“Maron” Season 2 ended last week, but the show’s star is still as open and honest as ever, reports his website.
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In the enclosed installment of Made Man’s Speakeasy web series, host Paul F. Tompkins takes Marc Maron way outside his comfort zone.
First, he brings the recovering alcoholic Marc Maron, who hasn’t touched a drink in years, to a bar for a conversation.
Then he flips the tables on the pioneer podcaster and interviews the interviewer.
Everything is par for the course. Marc and Paul’s conversation covers Marc’s daily caffeine intake, behind-the-scenes of Maron and the fact that there’s no crying in standup comedy.