Now people are going to say there was no need for Williamstown to make a comeback, because it never went anywhere, but let me lay out my case.
Host Marc Maron had the late Harris Wittels as a guest in "the garage" for episode 424 of WTF less than two years ago, back in September of 2013. The day after Wittels was found dead, Maron reposted that interview.
The Democratic Party, as a political institution, has for all intents and purposes sold out working people, the poor struggling to improve their lot and the middle class.
As we round on the end of another year, it's worth noting that podcasts are drawing guests of increasingly notable status. (True, a number of them think they're doing a radio interview but, that aside, the pool is getting deeper and more interesting.)
It wasn't my intention to cover Marc Maron's WTF podcast so soon after the last time but that's before I knew he was going to have the Amazing Johnathan on this episode.
When Marc Maron started the WTF podcast, his guests were mostly friends from the comedy world and some other comedians he didn't know so well. Now that he's passed 500 episodes, he's run through a lot of people.
Maron's eponymous IFC series returns for a second season May 8 at 10 p.m., with guests including Conan O'Brien, Sarah Silverman, Ray Romano, David Cross, Karen Kilgariff, Rob Riggle, Wyatt Cenac, Bill Burr and more.
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Thousands of suckers -- I mean Glenn Beck Fans -- are paying good money to subscribe to Glenn Beck's internet-only shows, and this is what they're getting: ten minutes of Beck inexplicably playing with dolls from The Wizard of Oz. Seriously.
The world increasingly seems to be divided into people who are obsessed with podcasts and others who have no idea what in God's name a podcast is.
The compelling thing about this comic is the perfect storm of elements he uses to build a powerhouse of relatable material.
Gueuze (pronounced gooze) is the bubbly of Brussels. Although its taste is deceptive, gueuze is beer. Often called the "Champagne of Brussels," at its core, gueuze is lightly sweet, fruity, earthy, dry and sour with a lot of carbonation.
Sometimes spa treatments tip over the edge of relaxing and enter the realm of the downright strange.
He's pro-gay marriage, pro-choice, pro-getting out of Afghanistan, pro-auto bailout, and apparently pro-not combing your hair after a nap. I have no idea why he's so anti-chair.
There's something happening here. All of a sudden, a song isn't just a song. It's a statement about people's emotions at specific places and times, and it's not from the people who recorded the song.
Could I really change my identity as an unbarmitzvahed Jew that quickly? So efficient and convenient to my work schedule? Isn't religion supposed to be difficult?