20 Burst results for "Albert Brooks"

"albert brooks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"albert brooks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"News with allison rose news from her. And when it's time to wrap it up she'll find it on current and two former. Tsa screeners at lax have been arrested for allegedly taking bribes to not notice drugs. That we're going through. That's not the tsa or sino. The forty page indictment outlines five alleged smuggling incidents over a six month period. If convicted the screeners could end up behind bars for the rest of their lives or smuggling drugs out of la. Because i feel like coming through. I think coming through but the tsa people are checking on the way out not on the way in but yeah customers coming in. They do check. Say what no because through come. Maybe they're coming through like mother. Countries like could be well. It's all laid out and in don henley smuggler's blues are glenn fries smuggler's blues and move it through miami and i say they comes from. It's all laid out there. You ever want to know how the cocaine trade works. It's all things now. It's a tutorial for smuggling coke. Who i'll listen to it. Who has the ball the curly shuffle. Yes good right in methamphetamine. Cooking has the balls to attempt to bribe. Tsa agent that's always my thing when considering criminal activity or just thinking about do it is like i think because wrong. It's going to really go wrong. I feel like Some lee press on unlike Said lee press on nails and some generic crevasse away from doing anything. I want that airport when i walk through. Lax but that's that's me that's a generic for boissier real. It's not named dudes as well the press on now. Well i bring them both right. So you don nails anthony which which pocket to go for it. That's what it feels like to me. That's people feel like criminals to me. That's just me but you know. I may be wrong because you want to be. Bribing all female asian with lee press on nails and have a guy walk up go. What's going on here. I got something for you to this look like high an law enforcement officials do they know. They don't really act like it. Do they know tomorrow if someone saw this happen. I guess just seems illegal. You can get through the airport with so much stuff anyway. I don't care what anyone says. So i think you only need to bring out the press on nails and kvas if you get caught. Oh yeah case of emergency riley. Just put it in there. With the bag of coke and lee press on nails lincoln and not go ahead and keep that adidas bay yourself so i have a story. It's going to be tangent. I want to find out what goes on with smuggler's blues gonna find out where they move within in. Move it through miami and they sell it in la. I know it happens every day videos even better. It's great you'd never know it was shot in the sprawling took the curly shuffle guy was like see. This is the kind of shit we should have been singing about. I may have overestimated the public's appetite for currently related material. I would say you grossly mistakes. Unlike some people now. I would argue. That miami vice ultimately did more harm than good with regard to hair and just every jackass going. Is you know tubs. Crockett for for halloween acting video. There's like non musical interludes. yeah and so. He's nice to see a nonsmoker. Smoke on screen holding a cigarette with two hands. That guy just aimed the gun at glen fries hats right while. It's nice to see him. As i should see the vw thing featured videos normally nicer car. I'm surprised tiny contains not rolling around politics. Going to be so bad. We were so excited just to see actual stuff moving hustling back to take a while to get to the part rack.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Against one of them bottles booze in your desk at work. Somehow they offer guys come into their office. You need a belt. Yeah hell. it's noon whether or not you know what i mean. I need something after a cap and three gang. Bangers should kill the six year old and a drive by turkey. Step blaming yourself. That was a good kale l. If been there five minutes earlier there might be one. One gang banger. Turk if you were there. Five minutes later this place would have they would have been stacking. Those bodies like courts would just read green eggs and ham that my kid the other night. Listen there's there's a little kid who will be hearing very days. Komo all of us ever a cad blaming yourself. You told me there was no time for backup. And i told you there was plenty of time for back and you wanted to hell you win a place or no man would have gone. I hit in a car like a coward but you one in running serpentine both nine millimeters blazing and reloading and slow motion hitting that magic button. We're the clip. Fell out of the bottom and then shooting sideways with a gun. How the ninety degree angle. I look up to you man. You don't blame yourself i to myself. Because how could. I face seventy two k bangers and every bullet mississippi and takes out a filipino mailman. A woman in a bakery across the street report kid applying. It see a as an intern.

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Embiid has 39, powers 76ers past Nets in overtime, 112-104

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Embiid has 39, powers 76ers past Nets in overtime, 112-104

"The seventy Sixers got a pair of free throws from drawl and beat at the end of regulation and key baskets by Albert Brooks in the overtime for a one twelve one oh four win over the nets broke the news that ain't nothing run taken a one on one ninety five lead the Sixers battled back and tied the game when it be three throws works was acquired by Philadelphia at the trade deadline okay the six is the lead with a three point play and file with a jumper for a one ten one oh four leave Brooks at five points in the overtime he finished with nineteen I'm a maybe a good of opportunities under that we all want things a great team and beat had thirty nine Charice low overhead twenty five for the nets Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Joker review: Love it or hate it

