Rank #1: Episode 932 - Ray Liotta / Jim Jefferies
Actor Ray Liotta talks with Marc about adoption, soap operas, Old Times Square, Goodfellas, J-Lo, and more. Plus, comedian Jim Jefferies stops by.
Rank #2: Episode 929 - Paul Rudd
One constant for Paul Rudd as he spent a large portion of his childhood moving around the country, chasing an identity, is that he loved watching adults be silly. Even when he was in acting school and performing Shakespeare on stage, he took a lot of cues from influences like Letterman, Carlin and Kaufman. Paul talks with Marc about those early days and the big days that were to come after Wet Hot American Summer, the Judd Apatow movies, and now Marvel's Ant Man and the Wasp. This episode is sponsored by the film Sorry To Bother You and SimpliSafe.
Rank #3: Anthony Bourdain from 2011
From Episode 233, this is Marc's conversation with Anthony Bourdain, conducted in 2011.
Rank #4: Episode 939 - Jay Leno
Jay Leno and Marc get into all of it: Letterman, Bill Hicks, Conan, Kimmel, The Comedy Store, Rodney Dangerfield, political correctness and, of course, cars.
Rank #5: Episode 976 - Maggie Gyllenhaal
Maggie Gyllenhaal talks with Marc about The Deuce, The Kindergarten Teacher, Secretary, her brother Jake, her husband Peter, and her filmmaker parents.
Rank #6: Episode 982 - Seth MacFarlane
Seth MacFarlane stops by the garage to talk with Marc about singing, dancing and making offensive cartoons. Plus, thoughts on Oscar hosting, Ted, Frank Sinatra, The Far Side, and The Orville.
Rank #7: Episode 937 - Mila Kunis / Iliza Shlesinger
Mila Kunis talks with Marc about Ashton Kutcher, Macaulay Culkin, That 70s Show, religious refugees, parenting, and more. Plus, Iliza Shlesinger returns, fresh off her wedding.
Rank #8: Episode 951 - Kristen Bell
Marc makes Kristen Bell a meal, and then they talk about Veronica Mars, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Frozen, The Good Place and more.
Rank #9: Episode 948 - Sir Paul McCartney
Marc sits down with Paul McCartney in front of a live audience to talk about Little Richard, the Rolling Stones, the Who, the Beach Boys, Wings, Egypt Station, and, oh yeah, the Beatles.
Rank #10: Episode 964 - Roger Daltrey
The Who frontman Roger Daltrey talks with Marc about Pete, Keith, John, Elvis, The Beatles, The Stones, The Kinks, Tommy, Woodstock and more.
Rank #11: Episode 979 - Topher Grace
Topher Grace tells Marc about the lessons he learned from That '70s Show, Ashton Kutcher, Spike Lee, Steven Soderbergh and Christopher Nolan.
Rank #12: Episode 961 - John Cleese
John Cleese takes Marc through Monty Python history, as well as stories about Fawlty Towers, A Fish Called Wanda, pushing boundaries, and telling off-color jokes.
Rank #13: Episode 995 - Mandy Moore
Mandy Moore tells Marc why This Is Us came along at just the right time in her life, after a marriage in which she put her career on hold and lost her sense of self.
Rank #14: Episode 935 - Bo Burhnam / David Sedaris
A double-header with David Sedaris talking about Calypso, the Queen of England, and Roseanne, while Bo Burnham talks about panic attacks, Garry Shandling, and Eighth Grade.
Rank #15: Episode 959 - Busy Philipps
Busy Philipps and Marc get into it, talk show host to talk show host. They talk stress, shame, Arizona, Michelle Williams, Fresks and Geeks, Cougar Town, and more.
Rank #16: Episode 924 - Holly Hunter / Amber Tamblyn
Holly Hunter talks with Marc about the Coen Brothers, taking risks, and what it's like being Mrs. Incredible. Also, Amber Tamblyn returns to talk about her new novel.
Rank #17: Episode 931 - Boots Riley / Bobcat Goldthwait
Boots Riley joins Marc in the garage to talk about his film Sorry To Bother You, political radicalism, cop shows, and more. Plus, Bobcat Goldthwait returns.
Rank #18: Episode 925 - Billy Bob Thornton
Billy Bob Thornton joins Marc in the garage to talk about anxiety, OCD, Robert Duvall, Richie Havens, Sling Blade, and the new season of Goliath.
Rank #19: Episode 962 - Eric Idle
Eric Idle brings more Monty Python talk to the garage and also talks with Marc about World War II, David Bowie, George Harrison, Robin Williams and Spamalot.
Rank #20: Episode 955 - Anna Faris
Anna Faris leaves the comfort of her own podcast studio to join Marc in the garage as they talk about acting, parenting, insecurity, and Allison Janney.