Listen: George Clooney, Beatles, Bo Jackie discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"And so sometimes that can paint us into corners Rigo oh, we reference this thing, but doesn't really make sense now with this new information. Oh, well. We've had things like the Beatles or shown you newspaper as being bugs. And then we see Paul McCartney as a human, whatever. It's different Bantu from vendors, the Beatles and the Beatles, George Clooney George Clooney, here's cleaner write, but that was on purpose. No, was we had we had jour-jour cleaners, and then we realized that we'd reference George Clooney an earlier episode. And then we had this joke that we wanted to make about George Clooney marrying a less famous lady as being like an example of like celebrities doing this. Great humanitarian. What a humanitarian thing that George Clooney Mary less famous lady. I mean, we're talking about if you say, well, should we say George Clooney pathetic. The joke only works with jewelry own, like thinking about the guy we met doubt last year that was, so we'll just make the George Clooney joke, but then people are going to say, but don't you mean George because we wrote it in and made a point at it to make a joke out of it. They're like, Bill, Paxton Bill, Pullman, exactly people confuse them, but they are in fact different people. I think you Butte at a time when all the TV critics in America we we've gotten on the phone. Okay. We're done with stories about like people who have a lot of money and mostly logical problems like madmen to pray man, especially. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. And you found an end. Around that, which is a, you're a comedy beat are also about horse. Right? Tell me about like, how, how can you talk about some of these? They're, you know, ultimately it's pretty low stakes, whether Bo Jackie always happy life or doesn't matter to the rest of the, you know, the means matters more than anything to him. Right. And I think as effective other people's lives in a pretty big way. I mean, I mean, you could also argue, you know, I've seen some shows and movies where the stakes are. The world is going to explode and I'm like, I don't care because it's make believe like, I know you know, big stakes versus little stakes. I don't think is really the the crux of what makes a show engaging. You're making me hungry. The big thing. It's our our, this real, do they feel legitimate feel. Can you smell stay. Potato little potato. Which is. The chives of the story. The what are the sides. All the little salad. I'll have the big salad. Bo, Jack has little salads, but sometimes big sounds can turn into big on. This is what I do on the show rail more returning. I don't know. But now we have a job revising street. Well, I guess then the question would be, how do you get the care? Yeah, yeah, hunting finally get the audience to care about, like if Bocek obviously we do, but like what was sort of a lesson for you in terms of like getting the audience to care about if he's happy, you know? Well. I mean for me, it was always about finding that vulnerability and making it feel real and making it kind of tap into things that people could. Relate to anything. People relate to winds, people relate to pain. People relate to wanting things longing for things.."