Artist Matt Furie and director Arthur Jones tell Marc about their Pepe the Frog documentary Feels Good Man, and The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz explains the line from Pepe to QAnon.
J.K. Simmons talks with Marc about Juno, Oz, cross-country Covid travel, and his secret weapon for making Whiplash.
Chelsea Peretti talks with Marc about marriage, motherhood, overcoming her fear of commitment, passing time in the pandemic, her first lead role in a film.
Billy Crudup talks to Marc about Almost Famous, The Morning Show, acting in theater vs. acting in film, and being a movie stars vs. being a character actor.
Giancarlo Esposito talks to Marc about Albuquerque, playing Gus on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, and learning life lessons from Spike Lee and George C. Scott.
Kieran Culkin talks with Marc about growing up in a family of actors, pro wrestling, being a new dad, and making Succession.
Kerry Washington talks with Marc about Little Fires Everywhere, the Bronx, India, Olivia Pope, and Anita Hill.
Ellen Page talks with Marc about the instant fame she experienced after Juno, why that fame made it hard to be herself, and how she took control by coming out.
Sarah Snook talks with Marc about her role on Succession, lockdown in Australia, King Lear, Disney movies, and Helen Mirren.
Comedian Joe List talks with Marc about pandemic stand-up shows, George Carlin, Boston comedy, bottoming out, and playing Madison Square Garden.
Ice-T talks with Marc about Body Count, COVID, rap and metal, Iceberg Slim, and the protests going on around the world.
Marsha Warfield talks with Marc about Night Court, the early Chicago standup scene, The Comedy Store, retiring from comedy and coming back after 20 years.
Seth Rogan returns to WTF for the first time since 2014 and talks with Marc about all things Jewish in keeping with the subject matter of his new movie American Pickle.
Comedian Chris Fairbanks talks with Marc about living alone during Covid, Montana, skateboarding, miniatures, and having murder fans coming to his standup shows.
Tom Scharpling joins his friend Marc to talk about Dunkin’ Donuts, comedy albums, Rodney Dangerfield, Don Rickles, nostalgic music, and other things from the normal times.
Jim Carrey talks with Marc about his stand-up comedy days, In Living Color, Ace Ventura, Rodney Dangerfield, Sam Kinison and hope for the future.
Colin Jost talks with Marc about SNL, Staten Island, the Harvard Lampoon, hosting the Emmys, Pete Davidson, and Lorne.
Helen Mirren talks to Marc about playing the Queen, working in an amusement park, loving Shakespeare, and being friends with Vin Diesel.
Music superstar John Legend talks to Marc about Bigger Love, meeting Chrissy Teigen, winning the EGOT, criminal justice reform, and Kanye.
George Lopez talks to Marc about spite, his sitcom, Sandra Bullock, and what happened between him and Carlos Mencia.
Marc's conversation with Carl Reiner from 2013
Comedy writer Alan Zweibel talks to Marc about being on the first five years of SNL, co-creating It’s Garry Shandling’s Show, writing for Catskills comics, and more.
Writer, podcaster and public speaker Nora McInerny talks with Marc about grief, loss and new beginnings in a conversation Marc really needed.
Janelle Monáe talks with Marc about taking action, androids, Prince, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, and Kansas.
It's been five years since President Obama joined Marc in the garage and WTF is marking the occasion not with Donald Trump, but with comedian J-L Cauvin, who talks to Marc about his Trump impression going viral and reinvigorating his standup career. Then Marc talks with comic Amber Preston who, like J-L, held down a day job in Corporate America while her career in comedy took shape. Amber and Marc talk about North Dakota, Scandinavians, having Dead Head parents, and trying to shake her Fargo...