHICH HE WAS HAVING A HARD TIME WITH. RIGHT OUT OF THE GATE, I WAS,
LIKE, THIS IS GOING TO BE A PROBLEM. I DON’T KNOW IF I GET BRUCE UP
THE STAIRS. WE GET HIM UP THE STAIRS. WE HELPED HIM UP, ME AND HIS
PERSON, AND THEN WE GET HIM INTO THE ROOM, IT’S A GREAT
INTERVIEW. BUT I HAVE A MOMENT WHERE I
THINK, HE’S GOING TO HAVE TO LIVE HERE NOW. ( LAUGHTER )
BECAUSE HOW AM I GOING TO GET HIM DOWN THE STAIRS? HE’S ALREADY IN THE BEDROOM.>>Stephen: LIE DOWN. I’LL TELL YOUR DAUGHTER
YOU’RE HERE AND IF YOU’VE GOT TO DO A MOVIE WE’LL GET A CAR FOR
YOU.>>Stephen: WE HAVE TO TAKE A
LILT BREAK. YOU DID A MOVIE WITH ROBERT
DE NIRO RECENTLY.>>YES, I DID.>>Stephen: I WANT TO HEAR ALL
ABOUT THAT. STICK AROUND FOR MARC MARON AND
BOBBIE D.

31 thoughts on “Marc Maron’s “WTF” Podcast Has Moved From The Garage To A Bedroom

  1. He's like Richard Lewis, if instead of all his problems being internal, they're external.

    … and a little bit your fault.

  2. i still dont now who this guy is even though hes supposed to be some kind of famous comedian…and i live in portland.

  3. Marc has become the guy working today who can consistently make me laugh more than anybody. His combination of rage and apathy are just so charming. I’m falling asleep to his specials every night lately.

  4. Damn Marc was salty AF. I wonder if it was because Colbert made him go to New York or if it was because Colbert turned down his hug at the start.

  5. This is what you want in life. No matter how many mistakes you make. No matter how low you fall. When the time is right and things are happening for you, everyone should be rooting for your success. That will happen only if you feel sorry for your earlier mistakes. Walk the path of truth and goodness. Dust yourself off and move forward. Marc Maron is one such person whose success, although took a long time coming, is genuinely well-deserved and I can't be more happy for him.

  6. Honestly, by the sounds of how the podcast ended, it truly did sound like Stephen got out of his seat and left the room like that lol

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