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

Joker review: Love it or hate it

"Of film that did really hot though that would be joker and it is polarizing films of the year it is true a love it or hate it type of film and I'm finding myself on the ladder side of that Ledger I went into this folks expecting that it's going to be where the best films of the year and I couldn't wait for it and I love the fact that clearly taught phelps is paying them is to score says and had said that taxi driver in comedy ric huge references and reference points for him but as I tweeted in my review I said tops pays homage and Aaron Charles is a good guys a loyal listener the podcast he immediately corrected me the tweets that have paid them is it's a derivative I'm like that's true tops is no Martin Scorsese he's making taxi driver King Comedy Without the Intelligence in the witch and the subtlety now the story is supposed to be this forever alone in a crowd failed comedian Arthur fleck seeks connections he walks the streets of Gotham city Arthur wars to masks the one he pays for his day job as a clown and the guys he x any futile attempt to feel like he's part of the world around him isolated bullied and disregarded by society flack begins a slow descent into madness as he transformed into the criminal mastermind known as the joker sounds great but it's not the first thirty minutes or so I enjoyed because I could appreciate Lawrence share the director of photography clearly again paying monster Scorsese's taxi driver literally adult movie theater they show in the early minutes you see the garbage piling up feels like they're trying to evoke the taxi driver of the seventies but you know taxi driver even though it's a very dark film and it's an urban nightmare there's still moments of Levity Q. Albert Brooks who is hilarious in the movie documents stool pigeons there's still romance you know when score says he was feted by the Afi with a lifetime achievement award Julia Roberts introduced a clip and it's a wonderful clip where Travis has I picking up betsy and it shows you know for a guy who doesn't always get a claim for having a playful touch it's a really sweet scene and the way that Travis picks her up he says you know I think it was beautiful whoa ever seen and he says when he's going to pick her up and she'll be on time and I'm sure you will and it's a really nice scene and your member of the fact that Travis has a Mohawk and ends up gunning down a bunch of thugs moments like that and it's you know there's a glimmer of upside there's none of that era joker it is a relentlessly bleak thoroughly unpleasant film experience you know comedy has great humor in the movie I mean it's a really funny movie within the fact that Rupert Pumpkin is a guy who is a very painful isolated self-loathing character but it's still really funny I mean the fact he's so obsessed with Jerry Lewis talk show hosts that eventually feels compelled to kidnap him there's a dark undercurrent always but there's some big time lapse in the way that rupert is just so delusional in this film though there's none of that I mean it is just a painful experience it's about as subtle as a sledgehammer to the Groin and even though Joaquin Phoenix is getting Oscar buzz and and I do is an excellent actor I think the performance owes a little bit to his character into the master Kinda feel like it's a you know he's almost Pankaj to that character and listen he's a talented guy it's also always performance at the Oscars love I mean they love these showy flamboyant performances he's got a bunch of ticks the over laughing it's very flamboyant it's not today it's bad acting is pointing out that the Oscars love this kind of stuff so I don't even know if he deserves a best actor nomination but I can guarantee you we'll get nominated for one and he's certainly an intense actor and gave it two and a half maple leafs that was right after the movie the more I've thought about it I'm giving it only two maple leafs like I said it's just too derivative and just to pleasurable of film experience and there's obviously but other conversations about it people are mentioning is it a commentary mental illness and the fact that mentally ill people are being ignored is it a film it's inciting violence a natural born killers which I thought a lot actually watching them which I think is an excellent movie and I liked a lot Owen gleiberman right favourite film critics he championed natural born killers and unfortunately for me he's actually repeating jokers well though he next article which he said everyone is very polarized by being the was polarize similar decades said people either loving or hating it made a ton of money doc tober opening ever in terms of rotten tomatoes in this won best picture at the Venice Film Festival the Golden Line which means it could be an Oscar contender but even a good article from hr it's got fiber he was saying that some voters have said I don't know whether to give it every Oscar or to give it a Razzie like that's that's exactly the way we're looking at with this film because is so polarizing and people are just walking out there arguing about immediately in terms of rotten tomatoes sixty percent is the average above that is above average below that is below average Chris only sixty nine percent but audiences liked it they gave it a ninety percent so ultimately it was not a film for me it's not a film I would recommend Joe I don't know if you saw it but the floor is yours what say you I and I was Gonna go see it until you told me just how bleak and pleasurable it was and I was GonNa see last night and I thought I don't really need to if it's just GonNa be that dark I'm sure walking Phoenix is really really good in it but if it's just someone falling down a staircase in slow motion for two hours I'm just like I I got my the baseball team to do that I don't need to watch that in the cinema for two hours absolutely right you I mean there's just nothing as I said you think of a dark movie you love this year's big movie lovers I'm that there's still moments of levity there are still moments of light amidst the darkness and the comedy of the film is making this isn't that this is just Oh he's laughed at ridiculed he punched he finally acts out his violent urges and feel some sort of release and that causes them to do more. 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"albert brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We are thrilled to have Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute at least for a little while longer. He's he's leaving the organization that he started. And he's going to become a professor at Harvard. Welcome to the program. They keep Glenn to see you to see you. So we have to start with a very longtime lie we've been living. What is a student? I both have very difficult time. And we just for our friendship sake. We want this. Okay. Okay. Let's get this fixed. We both have the worst time. We call you Albert Brooks all the time. Hate it or a nightmare of your life. Yes. So two years ago. I was at sort of a camp thing for lots and lots of guys and we're all hanging around. And I looked at my left around a campfire. And there was sitting Albert Brooks. And and and I looked at him. And I said, you're Albert Brooks. They said what's your name is Arthur Brooks, I said, no, I said, yeah. And you know, what else? People have been calling me Albert Brooks since I was a kid. He's like ten years old. And I said since I was a kid because you're so famous, and he looks at me doesn't crack a smile and says imagine how Adam Hitler felt. So we call you Albert. I've been here my whole life Hitler every time. We talk to you. We look at each other like, Arthur, Arthur, I know Arthur, Arthur, oh, it's terrible. Oh, I think just fine. He's funny. But like I like, I'm a huge fan of his movies. I don't know why. No, Albert, Einstein is his real name shut up. I'm kidding. I'm not kidding. You. It's Albert you're kidding. You're not kidding problems. I'm not kidding. What happened is he changed it to Albert Brooks? Because you you're not going to go into show business. They've albert. You should change your name, Albert Einstein. I should say my arthritis. People will. All right. So Arthur, you have a new documentary out, and I have seen. It is really good. Really good. Thank you are. You know, we were talking the other day about Buddha judge, and he is the the he's playing the nice guy. Right. He may be a nice guy. I don't know anything about him other than you know, what you read about any seems like a really nice normal guy guy comes out and says, yeah, I'm gay, and you know, what I also eat chick fillet, and I like it, right? And it's it's a guy who's coming out. Now and saying, you know, I I don't hate everybody. You're supposed to hand that's fighting fire with water, but and that usually works it generally does particularly after a period of of hate polarization. The the reason that that actually can work right now is because ninety three percent of Americans say they hate how divided we becomes a country and every single person listening to us right now love somebody with whom they disagree politically. But there's a class that's getting rich and powerful and famous largely in politics and in media on campuses saying you gotta hate people who do you disagree with their deviant? They're stupid, they're evil and in our hearts, we know that's wrong. You know, in this movie, you talked about in the pursuit this movie. We sit down with people who call themselves democratic socialists. They're awesome people the great people that they love their filament and women, I have different policy ideas. I think I have better ways to get their objectives. But they're Jek gives aren't wrong. Wrong and most people know that. And so Pete put a judge in a few other people are actually going to are. They're trying to their rage against the contempt machine in this country by saying you want something better the product is crummy. I'm gonna give it to you. We'll win. We'll see will it even get past the people who are making an awful lot of money on the contend outrage complex. Yeah. Yeah. We don't know. Here's a here's a clip.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"I let them leave the message, and he left me an impression of Alpa chino in the movie platoon. If Tom baron just part was played by Pacino. So fucking funny. And I just heard it, and I laughed my balls off. And that's what a friend like that does to you. It's priceless. I bring up that ship. Because there's a reason I love comedy so much good comedy comes from pain. It comes from struggle. Very few rich kids. Grow up to be funny comics, the reason why Albert Brooks and super Dave Osborne for such funny brothers stems from a very sad incident. And my father told me about this incident when I was a kid because he was there. He saw it. He went with buddy Hackett, and as I got older he would tell me there was so many laughs that night he came home and his jaw actually her the day. It was November twenty four th there was sixty years ago last month, the father of Albert Brooks, and Dave Osborne was a comedian named Harry Einstein. And you never heard of them. But this guy's performing at a friar's club roast of Lucille ball and Desi arnez, and the toast master was art linkletter, so Harry, Einstein was known for his character pocket. Carcass on the Eddie cantor show now really going back. Okay. But he delivered a routine that night that was mild by today's standards, but back then it was a riot and a room full of the season pros all fell over laughing as they say he killed. As art lake later took back the podium. He said to the crowd every time everytime, Harry finishes. I asked myself. Why isn't he on prime time? Tv and Stein, turn to Milton Berle who was cheated next at the day as and said how come two seconds after that he slumped over in his seat and rested, his head on Milton Berle shoulder and after a few seconds. It was obvious. He wasn't resting so Milton Berle puts his head down to table rest. Harry's head down the table and linkletter gets to the Mike and ask if anybody has any nitroglycerine tablets, which back them very popular to to to stop heart problems or stop a heart attack. Frankly. In fact, Einstein had them in his jacket pocket but half the room got up and shook little bottles of their pills. And they tried to open his mouth to slip the pill under his tongue. But his teeth clenched so hard, and so type it was impossible. So they watched him die in front of him. And he died right there on his seat on the dais and his horrifying is that is you can see in the last few moments of his life. It was apparent that anger and tragedy made him a great comet turning to Milton Berle and basically asking him. Yeah. Why why are now on prime time? This something to that, man. There's pain there. And then if you're Albert Brooks, Bob, Einstein is there a worse. Bit of pain that God could drop in your lap to see your father kill and then died. If you think that had nothing to do with their brilliant careers. You're either crazy or you don't know comedy. Anyhow, I put up a picture the day of. Recently finished batch of Boston Deka, which for you, many gones is pasta with lentils. Which is something a talion. But I think more than talons like to make on the new year, we even make it New Year's Eve night because we like to start the new year eating lentils. Because we say it's for prosperity. Maybe I shouldn't say we maybe a lot of nationalities do that. But I only grow up her here in Italian. Did it still little fuck? The wino- matter of fact, every time a lot of times in days, we go to a wedding at the wedding ran late after the Vienna's Allah. Sometimes they would serve us a Bulla lentils after midnight. So the marriage for go on to be very prosperous marriage Bubba, so I put this picture of a nice batch of recently finished or just finished Boston Deka. And by the way, bustling Deka is like pasta Zia, which is pasta with peace peas and onions to dishes. You will never find. Restaurant. But if I owned a restaurant, I'd put them on the table for eighteen dollars a head, and you wouldn't stop buying even as an appetizer. You can do start making eleven twelve dollar bottle twelve dollar bowl of soup on telling you, cheap the whole bowl coast about dollar fifty..

