Episode #110

Dane Cook & Janeane Garofalo

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Sunday, September 04, 2011

How can you sell out 20,000-seat arenas, star in several Hollywood films, record the biggest selling comedy album in 30 years, and still be called "polarizing?" Dane Cook stops by the garage to talk about being Dane Cook and whether that might be more complicated than it seems. Plus, Janeane Garafalo describes the transition from political commentary back into comedy. 

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Comments [1]

Dennis Kamalick from Chicago, Illinois

Marc, I have been a fan of your show for only a short time, but a fan of Ms. Garofalo for quite a bit longer. Thank you for that interview. Thank her as well. I have had three careers in my life and I was often of the opinion that I sucked at all of them (two are still ongoing; one as a full time and the other as a part time occupation). Her admission of the same "self-loathing" habit was refreshing to hear. I wish there were a way to contact her directly to tell her so, but I respect her need for privacy of course. All the very best to you, Marc and thank you again for a great show.

Aug. 08 2011 09:00 PM

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