WTF Podcast

Episode 362 - Eddie Pepitone and Steven Feinartz

Eddie Pepitone is no stranger to WTF listeners. But after hearing him bring the rage-filled laughs on live WTF shows for the past three years, Marc tries to get to the bottom of the real Eddie with help from Steven Feinartz, director of a new documentary feature about Eddie. “The Bitter Buddha” is now playing in select theaters and is available on iTunes here. This episode is sponsored by Audible.


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Socker February 18, 2013 at 10:18 am

Just waiting for the shitstorm of hate comments in the Aimee Mann episode.  What’s up with women guests on WTF and the consistent negative reaction to them?  Gotta be something there.

Guest February 19, 2013 at 6:25 am

At least let us hear it first, project much.

Socker February 19, 2013 at 7:39 pm

@Guest - I’m basing this off a clear pattern of fem bashing in the comments of this show, across the board, and I’m tired of it.  I’m not “projecting” anything.

Having said that, I would love to be proven wrong!  smile

Chad February 20, 2013 at 11:39 am

@ Socker - The only “clear” pattern I see is that people with divisive personalities get more negative feedback than other guests. IMO a person’s sense of humor tends to be pretty narrow in comparison to their tastes in music so someone like Chelsea Handler,  who has a personality that some people love and others find off putting, is going to get more negative feedback than someone like Lucinda Williams, who’s music is universally lauded. Personally I can’t wait to hear the Aimee Mann episode. She’s one of my favorite songwriters and from I’ve read on her tweets, seems to be very cool.

Joe Tily February 21, 2013 at 6:02 am

Love Eddie. Thanks for going easy on him in this interview Marc . . . made a nice change of pace. Looking forward to watching The Bitter Buddha now!

Ryan February 24, 2013 at 11:03 pm

I love Eddie & Marc’s dynamic, always leads to some big laughs for me. Here’s hoping the movie goes great & there is less bitter & more buddha in Eddie’s future.

Todd March 15, 2013 at 5:11 am

Why so much of Eddie and so little of Feinartz?  I’d be ticked off if I was him.