May 7, 2021

Surprise! Marissa and Listler are found hiding in a certain CELEBRITY podcast host’s guest house.  The sheets are 700 thread count, the Nespresso pods are never ending and there are frozen Digiorno’s as far as the eye can see! Aukerman quickly gets over his anger and throws on the cans to join the girls for Hot Topix. Marissa demands back pay for her unpaid Comedy Bang Bang internship, and all hell breaks loose when they discover Scott’s secret wig closet, bizarre VHS collection and dangerous Seth Rogen obsession. 

April 20, 2021

Marissa and Listler are back in the States, and hiding out in the back of a thrift store in Brooklyn, hosted by Listler’s old theatre friend Barry Miller (Jeff Hiller). Barry joins in for Hot Topix, and we learn a little more about his and Listler’s past, while Marissa breaks Barry down and builds him back up again for Spotlight On.

March 23, 2021

Boungiorno Wompsters! After a year of hiding out, Listler and Marissa commandeer the BBC’s Woman’s Hour to bring you an update from their safe-house inside a Jersey Mike’s meat cooler in Sicily, Italy. Listler explores Bitcoins and Charlize Theron in “Hot Topix”, and in “What’s Cheesin’ You” Marissa hashes out her thoughts on Listler’s string of relationships, and Listler shows Marissa how much she’s grown outside of the bubble of Marina Del Rey. 

March 31, 2020

Marissa and Listler check in from their separate undisclosed locations to give you  the live show they recorded in January at the San Francisco Sketch Fest. They are joined by Eric “Gutterballs” Gutterman (Jason Mantzoukas), Dr. Lionel Drioche (Seth Morris), and Coach Bill Coach (Carl Tart). Marissa reveals some huge news and we have a live Listler’s Love Lockdown update! Enjoy Wompsters.

March 11, 2019

Brace yourselves, WOMPsters! This week’s guest is the fabled Duncan Petway (Tim Meadows of SNL, Schooled), father of Listler’s child as well as her former flame. Marissa comes to grips with Duncan’s bold reentry into Listler’s life as he explains the timing of his return, why he’s come back, and what went so badly the first time around. Plus, Duncan takes aim at foreign phrases during “What’s Cheesing You?” and offers advice on shacking up for “Listler’s Love Lockdown”. Finally, Listler turns Marissa’s world upside down by making a profound, life-altering decision.

March 4, 2019

Marissa continues her efforts to Kondo her life clean by welcoming return guest and previous love of her life Eric “Gutterballs” Gutterman (Jason Mantzoukas)!. During “Hot Topix”, Gutterballs catches us up to speed on his latest growth spurt as well as why he never picked up the phone to call Marissa. Plus, we’ll hear about the deceitful games Marissa’s been trying to play during “What’s Cheesing You”, and later, Marissa offers a heartfelt apology before learning of a devastating betrayal.

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February 25, 2019

Marissa and Listler clear the air and tidy up their lives by catching up with Raven (Shannon O’Neill of Upright Citizens Brigade), notorious ex-girlfriend of Eric “Gutterballs” Gutterman! We’ll find out what the former lover of Marissa’s former lover has been up to since the cataclysmic proposal at Del Close Marathon. Plus, Raven laments city living (and offers wig tips) for “What’s Cheesing You?” and weighs in on a listener’s public laughing problem during “Listler’s Love Lockdown”. Then, “Spotlight On” inspires Raven to contemplate her perfect person and what lies beyond in the afterlife.

February 18, 2019

Branch Manager of The Associate Bank of Marina Del Rey Dobby Teacups (Dave Theune of UCB, Future Man) joins Marissa and Listler for a very British WOMP It Up! We’ll find out how the bank makes its money and what crimes led Dobby to cross the pond before the Branch Manager shares the history of his interesting family name. Plus, Dobby rants about streaming services for “What’s Cheesing You?” and offers advice on amending your own bad behavior on “Listler’s Love Lockdown” before making a commitment to going legit during “Spotlight On.”