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Curb your enthusiasm has died at age seventy six from cancer. Einstein won Emmys for his writing for the smothers brothers Steve Martin, Pat Paulsen and for his work on Sonny and share and Dick Van Dyke variety show is younger brother is actor director Albert Brooks. He tweeted to his lost sibling, you will be missed forever. Actor Kevin Spacey is facing a felony charge in a sexual assault case in Rhode Island. This public accusation came last year from TV news anchor in then docket who said her then teenage. Son had been a constant by Spacey in a local bar Spacey. Apologized at the time and said he was seeking treatment while denying another separate accusation of sexual misconduct from a man who was fourteen when he says Spacey accosted him Spacey is also under investigation for similar complaints. In London, Los Angeles complaint won't be pursued further, but it was another accusation when the Rhode Island charge against Spacey was announced Spacey posted a bizarre video in character as Frank Underwood from house of cards the show from which he was fired when multiple allegations surfaced Spacey's last movie may just one hundred twenty six dollars on its opening night. He's been ordered to appear in court for arraignment on Monday aquaman is the top movie in North America for the second straight week with another fifty two million dollars this past weekend. Mary Poppins returned was second. With twenty eight million Bumblebee is third and into the spider. Verse is third. To see previews find a theater near you. And it showed times or the buy tickets. Please click through my fandango link at buzz, Burbank dot com. And now Christmas stories commuters in Utah..

