Jeffrey T. Mason

Jeffrey T. Mason

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Episode 1442 - Jeff Stilson

Jeff Stilson only had two goals as a comedian: Get on Johnny Carson and write for David Letterman. After he accomplished both things, he developed a reputation as a top shelf writer for talk shows, sitcoms, award shows and other comedians. Jeff talks with Marc about his work with people like Chris Rock, Tracy Morgan, George Lopez, Ellen DeGeneres and more, as well as his experience writing for venerable institutions like the Academy Awards.

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Wayne Gretzky

Becoming the Great One, hosting SNL, and post-career passions with Wayne Gretzky. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Lost Hans and Franz Movie Episode 4

On the thrilling finale of The Lost Hans and Franz Movie, Hans, Franz, and Arnold discover the true face behind the evil girlyman plot. Plus, remembering other SNL inspired movie scripts that never made the cut.

Listen Now: Spellcaster: The Fall of Sam Bankman-Fried

From Wondery and Bloomberg, the makers of The Shrink Next Door, comes a new story of incredible wealth, betrayal, and what happens when “doing good” goes really, really bad.

When nerdy gamer Sam Bankman-Fried rocketed to fame as the world’s richest 29-year-old, he pledged to donate his billions to good causes. But when Sam's crypto exchange FTX collapsed, billions of dollars went missing, and Sam was in handcuffs, those who knew him were left wondering — who was Sam really? A well-meaning billionaire who made a mistake? Or a calculated con man?

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"Kaley Cuoco"

A haiku for Kaley Cuoco:

Comedy's delight,

Kaley's wit ignites laughter,

Podcast joy takes flight.

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The Gang Wrestles for the Troops

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Sharon Horgan

Actor, writer, and director Sharon Horgan feels exhausted about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.


Sharon sits down with Conan to discuss winning a BAFTA for Bad Sisters, grade school confessional galas, starting from scratch, and her process for writing believable characters. Later, Conan cautions his team against the perils of having specialty dishes named after them.


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Episode 1441 - Anthony Ramos

Anthony Ramos was ready to give up on acting but seeing the musical In The Heights on Broadway gave him hope. Eventually he wound up playing the lead role in the film version of that very show. Anthony talks with Marc about his journey from housing projects to performing arts school to stage, film and the recording studio, with a baseball detour along the way. They also talk about making The Bad Guys, getting in on the ground floor of Hamilton, and Anthony’s foray into blockbusters with Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.

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Wiz Khalifa | Club Random with Bill Maher

Bill Maher and Wiz Khalifa on the allure of jewelry, the appeal of party music, Ja Morant, Wiz growing up with military parents, the sorry state of schools, certain popular body types, decaying American cities, growing with your audience, and the best quote ever from a comedian.