I love it when a performer is a journey and not a destination. In our era, no performer fits that description more than Marc Maron.
"Oh don't fall into that trap. Best thing I ever did was quit show business. No more disappointment. No more compromise. Now if I fail, it's completely on my terms."
In this fictionalized version of Marc Maron's life, the poor guy can not even afford a proper audio studio to record his podcast on.
"Girls. Right. They're just people. They're... they're horny, scared, angry, bitter people just like me and you."
Those were the horribly self-centered and projected words of advice that Marc had for his assistant, Kyle, after the podcast interview with Aubrey Plaza.