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"albert brooks" Discussed on X96

X96

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on X96

"Between me and the man and the crane don't do anything until I say go what they're going to try to do is crush me with an eleven ton metal. He was a that. Character was a stunt guy. And his stunts always went Einstein's younger brother after director. Albert Brooks tweeted today, arrested piece, my dear brother, Bob Einstein. Now, why did Albert Brooks changes name to Albert Brooks? Because his name was Albert Einstein would his parents do that because they named him after a genius. They were they they loved Albert Einstein. So so Bob. There was a super Dave cartoon on Saturday morning. I didn't know that. There was a super Dave Osborne cartoon, which was funny because that sketch came from a show on Showtime called bazaar, which always featured nude women and raunchy stuff. John Byner hosts John Bon started in Canada. John Byner was a Canadian comedian a very good comedian and Bob also worked up in Canada quite a bit. He had a very beloved TV series up there that I can't remember the name of. But the scene that was going around and social media. Most of all was in for modern romance, which is Albert Brooks movie genius movie. Very good where Bob works in a running store, and I was gonna play that. But all of the stuff that he's doing is so visually subtle that. It just didn't play well on the radio, but you can tweet it out and look for that seen go look for that. It's very won his first EMMY as a writer for the smothers brothers comedy hour in the sixties a groundbreaking TV. Show that he's probably available on YouTube. No, yeah. If you go look at some old, smothers brothers comedy hour shows brilliant comedy. Got censored. Yeah. They got thrown off TV many times. But here's a bit that almost almost landed. Bob Einstein in at the supreme court. It almost went all the way to the supreme court. He was sued by the polish defamation defamation league. He went on television. And he did it just very straight face. He claimed to be the president of the polish defamation league. And he said, I am suing people who tell polish jokes. And then he went on he proceeded to start. He said he was the president. And he then he proceeded to tell all of these polish jokes. And then he would tell this. And that was. He said why why people find that? I don't find anything funny about that. At all. Another polish Joe and another and another. And. It was just absolutely, bro. You could tell the Jerry Seinfeld loved Bob because he was on comedians cars getting coffee twice. He was. He was just. I was going to go now with Daryl dragon, but this is gonna take a long time. Well, we I think we need to talk about not just Daryl dragon, but the dead pool in general, pretty indepth. Let me just say that Gerald dragon. Captain of captain Antonio died at the age of seventy six. There's a.

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Super Dave Osborne and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Actor, Bob Einstein, Dies At 76

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00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Super Dave Osborne and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Actor, Bob Einstein, Dies At 76

"Super, Dave Osborne comic actor and writer. Bob. Einstein has died at age seventy six achieved the most notoriety playing super Dave Osborne that dimwitted celebrity stunt man who stunts always ended in disaster. Most recently he played Larry David's friend Marty Funkhouser on curb your enthusiasm. I'm sorry unsought loses. Weinstein's brother actor and comic. Albert Brooks called him a brilliantly funny, man.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Like five years was due. It wasn't. Oh, we've been doing this for seven months. Why are we still new and he said, well people just finding us just catching us. Seriously went for like two years new I worked at the new wave one. Oh, five for two years. I think this is a good if you can sell if you can police yourself. You should stop saying happy new year whenever you finally stop mistakenly writing the old year in your checkbook or on the piece of paper. Once you start doing twenty nineteen and it's an automatic response. When you're writing the date, then you're in. That's when you know, it's no longer a new year stop saying new years, right? You know, we just we just did kind of a Seinfeld dish, Barry, David unbeknownst. Maybe I was inspired because I'm looking at a at a celebrity death. It just happened today. That's upsetting to me Bob ice Stein died if you don't own the name, Bob, Einstein, you probably know super, Dave Osborne. Seventy six years old. He was one of the characters on curb your enthusiasm with Larry David Marty. Funkhouser great character and. Also, you may not know this. But Bob, Einstein is Albert Brooks is older, brother. Did he make Einstein bagels though? He did not not really did. Not know did not you want to explain to Garrett who Albert Brooks is. Now, you do however rooks is right, please. Tell me, you know, who he is. Because if not your off the shelf, he start Brooks brothers. Oh god. Please. He's just he's just one of the patron saints of comedy. Yeah. You need to know. At least who's on my mount Rushmore. That's all we did talk about that. And I completely forgot every single one of them. Yeah. Well, I put album Brookside their Carlin Robert Klein and prior those are the big four for me. I will have to watch the give me the best of all I've Carlin, I know carlin's on mine the other three I'm not really sure. So if you want send me like a greatest hits of them, and I'll I'll watch them. All okay. Well, we played. I don't know if we played it. But I showed you the Albert Brooks ventriloquist bit..

