Mark yammers about being at a super long wedding and making the exact wrong decision at the exact wrong time.
Mark yaps about taking his son to a park with hot ladies and the fact that Canadians were terrible to Russian hockey players.
Mark rails on about Brad Marchand, the Raptors losing, and being a particular douchebag based on the car you drive.
Mark yaps about finally buying a new car from profession scam artists and being depressed. What’s funnier than depression? Nothing. A dark void of nothing.
Mark screams about trying to buy a car.
It’s Mark’s 40th birthday and he spent it chasing a toddler with a potty.
Mark yaps about old ladies, living longer, and life beginning at 40.
Mark talks about Easter, his enemies, and his toddler ogling women.
Mark yaps about his nosy old-lady neighbour, Bill Hader, and reevaluating his life.
Mark talks about his shows in Kingston, his kid falling on his head, and a handsome Korean man.
Mark rants about George Bush’s blues concert, deathbed confessions, and CPR.
Mark gets together with his neighbours to have a playdate with his toddler and, of course, drink rum and coke.
Mark talks about seeing Ed Wills and Blues 4 Sale in New Orleans and how “This is Us” is depressing the hell out of him.
Mark yells about a crazy heckler and the time he got stalked by a hooker.
Mark talks about his visit to SiriusXM, Sidney Crosby, and nuns going to comedy shows.
Mark spends a week in Ottawa surrounded by the flu and yells about the Super Bowl halftime shows.
Mark yaps about his TV appearance and his shows in Ottawa. He also talks about how bad the Grammy’s were.
Mark talks about how awesome Rage Against The Machine are and how his wife wants to hire a way too hot nanny.
Mark yaps about how not having a house might be awesome and how Dave Chappelle might be a prophet.
Mark talks about Dave Chappelle’s new specials, president Oprah, and stay at home dads.
Mark has a merry Christmas and gets an iPad. He also realizes he’s a pampered princess.
Mark talks about how the new over-sensitive audiences are ruining comedy and stopping conversations. He also tells you how you can get his or any comedy album for free and why kids should be terrified of Santa.
As Mark talks about the release of his album, Bad Bones, he pines about the loss of CD’s and the fact that he is super uncomfortable promoting himself.
Mark yaps about his trip to Buenos Aires and how air travel is not for him.
Mark yells about the flight he needs to take and how gross people are probably touching his laundry.
CAN’T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG???
Mark yammers about watching Eddie Vedder get blackout drunk, his health, and how he probably should move to another city.
Mark yells from his car about how google owns the world and how he wishes he looked like a thug.
Mark talks about the placebo effect and how a male comic got into a fist-fight with a female comic and lost.
Mark goes out into the comedy scene to find out people hate him because they think he’s arrogant. Is it true? Sort of!
Mark endures a 7 hour car ride and muses about why he does comedy.
Mark yaps about being too old to do anything, Netflix money, and Vladimir Putin.
Mark gets into a fight with a real-estate lady, says things he shouldn’t at a party, and realizes the world is ending.
Mark rants about the stupid price of phones and how he is an adult male.
Mark blabs about leaving his child to watch Mr. Brian Regan and how he has a love/hate relationship with Twin Peaks.
Mark yaps about how Costco saved his life and how raising a baby is impossible.
Mark rants about people being rude to him and how awesome the Irish are.
Mark yells about his gym screwing over himself, his child, and his car. He also gives “I’m Dying Up Here” another chance.
Mark yaps about comics trying to navigate a PC world.
Mark yells about a horrific human being who lives in his building, trying to prepare meals for his baby, and how Master of None is a romantic comedy.
Mark yaps about his new disease, new doctors, and his first two days as a full-time dad.
Mark’s wife is headed back to work leaving him with a baby that he fears he will ruin. Mark also gets a health update from his endocrinologist.
Mark meets his new neighbours and talks about his wife bringing their 11 month old to the dentist.
Mark angrily blabs about his apartment leaking, cherry-picking documentaries, and being radioactive.
Mark yaps about his hospital visit, training his baby to become a push-up champion, and half watching a documentary.
Mark talks about his upcoming hospital visit, the movie, “The Edge”, and the potential death of Soundcloud.
Mark drones about people patting themselves on the back, the pitfalls of comedy festivals, and bro-country.
Mark blabs about coming home after two weeks in a house better than his. He also considers the possibility that country music is not total garbage.
Mark blathers about Mask Boulder Hill, hanging out a cabin with his friends and trying to protect his son from cracking his head off the floor.
Mark blabs about his neighbour moving and how African workers listen to comedians on their cell phones.