About the Show

Folks, this show has it all. Listen up, and you will laugh. Hard. You will cry -- unless your heart is a blackened lump of coal, in which case you will at minimum have strong emotional stirrings. Snoopy might die. Or not. Martha Wainwright sings, Julia Sweeney tells stories. So sit back and enjoy this week's episode of Wits.

Episode Rundown

Start Time: 4:35

Couples Counseling with the Crockers


Start Time: 15:00

Julia Sweeney’s ‘Too Old to Believe’ Monologue

Start Time: 20:30

The Lost Comic Strip of Charlie Brown


Start Time: 26:12

Martha Wainwright plays ‘Can You Believe It?’


Start Time: 35:02

Pop Song Correspondences: Welcome to the Jungle


Start Time: 39:35

Wits game show: It’s Not Always About You, You Know

Start Time: 47:48

Martha Wainwright plays ‘Everything Wrong’


The Guests

Martha Wainwright


The daughter of folk legends Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle and sister of singer songwriter Rufus Wainwright, Martha Wainwright is known for her raw, confessional material, expressive voice and captivating stage presence. After her 2008 critically acclaimed "I Know You're Married, But I've Got Feelings Too," Martha is out with a new album of original material, "Come Home To Mama."

Julia Sweeney


Julia Sweeney is an actress, comedian and writer best known for her work on Saturday Night Live where she was a cast member and also for her monologues God Said Ha!, In the Family Way and Letting Go of God. She's been a panelist on "Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!" and performed with songwriter Jill Sobule in a show called Jill and Julia. Julia will be out with a new book called "If It's Not One Thing It's Your Mother" in April of 2013.