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"albert brooks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:56 min | 2 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Four in Merrillville, Indiana and downtown along the lakefront, thirty six degrees. I'm Don Clinton in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live. Whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Wednesday continue continues Wednesday, which again is turned into TV theme show Wednesday. Eight four seven area code requesting. The golden girls theme song. So there you go. That's one of those classic. That's a classic one Goldstein. Thank you. Fran. Welcome back. Everybody ethnic to Gilio here. Live in the AllState skylines studio. We're here till five AM the opening bell at five. Justin Kaufman is in for Steve. Cochran this morning at six three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talk and text. If you want to jump in here, we're going to talk about the the funniest sitcom characters of all time, the TV's funniest characters because of the passing of penny Marshall, I would choose Laverne defazio is one of the funniest characters that I remember and yes, a penny Marshall passed away, and we were remembering her and her life. And I want to mention one more thing before we get into just the the sitcom the funniest sitcom characters all over the place and get to your phone calls and your texts at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred on that topic one more appearance that penny Marshall made I want to mention. Albert Brooks made a movie that unfortunately, not a lotta people saw it's looking for comedy in the Muslim world. He made it about ten years ago. You know, ten eleven years ago, and like, you know, most and almost all of Albert Brooks, his movies, it's brilliant. And it's absolutely hilarious and worth seeing the movie came out it came and went nobody wants to see it. But I think it's I think it's one of the best movies Albert Brooks is made and. Penny. Marshall penny Marshall has an appearance the beginning of the movie, she plays herself. Albert Brooks comes in who plays himself. He plays Albert Brooks. He comes in and. Wants to be considered for the remake. That penny Marshall is making of the classic Jimmy Stewart movie about the invisible. Rabbit harvey. And she's only in one scene, depending Marshall is only one in the very beginning of the film. And it's hysterical. It's it's she is absolutely hilarious in this. And I personally just in general, I think more people should see looking for comedy in the Muslim world just in general. But if you want to look back at something that penny Marshall did that you might not have known about. That's really really funny checkout looking for comedy in the Muslim world. And this I seen that she's in. Where she cannot hide her disdain for Albert Brooks. Like, it's she can't stand. She can't stand him doesn't want him for for the movie, and it is this really really hilarious sort of tension filled scene where. It's so clear that penny. Marshall cannot stand elbow Brooks and barely hide her hatred and disdain for this guy. It's a hilarious scene. It really is hilarious and penny. Marshall just knock it out of the park. She's only in one scene at the beginning of the movie. But trust me, if you just watch the one seen in the beginning of the movie, you will watch the rest of the movie because looking for comedy in the Muslim world is brilliant and hilarious and everybody should see it. But I just wanted to mention this this appearance that she made in this movie because nobody saw the movie nobody saw the movie, and it was I think, you know, she hadn't appeared in a bunch of stuff at that time bikes still like to see her in that movie was like, oh, my God, look Marshall, she hadn't she hasn't been in the public eye for a long time at that point like her last movie was I think seven years before that has a director, and I wasn't making a ton of appearances in other things. And then all of a sudden, here's this really brilliant hilarious scene where she's playing herself just kind of. Ripping apart Albert Brooks. It's great at any time. Albert brooks. And that's part of the that's part of the great humor of Albert Brooks. Is that you know, he gets ripped apart a lot in his comedy. You know, I it's it's very self deprecating. Deprecate deprecate. And so yeah. So anyway, you should check it out. It's a looking for comedy in the Muslim world and penny Marshall's. Her appearance in that at the at the beginning is just brilliant. So all right. Funniest TV characters of all time. What do you guys think? Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred sitcom characters funniest characters ever three one two nine eight one seven two hundred because I think Laverne defazio is one of them played brilliantly by penny Marshall. Dan. Did you have one pop into your head? As one of your favorites. I know there are there are ton of them. And we'll get to all you know, in kind of along that line. I couldn't pick one from this show, but it's one of my favorite shows. And there's basically every episode one of these characters makes me laugh out loud, which hasn't happened much anymore. And that's the cast of Brooklyn line nine, man. So you can take any one of those characters right? You're right, usually, it's Andre brower. But, you know, sometimes it's, you know, Terry crews Sandberg. Chelsea peretti. Yes. And and yeah, I mean, it's just a January tenth. It comes back comes back on NBC. Thank you NBC. Yes. For picking it up. Yes. Could after FOX cancelled it that's brilliantly funny show. Absolutely. I mean and consistently funny like every week. It is laugh out loud funny. And and. Yeah. No, I'm with you on that. I mean, I I don't know. That's that's the sign of a good show. Right. Where it's like. I can't really single out. But it's a sign of a good of a really great cast an ensemble like a true ensemble. There is not one week Lincoln that cast everybody is funny on that show. Everybody an old Chelsea pretties. Just something about that character. Right. She may out just for me. She's definitely got the choices lie of out of everybody. Yeah. And she's you know, the the most snarky of anybody on the show. I mean, the thing about Andre brower on that show on Brooklyn nine nine is he brilliantly plays it straight. That's the best thing. What no no pun intended because he's gay on the show. But but he he plays. It really does not play the comedy at all. And that's that's why it works. So well is that you take you, you know, he'd he plays it very seriously and very rarely has like sort of laugh lines or any kind of wacky nece in. That's his his stoicism is one of the reasons why everything he does on that show is funny. I love that show. I'm so glad it's coming back January remark. I wonder if we're going to talk with Dan tomorrow Feinberg, I wonder if you've seen any of the new the new season. So good question. Yeah. We'll have to find out tomorrow. We talked to Dan Fienberg. All right. Well, I, you know. Like like Brooklyn nine nine, Dan. I like pretty much all the characters all the characters on the show on this show that I mentioned. But of course, it's it. I I have to go with George Costanza. On seinfeld. George Costanza one of the funniest characters and one of the best a TV characters of all time. I just everything. It'd be in the first. Okay. Wait, let me just specify this that show was on for eight seasons for about six and a half seasons. George Costanza was great. And then they made him a raving lunatic. During the especially the last season. And I've mentioned this before that the dealership the auto dealership episode where Costanza goes nuts because somebody stole his his Twix candy bar. He's a raving lunatic in that in that episode, and it was consistently on that level of really like loud annoying. Not nearly as funny as Costanza was earlier. They have him listed here. He's dumb. He's balding. And he has nothing going for him. He's the kind of character America loves to root for more importantly, his misfortune is fun to laugh at and that's that's basically, that's George Costanza in a. In a nutshell. And and and you know, I've mentioned before my favorite my favorite episode of Seinfeld of all time is the opposite. Which is the one where George decides that you know, every instinct that he has is bad. So he's going to do the opposite. And suddenly he becomes successful. And. It is it is. It's a brilliant episode. And it's it is it sums up the Costanza character perfectly. I mean, absolutely perfectly. And if you are a fan. Particularly of of of George Costanza on Seinfeld as a Seinfeld fan in general. But if you like if castanza's your favorite character, then the opposite has got to be it's a treat for all of the all the people who love George Costanza. I just li- love that is my favorite. That's also the episode where George becomes