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On TV and podcasts, standup comic Marc Maron finds laughs and insight
Comedy » The popularity of “WTF” lands him a series — playing a podcasting comedian.

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Any of them might spark an impromptu "WTF" monologue (whether love on the rocks or a battle with his Internet provider), which regularly precedes each interview.

Then it may find its way into a standup bit or a "Maron" plot twist.

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It’s just part of Maron’s process, teasing order out of chaos.

"The bulk of my creativity starts in my garage," he sums up. A place for thinking and feeling out loud.

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