Wendi McLendon-Covey may have found success with The Goldbergs and Bridesmaids but the Hollywood lifestyle was never her thing. As she tells Marc, Wendi lived at home with her parents until she was 26, worked at a hotel in Anaheim while she was in the Groundlings, and kept a job on the side even when she was starring in shows like Reno 911. Marc's friend Al Madrigal also stops by to talk about his new special and to smooth over some rough patches in their friendship. This episode is sponsored by Handsome on Netflix, Chris Gethard: Career Suicide on HBO, Audible, and Kabbage.
Marc is joined by six of the funniest guys at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, Oregon: Brian McCann, Hari Kondabolu, Ian Edwards, Al Madrigal, Sean Patton, and Brody Stevens. They’ll bear witness to one of Marc’s most humiliating moments, and it’s a doozy.
Comedian Al Madrigal has some great road stories about working with Mitch Hedberg. But probably more importantly, he reveals the secret of the best grocery store in Los Angeles. Also, Mort Mortenson is back to memorialize the departed with the Weekly Remembrance. Plus, Marc works through his fear of being The Old Dad.