successful. He gets the job with the Yankees. Jerry is even Steven he just evens out all the time. Julia dreyfuss. This is Elaine is is she's switching with with George and becoming unsuccessful. So her is is on the downturn. And then Kramer, does the press to her for his coffee table book. And that's when he's on Regis and Kelly or Kathy Lee, and he spits the coffee all over the place. That's all in one episode. All of that stuff is in one episode. But yeah. Costanza the fruit when someone says funniest TV characters of all time, George Costanza, I character that pops into my head. So and there are there are I mean, obviously, there are ten more who would you pick? If you had to pick one character. From the Simpsons the Simpsons in their heyday, which character from the Simpsons would you pick? Is there is there one that you would pick them? I think I gotta go Homer. Maybe when I was younger, it would have been Bart. Yeah. The looking back in the totality the ones that. I quote, the most are Homer lines. Yeah. And the thing the thing about that is when the show first started was all about part. He was on the t shirts everywhere. It was cowabunga don't have a cow. You know that all of that stuff? And so the character that that really broke out big time was Bart. And the show was kind of about bark. But then as the writers began to explore more the show. Clearly, the main characters Homer, there's there's there's no question about of the Simpsons. There's so many great characters on the Simpsons, though of the Simpsons Homer's my favorite Simpson. Although I like Lisa a lot. I think Lisa's great. My favorite thing about Lisa. You know, what I love about Lisa? Let's she laughs at gene scratching, and she's a character written to not laugh at that kind of stuff. You know what I mean? 'cause 'cause Lisa's the smart one, and she's the one it's highly intellectual and above everything that's happening in the family. But the fact that she laughs at it, gene, scratchy. And that's the stupidest thing in the world and she laughs at it. And that's my favorite my most endearing L, my most endearing characteristic of Lisa Simpson is that she actually laughs her azoff at achieve scratchy. And I just love that about her. But of the other the Springfield. Ralph is my Ralph is my favorite Ralph. Ralph is my favorite. I just I liar. I live everything. I love the voice. I just think that's. Speculation have you know, these these conspiracy sort of internet things that that Wiggham is not really as dad have you heard about this now that he looks like oh, God, what's the carrot? Ralph looks like a different cop. He looks like one of the other. He looks like one of the other one hundred Springfield cops. And there's all these conspiracy. All these goof-balls on the internet who like I don't think Ralph is is really is really a I don't think chief Wiggham is really Ralph's father. They think they think that that his mother had an affair with one of his one of the other cops on the Springfield forks because Ralph doesn't look anything like chief Wiggham. I don't know who it is. I don't know. But.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"This sounds like the biggest thing that's happened in any of our CDs ova please just twenty five more vocab boards God. Okay. So our next vocab word is inter missive courses, and that's just the name of those classes that we take in between lives where we analyze the lives. We've just let and we learned important lessons and set our goals for the next defending your life. Yes. And this time I can fully agree because I have seen it now. Oh, did we talk about this before? Apparently you brought it up once and I said, oh yeah, great movie. And then we brought it up again. And I said, I've never seen it. I was confused and was thinking of something else the first time. But then after a listener called me out, I did go watch it. And so now I know occupant is a great movie. Great movie Albert Brooks anyway, Meryl Streep and rip torn correct. Robotization that's when you become robotic everybody. You become a slave to the stuff you like TV social media culture, whatever. You're just not questioning anymore. You're like a robot. Man. Just as people sit on their couches and watch downton abbey all day long. I think the mutation was that most of us fall prey to this sometimes right and choosing even those of us who've been studying this for a long time. We can fall prey to this as well, but for mere moments. Whereas some people live their whole lives as these robots. Oh, yeah. And then gun lady, which is what I came to call the woman who asked about defense. Okay. She said, well, what about all those cultures that won't evolve? And I'm like, oh, no. And she says, and what about all the race is attached to the cultures that won't evolve. Examining now, I don't think Maria totally heard all of the question. I think she went into Berea mode where she's just agreeing and nodding your head. Exactly, exactly. But she said, you know, you got a question, whatever you're born into. I don't think she Cobb. He underlying racism. Again, ladies. Question politician. She'll find the piece of the question that she wants to speak to to that. Yeah, which to be fair is what they teach you in media training to do? Yes, exactly. Yes. So the the law of least effort we learn is kind of enter half of resistance. And she said there are shortcuts to Evelyn, but they need to be smart ones. Yeah, says, keep trying. Keep questioning. Don't just put in the least effort, but you can. She also told us that she used to live in London in her past lives, and that's why she's such an anglophile. I'm accents after law of least effort. Mccully said. So why did you use the word law when you're just basically talking about laziness. Basically, it sounds better. Yeah, I wrote my notes. There was no good answer, but much discussion. There's a particularly long non-answer we learn about immaturity and that's when we sell ourselves short. This was all under robotization immaturity. I think we covered also in CDP three and we talked about intra physical melancholy. That's when you're not headed toward your life plan in your fucking bummed out about it. Right. And then you've got your extra physical melancholy and that's when you have regret even in the afterlife over not doing what you meant to do in your last life in k next we have the inter physical euphoria. That's what we want to reach. That's where you just feel great. When you're older, I think of Dick Van Dyke or you're like, I've used my life in the best way that I could have. I'm proud of myself. The rest is just bonus living life, but it's full as by the way. Everybody go read Dick Van Dyke two bucks, keep moving and my lucky life and show business there so good. And you have to borrow those from you. Okay. You guessed it. You've been waiting for it extra. Loria the feeling of pride or happiness for your last a life. Cloud,.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Uh let's talk about it can we talk about syrups yeah whatever you want yeah please a huge steven weber and craig dargo also both been on the show big fans of both do you enjoy the the filmmaking because look televisions riders medium you're kind of in charge of everything the way that of directors in charge of everything on a movie they're not that vastly different jobs in were in on paper what was your experience in terms of the difference um i had to be involved with the cameras a lot more sugar you know and setting up shots and things like that things i have no interesting yeah well you know what but berenson's the same where you get an amazing dp right who knows everything to a level of g s and awards and you say you're my guy i don't need to know would have fifty years yeah i mean i i i don't know anything about that stuff i liked blocking scenes i liked to her directing actors right but i don't think that i am a mr visual well you know it was a name we were going to give you and i remember uh some somebody said to me uh it worked on albert brooks has mowbray bradley said to me uh albert shoot very simply beal i got all care of what albert well woody allen sort of taught many people lead comedy plays best in the twoshot um seems to be kinda by the book i'm not certain he wrote the book on it but um simplicity seems to be one of the i i don't think i mean i don't like if i'm watching accommodating i i especially notice the direction yeah yeah i don't want to notice it yeah i wanted to follow the story the same way that the camera works in on the color of money on the on the cueball zia you don't want the comedy.