But I am interested in his relationship with Elisabeth Moss, with whom he was briefly married, a marriage that Moss has called “extremely traumatic and awful and horrible.” I didn’t expect that Marc Maron would actually press him on that, but he did, and in the ensuing conversation, I got more than I bargained for. Armisen basically admitted to intimacy issues, to a problem with sex addiction. He doesn’t come right out and say it, but basically he has a pattern of escaping relationships by sleeping with other people and forcing his partners to boot him. Basically, that’s what happened here: The romantic idea of the relationship wore off, and he woke up one morning with the urge to find that excitement elsewhere. A liar..the point he merits the sociopath label he gets. It’s also the same sort of description that was relayed to me by many people who reached out after that post ran. I don’t know — even Toni (Brownstein) and Candice (Armisen) the bookstore owners — Fred and I think they might be married to men, we’re not sure yet. Toni and Candace think that they should be selling books to everyone but really they don’t want to sell books to anyone. AE: Will Sarah spoof her super-sad SPCA commercial? AE: Especially when they lock guest star Steve Buscemi inside the store.
CARRIE BROWNSTEIN: It was a nice discovery, yeah, for both of us. CONAN: He's coming on the show and you're going to make use of the fact that you look like each other? You're in a scene together and you just start saying things you think sound really smart? The one character where I'm just doing a lot of philosophy and a lot of people will notice that many of the trees in this area -- like that kind of like I'm about to go into a lecture. We did the scene where I play a driver who drives too slow.