Actress Rachael Harris and Marc make a connection over mutual bad-relationship tales, and when he attempts to pursue her, she asks him to join her yoga class to prove his anger issues are in the past.
Marc's appearance on a morning radio show triggers a callous remark about the medium being dead and that podcasting is the wave of the future. Later, he meets an overlooked radio genius and develops a new appreciation for certain DJs.
In an effort to simplify his life, Marc takes to collecting vinyl records.
A guilt-ridden Marc's penance for accidentally stealing another comic's joke is to give the guy a career boost.
In the Season 2 finale, an old acquaintance, knowing Marc's star is on the rise, asks him for some help, but when the guy dies, Marc is forced to confront the fact that success can be fleeting.
In the series premiere of this chronicle about the life of a comedian and podcaster, an abusive tweeter torments Marc, so he decides to teach the "Internet troll" a lesson.
Denis Leary (as himself) calls Marc's manhood into question when he hesitates to remove a dead animal from beneath the house.
Marc's estranged father shows up with his latest get-rich-quick scheme and the two proceed to air their grievances about each other, leading to a dad-lad power struggle.
News that his ex-wife has had a baby knocks Marc for a loop, and he decides to jump back into the dating pool.
Tired of being burned by significantly younger women, Marc decides to try dating in his age range.
Marc becomes an AA sponsor to a recently released ex-con.
Marc receives suggestive photos from a female fan, along with a no-strings-attached proposition to rendezvous at an out-of-town comedy festival.
A troubled Marc discovers his Sexfest fling plans to move to L.A.
A disappointed Marc is upset over the unimpressive role he is offered in a filmmaker-friend's movie.
In the Season 1 finale, podcast guest Adam Scott (as himself) offers Marc some suspect career advice.
A self-made millionaire enrolls in college to get closer to his son. While there, the blunt-speaking blue-collar mogul butts heads with academics, and falls for an attractive English teacher.
In the Season 2 premiere, Marc lands Sarah Silverman as a guest, solidifies his relationship with Jen and scores a spot on "The Talking Dead," which doesn't go too well.
When his old buddies can't find time to hang out with Marc, he makes a new friend in Ray Romano, but ignores Kyle, who warns him that the two comics are not in the same league.
Marc and Jen give couples therapy a try with counselors who happen to be married.
A visit from his mother comes at an inopportune time, so Marc pawns her off on the father of a friend and the two hit it off a little too well.
While trying to deal with the end of his relationship with Jen, Marc's cat disappears.
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