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Uh let's talk about it can we talk about syrups yeah whatever you want yeah please a huge steven weber and craig dargo also both been on the show big fans of both do you enjoy the the filmmaking because look televisions riders medium you're kind of in charge of everything the way that of directors in charge of everything on a movie they're not that vastly different jobs in were in on paper what was your experience in terms of the difference um i had to be involved with the cameras a lot more sugar you know and setting up shots and things like that things i have no interesting yeah well you know what but berenson's the same where you get an amazing dp right who knows everything to a level of g s and awards and you say you're my guy i don't need to know would have fifty years yeah i mean i i i don't know anything about that stuff i liked blocking scenes i liked to her directing actors right but i don't think that i am a mr visual well you know it was a name we were going to give you and i remember uh some somebody said to me uh it worked on albert brooks has mowbray bradley said to me uh albert shoot very simply beal i got all care of what albert well woody allen sort of taught many people lead comedy plays best in the twoshot um seems to be kinda by the book i'm not certain he wrote the book on it but um simplicity seems to be one of the i i don't think i mean i don't like if i'm watching accommodating i i especially notice the direction yeah yeah i don't want to notice it yeah i wanted to follow the story the same way that the camera works in on the color of money on the on the cueball zia you don't want the comedy.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Uh let's talk about it can we talk about syrups yeah whatever you want yeah please a huge steven weber and craig dargo also both been on the show big fans of both do you enjoy the the filmmaking because look televisions riders medium you're kind of in charge of everything the way that of directors in charge of everything on a movie they're not that vastly different jobs in were in on paper what was your experience in terms of the difference um i had to be involved with the cameras a lot more sugar you know and setting up shots and things like that things i have no interesting yeah well you know what but berenson's the same where you get an amazing dp right who knows everything to a level of g s and awards and you say you're my guy i don't need to know would have fifty years yeah i mean i i i don't know anything about that stuff i liked blocking scenes i liked to her directing actors right but i don't think that i am a mr visual well you know it was a name we were going to give you and i remember uh some somebody said to me uh it worked on albert brooks has mowbray bradley said to me uh albert shoot very simply beal i got all care of what albert well woody allen sort of taught many people lead comedy plays best in the twoshot um seems to be kinda by the book i'm not certain he wrote the book on it but um simplicity seems to be one of the i i don't think i mean i don't like if i'm watching accommodating i i especially notice the direction yeah yeah i don't want to notice it yeah i wanted to follow the story the same way that the camera works in on the color of money on the on the cueball zia you don't want the comedy.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You thought of a long time ago you talk about us of really they do and you talk about the edginess of the writers and the people you brought on the show some looking and you know the writers and regular performed steve martin done the velo rob reiner tadpoles and of course uh albert brooks and then you win outside that typical variety show box in introduced audiences to musical acts that other variety shows would never touch george harrison buffalo springfield casts elliott uh the doors glenn campbell of course peterpaul mary ringo simon garfunkle the who i mean that was that it was earned great that was obtained cool show i go tell you also have to juilliard string quartet sh and we a gia member jackie o leonard yeah oh yeah yeah he was like a don rickles john wrote that that's not there's there's different john originally and insult or thanks he was a good jewish comic throw you a little car onto the big heavy at guess what we had of do on our show he saying mbela currently sean uh fool on the hill and they're the key this is you're crazy he's a comic give macomb bite him to his comedy stuffed no it was a melancholy sh introspective song that nobody expect yeah you know what i was i was watching that the cnn thing the other day history a com how many cog is a great all those films i never knew that airplane which is the best proof or whatever you would look out of all time was shot frame for frame in the almost dialogue for dialogue is set up zero air some airplane trauma that was serious right right right when when they said certain lines within that serious format deliver serious it was how larry us and so unexpected and i think we kept doing a few unexpected things on a on a just a a normal framework of a show singers dancers a major a star uh may be too you know and that's how you promoted your movie near records and all that stuff and cbs would say you have uh the uh at the arbor and the good bore yup entourage the other out yes uh april divorce and promote greenacres you know he the you'd have to serve a.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Wrote um then of course when albert brooks kills shannon and uh that was the worst one man yeah so let's his wrist and then that women's had literally gets blown to bits all right right right yeah a andric's yeah so what do you guys make of this very deliberate decision i mean is it just more of him as just kind of selling the point in a very over very overt way of him being the scorpion um and and how does this connect to his you know i the old one of the only other ref in movies i've seen as bronson which is literally about a guy who is like a violence performance artist and um i was wondering is there an element of glorifying violence here because vile and i don't mean that in like oh the movies doing a slight an an a social disservice or anything but i'm just wondering if there's that kind of fetish his fetishes ation of the fact that violence canned trends former situation or um transform people's lives or people's uh dispositions while i think it's two things will uh kind of cynically like one one i think is just ref and be like well mankind's nature is super violent eating in the end of story period and then another is ref in just been like of the solar cool held that's of course of course that's an element of it right right but i that's a big now that the horn of wring out important to bring i gotta take um if we step back from the film itself and we see that the climate of films at the time and if we use their analogy of the scorpion in the frog you could see the set up for this film being a frog a fast and furious movie for people to come expecting an action flick and then dead joe joe public gets the scorpion with all this violence as opposed the car explosion to getting christina hendricks expose in so they are fucking with object i think it just can't let the the yeah yeah now in an old pop in way and what did you expect 'cause i as just part of.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"I'm in production of the man show great i'm doing love line a making money i'm busiest yet i don't i could make it a personal war radio plant for four hundred bucks and they count on that that's what such of course they count centurylink not only counts on that but then if you try to reverse it on the credit card or anything like that then they reported to the credit bureau so they ruin your credit event a two jock around with your service you can never get your they've got a virtual monopoly in whatever community they are so it's this it's almost like the mob it's it's live that's how they operate i would i would i swear this sounds like a reach but it's not there is a funny albert brooks movie called defending your life which i really enjoyed but there is a scene where he rounded out a kid he went to school with and there were kind of reviewing its life and what a coward he was and it's a very great it's a great movie the great thing but he said i had to radum out and and and somebody said why like as an adult in now when you are ten whoa eleven why do you have to right amount and he said my father threaten to take away the tv and it's a drug that's all i ha like like and i realize if you said to me to eat it like you can say in in in the court of law certain things you know cigarettes are physically addictive that did they are you can make that argument you can make the argument for alcoholism and in many other drugs in things you imbibing study of you you we have a might have a hard time saying this guy's uh this guy's addicted to smooth jazz her something like that but you could you could save for heroin got smooth jazz over here and he got heroin over there good luck with lewis jazz heroin no problem right tv is closer to heroin right like absolutely when all when they said to me.

