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Customer Reviews

Worth the $4

Get both, pay the $4, and listen to this very interesting podcast.. or don't.

Mark has entertained me and I felt $4 for both was not a big deal.

Why is this not free?

I woun't call any of marc maron's interviews 'greater' or 'lesser' -

The 50 most recent interviews are up for free -

Archived interviews with his most high profile and/or hostile guests, (best of's) are downloadable for a small charge.

a very fair setup.

Mencia is a liar.

I watched a comedy documentary the other night were Mencia himself said that if he thinksif a bit is funny then he will take it with no problem. And trust me
he was totally serious.

Biography

Born: September 27, 1963 in Jersey City, NJ

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A "comedian’s comedian," Marc Maron built his career by doing standup comedy in the '90s, radio in the 2000s, and podcasting in the 2010s. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, Maron was a regular on the underground comedy circuit in New York City during the '90s, and while specials for HBO and Comedy Central would follow, his relatively small fan base was evenly split between standup comedy fanatics and fellow comedians. It was the former that would help the comedian during the 2000s as he hosted his...
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