February 11, 2019

This week Marissa and Listler welcome Don Haypen (Bryan Safi of Throwing Shade), coach and owner of the Marina Del Rey Dominoes hockey league! First, we’ll hear about Marissa’s disastrous attempt to renovate as well as the childhood business that set up Don for life. Then Don rants about chef’s salads and more during “What’s Cheesing You?” and the gang tackles dating later in life with “Listler’s Love Lockdown.” Finally, Don sheds his mask to reveal the last time he cried and other intimate details for a very special “Spotlight On.”


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February 4, 2019

Marissa’s therapist Dr. Mark Claybourne (Matt Walsh of Upright Citizens Brigade, Veep) joins the gals to initiate breakthrough after breakthrough on a sizzling WOMP It Up! Dr. Mark helps Marissa find out what sparks her joy before discussing how he produces his own podcast about finesse sports. Then, Dr. Mark analyzes Marissa’s lesser traumas while recounting his wife’s incredible globe-trotting career on “What’s Cheesing You?”. Plus, “Listler’s Love Lockdown” offers tips on sibling reconnection and broadening your romantic radar before Dr. Mark dishes on he and his wife’s plans for having children during “Spotlight On.”

January 28, 2019

Please enjoy this special WOMP It Up re-release! Wompler & Listler return to introduce the world to Mike the Janitor (Paul F. Tompkins) as he looks back at all the great times he’s had in his 1st year at Marina Del Ray High! Mike tells us about how running into Marissa at the Grove led to his position at the school, the time he spent overseas fighting for his adopted country, and his Christmas tradition with his wife. Plus, everyone defines what makes an expert dancer during “Listler’s Love Lockdown.”

January 21, 2019

Hey Wompsters! Did you know we’ve had some pretty amazing guests this past year?  This week we’re bringing you a Best Of episode with some of our favorite guests, including Jon Gabrus (High and Mighty, CBB), Natasha Rothwell (HBO’s Insecure), D’Arcy Carden (The Good Place), John Ross Bowie (Speechless), Nicole Byer (Nailed It) and Chris Gethard (Beautiful Anonymous).  Sit back and enjoy the dulcet tones of these hilarious guests.

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January 14, 2019

Marissa and Listler welcome art teacher Mr. Pat (Bobby Moynihan of SNL, DuckTales, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) for this week’s WOMP It Up! Mr. Pat dishes on his favorite animation style, his new girlfriend, and what movies he likes to show during class. Plus, they take it up with period pieces and social media imposters during “What’s Cheesing You?” and tackle listener questions about dating in the workplace on “Listler’s Love Lockdown.” Finally, Mr. Pat comes to terms with an alternate identity during “Spotlight On.”

January 7, 2019

Welcome all WOMPsters to the new year! Marissa and Listler ring in 2019 with child psychologist Dr. Bill Doyle (Ben Rodgers of Ghosted, Workaholics, Comedy Bang! Bang!). Dr. Doyle talks about why he said no to Oprah, what caused his PTSD, and which kid at Marina Del Rey High has the most complicated problems. Plus, Dr. Doyle provides semi-professional insight for “Listler’s Love Lockdown” before reflecting on a foray into the music biz and his biggest missed opportunities during “Spotlight On.”

January 1, 2019

Please enjoy this re-release of the very first WOMP It Up! Broadcasting LIVE from the Marina Del Ray Public Library, everybody’s favorite intern Marissa Wompler and her teacher/mentor/co-host/former sniper, Charlotte Listler bring you the first episode of Marissa’s new school project podcast WOMP IT UP!  Marissa’s one-time flame Eric “Gutterballs” Gutterman (Jason Mantzoukas) joins them to dish on everything that’s happening at Marina Del Ray Public High School in his signature segment “Gutterballing with Eric Gutterman.” Later, Marissa & Listler put the Spotlight On: Dr. Lionel Drioche (Seth Morris) and learn what it’s like leading the theatre department of Marina Del Ray High. Finally, Listler answers love questions from loyal listeners during “Listler’s Love Lockdown.”