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"albert brooks" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"albert brooks" Discussed on Filmspotting

"And that scene where you helps albert brooke and it's sort of like maybe the broadest comedy scene in the movie when our approaches sweating on the air but the tips that he gives albert brooks about like how to sit on the uh on your on the on the bottom of your jacket yeah i thought it was very very i know and yet albert brooks continues to hate him throughout the the entire film and since i think a lot of us zlotys members identify with him that makes us that's where that conflict comes from for sure right exactly yeah we're all albert book yeah you can't help it but at the same time we see some of those moments of nobility and william hurt okay i know you've got a packed schedule we got three more to get to hear so the other three movies it had a big influence on eu polka the before trilogy it i'm gonna put all of them in there before sunset before midnight i love the cheaper movie a year i have great kid gets one it's really lend piece yeah because it they're really great movies about two people getting to know each other at sort of the negotiation of how people reveal themselves to each other so those movies are just the way are structured is is really beautiful from the first one to to the last where you just sort of see how people will like revealed themselves and then expect the other person to reveal themselves and how you also are kind to dazzle from one as you're getting to know them so you clearly going to your story is that you know our interesting are funny or cool and then how slowly that veneer falls away and you just are to people who really are comfortable being with each other and that sort of we try to copy some of bad for our middle or at least try to use as a guiding light like these do people they should feel like these are two people really getting to know each other and not just sort of not just that they're falling in laos because the music is telling us it on lily.

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