As Marc's career reaches new heights, he is visited by an old acquaintance, desperate for a helping hand. After the comic passes away, Marc is forced to confront the reality that his success could disappear in an instant.
When Marc accidentally steals a joke from another comedian, he feels guilty. That guilt is put to the test when the comic insists Marc help his career in return.
Trying to lead a simpler life, Marc immerses himself in his vinyl.
During an appearance on a typically terrible morning radio show, Marc declares the medium dead, and the future belongs to podcasting. However, when he meets a largely-ignored radio genius, he has a new respect for some DJs.
Marc hits it off with podcast guest Rachael Harris, comparing mutual bad relationship scars. When Marc pursues her, she wants him to prove he's over his anger issues by joining her yoga class.
Marc is dreading an upcoming road trip. He's tired of doing the same old material and is anxious at the thought of writing new stuff but his anxiety reaches a peak when he discovers a sore that he believes to be mouth cancer.
When Marc's brother shows up on his doorstep after leaving his life, both mom and dad show up to "help." Things are immediately dysfunctional but when podcast guest David Cross gets everyone stoned (except Marc), they hash out their issues.
Newly single Marc tries to start a no-strings sexual relationship with a sex buddy from years ago. He reasons that a less emotional attachment is exactly what he needs but soon learns that it's easier said than done.
Marc is dealing with the finality of his relationship with Jen but is sidetracked by his missing cat, Boomer. He goes door to door through his neighborhood, looking for his cat, while at the same time learning how his neighbors deal with loss.
Marc's mom comes to visit. He wants to avoid her, and pawns her off on a friend's Dad. The plan backfires when the older couple hit it off too well, and Marc has to parent his mom through an STD scare. Ironically, this brings them closer.
Marc and Jen enter couples therapy with married therapists but instead of helping, it exacerbates their issues. After Marc feels wronged by the therapists, he ends up putting a dent in their "perfect" relationship.
Marc is annoyed that none of his old pals can hang anymore on a regular basis. Although after bonding with Ray Romano, Marc pursues a friendship, ignoring Kyle's warnings that Romano is on a different level.
Marc turns out to be his own worst enemy as he sabotages a TV guest spot on Talking Dead and ruins his relationship at the same time.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. The show explores a fictionalized version of Marc's life, his relationships, and his career, including his incredibly popular WTF podcast, which features conversations Marc conducts with celebrities and fellow comedians. Neurosis intact, Maron is uniquely fascinating, absolutely compelling and brutally funny.
When Jen moves in on Marc's domain, he seeks advice from podcast guest Adam Scott. As tensions mount, a stranger puts things in perspective.
Marc has lunch with a flashy filmmaker friend who offers him a dubious part in his upcoming movie.
Marc Maron shares his inspiration behind episode 2, including handling dead animals and hanging out in hardware stores.
Marc defends doing a podcast over a radio show while being razzed by two local DJs.
Marc shares the Marc Maron homages created by his talented and committed fans.
Marc Maron shares his inspiration behind episode 5, including sleeping with a circus worker and dating a married woman.
Marc Maron shares his inspiration behind episode 6, including pretentious baristas, AA sponsors, and food issues.
Marc Maron shares his inspiration behind episode 1, including running into ex-wives and dealing with internet trolls.
Marc's friendship with Ray Romano seems a little one sided after shopping for some sports memorabilia.
Maron talks about the influences, mentors, and mishaps on the road to becoming a comedian.
Marc's limits are pushed one inch too far during Yoga.
Marc appears as a guest on Conan O'Brien's show.
Maron talks about his passion for music and why he chose the path of comedy over music.
Johnny Knoxville flatters Marc on the success of his career.
David Koechner cuts his interview short to provide Marc with some free fertilizer.
Marc Maron shares his inspiration behind episode 9, including what his life would be like as a chef, a family man, or a gay man.
Maron discusses how the season finale is all about his climb to a different level of success.
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