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Maron Season Finale
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Maron ends its first season — a surprisingly strong one that gained plenty of momentum in the back-half — by airing back-to-back new episodes to close it out.

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The growth Maron has shown, almost literally getting better with each episode, has allowed me to curb my criticisms of the show’s POV and keep a more open mind.

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Maron has struggled in its 1st season by falling into sitcoms rhythms that were far too familiar for such an opinionated & strange man.

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Maron’s “Sponsor” is able to deliver exciting plot elements without losing the show’s brand of neurotic humor.

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The show’s 5th episode, “A Real Woman,” may not tread any new sitcom ground, but it’s Maron’s funniest episode to date.

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If you hadn’t yet picked up on the amount of resentment Marc has stored up inside him, then you haven’t been watching Maron very closely.

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Did you miss the latest episode of Maron on IFC? Check out our recap of “Marc’s Dad” right here.

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For anyone who tuned into last week’s pilot having never been exposed to Marc Maron’s typical brand of comedy, a lot of it might have appeared jarring (heck, even as a fan of his I found a lot of it to be forced).

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Even though I’ve never met the man, it’s not an exaggeration to say that I know Marc Maron very well. He’s just debuted his semi-autobiographical television series on IFC, Maron. Check out our review here.

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  This week there are some really great releases: Pitch Perfect, Total Recall, Trouble with the Curve, Sleepwalk With Me, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days. A really interesting mixture of genres! Here’s a clip from Pitch Perfect: [springboard type=”video” id=”627857″ player=”scin001″ width=”560″ height=”315″ ] And as usual, please

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In last week’s episode (along with many before it), Louie proved that it can successfully integrate a two-part structure in its episodes, with two different short stories sharing common themes coming together for an entertaining and thought-provoking half-hour of television. But while “Ikea/Piano Lesson” had plenty of memorable moments, I couldn’t help

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I have been waiting quite a while to see something from this particular film. Sleepwalk With Me is comedian Mike Birbiglia‘s first co-directorial outing and what a topic to choose. The film  is loosely based on the comedians actual real life experiences. He originally turned this material from his stand-up

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