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Episode 340 - Jay Mohr

Jay Mohr puts his name on it when he sits down in the garage for a chat. The comic-actor-podcaster tells Marc why he needed to be disappointed in order to be happy with his career and explains why he twice committed the ultimate transgression for a comedian. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click on the radio mic and enter WTF to start a no-risk trial with a $110 bonus offer.

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American Pundit Fighting April 26, 2013 at 8:27 pm


These radio wars, wrestling feuds, Rap beefs, comedy podcast gossip. I wonder if this ultimately rises all boats as far as exposure and interest goes. I think the Maron interviews with Mencia and Dane definitely help put him on the map. But I guess ultimately you want people to access you for your art, not tabloid controversy and the sparks generated from friction.

But I guess the question becomes how authentic the feud is because at some point the noise does move some product.

SoopirV November 17, 2013 at 9:14 pm


I am a recent (~12 month) fan to WTF, and love it, but think Marc was too reverential with Jay (just listened to the podcast tonight).  Jay admits to being a joke thief, and Marc let him off the hook and stoked his (ginormous) ego.  Thinking of checking out Joe Rogan’s podcast, just to see if he’s a hard hitting interviewer or just a cocky douche bag.  The fact that Joe teases Jay is intriguing, and shows to me that Joe clearly feels he’s in the right on this.  Marc asks great questions, but doesn’t follow through and pussy foots around celebrity.

Dewey Oxburger January 27, 2014 at 9:39 am


I listened to this twice now. Jay kinda snaps a bit at Marc about asking “which wife” or something to that effect and Jay say’s there has always only been one. He can’t even be honest about being married twice. I like the guy’s comedy for the most part , but c’mon if you can’t even be honest about how many times you were married when it is easy to look up public knowledge how do we trust him when he talks about something much larger with a he said / he said element to it. If you want the world to trust you , maybe you gotta stop being so full of shit. Just a thought.




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